Pat Crowley Plans To Write Tell All

Pat Crowley's career spans Broadway, films, summer stock and several soaps. She is remembered by many for her role as Joan Nash on the comedy series, PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAISIES. Now she is writing a memoir about her experiences.

She will be reminiscing about her career with author/writer Barbara Roisman Cooper. The book will be titled, "Forever Female," which refers to Pat’s very first film, in which she starred with Holden and Rogers when she was barely out of her teens. “There’s so much to tell, beginning with my childhood in the coal mining town of Olyphant, Pennsylvania, to entertaining Elvis Presley at our home in Los Angeles,” she said. Roisman Cooper met Crowley when she was writing the autobiography of actress Anna Lee, who for 25 years played Lila Quartermaine on ABC's daytime mega hit GENERAL HOSPITAL. "Anna Lee: Memoir of a Life on General Hospital and in Film" was published by McFarland Publishers, Inc.

On daytime, Crowley, now 79, starred in GENERATIONS as Rebecca Whitmore and later took a role on PORT CHARLES. She appeared in THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL a few years ago.

In primetime, she had roles on MELROSE PLACE, DYNASTY and BEVERLY HILLS, 90210.

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