Gina has appeared on the cover of the following magazines:
Next (May 2008)
Maxim (October 2003)
Cigar Aficionado (October 1998)
Girlfriends (Jan-Feb 1997)
Gina appeared on Broadway in the following:
Playing Gabriella in Boeing-Boeing
Playing Sally Bowles in Cabaret
In September of 2007 Gina released a new CD, In Search of Cleo, a collection of songs telling the true story of the loss, search and recovery of her cat, Cleo.
Gina wrote a children's book entitled Camp Creepy Time with her brother Dan.
Gina loves cigars and was caught trying to smuggle cigars back to the United States from Cuba.
Gina enjoys shopping for antiques.
Gina is a big fan of musician Tom Waits.
Gina attended high school with Lenny Kravitz and remains close friends with him.
When Gina was a little girl, she almost drowned looking for starfish on the beach.
Gina is a founding member of the New York based theatre group called Naked Angels.
Gina is the youngest of five children.
Gina starred in her high school production of The Music Man.
Gina's last name was misspelled as "Gersohn" on her birth certificate.
Gina co-wrote songs with Linda Perry for the film Prey for Rock & Roll.
Gina graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1980.
Gina appeared in the video Hello Again by The Cars.
Gina's ethnic background is French, Russian, and Dutch.
Gina played Lenny Kravitz's girlfriend in his video for the song Again.
Gina is 5'5¾" tall.
Gina is Jewish.
Gina: (about the rumors of an affair with former president Bill Clinton) It was my day off and all of a sudden I read this thing. You know, it is such a crazy, outrageous lie.
Gina: My best attribute is knowing when not to answer stupid questions.
Gina: I think all my characters are vulnerable even if they have a toughness on the outside of them. The tougher they are, the more vulnerable they are.
Gina: I don't have any blonde friends.
Gina: For everyone I've ever lived with, it's like the big joke: who's going to come home today? I'm like a split personality. My face changes, my voice changes, my personality changes. If I'm talking about Boston or New York, you'll notice my voice change. It's bad; I have no personality!
Gina: I always find people who are unique very attractive.
Gina: Actresses are nightmares. I don't hang out with any of them. That's a problem with my profession. I try not to be like an actress.
Gina: I don't trust anyone who doesn't like to eat.
Gina: When I moved to New York, I re-invented myself from a valley surfer chick to an east coast snob. My accent and my whole look changed. Now I'd rather stay in and read books than go out and sun myself.