Coming soon to TV CONFIDENTIAL: Oscar-nominated actress NANCY OLSON LIVINGSTON on why Sunset Boulevard continues to resonate with viewers today; her poignant yet surreal encounter with Nobel Prize winner William Faulkner (and how Bennett Cerf helped make that happen); how her marriages to lyricist Alan Jay Lerner and Capitol Records executive Alan Livingston allowed her to witness the creation of some of the greatest works in American theatre (such as My Fair Lady and Gigi) and the rise of such music stars as The Beach Boys and The Beatles; and the many times in which John F. Kennedy came in and out of her life. Nancy’s memoir, A FRONT ROW SEAT: An Intimate Look at Broadway, Hollywood, and the Age of Glamour, is available in bookstores everywhere through University Press of Kentucky, as well as

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