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I don't know what you know me from : confessions of a co-star (edition 2014)

by Judy Greer

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Like Tina Fey, Chelsea Handler, and other (bestselling) co-stars, Judy Greer is taking pen to paper and in her honest, self-deprecating, and hilariously relatable way reminding listeners why she's not America's sweetheart but America's best friend.
Title:I don't know what you know me from : confessions of a co-star
Authors:Judy Greer
Info:New York : Doubleday, [2014]
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I Don't Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star by Judy Greer


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I fell into a major girl crush while reading Judy's book. Not only is she from Michigan too, but we share a ton of the same thoughts and feelings. I felt like I was reading a book from my best friend. I thoroughly enjoyed it! ( )
  Squirrel820 | Nov 21, 2018 |
Growing up in Detroit is boring.
Being a childhood ballerina is hard.
Going to a good school is hard.
Giving up ballet to become an actor is hard.
Getting into acting school first try is hard.
Acting is hard but better than having a real job.
Working as a waitress is hard.
Working as a cloakroom attendant is hard.
Having parents that love and support you is hard.
The worst thing my Dad did to me is buy me a Barbie pink car.
He even painted a vanity plate for it that said *2B ... "Star to be." Geddit?
Spending time by myself is hard.
Traveling alone is hard.
One time someone spoke to me when I was on holiday.
Seriously, I am not making this up.
Bad things have almost happened to people that I care about.
But anyway, back to me.
Being famous is hard.
Being a co-star, so not as famous as someone else, is hard.
I literally don't know what you know me from.
Peeing next to celebrities feels weird.
Here's a chapter full of emails from my friends about how much they love me.
Here's a chapter full of text messages that I sent my friends.
Shopping makes me feel better.
Being in love is hard.
I love my dog so much I want to make a necklace out of his teeth.
I love my husband so much that I use his full name whenever I refer to him in this book.
Relationships are hard.
Raising kids is hard.
Hollywood is hard.
Living in LA is hard.
In short? Life is hard.
But writing a book? That's super easy, right?

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  graffiti.living | Nov 20, 2018 |
I've had this forever, but kept forgetting about it and starting something else. This was super quick and short. Judy Greer really wants to be seen as a regular gal who happens to act and not as a movie star. She is very down to earth and we could definitely be friends.
Like me, she believes everyone should be required to work a year in food service (I would add retail) so they understand what the job entails. She said it would make people tip better if nothing else. ( )
  AWahle | May 31, 2018 |
A good read, along the lines of Bossypants. ( )
  annhepburn | Mar 4, 2018 |
I love Judy Greer's characters! Whether it's 13 Going on 30, 27 Dresses, or the many other movies she's been in, her "best friend" character brings an extra depth to the movie, and usually much needed snark. Her books does the same. In it, she is funny, witty, and down to earth. I enjoyed learning more about her life, and reading how gracefully she accepts that people recognize her, but they aren't quite sure from what. This book is definitely worth a read! ( )
  Bookseiffel | Feb 23, 2018 |
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