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Lucie Arnaz On Demand
by Betty Jo Tucker

Movie Addict Headquarters proudly presents an ON DEMAND interview with singer/actress Lucie Arnaz from May 15 through May 21 on BlogTalkRadio. During this popular episode, Lucie discusses her diverse career in films, television, live theater and as a recording artist. Clearly, with Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball for parents, Lucie has showbiz in her blood!  Listeners can hear this entertaining interview at any time during the week of May 15th by clicking on the link at the end of this article.

Lucie’s CD, “Latin Roots,” showcases her marvelous vocal talents -- which she probably inherited from her father. As an actress, Lucie boasts several films to her credit, including co-starring with Neil Diamond in Jazz Singer and playing key roles in The Pack, Wild Seven, Down to You, Second Thoughts and Billy Jack Goes to Washington.

On television, Lucie portrayed Elizabeth Short in the film Who Killed the Black Dahlia? and appeared in other TV movies as well as in such series as Law & Order, Murder She Wrote, The Lucie Arnaz Show, The Lucy Show and Here’s Lucy. She also wowed audiences on Broadway in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Lost in Yonkers and They’re Playing Our Song. Lucie has brought many famous roles to life on stage, including Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Daisy Mae in Lil Abner and Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun.

Lucie and her husband, Larry Luckinbill, formed ArLuck Entertainment, which produced the Emmy award-winning documentary, Lucy & Desi: A Home Movie. Their company also published two CD-ROMS -- Lucy & Desi: The Scrapbooks and How to Save Your Family History: A 10-Step Guide by Lucie Arnaz -- as well as produced An Evening with Lucille Ball: Thank You for Asking, a one-woman show co-written and directed by Lucie Arnaz.

HOST: Betty Jo Tucker

CO-HOST: James Colt Harrison

PRODUCER: Nikki Starr


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