There’s something kind of laughable about a fame whore. I don’t know when it became the norm for people who have been connected in some way, shape, or form to a celebrity to kiss and tell in the form of books that no doubt got them big advances, but I think it’s really pretty pathetic in a comical kind of way.
Children’s television icon Bozo the Clown, aka Larry Harmon, died in 2008 shortly after finishing a memoir of a very interesting life. This piece was posthumously published as The Man Behind the Nose and includes tales of a guy who “was a professional clown, ran for President, bonded with dangerous cannibal tribes in New Guinea, and was saved from being swallowed whole by a murderous python in Thailand by his 83 AAA shoes.”
In addition to these feats, Bozo faced divorce court four times … and Sandra Harmon is evidently going out of her way to make sure that she is the most memorable of the bunch who squeezed Bozo’s nose in the name of holy matrimony.
Harmon, perhaps best known for co-writing Elvis & Me with Priscilla Presley, has also written a couple of books about relationships … and now she’s spilling the beans on her marriage to Bozo—including …