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Marc Eliot
Marc Eliot is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen books on popular culture, among them the highly acclaimed biography Cary Grant, the award-winning Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince, and most recently American Rebel: The Life of Clint Eastwood, plus the music biographies... show more



Marc Eliot is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen books on popular culture, among them the highly acclaimed biography Cary Grant, the award-winning Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince, and most recently American Rebel: The Life of Clint Eastwood, plus the music biographies Down Thunder Road: The Making of Bruce Springsteen, To the Limit: The Untold Story of the Eagles, and Death of a Rebel about Phil Ochs. He has been featured in many documentaries about film and music and has written on the media and popular culture for numerous publications. He divides his time among New York City; Woodstock, New York; and Los Angeles. Visit him at marceliot.net.

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Momster Bookworm
Momster Bookworm rated it 4 years ago
This was a fun read about Vicki Lawrence's rise to stardom. I remember her fondly as "Mama" from 'The Carol Burnett Show'. Some might consider her as Carol's shadow or sidekick, but she was a tour de force on her own -- albeit, not without hardship and setbacks. This book is a very candid account o...
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Books and the Readers who read them rated it 11 years ago
Read it. LOVED it. BIG OL' Lance Bass fan. I wrote the longest review on EARTH on my journal when I read it so I won't spew here but suffice it to say I enjoyed it. Not Pulitzer prize winning but it tells his story quite nicely. Proud of him.
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 14 years ago
Unreadable. The author used "Episcopal" for "Anglican" twice in the same sentence. Also more Freud than I've seen since a sophomore-level English course. If I'm going to bother to read a biography, I do expect some minimum standards. It's a shame, really, because that is one of the cleverest and mos...
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