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Teresa Giudice is a New York Times bestselling author of four cookbooks—Skinny Italian, Fabulicious!, Fabulicious! Fast & Fit, as well as Fabulicious! On the Grill. Teresa's 2016 memoir, Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again, also hit The New York Times list at #2. The daughter of Italian immigrants, Teresa graduated Berkeley College with a degree in Fashion Marketing and Management and is an inspirational working mom, devoting the bulk of her time to her four beautiful daughters—Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana. In 2012, she showcased her business acumen by raising $70,000 for the charity, NephCure, on NBC's hit show Celebrity Apprentice. Following her lifelong passion for maintaining a fit and healthful lifestyle, Teresa recently became a certified yoga instructor, which has helped her remain focused and centered through challenging times for her family. An eternal optimist, Teresa continues to stay positive, while raising and providing for her four daughters. In her second memoir, Standing Strong (October 3, 2017), Teresa shows her fans what it truly means to be a survivor through her unparalleled honesty and courage.
Margaret Josephs is instantly recognizable with her infectious smile, big lashes and trademark blonde hair worn in pigtails, earning her the nickname "Powerhouse in Pigtails." Born in Elizabeth, NJ, Margaret moved to Tenafly, NJ at 24 years old to raise her three stepchildren with her first husband, Jan Josephs. She soon gave birth to their own son and they lived happily ever after...until they happily divorced. Margaret then met the love of her life—"Super Joe," the ultimate motorcycle riding plumber and contractor--and they eloped in 2013. After graduating from FIT with a degree in Marketing and Fashion Design, Margaret worked at the heart of the New York Garment Center as a dress designer. In 1999, Margaret launched her line of home accessories, Macbeth Collection by Margaret Josephs, and the company has since grown into a global lifestyle brand. Margaret is a lifestyle expert and can be seen regularly on TV sharing her tips and picks for organizing, accessorizing and glamorizing. Margaret is sure she is ready for whatever this New Jersey crew throws her way.
Sonja Morgan is a fixture of New York City society. She got her start modeling in Paris and Milan and studying marketing at the Fashion Institute of Technology, representing high-end luxury brands while keeping her Berkshire-bred sensibilities and values. Sonja used her business acumen and social skills—along with rock-and-rollers, royalty, and the power set—to launch several award-winning luxury fashion brands and successful hot spots across the country. Sonja captured America's attention with her groundbreaking toaster oven recipes, which inspired the all-encompassing international fashion lifestyle brand she plans to grow globally with her partners. In 2015, Sonja launched Sonja Morgan New York, her signature fashion line during New York Fall Fashion Week. She continued to expand her brand with the launch of TipsyGirl, a Prosecco and sparkling Rosé line. In 2017 Sonja introduced her heritage brand shoe line Sonja Morgan by French Sole. In 2018 she added Sonja By Sonja Morgan, a curated selection of affordable luxury fashions and accessories under $150 and her recently released Sonja Morgan New York Parfum, a unisex scent of exquisitely aged natural essential oils. Her fashion lines and perfume are available at sonjabysonjamorgan.com and shoes at sonjamorganonline.com/store-shoes/.com.
As a divorced mother, Sonja dedicates her time to her 18-year-old daughter, her businesses, and her philanthropy, which includes work with children, artists, the LGBT community, and animals. A lover of the arts, Sonja enjoys producing, writing, and performing her inspirational "caburlesque" sing song skits at her Sonja in the City events that benefit her charities. Sonja received one of her first awards in 1990 at the St. Regis for being a Singular Sensation for her charity work as a young single woman alongside Vanessa Noel and Mira Sorvino. She received a New York State Senate award in July 2013 for her entrepreneurial business savvy, her use of the media, and again her charity work. She was interviewed on those topics and her "Philanthrocapitalism" by The Economist magazine at the New York Stock Exchange for Bloomberg TV. In October 2016 she made her Off-Broadway acting debut in Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man, in which Sonja was able to play her alter-ego in the character of a sexually repressed teacher while still incorporating her signature bawdy, sexy sense of humor that viewers know her for. 2018 Sonja continued her comedic climb with Improv Asylum and Cabaret appearances with her pal Countess LuAnn. Sonja's motto remains "Live each day as if you have nothing to lose and everything to gain."
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TRICIA LEIGH FISHER
Tricia Leigh Fisher was born in Burbank, California to singer Eddie Fisher and actress Connie Stevens. Her older sister is actress and singer Joely Fisher. She has two half-siblings, actor and producer Todd Fisher and actress Carrie Fisher, from her father's previous marriage to actress Debbie Reynolds. As children, both Tricia and Joely began performing on stage in their mother's Las Vegas show.
Fisher made her debut in the 1985 crime drama Stick, starring Burt Reynolds, Candice Bergen, George Segal, and Charles Durning. She then starred as Daphne Ziegler in the 1986 comedy Pretty Smart. In 1987, Fisher appeared in the television movie Strange Voices, opposite Valerie Harper. The following year, she landed a role in the TV movie Bring Me the Head of Dobie Gillis, also starring her mother as well as Dwayne Hickman and Bob Denver. In 1989, Fisher appeared in two movies, Hollywood Chaos and C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D., followed by roles in the 1990 comedy, Book of Love and Arizona Dream starring Johnny Depp, Jerry Lewis, and Faye Dunaway.
In addition to Fisher's work in movies, she has also made guest appearances on Our House, Growing Pains, Ellen, Wild Card, 7th Heaven, and 'Til Death. In 1996, she portrayed Heidi Fleiss in the CBS television movie The Making of a Hollywood Madam.
On October 7, 2006, Fisher was honored at The Thalians 51st Anniversary Ball along with producer Marc Cherry, her mother Connie Stevens, and her sister Joely Fisher. They performed together at the event at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, California.
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