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NEW YORK (AP) — Andrea Martin may have two Broadway plays lined up, but she also has a day job — author.
The freshly minted Tony Award-winner for her dazzling work in "Pippin" said Tuesday she's rushing to finish her memoir by the publisher's March 17 deadline.
Says the actress: "I'm now on page 280 — and I have literally nothing about my career."
In the meantime, Martin will be starring in "Act One," a play about theater legend writer and director Moss Hart that opens next month, and the farce "Noises Off," which is set to begin performances in January 2015.
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