When Pricilla isn't acting she works as a substitute teacher in Connecticut.
After Sunset Beach was cancelled, Priscilla appeared in the Independent film 212, which was featured at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
Pricilla keeps in shape by doing yoga and running.
Priscilla says that her best features are her eyes and her hair. Her worst features are her "little pig nose" and her height.
Priscilla speaks fluent Spanish, a fact that she believes helped her to win the role of "Gaby" on Sunset Beach.
Priscilla says that if a movie of her life was made, she would like to be played by Natalie Portman.
Priscilla was working as a waitress in New York's Hard Rock Cafe when she landed the role of "Gaby" on Sunset Beach.
Priscilla is 5'2" with brown hair and brown eyes.
Priscilla is the youngest of 6 daughters.
Priscilla: Daytime TV is a great way to polish your tools as an actor and keep them polished for other jobs.
Priscilla: (on marriage) I'm very old-fashioned in that respect. I want to hold true to the words of "till death do us part." And I know that's a big thing to try to hold on to. If things go wrong, you have to let go. I hear divorce is at 60 percent. I hold on to that girl who thinks Mommy and Daddy will be together forever. I would love to be married and I would love to be a mother of several babies. Maybe two or three, but all when the timing is right. I want to be as prepared as I can be and try to be the best mom I can. Some day, hopefully.
Priscilla: (on moving from New York to California) It was a hard adjustment that first year. I am not going to lie, I cried a lot!
Priscilla: (on getting her hair cut extremely short for her role on "Sunset Beach") I felt very vulnerable and very closed off. I wanted to crawl in a hole and hibernate until it grew!
Priscilla: I really wanted to be an actress but I didn't think my parents would accept that. I thought, well, I have to make them proud of me and make lots of money and I guess I'm good at math so I'll do marketing. And I hated it, I hated it, I hated it.
Priscilla: (on playing a "bad girl" on "Sunset Beach") It's exciting, you get to do things you're not allowed to do in everyday life. Since it was something that is not like my personality in real life, it was fun to explore how to be all those evil things.