Mary-Louise Parker Writes Tell-All Letters to the Men in Her Life

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 (Tina Turnbow)

Mary-Louise Parker has played a range of conflicted women: an abused housewife in "Fried Green Tomatoes," a determined feminist in "The West Wing," a suburban mom who sells marijuana in "Weeds." But in her first book, "Dear Mr. You," the actress turns the lens on the men in her life, writing stories in the form of letters to past boyfriends, her former Catholic priest and other men present during significant moments in her life. She joins us to talk about the book and her acting career.


Mary-Louise Parker, star of Showtime's "Weeds"; author of "Dear Mr. You"