Lucille Ball (1911-1989) was a beloved actress, comedienne, and Hollywood icon. Best known for her eponymous role in the hit 1950s TV sitcom I Love Lucy, she also starred in radio shows and appeared in dozens of films and television shows throughout her career, winning numerous awards, including multiple Emmy Awards, the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award, and in 1987 the Lifetime Achievement Award in Comedy from the American Comedy Awards.
Praise for Love, Lucy
"We watched her, we loved her...Lucy fans will find the book fascinating."-Detroit News
"Her story is one of triumph...a winner."-New York Newsday
"A warm, conversational memoir...Lucille Ball died in 1989, so it's a shock to hear the gleeful, guiless voice of 'America's favorite redhead' ring out with such vitality in an autobiography."-The New York Times Book Review
"An extremely interesting memoir...It's a way to discover first hand what was most important to Lucy-like Desi, her mother, her family and kids, the career, her mentor Lela Rogers-and what was not. She was the geniuine article. So is this book."-Robert Osborne, The Hollywood Reporter