May 03, 2020
"Bewitched" star Erin Murphy has opened up about her life amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She won't let quarantine stop her from doing what she wants.
While at home, Murphy spends most of her time cooking, cleaning, and homeschooling her children, as reported by Fox News. Aside from social distancing, she has made sure to remain positive and not to dwell so much on negative news.
"I am more focused on figuring out ways to make sure friends, family, and neighbors are safe and have everything they need and that the kids are happy, healthy and having fun," Murphy said.
FUN INDOOR ACTIVITY
Murphy regularly connects with her relatives and friends through social media. Aside from organizing virtual meetings, she also enjoys workout classes online, as reported by Fox News.
She shared that aside from playing board games, the rest of the family enjoys another fun indoor activity. "I dusted off the old Wii play system and I've been playing Wii Sports Resort," Murphy shared.
She has also allowed time for herself, aside from taking care of her children. Murphy watches TV shows that she missed the most, such as "Breaking Bad" and "Orange Is the New Black."
Life is great for Murphy. She is presently committed to being a parent to her children, and she has no complaints about it, as reported by Closer Weekly.
The former child star is also enjoying her time away from the spotlight. Although she still has few acting jobs, she is focused on doing theater shows.
The actress's real name is Erin Margaret Murphy. She was born on June 17, 1964, in Encino, California, USA.
Murphy made sure that she enjoys her life along the way. Just last year, she bought a Tesla, her dream car, as well as her dream house on the beach.
The "Bewitched" TV sitcom made her a memorable actress as she played the role of "Tabitha." In the show, she is the daughter of Samantha and Darren Stevens, as reported by ABC News.
The actress's real name is Erin Margaret Murphy. She was born on June 17, 1964, in Encino, California, USA. She was known for other shows such as "Deadly Fighters" in 1979 and "TV Therapy" in 2019, according to IMDb.
She has been married to Darren Dunckel since May 1998. She was previously married to Eric Eden and Terry Rogers.
Meanwhile, Murphy shared a cute photo of her granddaughters on Instagram. They all posed in front of a Christmas tree which her followers found so adorable.