From her stints on everything from “Entertainment Tonight” to “America Now,” Leeza Gibbons, 55, is a familiar face across America. Behind the scenes, Gibbons also is an activist. After her family’s experience with her mother’s and grandmother’s Alzheimer’s disease, the South Carolina native created the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation and its signature programs, Leeza’s Place and Leeza’s Care Connection, which offer free services for family caregivers.
If that weren’t enough, the industrious Gibbons also is an author — her latest book, “Take 2: Your Guide to Creating Happy Endings and New Beginnings,”
is out in bookstores today. As she explains it, the book helps people take creative control over their own lives. Many stars have raved about the book, including Gibbons’ friend Olivia Newton-John, who said “I know Leeza is a master of starting over because I’ve seen her do it! In this book, she takes her real life experiences in career, life and love and shares her wisdom as a girlfriend who really cares.”
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