Harvey Brownstone conducts an in-depth interview with Tim Malachosky, Mae West’s Personal Assistant
About Harvey's guest:
Today’s guest has the distinction of having been the personal assistant for one of the greatest legendary stage and screen goddesses of all time: Mae West, for the last decade of her life. Although she died in 1980 at the age of 87 after a career that spanned 7 decades, Mae West is still one of the most innovative and controversial entertainers in the history of show business, because she was always way ahead of her time. She wrote and starred in her own plays, including the 1926 Broadway show “Sex”, that landed her in jail on charges of corrupting the morals of young people. In blockbuster movies such as “She Done Him Wrong”, “Klondike Annie”, and “My Little Chickadee”, she was known for her breezy sexual independence, and her lighthearted naughty double entendres. She was an industry powerhouse, and the second highest-paid actor in Hollywood back in the 1930s. She was also an early supporter of the feminist movement and the gay rights movement. As Mae West famously said, “When I’m good, I’m very good; but when I’m bad, I’m better.” And no one KNEW her better, than our guest, Tim Malachosky.
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