A board member for the Curtis R. Vance Foundation, Beth helps to raise money for ALS research, awareness, and for the families of ALS sufferers.
Beth admits that she does not wear any make-up in real life.
Active in many charities, Beth delivers food for the "Meals on Wheels" program.
Beth calls her mother her best friend and says she is "her light".
Beth was featured on the cover of the October 2002 issue of Woman's World.
Beth is the spokesperson for the Guiding Light Humanity Bracelet and has appeared on the QVC shopping channel several times to help promote it.
Beth says that one of her first acting teachers told her she had no talent and that she should get out of the business.
In 1997 Beth made several television commercials, including for Curel, Sunny Delight, and Maalox.
When Beth first joined the cast of Guiding Light her character, Beth Raines, was mute. She enjoyed playing the part that way because it gave her a chance to show off the skills she learned while taking sign classes.
Beth has appeared in productions of The Taming of the Shrew, Flowers for Algernon, and You Can't Take It With You.
Beth and her husband own a 1904 Colonial, which they completely renovated. The house was featured in an issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
Beth is an avid skier and takes every chance she can to jump on the slopes.
Beth says that she and her husband, Peter, had the "biggest fight of our lives" the night before they got married. She now believes fighting before the wedding is a good sign, especially since they have been married since 1994.
When she was first given a contract with Guiding Light, Beth says she spent the money on a "really fabulous apartment in New York City."
Beth: (on getting involved with Kettlebells) My goal is to create a community of women who are empowered, invigorated and in love … with themselves.
Beth: If I represent anything, it's that dreams really can come true. I'm living proof of it.
Beth: I have a tendency to be obsessive about my acting.
Beth: (on Gandhi) I read his biography years ago, and it's so fascinating to me that this man who was completely non-violent was able to create such a change in his country and the world.
Beth: (on how she spends her money) I'm not actually a big clothes horse anymore. If I want to spend money on something, I spend it on a piece of furniture that will last me for years, or improvements on my home. But for clothing that's going to be out next year, then forget it!
Beth: (on her wedding-related disaster) I'm in the middle of my vows and I feel a tap on my shoulder. I turn around and it's my maid of honor and she says, 'A bug just bit me on my leg and it's bleeding, look!' [laughs] I went, 'Uh, okay, I'll be right with you, I've got something else going on right here! I'm getting married! We'll deal with the bug after!'