Lorna Luft made her television debut singing "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" on her mother's 1963 Christmas special. She has appeared on and off Broadway in Lolita, Promises, Promises, and Snoopy; in national tours of Grease, They're Playing Our Song, and Guys and Dolls; at the Rainbow Room, the Hollywood Bowl, and the White House; in the television series Trapper John, M.D., and Caroline in the City; and as Paulette in the movie Grease 2. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, son, and daughter.
Baltimore Sun A remarkable candid memoir...Luft's own life
is testament to her resilience.
Dallas Morning News Entertaining...a clear-eyed but loving account of the adored mother she lost.
Houston Chronicle The first gripping, factual acount of the life and times of the late, great Judy Garland and her children.
New York Post A loving memory of growing up in a dysfunctional household.
USA Today Remarkable.
Newark Star Ledger Other biographies have documented Garland's spectacular descent, but this is the first view from inside the tornado...Harrowing.