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Arlene Peck's living room walls are filled with hundreds of pictures of famous people she has known over a period of almost 40 years, during which she interviewed hundreds of celebrities on her television talk show in Los Angeles and engaged with others as a journalist, an active participant in the "in crowd" scenes, a supporter of Jewish causes, and a frequent traveler to the Middle East and other locales. In Before Botox, Arlene shares her experiences with dozens of these celebrities, including TV and movie stars, singers, writers, politicians, and activists. Funny, heartwarming, and informative, this book tells the story of an intriguing woman who has seen a lot and who "knew them when," providing a unique insight into the lives of the rich and famous, and even the infamous, as they parry her questions, laugh at her humor, and share with her their personal stories. A must read for any celebrity enthusiast and for those who want to see how famous people engage with an entertaining woman who is proud to be politically incorrect.
Arlene Peck knows where all the bodies are buried. Unfortunately she's responsible for most of them. But she's a damn good writer.
Ed Asner, actor
bound: 308 pages
publisher: XLIBRIS (February 28, 2017)
isbn: 1524557803, 978-1524557805,
weight: 1.2 pounds (