Comedienne Roseanne Discusses Her Life and Career.
Comedienne and superstar Roseanne Arnold. Her show "Roseanne" debuted in 1988 and has consistently been a top TV series. She has often made news--she forced out the show's executive producer in a dramatic confrontation, she went public with accusations of incest, she performed a controversial rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner" at a baseball game. In 1989, she published her first book, "Roseanne: My Life as a Woman" which became a best seller. Now she has written "My Lives" (Ballantine Books). In this latest memoir, ROSEANNE discourses on her life since "Roseanne" became a hit. She also writes about her past, her troubles with drugs, with her body image and with the press.
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