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Renée Taylor: My Life on a Diet
You may know her as Silvia Fine, Fran Drescher’s hilariously overbearing mother on The Nanny. Younger audiences may know her as the voice of Linda Belcher’s hysterically overbearing mom on Bob’s Burgers, or as Ted Mosby’s nosey neighbor on How I Met Your Overbearing Mother. But before she was stealing sitcoms playing moms, Renée slayed as an NYC standup in the ’60s, played Eva Braun in 1968’s The Producers, and pocketed an Oscar nod for the Broadway-smash-turned-hit-movie, Lovers and Other Strangers, co-starring her devoted husband of 47 years, Joseph Bologna. In My Life on a Diet, Renée’s rollicking one-woman live memoir, the showbiz legend regales fans with rich stories and juicy gossip from her 60-plus years in showbiz, with a focus upon her misadventures in dieting. Throughout the show, which is co-written and directed by hubby Joe, Renée dishes out the hilariously bad dieting advice she received from a legion of legends, including Marilyn Monroe (grapes and vaseline), Grace Kelly (yogurt and water), Joan Crawford (probably booze), and Marlon Brando (horse heads). This rip-roaring yet sweetly intimate trip down memory lane delivers loads of laughs and insight, not only for longtime fans of Renée but for all fans of Hollywood nostalgia.