Beth's motto is: "Leap and the net will appear."
Beth is the only actress to be nominated in all 3 acting category for females at the Daytime Emmy Awards: Outstanding Younger Actress, Outstanding Supporting Actress, and Outstanding Lead Actress.
Beth was discovered at the age of 10 years old. She was acting in a church play at the time.
When Beth and her husband Matthew got married, she arrived at the ceremony in a limo owned by actress Sharon Stone.
Beth finds it very hard to watch herself on camera because she is so critical of everything she does.
In 1998, Beth received the Champion of Fine Arts Award from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's Western Connecticut Chapter.
Beth says her secret to looking and staying young is yoga.
Beth says she looks forward to learning something new every day.
While attending Syracuse University, in 1987, Beth landed the role of Harley Davidson Cooper on Guiding Light.
Beth appeared on the cover of Woman's World in February 2004 and was featured in the August 2005 issue of Inside TV.
In 1991 Beth was named a "Star of Tomorrow" by Entertainment Weekly magazine.
From 1993 to 1997 Beth worked as a production assistant on music videos and commercials in Los Angeles.
Beth says that she doesn't mind "stripping to her skivvies" in front of the camera, even after having children. She feels that you become more comfortable with your body the older you get.
Beth: I don't think it's fun to play somebody who is like you. I mean, what's the challenge in that?
Beth: (on her 3rd Emmy loss) Everyone's like, 'Oh, you probably didn't care when you lost the emmy because you had a newborn baby.' And I'm like, 'Are you kidding me?!' I had that kid in my arms at the hospital room and I was like, 'G*d damn it, I friggin' lost again!'
Beth: (on watching herself on screen) I watch and think, 'Oh my God, my hands are so big. Why do I use my hands so much?' Or, 'Oh my God, my hair looks terrible.' Or, 'Oh my God, that makes my butt look big.' I'm so critical of myself. I don't think I see myself accurately. I like myself when I'm just Mom at home with my kids and my husband. I feel very attractive. I walk into the studio and suddenly I'm overweight and unattractive and untalented.
Beth: (on her body) This is my instrument and I need to use this comfortably.
Beth: I was always a very stoic person. I'm not one to give in to tears easily. If I get a card, I'm like, 'Oh, that's nice,' then it goes in the garbage. When they found Elizabeth Smart I had to pull my car over because I started crying so hard. I have become very sentimental. That is a side of my personality that has not been in use for a long time.
Beth: (on doing a love scene) It's not about wanting to be sexy on camera. I don't want to feel inhibited because when Harley's with Gus, there's not three cameras behind her.
Beth: Having children has changed me. There's something profound about it. It's amazing how they become your every priority.
Beth: I wasn't really interested in being on a soap. And then, when I read the description of the character in the breakdown, I thought for sure I had no chance of getting it: Harley was described as being drop-dead gorgeous.