Christina Crawford

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The adopted daughter of legendary screen queen Joan Crawford DID become a succesful actress in the 60s & 70s. But she is far-best remembered as the author of the searing, exploitive biography of her alcoholic, abusive mother in the 1978 bestseller Mommie Dearest. After touring the world on the talk-show circuit, defending her claims of being a victim of child abuse, Christina suffered a near-fatal stroke in 1981. After the film of the same title, based on her book, became a “midnight cult movie” sensation Christina dissapeared from the public to focus her energies on her own recovery and self-discovery!

Where are they now?

Christina made a complete recovery from her stroke and following the demise of her second marriage to producer David Koontz settled in the mid-west to own and operate a bed & breakfast on a horse farm. Christina still continues to lecture to childrens & victims rights and appears occasionally in celebrity functions.


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1 Mommie Dearest Mommie Dearest $21.49
2 Survivor: A Memoir Survivor: A Memoir $10.99

One response to “Christina Crawford”

  1. diane mousette says:

    i thinks you are a very brave and courageous have done well in your life and have educated people on the issue child abuse.

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