Her theatre friends, however, encouraged her to go to Hollywood instead They arranged for her to move to Los Angeles where she signed a contract with Universal Studios.Her first movie was The Redhead from Wyoming, a 1953 Western starring Maureen O'Hara.With her signature fearlessness, honesty, and humor, Jeanne chronicles her long tenure in Hollywood and describes her life before, during, and away from the CBS soundstage."Not Young, Still Restless" follows Jeanne as she makes her way from small-town Taft, California, to the heart of the Los Angeles movie industry, where the list of her feature-film costars reads like a "Who's Who" of Hollywood's Golden Age--Maureen O'Hara, Raymond Burr, David Janssen, Robert Taylor, Tony Curtis, Shelley Winters, Glenn Ford, and Lee J. Jeanne writes vividly of her first foray into the new phenomenon of television and how she found her home at "The Young and the Restless."Jeanne's story charts the ups and downs of a long and rich life, including the breakup of a marriage that produced the three great loves of her life--her daughter, Caren, and her sons Collin and the actor Corbin Bernsen--before it ended, leaving her a single working mother.She also speaks honestly and openly about her battles to overcome alcoholism, defeat breast cancer, and age gracefully in Hollywood, a process that made her the first reality-television star when her character's (and her own) face-lift was filmed live on "The Young and the Restless."In "Not Young, Still Restless," the Emmy Award-winning actress inspires readers with her ability not only to survive but thrive as an octogenarian in today's Hollywood.The world of daytime was rocked by the passing of THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS' Jeanne Cooper (Katherine)."It is with immeasurable sadness and our deepest condolences to her family that THE YOUNG...Sadly, THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS' Jeanne Cooper (Katherine) is back in the hospital, according to son Corbin Bernsen (ex-Father Todd).
Au cours de l'été 2005, Jeanne Cooper a signé un nouveau contrat avec l'Equipe de The Young & The Restless pour 5 années supplémentaires, à la grande joie des fans !En 2005, elle est à l'affiche du film de son fils, Corbin Bernsen, "The Carpool Guy".Jeanne Cooper intervient en 2005 dans B&B lors d'un nouveau crossover entre les deux séries.She joined the show in 1973, just six months after it began airing on CBS and earned ten Daytime Emmy Award nominations for her role. Wilma Jeanne Cooper, the youngest of the three children of Albert Troy Cooper and Sildeth Evelyn Moore, was born in Taft, California on October 25, 1928. Her parents were part Cherokee and their families worked in the Taft oil fields.Jeanne's mother died of uterine cancer when Jeanne was only 16 and her father eventually moved to Canada to work in the Alberta oil industry.