New job for "Survivor's" Neleh
"I have a lot of stuff to learn," she told Salt Lake City's Deseret News. "I can only go out there and be myself. But I can laugh at my mistakes, thank goodness, because I'm going to have a lot of them. Once I get the whole microphone, camera-system down I think I'll be all right."
Dennis went on to say that she had received a number of offers after the series finale, but wanted to gain experience in a variety of fields, including acting, first.
"A lot of people think that, after Survivor, you have all these doors open to you," she added. "You do, but if you act at the wrong time when you're so new at it, it could actually end up hurting you."