Barbara Montgomery, late of the sitcom "Amen," currently of "Married People," has one thing to say about her job switch: A- men .
"The 'Amen' atmosphere didn't sit well with me," she says of her decision to leave the NBC show. "It was almost like I never really belonged. I asked to be released from my contract before the end of last season--in other words, I quit. Nothing was impulsive or compulsive. It was just time."
Montgomery, who is reluctant to discuss specific grievances about "Amen," says she had trouble with "some producers and writers who are no longer there--not actors, and not the network.
"It was in the writing of the character," she says (she played church trustee Casietta Hetebrink). "Of all the characters, mine was the most directly neglected. I wasn't particularly liked, and I didn't play the game. I'm not a politician, I'm an actor."