It is somehow appropriate that Charlotte Stewart's career began as Disneyland's first walk-around character of Alice in Wonderland, as her life would be frought with unexpected dangers and addictions, with bizarre, wonderful and famous characters.

Too poor to buy cocaine, the woman who had played America's most beloved schoolteacher, started smoking crack, eventually living on vodka and hotdogs, until she entered rehab and remained sober for 27 years. A notorious wild child of the 60's, she defined the era of "Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll" in relationships with noted personalities, prior to and during their successes, Richard Beymer, Bill Murray, Jon Voight, Richard Dreyfuss, Tim Considine, Stuart Margolin, Victor French, Ralph Waite, Chad Everett, Michael Parks, Mike Connors, Johnny Mandel, Robert Greenfield and her most notorious "drinking-buddy/friends-with-benefits" relationship with Jim Morrison, as well as co-starring with leading men from Jimmy Stewart and Elvis Presley to Kevin Bacon and Kyle MacLachlan.

The first cast member of both "Twin Peaks" and the cult classic "Eraserhead" to speak out in a memoir, she is also only adult cast member of hit series "Little House On The Prairie," to release a memoir on the sometimes-turbulent behind-the-scenes relationships and responsibilities of playing the respected Miss Beadle. For the first time she speaks out candidly about her battle with breast cancer, suicide attempts, celebrity divorce and more.  

Today, Charlotte has recently filmed scenes for the reboot to "Twin Peaks" set for release on Showtime in 2017 and although filmed in the early 1980s, the surreal anti-nuclear comedy written and directed by Neil Young, "Human Highway," is being re-released to 400 theaters in a live in-theater in 2016.  Stars include Neil Young, Dennis Hopper and the band Devo.

Click here for a press release for LITTLE HOUSE IN THE HOLLYWOOD HILLS: A Bad Girl's Guide to Becoming Miss Beadle, Mary X, and Me (June 1st, 2016) by Charlotte Stewart, as well as a sample list of topics that she bravely discusses about a life filled with choices that were good, bad and disasterious.

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