In 1988, the couple started Loaf and Kisses, a gourmet crouton company.Drescher also reprised her role as a loud-mouthed New Yorker in When "Princesses" was put on hiatus, a dejected Drescher headed to Europe.Undaunted by the criticism, a determined Drescher entered herself in the 1973 Miss Teen New York pageant.She took home second place, but viewed the competition as a calling card; Drescher told local talent agents she'd won the pageant, and used the fibbed victory to pitch herself as a potential client.
Drescher's mother Sylvia was a bridal consultant and father, Mort, was a systems analyst for the U. At Hillcrest High School (where she shared several classes with comedian and fellow student Ray Romano), Drescher joined the drama club.
The couple sought counseling and looked to close friends (and former co-stars) Dan Aykroyd and Donna Dixon for support.
The relentlessly positive Drescher soon returned to her acting career and entrepreneurial ventures.
Two assailants bound and gagged Jacobson, and sexually assaulted Drescher and a female friend.
While the attackers were eventually caught and imprisoned, the episode was deeply traumatic.