Pam Grier rose to fame in the early 1970’s with a trio of films and has kept her career alive with various movie and television appearances. Her new book “Foxy, My Life in 3 Acts” gives a candid portrayal of life growing up in a different time period and what has made her the strong woman she is today.
Jerry Nunn: Hi, Pam. I have been reading your book. It is so well written.
Pam Grier: Oh my God, I really worked on my dangling participles, thank you. It really was an arduous project. I don’t think everyone is running to write a book because you have to revisit so many instances and circumstances. I had to pick myself up off the floor again.
JN: You definitely did some revisiting.
PG: I didn’t want it to be a rambling saga. I don’t know how many other autobiographies of celebrities and politicians with various statures in the community I picked up their books to see how they structured their memoirs. I had to do something that would really represent my work. I wanted it to have a beginning, middle and an end. I wrote it like a screenplay because there was so much information.
JN: You had to cover your whole life.
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