One of TV's most familiar faces, Joyce Bulifant releases her memoirs entitled, My Four Hollywood Husbands. A book about a lasting love that is woven through the fabric of the world of entertainment, alcoholism, illiteracy, harassment, co-dependency and family.
"It's about truth…my truth…my perspective," says Ms Bulifant
JOYCE BULIFANT's extensive credits on stage, television and film have made her a familiar face and popular personality. After early days in summer stock and at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City led to regional and Broadway roles in Tall story with Glad Tidings with Diana Barrymore, Auntie Mame with Gypsy Rose Lee, Gentlemen, The Queens with Helen Hayes (Joyce's former mother-in-law), The Paisley Convertible with Sam Waterston, and Bill Bixby, and Whisper to Me, for which she received the Daniel Blum "Theater World Award.”
In addition to an incredible life story filled with never before told entertainment anecdotes behind the scenes and working with Hollywood's elite, it is Ms Bulifant's hope that those reading this love story will have an understanding of the hurtful actions the alcoholic and the co-dependent have upon others and most important the harm that children endure.