WHAT BECOMES A LEGEND MOST?

 

I recently filmed a documentary about makeup for the A&E Channel. The documentary is called "Hope In A Bottle."
They dolled me up like the legendary Joan Crawford. Funny how that happens!


Here I am with some real legends.

In Los Angeles with Holland Taylor and funny girl Mimi Hines.

In New York with two time Oscar nominee, touching and hilarious Sylvia Miles.

Hanging out in Washington, D.C. with Richard Chamberlain.

Backstage in NYC with makeup legend Polly Bergen and handsome, dear James
Mitchell, Palmer Courtlandt, Sr. from "All My Children," Paul Boray in
Vincente Minnelli's "The Band Wagon," and Dream Curly in the movie "Oklahoma."

My meek maid John Epperson looking painfully thin in Santa Monica, 1995, with
horror movie Barbara Steele (Mario Bava's "Black Sunday," Fellini's "8 1/2"
and Dr. Julia Hoffmann in the late night "Dark Shadows" from a few years ago)
and Curtis Harrington who directed one of my favorite movies, "Games," with
Simone Signoret.

Fighting over Oscar with local D.C. rock and roll legend Ian Svenonius!


What Do Legends Become?
Tammy And The Lyp
Hollywood Screwballs
Caged and boxed celebrities
early 2000 antics
me and my infamous friends
fashion, fun and fanatacism
Chillin' with Puff Lyppy
Lypsinka and Faye Dunaway tete-a-tete at the 25th anniversary screening of "Chinatown".
At the premiere screening of "Scandalous Me: The Jacqueline Susann Story."