Sharon Gless

Actor and author of “Apparently There Were Complaints: A Memoir”

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In “Apparently There Were Complaints: A Memoir,” actress Sharon Gless reveals stories behind her rise to fame, struggles with alcoholism, and reconciling with family expectations.

Actress Sharon Gless on love, alcoholism, complaints

In “Apparently There Were Complaints: A Memoir,” actress Sharon Gless reveals stories behind her rise to fame, struggles with alcoholism, and reconciling with family expectations.

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