Hollywood Gomorrah by Skip E. Lowe

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Skip E. Lowe's memoirs of growing up in Hollywood, traveling all over the world as an entertainer and hobnobbing with the rich and famous. Sexual romps and heartbreaking adventures, this is a memorable, sexy, and poignant look at the lives of the stars when the camera is turned off. Follow the remarkable adventures of Skip E. Lowe through the glory of early Hollywood, New York, Europe, multiple wars, decades of globe-trotting, and non-stop sexual adventures. Artist salons with Paul Bowles, Truman Capote, and Tennessee Williams... buying produce for Marlon Brando, showering with James Dean, crashing with Barbara Hutton in Tangiers, cooking for Troy Donahue- here is a funny, poignant, and sexy look at the real people behind the celebrity names- from someone who partied, sheltered, and jumped in bed with the best of them. At times outrageously shocking, at times painfully touching, this a memorable read if you have ever wondered about the lives of the Hollywood stars.
 

About Skip E. Lowe

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Skip E. Lowe started in Hollywood's golden era as a child actor, then worked as a comic in New York, and entertained the troops in WW2 and Viet Nam. With a lifetime of working in Hollywood, he has seen everything and interviewed the biggest names. He has the longest running cable show in the history of television, Skip E. Lowe Looks at Hollywood- currently in its 42nd year.
 
Published June 4, 2014 259 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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