Whoopi Goldberg by James Robert Parrish
Her Journey from Poverty to Megastardom

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This insightful biography traces the life and career of Whoopi Goldberg, exploring what makes her tick, how her irreverent and impressible persona gets her into trouble, why she is is such a workaholic, and how this unconventional actress has earned an unexpected reputation as a femme fatale photos, many in color.
 

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Published December 1, 1997 by Birch Lane Pr. 390 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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The tone for this cut-and-paste celebrity bio of comedian and film star Whoopi Goldberg is set by the first chapter, an extended account of the infamous Friar's Club roast of Goldberg at which Ted Dan

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The tone for this cut-and-paste celebrity bio of comedian and film star Whoopi Goldberg is set by the first chapter, an extended account of the infamous Friar's Club roast of Goldberg at which Ted Danson, her then-lover, appeared in blackface and told racially and sexually offensive jokes.

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