After All

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Putnam, 1995 - 332 pagine
She was America's darling: actress, producer, star of the golden age of television. Her work on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" garnered multiple Emmys, followed by critical acclaim for her acting on Broadway and in film. Now, in her witty, candid, heartbreaking autobiography, Mary Tyler Moore tells all, about...the Dick Van Dyke nobody knows...Elvis, her sly, seductive co-star in "Change of Habit" Carl Reiner taught her to cry while being funny...Robert Redford's confession after casting her in "Ordinary People"...about then-First Lady Betty Ford's inebriated debut on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," and years later, her phone call that saved Mary's life. Mary spares nothing as she recounts her traumatic childhood, two failed marriages, her own alcoholism, the tragic death of her son, and her third, happy marriage to a cardiologist eighteen years her junior. Moving, inspiring, and brutally frank, "After All" will touch every reader's heart and soul.

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Mary's book is laid out chronologically. She doesn't sidestep any of the tough or ugly parts of her life, having come to terms with such things over the years. She has lost her niece, her son, and ... Leggi recensione completa


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Mary Tyler Moore was born in Brooklyn Heights, New York on December 29, 1936. She was a seven-time Emmy Award-winning actress, Tony Award recipient, Academy Award nominee, and a longtime activist and fund-raiser for diabetes research. She was best known for the television shows The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-1966) and The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970-1977). She received a Golden Globe award for her role as Beth Jarrett in the movie Ordinary People and Tony Award for her performance on Broadway as a quadriplegic who wanted to die in Whose Life Is It, Anyway? She received a lifetime achievement award from the Screen Actors Guild in 2012. She wrote several books including After All and Growing up Again: Life, Loves, and Oh Yeah, Diabetes. She died of cardiopulmonary arrest on January 25, 2017 at the age of 80.

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