The scene is as one might expect – lots of big hair and even bigger jewellery – and despite the intermittent and somewhat impolite beep of mobile phones, Powers seamlessly continues her hour-long talk without the aid of notes.
At 68, she looks sleek and toned in a grey trouser suit, with her trademark red hair still retaining its lushness.
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Dominick and Lennie created such a comfortable atmosphere that literally behind every potted palm was a recognizable face.Her parents divorced during her childhood and her Polish-American mother Julia Golen remained close to her until her death in 2009.It’s lunchtime at the Beverly Hills Women’s Club and actress Stefanie Powers is giving a talk to the wives of Hollywood’s high-flyers.Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie. She was one of those working actresses whose stardom was neither meteoric nor legendary but for whom acting was just another way of earning a living.Every so often, my friend Moss Mabry, a costume designer, would call to invite me out, first asking, “Are you involved with a man, dear? ” We would laugh and then go to some fabulous party he wanted to attend. Moss had gone for drinks, and I was standing alone. He said, “Hi, Bill Holden.” I somehow made a sound that resembled speaking and said my name.As I turned, the man behind me also turned, and I was face-to-face with William Holden. Moss returned, Bill lifted his glass, said, “Happy New Year,” and moved on.Chief among them was the legacy of William Holden (the star of films such as Sabrina with Audrey Hepburn and The Bridge On The River Kwai) with whom she had a nine-year relationship.Actress Stefanie Powers, best known for starring in the TV show "Hart to Hart," has written a memoir, "One From the Hart," looking back at her road to fame and her nearly decade-long relationship with actor William Holden. The first time I saw William Holden in the flesh was at a New Year’s Eve party given by Dominick Dunne and his wife, Lennie.“It was those two events coming so quickly, one upon the other, that really caused me to stop and reflect and recount when life was a little bit different not that long ago, and how diametrically opposite life has become to the world I grew up in,” Powers says.Because “people seem to be floundering to find” those simpler, healthier times again, Powers says, the 67-year-old actress—known to television audiences as half of the married detective duo in the 1980s drama “Hart to Hart”—is putting her reflections into a book, One From the Hart (Simon & Schuster), due in the fall.