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I Said Yes to Everything: A Memoir

by Lee Grant

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An Academy Award-winning actress and former Vogue "It Girl" describes her rise to fame and the subsequent destruction of her career caused by being added to the Hollywood blacklist and how she eventually rebuilt her life and career after being exonerated.
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This was a surprisingly interesting book, in part because Grant was blacklisted from television and radio for 12 years and it totally shaped her career and her identity for better and for worse. It's gets a little laundry-listy at some points, but there is just enough dish, it isn't mean and the Shelly Winters anecdotes are awesome.

For a celebrity memoir, I think that's pretty high praise. ( )
  laurenbufferd | Nov 14, 2016 |
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