Roxy Le Blanc (Sally Pressman) is the new girl of the group, a carefree spirit who has trouble adjusting to the strict organization around her.
Trevor's unit enjoys entering a friendly Afghan village, until a bomb car kills most civilians, including the young boy Jeremy just gave a football.
Roxy (Sally Pressman) blows out her birthday candles in an episode of Lifetime's "Army Wives" scheduled for July 15. Thanks to Army Wives, the highest-rated series in Lifetime's 23-year history, Delaney is basking in the kind of success she hasn't enjoyed since her eight-season run on ABC's NYPD Blue ended in '03.
Pressman, 25, a native New Yorker, was a professional ballerina with the Manhattan Ballet Company. "You put all the effort in, and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't," she says from Charleston, S. "When it works on this level, it's exciting." Based on Tanya Biank's '06 book Under the Sabres: The Unwritten Code of Military Marriage, Wives revolves around a diverse group of women - and one man - living with their spouses and families on a bustling Army base.
Delaney, 47, plays matriarch Claudia Joy Holden, no-nonsense wife of Col. Widely respected on the base, she is the show's moral center.
I know personally that when my husband travels it’s tough playing the single parent.
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Amanda’s pain causes Claudia Joy (Kim Delaney) and Michael Holden (Brian Mc Namara) to deal with their own separation — a daughter who is growing up and making decisions for herself.
Meanwhile, Denise heads back to school, a step towards finding herself.