Kristen co-wrote the play "Nice Tits" with Kelly Hill and Erin Underwood. She directed it when it was preformed by The Alliance Repertory Company.
Kristen's role in the movie "Willard" was uncredited.
Kristen has one stepdaughter, Chelsea Morgan.
In 1996 Kristen won a Universe Reader's Choice Award for Best Actress in a Genre TV Series for Space Above and Beyond.
Both of Kristen's children were named for characters from Space: Above and Beyond. The show was created by her husband Glen Morgan and she starred in it.
In 1997 Kristen was named number 9 in the list of Sci-Fi Sexy 50, by Femme Fatales magazine.
Kristen won a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 1996, for her performance in the ABC Afterschool Special "The Long Road Home."
Kristen is the associate artistic director of the Alliance Repertory Company in Burbank California. She also writes, produces and directs for them.
Kristen was married to Glen Morgan on June 13, 1998.
Kristen has two children: Winslow Morgan born in June, 2002 and Greer Autumn Morgan born in June, 2002. She is also the step mother of Chelsea Morgan.
Kristen had a role in Final Destination as Miss Lewton.
She attended college at California State University, Northridge.
Kristen: (On filming her death scene in the movie Final Destination.) Well, it took a long time to do my death--like ages and days. It was interesting, and incredibly uncomfortable. First, I was fitted for a body mold. Then they put a prosthetic on my neck ... and then they put tubes up through my pants, through my body, and up in to the prosthetics, so ... blood would squirt out. Sometimes, the tube wasn't always attached into the area right, so the blood would gush down and fall over me. And the blood is like corn syrup; it's really unpleasant.
Kristen: (On becoming a parent) It truly is the best thing I have ever done. It is the thing that I am most proud of. Winslow is my all-encompassing joy. I am contented.
Kristen: So, far I think Shane Vansen was the most well-rounded role. I got to show a lot of colors there.
Kristen: It is hard to make bad dialogue good. Or as my husband Glen says, "You can't polish a turd."
Kristen: I love directing! I recommend it to any actor, because you have to verbalize your choices and say, 'I think it's like this.' And then you give your ideas to the actors, and they come up with something different. It's such a great process.
Kristen: I did a lot of television. My theory about my career always has been, never be famous for anything bad.
Kristen: I didn't work for a long time, and I thought, 'Oh god, I'll never work again.' But that's kind of the way my career has been. I have these great successes, and then nothing, and then great successes, and then nothing. And they're slowly, slowly building. So 'humble' is my middle name. There's no overnight success for me, that's for sure.
Kristen: Acting wasn't something that I was supposed to do. We had relatives in show business, and it was for the wacky part of the family, for those crazy, devil-may-care folk. I was supposed to go to school and be something professional.