July 3, 2011
A Conversation with Dee Wallace

Dee Wallace

On July 3, 2011, we welcomed the well-known and beloved actress, Dee Wallace. Her recently released book, Bright Light, is an autobiographical tale of how acting became a spiritual journey for her, and how she applied those lessons to her life. It is also the story of everyone: how we lose our light and the steps we can take to reclaim it.

Dee Wallace has worked with every kind of co-star from Cujo to Lassie, as well as countless directors, producers and some of Hollywood’s biggest names, including Peter Jackson, Stephen Spielberg, Wes Craven, Stephen King and Blake Edwards.

Dee became an icon in her role as the mother in ET: The Extraterrestrial. Her 130 films range from some of the scariest to the funniest ever made, including Cujo, The Howling, Ten, The Frighteners and Critters – In fact, as one of Hollywood’s reigning “scream queens,” when asked about how working on so many horror films affects her career as a healer, she responds, “Well, it has certainly made me an expert on fear.” She has starred in four television series and more than 400 commercials and is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after TV guest stars. A beloved acting coach, she is also an internationally known healer, with two global radio shows and a series of healing seminars.

To learn more about Dee, please visit www.IAmDeeWallace.com!

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2 Responses to July 3, 2011
A Conversation with Dee Wallace

  1. Lynn Middleton says:

    I really love Dee Wallace. I found her website on Casa De Maria/Susan and Milt Sanderford.

    We are all apart of the same energy…and I am happy to be part of hers. Love, Love, Love.

  2. Maureen says:

    As an actress, intuitive, and Reiki practitioner, I found Ms. Wallace’s comments on life, and on acting, truly inspiring. She’s given me a lot to think about — or should I say, “feel” about!

    Thank you for the wonderful interview.

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