‘One Hundred Brushes With Fame: My 50 Years of Celebrities ‘ By Ruthe Macris

A movie writer for the San Francisco Chronicle for 50 years looks back on her hundreds of interviews with movie stars and writes her memories of the time spent with them alone in a room. Her goal is to make readers feel the way she did hearing Renee Zellweger, fresh from a love scene with Tom Cruise, , blurt out, “People are out of their minds if they think he is gay.” To quotes like these, the author adds her impressions of celebrities she has et, answering the question friends often ask: “What was Tom Hanks or Oprah or Madonna really like?”

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