Vicki!: the true-life adventures of Miss Fireball

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Simon & Schuster, May 1, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 238 pages
3 Reviews
Since emerging as a smash hit on The Carol Burnett Show more than 25 years ago, Vicki Lawrence has been one of TV's most enduring stars. Here she offers the warm, funny, inspiring story of her rich, eventful life. 32 pages of photos.

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User Review  - Amy Dingman rush - Goodreads

Although Vicki didn't have as colorful a childhood as Carol Burnett (which I'm sure she was thankful for), it wasn't an easy one. This autobiography is interesting as it not only gives readers a glimpse into Vicki's life, but also into The Carol Burnett Show and beyond. Read full review

Review: Vicki!: The True-Life Adventures of Miss Fireball

User Review  - Dale Stonehouse - Goodreads

Her writing is every bit as funny as her comedy roles, and not taking life too seriously is a gift to be admired. Anyone who liked her acting will love this book; an added bonus is the story of her number-one pop music hit "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia." Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments 13
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Miss Fireball
37
From Seaweed to Sis
64
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Marc Eliot is the "New York Times" bestselling author of more than a dozen books on popular culture, among them the highly acclaimed biography "Cary Grant," the award-winning "Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince," "Down 42nd Street," "Take It from Me" (with Erin Brockovich), "Down Thunder Road: The Making of Bruce Springsteen," "To the Limit: The Untold Story of the Eagles," and "Death of a Rebel," He has been featured in many documentaries about film and music and has written on the media and popular culture for numerous publications, including "Penthouse," "L.A. Weekly," and "California" magazine. He divides his time among New York City; Woodstock, New York; and Los Angeles. Visit him at marceliot.net.

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