For people familiar with Dolores Fuller only through her work and professional association with notorious '50s film director Edward D. Wood, Jr., Hollywood, Ed Wood and Me (A Fuller Life)
will provide readers with a surprising revelation. Throughout her career, Miss Fuller has proven her talent and versatility in numerous facets of the entertainment industry. From fashion model, dancer and actress to renowned songwriter and talent manager, Dolores Fuller has done it all.
In her autobiography, Miss Fuller speaks honestly and with candor about her many triumphs and the professional disappointments and personal tragedies she has endured, such as her virtual partnership with Ed Wood during the making of his early films, to her painful discovery of Wood's transvestism, and their eventual break-up. Her songwriting for Elvis Presley and discovery and nurturing of such talent as Johnny Rivers, to her heart-breaking experience with Tanya Tucker. Finally, Miss Fuller reveals her true feelings towards Sarah Jessica Parker's unflattering performance of her in Tim Burton's Ed Wood.
Filled with fascinating and humorous anecdotes about the many famous people she has known throughout her long career, Dolores Fuller's autobiography is both informative and a highly entertaining read.