Bonnie is represented professionally by Don Buchwald & Associates.
Bonnie likes dancing.
Bonnie enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and watching "junkie" television.
Bonnie has a fake paper sun hanging in her dressing room to give the illusion of outdoors since her dressing room has no windows. Her dressing room also features a rooster lamp, twinkly Christmas lights, and fake daisies.
Bonnie was named one of Soap's Hottest Newcomers of 2007 by Soap Opera Digest.
Bonnie appears in a television commercial for Dannon's DanActive.
Bonnie loves to bake, especially pies. Peach pie being the easiest and strawberry-rhubarb being the best tasting. She considers baking pies as being "her light".
Bonnie considers the time she appeared as an extra on Saturday Night Live as one of her favorite career moments.
Bonnie: I remember the first time I had to do [a kissing scene], I was biting my fingernails and chewing lots of gum. But it isn't all that bad.
Bonnie: (on her "Guiding Light" co-star Caitlin Van Zandt) We laugh a lot. We get kind of slap-happy. You can't do much when you're stuck in juvie! We get a little too giggly sometimes, but I'm having a great time with her.
Bonnie: (describing herself) I'm pretty boring, actually. I enjoy the smaller, calmer things. I have a few close friends and we see a lot of movies, go out to dinner and museums and galleries.
Bonnie: (On acting) I've never thought of it as work or a job. It's just enjoyable.
Bonnie: I've used words I didn't really know, that I've heard other people use in context, and I would repeat it. I couldn't define it for you, but I knew I was using it correctly!
Bonnie: I've kind of always had a thing for Hugh Grant. He's kind of dreamy. The British charm thing completely gets me.
Bonnie: (On her Guiding Light character, Daisy) She started out all bad and now slowly the curtains are being pulled away and you see that she's actually just kind of normal. She's actually a very insecure girl.
Bonnie: I really like science stuff. I just started reading the science section of The New York Times a few years ago and got really into it. My grandpa was a chemist and I really like chemistry... maybe it's something genetic. It fascinates me.