I’ve interviewed Bif three times over the years, from her debut My Daddy’s Getting Married to backstage at Lilith Fair to hanging out at Z2K (where I like to say she was the last person I kissed in the 90s).
She’s got a tough, tattooed, punk exterior, but get past the visual and you’ll find one of the sweetest, most genuine people you’ll ever meet.
I love Bif and was thrilled she accepted my invitation to join me for a look backwards and forwards on #That90sShow[audio:http://dearest-pilot.flywheelsites.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/2014-11-18-Bif-Naked1.mp3]
For an idea of what Bif is up to in her career off the stage, have a read of this essay she wrote for The Province as she stands up as a poverty advocate.
Got someone you’d like me to track down for a #That90sShow Flashback? Let me know!