Marilyn Michaels, America’s premier woman of a thousand faces and voices, will join us this weekend on TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing Mar. 15-17 at the following times and venues:
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From the time she starred as Fanny Brice in the national company production of Funny Girl, Marilyn Michaels has brought her gift for satire and her powerful singing style to such diverse venues as Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and London, while she has appeared countless times on television throughout her career, including just about every major late night talk show, daytime talk show, cable talk show, variety show and variety special ever made.
Some of you might remember Marilyn Michaels for the popular ad campaign and TV commercials that she did, along with Rich Little, for Diet 7Up—while, if you’re like me, you immediately think her as one of the stars of the Emmy-nominated series The Kopykats (ABC, 1972). Marilyn Michaels will join us in our second hour.
Marilyn Michaels’ new book, How Not to Cook for The Rest of Your Life, is not a cookbook, but it does offer a recipe on how to decide what you want to do in life without breaking your bank account or compromising your values. It’s also rich with stories about Marilyn’s encounters with Barbra Streisand, Sammy Davis Jr., Woody Allen, Orson Welles, Liza Minnelli, Burt Reynolds, Joan Crawford, Joan Fontaine, Bette Davis, Howard Stern, Ethel Merman, Julie Andrews, Carol Channing, Jerry Lewis, Donald Trump, and many, many others. Autographed editions of How Not to Cook for The Rest of Your Life are available directly through MarilynMichaels.com.
This week’s show will also include a tribute to Katherine Helmond, the actress known to TV audiences as Jessica Tate on Soap and the matriarch on Who’s the Boss?
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