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But I thought it would be a cool transition into being with Ryan while I had the baby.

"So I explained it to him that way, and he’s very supportive of my career, and vice versa. It’s going to be an interesting experience for viewers, because a lot of these guys are much more private than you would assume." Less so now, thanks to Hockey Wives.

She is best known for her roles in films such as West Bank Story, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, and The Back-up Plan.

In March 2015, De Wulf joined the cast of reality show Hockey Wives, chronicling her life with husband Ryan Miller, a goaltender in the NHL.

From 2009-11, she played recurring roles on NBC's Outsourced, TNT's Hawthorne and MTV's The Hard Times of RJ Berger, and appeared in the Lifetime miniseries Maneater.

De Wulf has been seen in a number of box-office hits, including Ocean's Thirteen, and The Back-up Plan.

"For me, having lived in Los Angeles, where everybody holds out as long as they can to do everything, I was shocked," De Wulf continued.

), is an American actress who starred as Lacey in Anger Management.’ I really don’t have the answer." But having said that, De Wulf then presented some fascinating and intelligent theories. Not having stability doesn’t work for their mentality."Perhaps having someone with them when they’re in and out of hotels, and after games, gives them a sense of comfort," De Wulf said. "Also, professional sports makes you feel like you’re aging at a very rapid pace.De Wulf began her acting career in the Academy Award-winning short film West Bank Story, where she played the lead role of Fatima, a singing and dancing Palestinian cashier who falls in love with an Israeli soldier.She has been working in comedic television series and films ever since.

), is an American actress who starred as Lacey in Anger Management.’ I really don’t have the answer." But having said that, De Wulf then presented some fascinating and intelligent theories. Not having stability doesn’t work for their mentality."Perhaps having someone with them when they’re in and out of hotels, and after games, gives them a sense of comfort," De Wulf said. "Also, professional sports makes you feel like you’re aging at a very rapid pace.De Wulf began her acting career in the Academy Award-winning short film West Bank Story, where she played the lead role of Fatima, a singing and dancing Palestinian cashier who falls in love with an Israeli soldier.She has been working in comedic television series and films ever since.While her character here also shows a slight angry flair, she has pulled off the role quite well.