Kathy Lette first achieved succès de scandale as a teenager with the novel Puberty Blues, which was made into a major motion picture by Oscar-winning director Bruce Beresford.
After several years as a singer in a rock band, a newspaper columnist in Sydney and New York (collected in the book Hit and Ms) and a television sitcom writer for Columbia Pictures in Los Angeles, her novels, Girls Night Out (1998), The Llama Parlour (1991), Foetal Attraction (1993), Mad Cows (1996 – which was made into a motion picture staring Anna Friel and Joanna Lumley), Altar Ego (1998), Nip ‘n’ Tuck (2000), Dead Sexy (2003), How To Kill Your Husband – and other handy household hints (2006) soon to be a television series on ITV and To Love, Honour and Betray – till divorce us do part (2008) became international bestsellers. Her latest book is Men – a User’s Guide.
Kathy is also a television broadcaster, making regular appearances on BBC and Sky news, NBC, CNN, Channel 4 news, GMTV, ITV, and channel nine and seven in Australia.
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