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Author: Desmond Atholl,Michael Cherkinian,Eileen Fulton
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Title: As My World Still Turns: The Uncensored Memoirs of America's Soap Opera Queen
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Publisher: Birch Lane Pr; First Edition edition (May 1, 1995)
Pages: 256

As My World Still Turns: The Uncensored Memoirs of America's Soap Opera Queen by Desmond Atholl,Michael Cherkinian,Eileen Fulton



Before Susan Lucci there was Eileen Fulton, the first actress to ever play a total bitch on a daytime soap opera. In "As My World Still Turns" Eileen discusses, in great detail, her life as a television and stage actress as well as touching on some personal matters, such as being married over five times and having an endless amount of lovers.

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1995) The Uncensored Memoirs of America's Soap Opera Queen A non fiction book by Eileen Fulton. Scheming Lisa from As the World Turns tells fans about her life on television and about her eventful real life, one that has been as dramatic as any soap opera, in a collection of candid, hilarious, and emotional stories. Used availability for Eileen Fulton's As My World Still Turns. June 1996 : USA Paperback.

Scheming Lisa from As the World Turns tells fans about her life on television and about her eventful real life, one that has been as dramatic as any soap opera, i. .For 35 years, Fulton has played the scheming Lisa on As the World Turns.

9 Fulton, Eileen, with Desmond Atholl and Michael Cherkinian. As My World Still Turns: The Uncensored Memoirs of America’s Soap Opera Queen. New York: Birch Lane Press, 1995, ix-xi. 10 Tribute to 50 Years on Television: As the World Turns. Museum of Television and Radio event. 11 The only characters to be on television longer, such as Nancy and Bob Hughes and Lisa Miller, were already adults at their debut. 6. of the Tom Hughes character can thus provide a lens to view both the trajectory of the soap opera genre and the changes in the audience and the culture that.

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Eileen Fulton; with Desmond Atholl; Michael Cherkinian. As My World Still Turns: The Uncensored Memoirs of America's Soap Opera Queen. Carol Publishing Group. Below are references indicating presence of this name in another database or other reference material. Most of the sources listed are encyclopedic in nature but might be limited to a specific field, such as musicians or film directors

Eileen Fulton, Actress: As the World Turns. Eileen Fulton was born on September 13, 1933 in Asheville, North Carolina, USA as Margaret Elizabeth McLarty. She is an actress, known for As the World Turns (1956), Our Private World (1965) and Girl of the Night (1960). Release of her book, "As My World Still Turns: America's Soap Opera Queen Tells Her Own Story" by Eileen with Desmond Atholl and Michael Cherkinian.

Eileen Fulton was born on September 13, 1933 in Asheville, North Carolina, USA as Margaret Elizabeth McLarty. She is an actress, known for As the World Turns (1956), The Signs of the Cross (2005) and The Drum Beats Twice (2008). 4. Graduated from Greensboro College in Greensboro, North Carolina with a degree in Music. 5. The daughter of a Methodist minister.

As My World Still Turns: The Uncensored Memoirs of America's Soap Opera Queen. Birch Lane Press, 1995. However, one performer has become synonymous with the show: soap opera queen Eileen Fulton, who has been a regular since 1960. Fulton's role is the conniving, oft-married Lisa. Beginning as simply "Lisa Miller," over the years her name has been expanded to "Lisa Miller Hughes Eldridge Shea Colman McColl Mitchell Grimaldi Chedwy. Don MacLaughlin, who played Chris Hughes, was the original cast member who remained longest on the show. Fulton, Eileen, with Desmond Atholl and Michael Cherkinian.

The original conniving vixen of soap operas recounts her thirty-five-year career and life on the set
Reviews: 6
Xtintisha
I love Lisa on ATWT. Eileen Fulton is a very good actress. A great read. You learn more about Lisa and Eileen. I enjoyed the good very much. I got the book through Amazon.
Cel
Bought for my mom she likes it
Saimath
Interesting stories told by Eileen Fulton about her past & present on & off camera; the cover of the book is just a gorgeous picture of her
Tat
As a fan of "As The World Turns" for over 50 years, I enjoyed this book. It was interesting to know what went on behind the scenes with Eileen Fulton and the rest of the cast. Her life has been interesting.
Cozius
Before Susan Lucci there was Eileen Fulton, the first actress to ever play a total bitch on a daytime soap opera. In "As My World Still Turns" Eileen discusses, in great detail, her life as a television and stage actress as well as touching on some personal matters, such as being married over five times and having an endless amount of lovers. However, what readers will find most fascinating are her accounts of how she became Lisa, the character viewers loved to hate on "As the World Turns" since Irna Phillips first introduced her way back in 1960, to her battles with writers, especially Phillips, over the direction her character was going. She writes about how terrified she was in the early days of filming "Turns" when the series aired live five days a week during the sixties and early seventies. She also discusses the times she quit the show over her battles with executives and her distaste for certain storylines, and how, eventually, she always came back to the soap as it was her first love.

Eileen writes a bit about her stage work and her recording career, but for fans of soaps and "As the World Turns" this is a great read and a nice encyclopedia for fans to possess.
Moonworm
I don't watch soaps and have never seen "As The World Turns" so my judgment of this book is strictly on the book itself. I picked it up because of her name -- Fulton is a family name -- and it turns out it's a stage name so we're not kin.
Oddly enough, the book interests me because it's about a world that I find artificial and unappealing, and it certainly confirms my original opinion. Building a career as a stage actress, soap star and nightclub performer (she's also a singer) isn't easy and Eileen Fulton has worked hard to achieve her success. She is content with her successful career and her personal life, although husbands and lovers don't stay around for long. It is her career that she values above all, and that's what she has at the end of the book. It reminds me of an old popular song that Vaughn Monroe used to sing: "Dance ballerina, dance...and never mind the seat that's empty in the second row...."
The book reads like most other star autobiographies -- artificial, like it's written by a professional trying to sound like an amateur. I'd guess that it's ghost written, probably by the same person who wrote Lee Iaccoca's book. It is entertaining, though, and I'm sure it's a valid look at a life dedicated to theater and television.