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Archive-name: celebrities/renee-oconnor/faq
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Last-modified: 3rd Jan 2001
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Copyright: (c) 2000-2001 Paul A Hilling
Copyright: (c) 1999-2000 David S James
Copyright: (c) 1998-1999 Gidi Kroon
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This document is intended to provide answers to certain questions
that come up in the Alt.Fan.Renee-OConnor (AFROC) news group. And
also to provide guidelines for people posting to the AFROC
newsgroup. People who are new to Usenet are encouraged to read
this document. Any questions about this FAQ should be posted to or sent to the author direct.

Gidi Kroon originally created this FAQ in accordance with the
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high value on the free dissemination and exchange of information.

Amendments will be made as and when they are needed, or when I am
informed of any errors.  Please feel free to notify me of any
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This document uses the following conventions:

     X:WP is an acronym for Xena: Warrior Princess.
     H:TLJ is an acronym for Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
     ATX is an acronym for the Alt.Tv.Xena Newsgroup.
     ATH is an acronym for the Alt.Tv.Hercules Newsgroup.
     ABMX-H is an acronym for the
     Alt.Binaries.Multimedia.Xena-Herc newsgroup
     AFROC is an acronym for the Alt.Fan.Renee-OConnor newsgroup
     ROC is an acronym for Renee O'Connor.

Changes from version 5.02: Addition of write up for several
appearences that I'd forgotten to put in the FAQ.  New FAQ
URL/Domain and FAQ maintainer e-mail addresses.

Changes from version 5.01: Addition of write up for Black Snow.
New FAQ URL/Domain and FAQ maintainer e-mail addresses.

Changes from version 5.00: Insertion of Gidi Kroon as a previous
FAQ Maintainer, and a couple of minor wording changes.

Changes from version 4.11: Mainly complete re-organisation, and
updating of several questions (and answers to same).

Changes from version 4.1: Charter modified as some people have
had difficulties understanding the reason behind the newsgroups

Changes from version 4: AFROC URL updated

Changes from version 3: Alt.Tv.Xena FAQ web address, added
"Follow the river" opinion, added "Rubbernecking" (plot) info,
added Xena fourth season info, added TV guide poll to voting

Table Of Contents

Section I: About Renee, and the Newsgroup.
1.   What's AFROC all about?
2.   What do all those acronyms mean?!
3.   The charter for AFROC.
4.   Can I post adverts to AFROC?
5.   Can I post pictures of Renee to AFROC?
6.   What are ROC's appearances in "Xena: Warrior Princess"
7.   What are ROC's appearances in "Hercules: The Legendary
     Journeys" related programs/films?
8.   What's are ROC's other Film and Tv Credits?
9.   Didn't Renee play Deianeira, Hercules' wife?
10.  Did Renee sing in the Xena episode "The Bitter Suite"?
11.  How about her singing in the Xena episode "Lyre Lyre, Hearts
     On Fire"?
12.  Can ROCfans watch the fourth (or fifth) season of Xena?
13.  What do we know about her new film "Rubbernecking"?
14.  How do you spell her name?
15.  Why was Renee hopping around during that convention?
16.  Is ROC single?
17.  Has she/will she pose nude/do nude scenes?
18.  Where can I get some Renee/Gabrielle stuff?
19.  Any Renee fan clubs out there?
20.  Any webpages that scream to be looked at?
21.  Are there more newsgroups to check out?
22.  Can I subscribe to a mailing list?
23.  Are there any more FAQ's that I might find interesting to go
24.  Where can I vote for Renee online?

Section I: About Renee, and the Newsgroup.

What's AFROC all about?

So you're here? Welcome to! Come in, chat,
::thud:: and have a drink. This is the place for fans of ROC to
meet and discuss ROC and her acting/career. This document is the
newsgroups FAQ, which is a list of frequently asked questions,
and their answers. It also contains the charter of this newsgroup
and will be posted approximately every six weeks, to the AFROC,
Alt.Tv.Xena, Alt.Answers and News.Answers newsgroups.

What do all those acronyms mean?!

Sometimes to save typing, and sometimes because it looks nicer,
but often because you can feel like one of the incrowd, people
use acronyms. Here are some that you may find useful:

     ROC      = Renee O'Connor.
     BGSB     = ROC's costume in Season 2 of X:WP
                Stands for 'Bilious Green Sports Bra'.
     MBGSB    = ROC's smaller costume in Season 3/4 of X:WP
                Stands for 'Mini Bilious Green Sports Bra'.
     MOFE     = ROC's costume in Season 5 of X:WP
                Stands for 'Marvel of Feminine Engineering'.
     AFROC    = This newsgroup.
     A.F.R-OC = Me making life difficult.
     GGG      = Great Goddess Gabrielle = Gabrielle.
     GGGHD    = Great Goddess Gabrielle's Honour Defenders.
     ::thud:: = What we do whenever ROC is mentioned or sighted.

The charter for AFROC.

This unmoderated newsgroup is for the discussion of, and creative
outings related to, the actress Renee O'Connor and her many film
and television roles. The main discussion will undoubtedly be
about her portrayal of Gabrielle in the Tv series "Xena: Warrior
Princess", although discussions of Xena story lines don't belong

Binaries and spam in any form are forbidden as the name of the NG
is not alt.binaries.renee-oconnor or alt.spam.renee-oconnor for
that matter.

In the case of binaries people are asked to post to the
appropriate binary groups and post a little pointer to it here.
Like many of her characters, posters are asked to have a positive
and forgiving attitude, but the fact that Gabrielle is also a
trained Amazon fighter, may mean that heavy offenders will be hit
with her fighting staff.

Can I post adverts to AFROC?

Not unless they are DIRECTLY related to Renee in some fashion.
And even then it is requested that vendors post no more than 1
advert per vendor, per week.

Can I post pictures of Renee to AFROC?

In a word, No.

In more than 1 word... The proper forum for posting pictures of
Renee on Usenet, is alt.binaries.multimedia.xena-herc.

That is unless you want to post fake (usually nude) pictures of
Renee, in which case the alt.binaries.celebrities.fake.moderated
is the correct forum.  Though I personally think that posting
fake nudes of Renee is a tad disrespectful of both the actress
and her undoubted talents.

What are ROC's appearances in "Xena: Warrior Princess" episodes?

Renee plays one of the two lead characters Gabrielle, in all
episodes of the series. The series is set in ancient Greece where
Xena and Gabrielle save innocent people and stop evil warlords,
all in a mythological setting. Xena has a dark past and is a
warrior, while Gabrielle is basically good (though not a
goody-two-shoes) and a talker.

This series has its strength in character depth, character
development, humour, originality and tension. It doesn't strive
for accuracy in historical matters, mythology or action scenes.

There are far to many episodes, staring ROC for me to list here,
and readers are advised to read synopsis of the episodes from

Ones to avoid though are "Adventures in the Sin Trade 1 and 2",
and "A Key to the Kingdom", because of their minimal, or lack of,
Renee content.

What are ROC's appearances in "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys"
related programs/films?

"Hercules and the Lost Kingdom".
     ROC, played the female lead, Deianeira, though Hercules gets
     obviously more screentime. The setting and style are the
     same as the "Xena: Warrior Princess" and "Hercules: The
     Legendary Journeys" series, though this is a tv film that
     was made before either series started.

     Hercules meets Deianeira after he saves her from being
     sacrificed to a rain god. She believes that it's her destiny
     to be sacrificed. But when Hercules explains that sacrifices
     don't work (after all he should know) she thinks maybe, he
     has something to do with her destiny.

     Maybe she's a god... They meet up with Robert Trebor as a
     slave and together they go to look for the lost city of
     Troy, and Deianeira's real destiny.

The Animated Movie: The Battle for Mount Olympus
     Gabrielle is voiced by ROC, but Gabrielle is here in only a
     very small role.  And is actually a transformed into a bird
     (a Roc no less <g>), for over half her screen time.

H:TLJ episode: "Judgement Day".
     Renee appears as Xena's companion Gabrielle, (who else? <g>)
     when they find out that Hercules married the Golden Hind.
     Upon the Hinds death at the hands of Strife, Gabrielle and
     Xena work out a plan to prove Hercules innocence.

H:TLJ episode: "Strangers In A Strange Land".
     Playing the Executioner, this is a sort of 'blink and you
     miss her' role for Renee, whose only real appearance is as a
     gag near the end.

H:TLJ episode: "Armageddon Now, Part 2".
     In the alternate universe, Xena is a conquering warlord, and
     Gabrielle is a rebel.  A short but strong performance from
     Renee here.

H:TLJ episode: "For Those Of You Just Joining Us".
     What can I say?  Renee as a camp councillor, called 'Sunny
     Day', and wearing a Girl Scout uniform no less.  A quite
     funny and enjoyable romp, and Renee actually gets a fair
     amount of screen time.  Watch the surprise 'Scooby-Doo'

What's are ROC's other Film and Tv Credits?

ROC is quite an accomplished Film and Tv actress in her own
right.  Here is a list of those Film and Tv appearances we know

Night Game
     Richard Powell writes.  "In 1989 she had a very brief role
     in the thriller "Night Game". This film was about a serial
     killer who was mudering young blonde women (with a hook),
     and one of his victims was a young girl called Lorraine
     Beasley played by none other than ROC. Renee appears about
     35 mins into the movie and has a couple of minutes screen
     time and a few lines before she is murdered. Warning - it is
     quite gruesome. The film itself is not particularly good

Tales From The Crypt: The Switch
     Renee's appearence in this episode (which was directed by
     Arnie of all people), was cut before it's release.

Darkman II: The Return of Durant.
     Renee has a major to medium supporting role as the sister of
     a murdered scientist. The film is a straight-to-video
     sequel, from the same company that makes the "Xena: Warrior
     Princess" series.

Danielle Steele's: Changes.
     A major to medium supporting role for ROC as one of the twin
     daughters of the lead character. It starts off as a 5-cent
     romantic novel, but it gets more interesting in the second
     half. Renee has much more screentime than lines, and its the
     other twin who has more to do.

False Identity.
     The smallest of roles for Renee, as the daughter of a family
     that's under the investigation of a radio journalist and a
     guy who has lost his memory. A slow film, but if you don't
     mind that, quite acceptable.

Arresting Behaviour
     Renee guest starred in an episode of this short-lived comsdy
     series.  I do not have any other information about this

Sworn to Vengeance.
     Renee is only credited at the end of the film and you wonder
     why they even bothered to do that. In the version I have
     seen, she didn't have any speaking parts and could only be
     seen a couple of times in the background.  The film has a
     policeman trying to solve a triple murder, even though it's
     not his case. This is incredibly feeble at the beginning,
     but it gets more exciting in the second half.

"The Rockford Files" Tv Movie: "A Blessing in Disguise".
     According to Sascha Jirousek: "ROC was fantastic. She plays
     an actress that just made a very bad movie, but was pushed
     due to the fact that some religious fanatics wanted to ban
     the movie and actually tried to kill her".  According to
     StormyBard, Renee has lots of screen time and reminds you of
     a young Gabrielle but with shorter curly blonde hair.

     Especially watch the ending when James Garner is waxing
     lyrical about Renee's character. I personally think it's an
     adlib on James's part and he's really referring to Renee
     herself, I could be wrong of course <g>.

     This is a comedy that has not been released yet. It's said
     to be about people stuck in a traffic jam. Described as
     being Altman-esque and character driven, you have to picture
     Renee sitting in a car in a traffic jam, when a guy in a
     neighbouring car strikes a fancy to her; he gets her to
     phone his mobile, etc.

Teen Angel.
     A Disney serial show within the Mickey Mouse show.  Sorta
     teen romance film.  Renee plays the object of affection.
     The angel of the title, has to help someone get a date with
     her, before he (the angel that is), can get into heaven.

Match Point.
     From the same stable as Teen Angel.  This time Renee is at a
     summer tennis camp.

Several Tv Adverts.
     Renee has done several adverts that I know of. But I need
     other people to spell out what they precisely were for,
     otherwise I may very well be telling you total gibberish.

     Ones, that I do know about are Threadgills (her step fathers
     restaurant in Austin, Tx), McDonalds, and the Exxon Oil
     Company.  Any one with these adverts is asked to send me a

Follow the River.
     Staring alongside Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer of Twin Peaks
     fame), Renee is in talkative mode in this film, and with an
     Irish accent no less.  She's is however, only in the first
     half of the film, but nevertheless makes a fairly good
     contribution, before being sold to slavers.

     At least one person did mention that they thought the film
     itself wasn't good.  And I myself thought that once Renee
     had gone, it was slower paced and dragged.

FBI: The Untold Stories, "Blue Fibre"
     Renee plays an undercover cop, who is trying to catch a
     serial killer of hookers.  There are some great moments from
     Renee in this double length episode.

FBI: The Untold Stories, "Millionaire Murders".
     Renee plays the harrowing victim of a kidnapper, who forces
     her to do things against her will.  Quite distressing in
     parts, and Renee plays a very believable victim.

     The so-called "Tinselteeth" role.  Basically consists of
     about two minutes worth of Renee being a terrified victim.
     And those appalling braces...  For completists only.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
     I haven't actually seen this one all the way through, mainly
     as I do not have a good enough copy, but then again I'm not
     a fan of period pieces either.  You won't normally recognise
     Renee in this role.  Especially with her really curly hair.

Black Snow (1989)
     Adrian writes, "Shot in Houston Texas, this was her first
     feature film role, playing the teenage daughter of the main
     character, an honest oil magnate who stumbles into a war
     between rival drug gangs over stolen cocaine.  Renee makes a
     strong contribution overall, appearing more in the second
     half once her character gets kidnapped and has a crucial
     involvement in the film's ending. Definitely one for the ROC
     collection, if you can find it! 97 minutes, of which 11:35
     is screen time for Renee".

The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children? (1993),
     Richard Powell writes. "Based on true events that occurred
     in Texas in 1987 (although this was actually filmed in
     Australia). Renee plays a young girl called Leslie, who is
     one of about 30 children who are caught in a flash flood.
     Her character dies about 30 mins into the film but it is a
     very good film and worth watching all the way through.
     (Trivia, one of the actors in this movie is David Franklin
     who would later go on to play Brutus in the fourth and fifth
     season of Xena)".

NYPD Blue: Oscar,Weiner,Meyer
     Renee played a character called Rebecca Sloane whose parents
     had been murdered.  The prime suspect of the murder, being
     her boyfriend.

Didn't Renee play Deianeira, Hercules' wife?

She did play Deianeira in the film "Hercules and the Lost
Kingdom" and Hercules' wife is called Deianeira (and also in the
real Hercules myths), but they're not intended to be the same

As I understand it, ROC was first to play the young version of
Deianeira, but when later the actress playing Hercules's wife
looked much different, the producers decided that ROC's Deianeira
had just been another woman called Deianeira, and not his wife.

Did Renee sing in the Xena episode "The Bitter Suite"?

No, her voice was dubbed by a sound-alike professional singer
called Susan Wood.

How about her singing in the Xena episode "Lyre Lyre, Hearts On

Susan again dubbed for Renee, but only on the last number,
"People Everywhere Just Wanna Be Free".  The rest is all Renee.

Can ROCfans watch the fourth (or fifth) season of Xena?

Yes. Though the first two episodes (of season 4) may be
difficult, though. I can't be more specific because some people
may not have seen all of the third season yet, but people who
have, will know what I mean.

What do we know about her new film "Rubbernecking"?

The end of May 1998, Renee announced that she was about to start
acting in a feature length film called "Rubbernecking". Filmed in
California, the comedy is set in a traffic jam in Los Angeles.
Other sources say that it's a tv film, produced by Fender Bender
Productions; the official fanclub says it's unknown yet whether
it's going to be shown on tv or released in the cinema. Filming
(Renee's part in) "Rubbernecking" has already finished.

The official fanclub has currently more information on the film,
including photos from the set. They describe the film as being
Altman-esque and character driven. Renee's character will have
contact with a guy over their mobile phones while both are stuck
in the traffic jam. The film will do a few film festivals and
Fender Bender Productions will try to sell it for cinema release.

For more information see

How do you spell her name?

Renee is spelled with the acute accent on the last 'e'. But
because a news posting with certain characters is fraught with
hassles, we have to do without in this document, sorry.  The WWW
version of this FAQ however, does have her name spelt correctly.

Why was Renee hopping around during that convention?

Whilst pretending to have sprained her ankle during filming of
the Xena episode "One Against An Army", a stunt person landed on
her foot during a stunt, and sprained her other ankle (the one
that wasn't supposed to be sprained).

Strangely, the stunt person broke his leg the next day... Oh, and
ROC's ok now (I hope the stunt person is too).

It's also the reason why Renee had another sprained ankle during
the episode "King Con", as it was the next episode after "One
Against An Army" to be filmed.

Is ROC single?

As in 'not-married' yes, as in 'not involved with some guy' then
no. Renee's been happily dating a micro-brewery owner, called
Steve Muir, in New Zealand, for several years.  And earlier this
year, Renee announced her engagement to Steve.  As yet there is
no date for the wedding (that I know of).

Has she/will she pose nude/do nude scenes?

Well, some people want to know... Renee has never done any of
that and also said she will not do it in the future. As I
understand it, the character Gabrielle has made some apparently
nude appearances, but they were all filmed using the magic of
television, i.e. skin-coloured body suits, body doubles and the

It should be mentioned however, that Renee has posed in some, er,
underwear for FHM (For Him Magazine).  It's not known if she'll
pose again in future.

So any photos you see of Renee nude, are going to be faked.

Where can I get some Renee/Gabrielle stuff?

Using mail order is a risky thing and if you do, it'll be at your
own risk. By mentioning companies here, I by no means endorse
them. I have not checked them out and I don't know whether
they're safe.  The 'caveat emptor' ('Let the buyer beware') rule

Magazines, photos and t-shirts (and some really expensive stuff
that I don't even dare mention...) relating to Renee's role in
"Xena: Warrior Princess" are available.

Various interviews for different magazines may very well be at
your local comic shop.

The mail order company Power Star, based in the US, also has
loads of Gabrielle stuff @

Many of these goodies are from "Creation Entertainment" and they
can be found @

Some of the photos are available from S&P Parker's Movie Market,
which has both US and UK catalogues. They advertise in many film
magazines. There are other mail order companies, also in other

Any Renee fan clubs out there?

There used to be. The Official Renee O'Connor fan club, did run
from 1997 until the end of 1998, but has now closed it's doors.
The webpage however still exists, and is a great source of Renee
information @

It is of course possible that you don't have web-access. In that
case I think it's the best solution that you e-mail me at
<> and then I'll look at the pages for you
and send you the most recent information.

There are also many fan clubs in all kinds of different countries
for the "Xena: Warrior Princess" series. They're beyond the scope
of this FAQ, but if you can't find any info about them on the
internet, e-mail me and I'll see what I can do.

Any webpages that scream to be looked at?

Many! Too many to list actually.

First of all there's the Official Renee O'Connor webpage. On
those pages you'll find messages from Renee to her fans, the most
accurate information possible and photos like only a mother can
provide @

This newsgroup also has its official pages, which you just have
to see @

A fanpage dedicated to Renee O'Connor is ROCzone @

and ROCclub @

[Note: the above two addresses could be old, as they come from an
old bookmark file. There will also be more addresses that should
be mentioned]

Many more fanpages dedicated to Renee O'Connor can be found
through the ROCRing, a ring of many ROC fansites @

There's also The Bard ROC Cafe, a page belonging to the Clan
MacConnor (formerly Clan MacGab):

Major information sources for the "Xena: Warrior Princess"
series, that also deserve to be mentioned here, are Whoosh! @

And The Xena Online Resources has a section devoted to Gabrielle

Information about Renee's Film and Tv series can also be found in
the Internet Movie Database:

Are there more newsgroups to check out?

There's of course always Alt.Tv.Xena, the newsgroup dealing with
the Tv series "Xena: Warrior Princess", and Renee's appearance on
it.  The Alt.Binaries.Multimedia.Xena-Herc, for various pictures
and sound postings relating to X:WP, and Renee's Gabrielle role.
And if you are in the UK, there is also the Uk.Media.Tv.Xena
Newsgroup as well.

Can I subscribe to a mailing list?

You say 'a' mailing list? There are many mailing lists!
Especially with the explosion of free mailing list services like
eGroups (  The best thing I can suggest
is to goto the eGroups website, and enter a search for
'Gabrielle' or 'Renee', and see what comes out.

Each list has their specific style, I don't have personal
experience with each one of them so I invite anyone who's on
those lists to correct this section if needed.

Major Renee/Gabrielle lists include:

Clan MacGab, but are now renamed to Clan MacConnor and cover all
of ROCfandom. They have a website and several mailing lists.

GabsClan, who have a different creative direction: mainly about
Gabby and without the Scottish stuff; subscription is also

GabChat was created as a wider alternative, chatting about Gab
and ROC without wearing a kilt.

The MacGab list is finally created to encompass the true ideas of
Clan MacGab (now Clan MacConnor), in a no-flame environment.
Unrelated to the Clan, a fourth list was made called GabTalk
(though I think Gabtalk is now disbanded).

To subscribe to GabsClan, send an e-mail as follows:
Subject: (whatever you want)
Body of the e-mail (the text): subscribe gabsclan

To subscribe to GabChat, send an e-mail as follows:
Subject: (whatever you want)
Body of the e-mail (the text): leave blank.
or visit

To subscribe to MacGab, you'll need to visit the website.
the list name is '' (without the quotes).

Information for GabTalk you can find on the webpage:

The AFROC Website update mailing list

Are there any more FAQ's that I might find interesting to go

Just one other... The FAQ for the newsgroup Alt.Tv.Xena is also
good reading material for the Renee O'Connor fan (even if it is a
little lengthy). You can find a copy in the Alt.Tv.Xena
newsgroup, or on the web @

Where can I vote for Renee online?

There are always several online polls.  Most of the mailings
lists will have upto date details of current polls.

The "Celebrity 1000" poll @ They have several
polls that usually run for a month. You can select up to five
names from a long list and vote. You will see the results only
after the poll closed (and the new one opened).

The USA Weekend Celebrity A-list There is a list of
100 celebrities of any profession and you vote on how much you
like each of them. The polls run a week starting on Friday, after
which the least popular celeb is taken of the list of 100 and a
nominated celeb is chosen to be added to the list. You can send
in one nomination. You can see the results of the current week

The "Who's better looking" poll @ We've wondered many times
who's better looking, Xena or Gabby? Well, actually I haven't.
It's Gabby. You can vote between the two and if you wish, fill in
the reason why. The vote runs forever... There's a protection
against voting too often: you can only vote again after someone
else has voted.

Thanks and other stuff.

If there are any corrections, updates, complaints, etc, please
let me know. Either by posting them to the newsgroup, or
e-mailing them to me, Paul Hilling @ <>

If something is not in the FAQ it's more likely because no one
has reminded us yet to add it. So please do. Especially
descriptions of her films and other projects, fanpages and
mailing lists. Thanks.

Gidi Kroon, DSJ <> and Simon Taplin for getting
the newsgroup creation process started, and to all those other
people who helped one way or another.

Many thanks for information goto :-

Sascha Jirousek
Simon Taplin
Paul Hilling <>
Ian Rentoul <>
Adrian Petford <>
Richard Powell <>
and all the sources mentioned above, and also anybody else I
forgot to mention.

And my *Very Special Thanks* to Renee O'Connor herself for giving
us the opportunity to admire her talents.

"I have to tell you that I think that you are a very special
girl. Special in a way that's so rare that you only see it
occasionally. If I had a daughter, I'd want her to be a lot like
you, because you have courage and honour and talent, and you
don't quit on your friends in a crisis... you are one in a
million.", James Garner talking to Renee, in "Blessings In
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