For Justine Bateman, fame came fast back in 1982, when she was cast at age 16 in the hit NBC sitcom 'Family Ties'. In her new book ‘Fame: The Hijacking of Reality,’ Bateman doesn’t hold back about the ups and downs of sudden fame--and the gradual loss of fame. She tells us why she felt compelled to write this book now and about going to UCLA in her 40’s to get a degree in computer science. Plus, a lightning round of banter for a newsy week.
Justine Bateman on her new book, ‘Fame: The Hijacking of Reality'
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Hollywood news banter
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