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My Four Hollywood Husbands Paperback – October 5, 2017
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Most beloved for her roles in The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Bonanza, Love Thy Neighbor, and Match Game, Joyce Bulifant has been in dozens of films and television shows. Outside of her on-stage career, Joyce has devoted much of her life to campaigning for children's rights as Executive Vice President of The Dyslexia Foundation and founder of the Hans Christian Anderson Award which recognizes dyslexics who made a positive contribution to society, including recipient Oscar winner Whoopi Goldberg. Joyce’s real life was no less dramatic than her role as an actress, and her upcoming memoir, My Four Hollywood Husbands is a love story interwoven with the golden age of televison and her marriages to four different Hollywood husbands, including Hawaii Five-O’s James MacArthur and William Asher (Emmy-winning director of I Love Lucy and Bewitched)— all of them notorious alcoholics. The book details Joyce’s struggle with co-dependency and the affect of alcoholism on her and her children against the background of her glamorous life in theater and television. Ultimately, it is a story of triumph, of renewed courage and finding happiness, told in Bulifant's signature humorous and self-deprecating way.
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What a remarkable life! To be surrounded by some of the most famous celebrities and artists of the last century would be exciting enough, but to be able to hold your own and succeed despite those very same individuals takes one heck of a woman. And she accomplished this without the help of hashtags and social media.
So many people out there long for the “good old days” when everyone seemed to have a drink in one hand and a clever retort in the other. Ms. Bulifant pulls back the curtain to remind us that there was much more sadness, heartbreak and pain behind there than we want to admit. It may have been glamorous and chic at the beginning of the night, but as the bottles got emptier, so did some people.
Ms. Bulifant is a survivor but not bitter and broken like so many others. She has wonderful stories and heartfelt memories to remind us that there is a whole bunch of good still out there.
For those of us who remember those golden days of Broadway and 60’s and 70’s TV, this book is a goldmine of anecdotes and adventures. You will love it.