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Perfection Is Not a Sitcom Mom

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  2 reviews
From the hardscrabble streets of Chicago's south side to the famed Juilliard school to the bright lights of Broadway, I thought I had seen it all. There were crack dealers, understudies who'd put needles in your dance shoes, and backstage cat fights with some of the theatre's most brilliant divas. But through it all I not only survived, I thrived. Then came the chance to b ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published August 19th 2009 by Palamino Productions Inc (first published August 1st 2009)
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11/1: So I've always wondered why there were two mom's on the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and didn't realize that there was drama associated with the switch. Apparently Janet Hubert was railroaded out of Hollywood because of the split up. She certainly has no love lost for Will Smith. I definitely preferred the show when she was the mom, and it will be interesting to hear her take on why she was removed. I'm listening to this as an audiobook where she's the narrator and it's excellent so far. She r ...more
I always wondered what happened to the 1st mother who played Viv Banks on the Fresh Prince. She was beautiful! A great actress. I thought the character carried a lot of personality, and was very down to earth. Now I know. Wow.

Janet does not hold back expressing what she felt, and feels, making it very clear as to exactly what happened. Many thoughts came to me, most moving me to tears, absorbing this deep reflective account of actors, (and I cringed to think this included children), who must han
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