Synopses & Reviews
From andlt;iandgt;Children of a Lesser God andlt;/iandgt;to andlt;iandgt;Dancing with the Starsandlt;/iandgt;, to andlt;iandgt;Switched at Birthandlt;/iandgt;, Academy Awardand#8211; and Golden Globeand#8211;winning actress Marlee Matlin shares her incredible life story in a moving and often surprising memoir, andlt;iandgt;Iand#8217;ll Scream Later.andlt;/iandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;More than twenty years after becoming the youngest woman to win a Best Actress Oscar for her stunning performance as Sarah Norman, the pupil-turned-custodian at a school for the Deaf in andlt;iandgt;Children of a Lesser Godandlt;/iandgt;, Marlee Matlin continues to be an inspirational force of nature. A working mother, wife, activist, and role model, she takes readers on the frank and touching journey of her life, from the sudden and permanent loss of her hearing at eighteen months old to the highs and lows of Hollywood, her battles with addiction, and the unexpected challenges of being thrust into the spotlight as an emissary for the Deaf community. With uncompromising honesty, she reveals the shocking incidents of molestation that took her years to reconcile; her passionate and tumultuous relationship with Oscar winner William Hurt; her romances with Rob Lowe, Richard Dean Anderson, and David E. Kelley; and much more. As fresh and invigorating as her memorable television roles on andlt;iandgt;Seinfeldandlt;/iandgt;, andlt;iandgt;The West Wingandlt;/iandgt;, andlt;iandgt;The L Wordandlt;/iandgt;, and her dazzling turn on andlt;iandgt;Dancing with the Starsandlt;/iandgt;, Marlee Matlinand#8217;s self-portrait captures the chutzpah and humor of a celebrated actress who continues to defy all expectations.
The compelling memoir of the Academy Award-winning actress, role model for 30 million deaf and hard of hearing people, and inspiration.