Making a Miracle (Paperback)Hunter Tylo (author)
Paperback 16 Pages / Published: 22/03/2000
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Twice chosen for "People" magazine's "The 50 Most Beautiful People in the World" feature, and widely hailed as the most captivating actress on daytime television, Hunter Tylo may seem untouchable, a star out of our orbit. Nothing, as she reveals in this candid autobiography, could be further from the truth. This is the story of a down-to-earth woman -- mother, wife, and friend -- whose grace and class in the face of extraordinary challenges are an inspiration. Meet the real Hunter Tylo and get to know a remarkable person. As Dr. Taylor Hayes, the sexy psychiatrist of CBS's "The Bold and the Beautiful" -- seen by 350 million daily viewers worldwide -- Hunter brings to life a complex character whose "compassion can sometimes turn to passion," as the actress describes her; it is this quality that exemplifies Hunter's life as well: she has emerged as a woman whose understated strength turns obstacles into triumphs. Here at last, Hunter tells the complete story of her successful court battle against the producers of "Melrose Place," who had fired her before she appeared in a single episode because she became pregnant. But Hunter's motherhood odyssey has taken dramatic twists more heart-wrenching than any television drama. For the first time, Hunter tells the story of her infant daughter Katya's rare eye cancer -- and how her deeply rooted Christian faith has seen her through the ordeal. With honesty and without pretension, Hunter Tylo also takes chances in "Making A Miracle" -- by revealing much that her millions of fans do not yet know, including a personal crisis that left her to make a choice no woman should have to make. Reading these candid revelations, you maycome to see Hunter Tylo in a new light -- and perhaps understand more of who she is and what forces motivate her every day. Beyond the glamour of stardom and celebrity, "Making A Miracle" is a story about motherhood; for Hunter Tylo, it is the role of a lifetime.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Number of pages: 16
Weight: 1 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 x 30 mm
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