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Name  Leslie Gornstein
Role  Freelance writer
Movies  The Possession

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Books  The A-List Playbook: How to Survive Any Crisis While Remaining Wealthy, Famous, and Most Importantly, Skinny
Similar  Ole Bornedal, Stiles White, Juliet Snowden, Stephen Susco, Kevin Mannis

Leslie Gornstein is a Los Angeles-based freelance entertainment writer and reporter. Gornstein wrote the Answer B!tch column on E! Online from 2004 to 2013. In March 2013, she began a blog and podcast called The Fame Fatale, in which she answers reader questions about Hollywood. She has had shows on XM Satellite and Sirius radio. Gornstein also has a Twitter account, a Facebook profile and a MySpace profile.

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Career

After graduating in 1994 with a B.S. in journalism from Northwestern University, Gornstein started her work as a business reporter. She began covering entertainment news for US Weekly magazine.

Her 2004 Los Angeles Times article "A Jinx in a box?" "chronicled bizarre events associated with a small antique wooden cabinet that had been placed up for sale on eBay". Her story inspired Lionsgate and Sam Raimi's 2012 film The Possession.

Gornstein's work has also appeared in the Associated Press, Crain's Chicago Business, Los Angeles Times, the New York Post, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Post, Black Enterprise, the Wall Street Journal, Utne Reader and among many others.

Publications

  • "The A-List Playbook: How to Survive Any Crisis While Remaining Wealthy, Adored, and Most Importantly, Skinny" Customer Reviews on Amazon.com
  • References

    Leslie Gornstein Wikipedia


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