Hollywood Diversity: The Unt OLD   Story Birthdays never used to bother me.  I’d always say: “There are only two options…you either get old or you die young.”  But I have a significant birthday coming up this year, one that lets me know that dying young is no longer an option…that I have crossed the threshold of “gone too soon” to “she lived a good life.” And while I know my passing would be deeply mourned and I’d be dearly missed, I also know that henceforth my demise will be viewed on a sliding scale of “age appropriate.”  As a cancer survivor, that is not something I take lightly. So for the remainder of my sojourn on planet Earth, I plan on living “balls to the wall” and making the most of it.   Unfortunately, Hollywood has put restrictions on that.  As a young actress learning my craft and trying to figure this acting thing out, I worked all the time, including series regular roles in primetime and a pioneering role in daytime:  as the daughter of Redd Foxx and