Carol Burnett's memoir has been penned and promoted. The seventy-six-years-young comedienne, actress, and singer just finished a new book entitled "The Time Together: Laughter and Reflection." The memoir describes her rise to fame, her successes as a performer, and an inside glimpse of her heart and intimate relationships.
The memoir mentions the massively appealing variety show headlined by the hilarious redhead called "The Carol Burnett Show" that aired from 1967 until 1978. Burnett admits within her book: "I’m a live-theater performer," and compares her show to "a Broadway musical-comedy revue a week.”
Cast mates Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, Lucille Ball, and Julie Andrews are also mentioned as dear friends in Burnett's memoir. The book offers a behind the scenes recollection of Burnett's rise from an alcoholic family to one of Hollywood's funniest women of all time.