Joshua Jackson: An Unauthorized Biography

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St. Martin's Publishing Group, Oct 15, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 145 pages

As Pacey Witter on the hit TV show Dawson's Creek, actor Joshua Jackson is a loner--introspective, quick with a quip, and willing to follow his heart rather than follow the crowd. In real life, Joshua is a lot like his character, except when it comes to success. While Pacey is a bit of an underachiever, Joshua, in his early twenties, has already hit it big, with nearly twenty film credits to his name, including such hits as The Mighty Ducks, Urban Legend, Cruel Intentions, Apt Pupil and more recently Gossip and Skulls. What's in store for Joshua's future? Does he hang with his fellow DC stars off the set? Is there a special woman in his life? Get all the fun facts and fascinating answers about Joshua Jackson in this awesome biography.

 

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Contents

Title Page
Chapter two Lucky Duck
Chapter three High School and Other Distractions
Chapter four Movie Madness
Chapter five On His
Chapter six Life in Turnaround
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

ELINA FURMAN is a thirtysomething author, lecturer and consultant living in New York City. She has written and cowritten over 20 books, including Kiss and Run: The Single, Picky and Indecisive Girl's Guide to Overcoming Her Fear of Commitment (Fireside, 07), Boomerang Nation: How to Survive Living with Your Parents the Second Time Around (Fireside, 05), The Everything After College Book (Adams Media, 1998), Generation Inc.: 100 Best Businesses for Young Entrepreneurs (Putnam Berkley, 2000), The Everything Dating Book (Adams Media, 1999), and Reconcilable Differences: 7 Essential Tips for Remaining Together from a Top Matrimonial Lawyer (Simon and Schuster, 2002).

Furman has appeared on over 100 television and radio shows, such as The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS's The Early Show, New York Weekend Today, Geraldo at Large, CNBC On the Money, CNNfn's Entrepreneurs Only, Good Day Philadelphia, and the BBC Network. Frequently quoted in newspapers and magazines, her books have been featured in Time magazine, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, USA Today, The Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly, Cosmopolitan, Chicago Tribune, and Fortune.

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