J. Randy Taraborrelli

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

John Randall Anthony Taraborrelli (born February 29, 1956)[1] is an American journalist and biographer. Taraborrelli is known for biographies of contemporary entertainers and political figures such as Diana Ross,[2] Marilyn Monroe,[3] Michael Jackson,[4] Madonna,[5] Kennedy family,[6] Hilton family,[7] and Beyoncé.[8] He also regularly appears on television as an entertainment news reporter on programs such as Entertainment Tonight, Good Morning America, Today and CBS This Morning.[9] Taraborrelli resides in Los Angeles, California.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Diana: A Celebration of the Life and Career of Diana Ross (1985)
  • Cher – A Biography (1986; updated in 1992)
  • Motown: Hot Wax, City Cool and Solid Gold (1986; updated in 1988)
  • Laughing Till It Hurts – The Complete Life and Career of Carol Burnett (1988)
  • Call Her Miss Ross (1989; updated in 2007 as Diana Ross – A Biography)
  • Michael Jackson – The Magic and the Madness (1991; updated in 2003 and 2004. In 2009, the book was updated as Michael Jackson – The Magic, the Madness, the Whole Story)
  • Sinatra – Behind the Legend (1997; updated in 1998 and 2015)
  • Jackie, Ethel and Joan: Women of Camelot (2000)
  • Madonna – An Intimate Biography (2001; updated in 2002 & 2007)
  • Once Upon a Time: Behind the Fairytale of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier (2003)
  • Elizabeth (2006)
  • The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe (2009)
  • Michael Jackson - The Magic, The Madness, The Whole Story (2009)
  • After Camelot: A Personal History of the Kennedy Family - 1968 to Present (2012)
  • The Hiltons: The True Story of an American Dynasty (2014)
  • Sinatra - Behind The Legend (rewritten and updated) (2015)
  • Becoming Beyoncé - The Untold Story (2015)
  • Jackie, Janet & Lee (2017)

References[edit]