Dynamic Sally Field debuts magnificent style for special red carpet event
Actress and director Sally Field, best known for “Brothers & Sisters,” went to New York’s 92nd Y institution to talk about her upcoming memoir, “In Pieces.”
The star was not alone, though, as TV journalist Cynthia McFadden joined her. Before the actual event took place, the actress posed outside the venue wearing dark cream high-heels, a calf-length, light cream dress, and a matching jacket.
Field, 71, will be touring the US ahead of her book as a way to promote it. According to her description, “In Pieces” is a tell-all memoir that will show the readers a side of her life that fans don’t know.
She added that the book was about the “little girl” she was, the “teenager” who became a celebrity, and “the craft” that taught her to be who she is right now.
“I knew I had a story to tell. It’s incredibly personal for me, things I never thought I’d say out loud. But, I needed to put all the pieces in front of me so I could see what picture they made. Maybe others will recognize some of the pieces in themselves,” pointed out Field.
The book, which took her seven years to complete, is expected to be packed with stories that the actress has experienced since she became famous in the 60s thanks to the TV show “Gidget.”
One of the aspects that make this book so anticipated is that the star has done her best to keep as many details of her life as private as possible.
However, her previous relationships with late Burt Reynolds, and marriages to Steve Craig and Alan Greisman, became top showbiz news.
During a recent interview Field had on "The View," she pointed out that even though she was flattered to learn that she’s known as the love of Reynolds’ life before he passed away earlier this month, the former couple hadn’t spoken for 30 years.
The actress added that Reynolds was an important part of her life for a short period of her life. She said that she would feel him reach out to her via the press.