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Actress Marsha Mason has earned her two Golden Globe awards and four Academy Award nominations. In her new memoir, "Journey" she tells how her work on stage and screen has led her to experiences such as a marriage to playwright Neil Simon, and current pastimes including running a medicinal herb farm and race car driving.
- Marsha Mason Author and actress with two Golden Globe awards and four Academy Award nominations
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