WHAT'S IT LIKE TO ACT ALONGSIDE HOLLYWOOD GREATS LIKE GOLDIE HAWN AND WALTER MATTHAU?
Rick Lenz dishes the details in his new insider memoir North of Hollywood
LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 2012 - An intimate, sometimes hilarious, sometimes touching and always honest account of making a living and living life next to Hollywood legends, Rick Lenz finds meaning in the experiences he's had as a successful actor through his new memoir North of Hollywood.
The book is full of anecdotes such as tough guy Al Pacino giving Lenz a gift of sorts, funny lady Lucille Ball being less than humorous with him in a dressing room and recounting his first meeting with Gwyneth Paltrow.
"North of Hollywood concentrates on the part of an actor's story that happens after a person has reached the goal of becoming a working actorthe point when the actor asks himself: How do I keep this from slipping away?" Lenz said.
"Even if as an actor you - unwittingly or not - sought the spotlight, how do you cope with the unnaturalness of it? How do you avoid the convoluted ego-involvement that severely limits so many show business lives?"
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