Life After Kovacs: Edie Adams Speaks with People Magazine

Found this 1982 interview with movie star Edie Adams.

The article discusses how Ernie Kovacs' widow has coped with his death and legacy for about two decades. It also celebrates Ms.Adams' determination to extricate herself from her husband's debts, all of which led to a second career as a businesswoman. At the time of the interview, the comedienne was heavily invested in an almond farm. [Let the nut jokes begin.]

My favorite line is the last one. On how she handles romance, Edie remarks, "Every time I get lonesome these days, I start another business."

Read the article here.


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