Marilu Henner

Actress and Healthy Living Proponent

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Marilu Henner is a full time mom, author, and women’s health guru. She has had several hit TV series, films, commercials, and specials, all focused on the idea that with good health you can accomplish anything.

Now her secret is out. The knowledge and discipline which this actress, author and full-time mom has gathered to maintain her demanding schedule is available at bookstores, in the form of Marilu Henner’s Total Health Makeover, Marilu Henner’s 30-Day Total Health Makeover, Healthy Life Kitchen, Healthy Kids, I Refuse To Raise A Brat, and Healthy Holidays.

These books address her years of being overweight and stifled by bad health, and her journey of discovery to good health. It is a story of Marilu’s own trial and error, noting the connections made and compulsions untangled through knowledge, observation and understanding. It helps us reevaluate our ideas of fitness, debunks the quick-fix diet, and gives us a holistic approach to health that can be maintained for a lifetime. Her philosophy is culled from years of experience, and it is all based on a personal quest to combat unnecessary health risks and adapt an overall “sense” of our body’s needs.

Best of all, it works! Thousands of other people have improved their lives and health, multiplied their energy levels, and transformed their bodies and their lives. Marilu’s entire life is a testimony to the power of her approach to health. That energy and her extraordinary talents as an actress were unleashed to rave reviews on Broadway as “Roxie Hart” in Chicago, across the country as “Annie” in the National Company of Annie Get Your Gun and most recently as “Lee” the sexy provocative stranger in The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife. Marilu worked on the TV show Taxi, with Judd Hirsch, Danny DeVito, Tony Danza, Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Conaway, Carol Kane, and Andy Kaufman. Later she worked on Evening Shade, side by side with some of the most talented actors around; Burt Reynolds, Charles Durning, Elizabeth Ashley, Michael Jeter, and Hal Holbrook.

Finally she converted her ease as a talk-show guest into adeptness as a talk-show host with the Marilu show. Steering the project by relentless curiosity, she undertook issues to explore them, not to exploit them. Braiding together her skills, experiences, and resources; Marilu discovered a deep and satisfying role using her entertainment arena. Again using the image of the whole system, she set her eye on worldwide social problems.