Georgia Holt, Cher's mother, helped to write this book and it shows. Everything is glossed over or sanitized except for what the awful intrusive fans inflict on the poor little darlings.
Georgia Holt, Cher's mother, helped to write this book and it shows. 4 people found this helpful. Also the section on Jodie Foster was fascinating.
Georgia Holt (born Jackie Jean Crouch; June 9, 1926) is an American singer-songwriter, actress, and model. Holt, Georgia; Quinn, Phyllis; Russell, Sue (1989). Star Mothers – The Moms Behind the Celebrities. She is the mother of singer and actress Cher. New York: St. Martin's Press.
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Georgia Holt, Actress: I Love Lucy. Other Works: Book: "Star Mothers - The Moms Behind the Celebrities" (with Phyllis Quinn and Sue Russell); St. Martin's Press (New York); ISBN: 0312915403. Georgia Holt was born on June 9, 1926 in Kensett, Arkansas, USA as Jackie Jean Crouch. She is an actress, known for I Love Lucy (1951), Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre (1955) and The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1952). Alternate Names: Georgia Pelham.
by Georgia Holt and Sue Russell. This book delves into the childhoods of the world's top celebrities, from the destitute to the very privileged, with information derived from actual interviews of the celebs' mothers and/or mother figures. I found Star Mothers very entertaining, informative, and at times, inspiring. Fascinating, enjoyable and insightful. Published by Thriftbooks.
The mothers of some of the most renowned entertainers discuss their children, themselves, family life, and their hopes and dreams.
Holt, Georgia; Quinn, Phyllis; Russell, Sue (1989). Dance Moms is an US reality television series that debuted on Lifetime on July 13, 2011.
In Star Mothers, Georgia Holt (Cher's ma), Phyllis Quinn (mother of 4 child actors) and reporter Sue Russell team up to investigate what celebrities' moms did to further the careers of their progeny, and with what success. of the movies' depiction of Jewish persons, Patricia Erens's The Jew in American Cinema surveys over 800 films of the 1903-1983 period.
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