Mary Louise-Parker writing memoir


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NEW YORK (AP) — Mary Louise Parker, the award-winning star of "Weeds," is writing a book about the "significant men in her life."

The book is called "Dear Mr. You," and Scribner announced Monday that it is scheduled for next fall. The 50-year-old Parker will tell her story through a series of letters. Her boyfriends have included actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Billy Crudup and singer Charlie Mars.

Parker has starred in the films "Grand Canyon" and "Fried Green Tomatoes" and in a Broadway production of "Proof," for which she won a Tony. In 2006, she won a Golden Globe for best actress for her work in "Weeds," the Showtime series.

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