As the lyrics from the iconic Mary Tyler Moore Show said, “She made it after all!”
From a Midwest town, our speaker, Susan Silver, went on to a successful career as one of the first women writers in TV sitcoms with credits like The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Maude, Bob Newhart, among others. With her new Show Biz memoir, Hot Pants In Hollywood, Silver delves into such issues as divorce, dating, aging parents and advice for the young women of today.
There will be a book signing following this event.
Born in Milwaukee, trailblazing comedy writer and cultural commentator Susan Silver has written for The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Bob Newhart Show, Maude, The Partridge Family and Square Pegs.
2017 Women’s Joint Opening Luncheon
The Women’s Joint Opening Luncheon is a popular annual event co-hosted by the Jewish Foundation of Greensboro and the Greeensboro Jewish Federation. We hope you will join us on August 16 for an amazing program, a delicious lunch and a chance to see old friends and meet new ones!
100 Bay St, Sausalito, CA 94965
As the lyrics from the iconic Mary Tyler Moore Show said, “She made it after all!” From another Midwest town, Milwaukee, with all its Sixties’ values and normalcy, Susan Silver went on to fame and fortune in Hollywood, had a successful career as one of the first women in TV sitcoms, and reinvented herself in different prominent arenas in New York.
Though her story is unique, due to the career she chose, her life is relatable to all women; Baby Boomers dealing with divorce, dating, aging parents, or young women of today, looking for advice in work or love. If you love Show Biz and want to know what it’s like behind the scenes, Hot Pants in Hollywood is very funny…sexy too!
Susan Silver wrote many sitcoms and movies of the week, two of which were top ten Nielsen rated. Currently, she does radio commentary and lectures on comedy.
Whitefish Bay native and one of the original writers on The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Explorer Books in Aspen
“The Debbie Nigro Show”
Listen to Susan here! 04/07/17
The Elite To The Street A Fun Ride!
Weekdays 10-11am Eastern
News Talk AM 1490 WGCH Or WGCH.com
Monday, March 6, 2017, at 2pm
The Mentor Project, Panel
92nd St. Y
Himan Brown Center
Deborah Heiser, PhD, will discuss emotional growth and generativity in later life. She will be joined by Belle Frank and Susan Silver, who provide insights into making life meaningful through mentorship.
It is never too late to find meaning in life. It is never too late to benefit from mentoring others. Learn how the saying “Tis Better to Give than to Receive” is actually true, and can lead to a healthier, happier life.