BACKSTAGE at The Price Is Right: Memoirs of a Barker Beauty, See what EXTRA TV Show has to say about this new, exciting tell-all.
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An intimate glimpse into Bradley’s ten-year run on The Price Is Right... “I always prayed for a career in television that would pay well, required no more than six to eight hours of work per day, and had little dialogue to memorize. My career prayers would ultimately be answered — but not without a Price.”
The beautiful, talented actress, singer, and model Kathleen Bradley made history as the first African-American model to join ranks with Barker's Beauties in the fall of 1990 on The Price Is Right, America’s number-one-rated TV game show. She enjoyed the fame and admiration as she basked in the limelight for ten years, but although she was no novice to the entertainment world, nothing could have prepared her for Backstage at The Price Is Right.
As a pioneer in television game show history, Bradley takes readers on a first-class tour from the parking lot at CBS Television Studio City in Hollywood, through the artists' entrance, to the production meetings, rehearsals, wardrobe, and straight to the “lights, camera, and action!” She reveals the catfights, the betrayals, dirty little secrets, the depositions and lawsuits, the ugly truth, and the reality of what went on behind the scenes before and after the cameras rolled. With a humorous, entertaining, yet gritty revelation, Bradley presents an exposé of the hypocrisy, sexism, and racism she experienced while working on the show. This is her story as only she can tell it.