Her childhood was filled with change. Sheryl Ann (later “Sherilyn”) was the youngest of 3 kids. She and her two older brothers were raised by their musician mom, Arlene Quatro, who moved the family around Michigan. She and her mom went to L.A. when Sherilyn was 17. Within a couple of years, Sherilyn was working in TV and film, with multiple projects every year since 1984. Sherilyn, the petite (5′ 4″) beauty, had a small but memorable part in the gender-bender flick Just One of the Guys. Her biggest claim to fame would come in 1990, when she got the prize role of Audrey in Twin Peaks after reading for all the female leads. Sherilyn made a memorable impression as the cherry stem-twisting siren. This was her breakout role; even now she says of her Twin Peaks experience: “It still makes me feel kind of proud and special to be part of something like that”. Her most over-the-top movie role was as the armless, legless star of Boxing Helena (a role which Kim Basinger backed out of). Back on TV, Sherilyn plays the juicy part of Billie Frank, a former soap actress confronting alcohol and other demons in Rude Awakening on Showtime. A frequent visitor on the set is her son, Myles. On the set, Sherilyn is noted for having a quirky sense of humor and a joie de vivre. Off-screen, Sherilyn is proud of the friendship she has maintained with her ex-hubby Toulouse Holliday, a musician and film technician. Sherilyn lives with her son, Myles, and two cats: Ophelia and Redmond. Sherilyn practices meditative kundalini yoga, and every room in her house has feng shui elements– crystals in one corner, water in another. Sherilyn enjoys biking, swimming and cooking, and of course being a mom: “After I had my son, I found life much funnier and brighter”.