Actress-singer Lillian Roth's 1954 bestselling autobiography, "I'll Cry Tomorrow," detailed her struggles with alcoholism and mental illness.
Her book, written with Gerold Frank, recounts how she was pushed into show business by her parents at an early age and describes her early successes and failed romances, her bouts with depression and drinking, and how she made a dramatic comeback.
In 1955, the book was made into a critically acclaimed movie that starred Susan Hayward.
Roth began her acting career at 6 with a New York film company. By the time she was 8, she was hailed as Broadway's youngest... Read more
The Times’ virtual tour puts readers on the streets of Hollywood to visit the nearly 2,400 stars on the Walk of Fame.
Select a category to learn more about the bombshells, cowboys, crooners and other entertainers who are honored on the walk. An interactive map then takes readers to the exact location of each star along the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.
Read more about the stars in a database that uses more than a century of the archives of the Los Angeles Times to go deeper into the lives of hundreds of fan favorites, as well as those whose names are no longer well-known.