I’ll Scream Later
Posted by ridor9th on April 24, 2009
I went to a local bookstore to skim the latest book by Marlee matlin. No, I did not buy the book but yes, I finished reading it in 2 hours at the bookstore.
Boy, Matlin is one big drama queen. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
Among some interesting information:
She was molested by a neighborhood female babysitter. Female! She was taken advantage by a teacher at a local high school who also cheated on his wife as well.
William Hurt and she frequently engaged in physical confrontations — that was one lame-assed and tiresome tale throughout the book. I’m like, “Just. Fucking. Dump. Him. Already!”
Just like Deaf people needs to dump the fucktard Barry Sewell.
I’m surprised that Marlee Matlin chose not to mention the birthday fiasco caused by Terrylene whom barged in Matlin’s surprise party to blast her for not inviting her in the first place. Actually, it was Ken Elks who organized the party but he neglected to include Terrylene who in the process blamed Matlin. This is one of several infamous rumors in Los Angeles that I heard of.
I thought Marlee was an outstanding actress from day one. So when William Hurt took a swipe at her that she needs to go to NYU to study in acting few hours after she won the Oscars. Ouch! That was pathetic of Hurt to do that.
Yes, it is true that I absolutely hated Matlin’s selection of a dress which she wore to pick up the Best Actress Award — it was hideous and she eventually landed on the Worst Dressed List. Next time, dump the glasses, Marlee!
It was quite touching to read about Marlee’s relationship with Henry Winkler. It appears that Henry kinda became Marlee’s surrogate father when she lived in Los Angeles. The sight of him tumbling down the stairs in his underwear must be something else to see! Lucky her.
Did you know that when Marlee and Richard Dean Anderson chatted, he asked her to sit with him under the dining table, just to chat with her?! That’s pretty unique and cool, is it?!
The book is truly charming. But there is always buts, right?
For years, I always felt that Marlee’s so-called best friend, manager and interpreter, Jack Jason, himself CODA has manipulated, controlled and steered Marlee’s life around the world. There was something about Jack Jason that my guts was warning me from day one. For years, my guts said that Jack Jason is not exactly the professional interpreter — he’s in to control her life completely.
After reading the book, I’m convinced that yes, Jack Jason is controlling Marlee from day one. My guts said that Jack Jason has supplied Marlee with one-sided view of things within Hollywood and Deaf Community. And after reading the book, it was confirmed.
You know how it goes with the CODAs, they tend to take over and control the situations out of their bad habits with their parents and it was evident that Marlee gathered the majority of information about Deaf people through Jack Jason.
What Marlee needs to do is to phase Jack Jason out of her life or minimize Jack’s manipulations, at least.
Oh, when Marlee was interviewed on CBS’ Early Morning or whatever — did you see this African-American anchorwoman telling Jack Jason that Marlee does not need to know about what she said to the viewers regarding the next topic when they shall cover after returning from the commercials? Robin Roberts, the African-American anchorwoman, was telling Jack Jason that Marlee does not need to know what she was going to speak to the viewers about the next segment! Don’t you get it, folks?
I’m surprised that Marlee did not get offend by that and there was no uproar from Deaf people all over the country about what this anchorwoman said to Marlee.
I guess, we were too busy watching Barry Sewell attacking Ella Mae Lentz repeatedly, eh?