Rona Barrett

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Veteran entertainment reporter whose 30-plus years covering Hollywood blazed the trail for all who followed. In her new one woman show, Rona Barrett: Nothing But the Truth, she reflects on her legendary interviews and experiences in the business. The proceeds will benefit her foundation serving low income seniors.

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