The author worked steadily in Hollywood from 1991-2003 as a writers’ and producer’s assistant, switch board operator, casting receptionist, executive secretary, hardware lease administrator, newsletter writer, and website creator, very often while “floating” – serving as a “temp” secretary or assistant in Production or Administration. While she hardly set Hollywood on fire (in a high-profile way), she achieved goals through dogged determination, a wildly contagious sense of the absurd, and lots of hard work. If your dreams include working in Hollywood, this book reveals one laugh-a-minute avenue for getting your foot in the door, and provides ample evidence that you don’t have to be perfect (by a long shot) to be valued in – and valuable to – the entertainment industry.
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