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Adrienne Barbeau On "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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Uploaded with ImageShack.us Actress and author Adrienne Barbeau joins us to discuss her latest book "Love Bites" on sale August 31st. Adrienne rocketed to fame as Bea Arthur's daughter, Carol, in the smash hit TV series "Maude". Since then she has become a best selling author, a recording artist, and the star of numerous features, films for television, concert performances, musicals and plays. Movie fans know her best for her performances in The Fog, Escape From New York, Creepshow, Swamp Thing, Back to School, and Cannonball Run. Her recent films include Reach for Me, with Seymour Cassell and Alfre Woodard; the award winning drama Deception; and the award winning “zombie film” Alice Jacobs is Dead. Adrienne has a Golden Globe nomination and over 450 screen performances to her credit. Lifetime Network audiences can see her in the oft-repeated Shattered Hearts and Drew Carey fans know her as Oswald’s mom. She starred as Ruthie, the Snake Dancer, on HBO’s fascinating series, Carnivale. Recently, she guest starred on Grey’s Anatomy, Dexter, Cold Case, and The New Adventures of Old Christine, and she has just joined the cast of General Hospital for her first foray into daytime television. Off camera, Adrienne is the voice of Catwoman in Batman, The Animated Series, Ms. Simone in Scooby-Do on Zombie Island, and Scooter’s Mom in the 3-D animated film Fly Me To The Moon. She can be heard in a myriad of video games: God of War and Batman, Arkham Asylum among them. Adrienne is the author of three books: the best-selling memoir There Are Worse Things I Could Do; Vampyres of Hollywood; and the upcoming Love Bites. Please visit Adrienne's official site at http://www.abarbeau.com/

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