Hello Mama Goodbye: Memories of a Caregiver
Billie Biederman, a native New Yorker, had youthful dreams of a life on the stage. Almost all of her jobs were in show business, on both coasts, albeit behind the scenes. In her early twenties she supported herself by organizing the files of comedy writers which almost cost her her sense of humor. Her sixteen-year work experience in an exclusive talent management agency (whose clients included Carol Burnett, Hugh Downs, Arlene Francis, Bess Myerson, Jonathan Winters and other luminaries in theater, television, and film) prepared her to strike out on her own as an independent Personal Manager, representing young hopefuls and established performers. At that time she also chose to undertake the care of her beloved, aging mother. This led her to the deeply emotional and spiritual journey that served to transform her as a daughter, a woman, a writer and storyteller. “Hello Mama Goodbye” is to be followed by “LUDLOW STREET,” an endearing historic account of Billie’s childhood on the Lower East Side. She also intends to publish the numerous essays that are proliferating on her computer, under several titles.
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