Photo: Ryan Pfluger The Spring of 2002 found me fresh out of NYU with a theater degree and an unfinished women's-studies minor. Ready to take on the world! I wasn't too worried that I didn't have a job because I was 100 percent certain that fame of an epic proportion was just around the corner. A celebrity so debilitating that I felt I should savor these last anonymous days. But in the mean and between time, I needed money. A steady employment ship sailed into harbor in the form of a very thin, manic, reflexive documentary filmmaker named Barbara Monette, who'd never made one film. She "needed" a personal assistant, and her main requirement was that I feel comfortable "cheering her on" via speakerphone while she ran on a treadmill at Equinox. Jackpot. It became immediately clear to me that Barbara had an issue with food. I wouldn't see her eat anything for days at a time. She would drink six cups of coffee, which made her jittery and aggressive and frankly mean. She regularly accused me of stealing, which I would never do. I told her I only ever stole hearts! She would pace and ramble around the office,… Read full this story
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