Sally's favorite hair conditioner is Bed Head Curls Rock and it's here little beauty secret for keeping her hair looking so great.
Sally thinks that Catherine Zeta Jones, Reese Witherspoon, and Jennifer Connelly are the most beautiful celebrities.
Ms. Pressman's favorite city in the whole world is New York City.
Sally always wears Chanel Allure perfume. It's pretty much the only perfume she wears.
A guilty pleasure of Sallys is My Boys. She considers watching it her little secret.
Sally is also obsessed with Lost.
Sally watches alot of television. She looks at watching like its homework for future roles and/or auditions.
Grey's Anatomy is one of Sally's favorite tv shows.
While driving her car Sally found out she landed the role of Roxy on Army Wives and was so in shock she stopped traffic.
Sally is represented by Stone Manners Agency and managed by Mike Smith at Principal Entertainment.
Sally was immediately drawn to the script of Army Wives and her character Roxy when she read it.
In researching her part as Roxy on Army Wives, Sally participated in an event hosted by Operation Home Front where she spent the day with numerous real army wives.
One of Sally's favorite CDs is a compilation of music from the first episode of Army Wives.
Sally graduated from the Spence School in New York.
Sally has met many real army wives and has spent many hours researching her character.
Sally is very health conscious and stays away from fried foods and sugar.
Sally has a boyfriend who lives in Los Angeles, California. He is also an actor and they are in a long-distance relationship while she films the show in Charleston.
Sally loves to run and do activities, especially pilates.
Sally's best friend is her mother.
After graduating from Yale, Sally relocated to London where she starred in Roger Kirby's Burleigh Grimes in the summer of 2004.
Sally loves eating ice cream.
As of 2007 Sally resides in Los Angeles, California while Army Wives films in South Carolina.
Sally is 5'2" tall.
Sally appeared in "Last Rites of the Dead" filmed in her hometown of New York City in 2006.
Sally was in plays such as The Merchant of Venice, The Dining Room, Freedomland, and Sylvia at Yale University.
Sally graduated cum laude from Yale University.
Sally: Some of the most important feedback I've gotten is from army wives who say, "We really love the show. We love what you're doing." And they always separate themselves out and say, "We're real army wives," and those are the compliments that mean so much to me.
Sally: Everyone supports these soldiers and their wives, and that's where the power of our show lives … in that undeniable truth.
Sally : It was the performance aspect of dancing that I really loved…I realized that it was just being on stage and it was that aspect of it that I really loved so once I got to college I more heavily pursued acting and that was what I was really passionate about.