Growing Up Fisher. Musings, Memories, And Misadventures

Fisher Joely

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Cover Type: Softcover
Book Condition: As New
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: HarperCollins US
Publisher Place: Usa
Publisher Year: 2017
Edition: First Edition

Description: 305 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in As new condition throughout.

Publishers Description: Actress director and entertainer Joely Fisher invites readers behind the curtain and into the intimate world of her career and family with this hilarious irreverent heartfelt memoir filled with candid and sometimes painful stories about her life her famous parents and how the loss of her sister and unlikely hero Carrie Fisher ignited the writer in her. Growing up in an iconic Hollywood dynasty no stranger to the seesaw of highs and lows and getting high intrinsic to fame Joely was always destined for a career in show business. The product of world-famous crooner and playboy Eddie Fisher and 60s sex kitten turned skin care maven Connie Stevens she struggled with her own identity and bore the sting of inevitable missteps and setbacks on the path to establishing herself as an acclaimed actress singer and director in her own right. Industry Reviews "This book is like the talented Joely--honest, funny, dark, light, brazen, and it smells good. Or maybe that was just my copy." -- Bob Saget"Joelys wit, humor, and candor carry on the Fisher legacy. Just brilliant." -- Sue Cameron "Raw, honest, hilarious. This book is pure Joely Fisher." -- Brad Garrett"The stories are addictive--I couldnt get enough!" -- Robby Benson"This book was everything I was hoping it would be and more. Not only does Joely take you on a journey growing up all things Hollywood, but she pulls you into her heart and shares intimate thoughts and feelings we all have about family and love." -- Jenny McCarthy"Joely is a rare creature. Her book will lift you up... Get lost in her world." -- James L. Brooks"[A] powerful, incredible read" -- Good Morning America"A beautiful book." -- Megyn Kelly Today

ISBN: 9780062695567


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