"The story of Lloyd Haynes is an important one--well beyond his time spent on a beloved TV show. His life was rich, full, and extremely difficult on many levels. And it's a story of the changing--and unchanging--culture of America in the 1960s-1980s. The author, Carolyn Haynes, was the late actor's wife. She is able to bring an inside perspective to the story, but this is more than a memoir. It's a carefully researched biography too. Mr. Haynes deserves nothing less." Canopic Publishing
Discover elevating choices actor Lloyd Haynes, star of critically acclaimed 1970s television series Room 222 made through painful, restricting and often dangerous bigotry while influenced by the Mafia, and the KKK. His compelling journey from a "segregated mortuary" to stardom, his mind-plaguing secret, captivating moments with a king, recognition from the United States Senate, the marines, the navy, the aeronautics industry, the film industry, and poignant stories from strangers, prisoners, fans, family, friends, and co-workers.
"With all those gorgeous women around, what made his eyes seek-out yours? Or...did you seek-out his?" Alison Bogert
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."Superbly written... It is pure magic, Just like the photograph!"