Told with insight, wit and disarming frankness, Untied is the eye-opening and inspiring life of a beloved television actress who has finally come into her own. Meredith Baxter's warmth, humor, and brilliant smile made her one of the most popular women on television. Yet her success masked a tumultuous personal story. For the first time, Baxter is ready to share her incredible highs (working with Robert Redford, Doris Day, Lana Turner, and the cast of Family Ties) and lows (a thorny relationship with her mother, a difficult marriage, and a bout with breast cancer), finally revealing the woman behind the image.
"Published in 2011 by arrangement with Crown Publishing"--T.p. verso.
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