Freelance researcher James Zeruk, Jr., lives in Los Angeles, California.
"very impressive...a compelling story that is a must for anyone interested in cinema's rich history"--Examiner.com; "For the first time, author James Zeruk reveals the rich, true life story of talented stage actress Lillian Millicent "Peg" Entwistle and her connection to the Hollywoodland Sign."--Mary Mallory, author of Hollywoodland; "Peg Entwistle has gone down in history for her tragic suicide, becoming a figure rather than a genuine person in the minds of those who are aware of her. James Zeruk has done the research to discover just who Peg Entwistle was, detailing her accomplishments, triumphs, and failures in a compelling story that is a must for anyone interested in cinema's rich history."--James L. Neibaur, writer; "For decades, the truth about Peg Entwistle was shrouded in mystery and distorted by myth and misinformation. Through diligence and painstaking research, James Zeruk finally sets the record straight, unveiling the remarkable story of a talented, intelligent actress whose life was all too brief. This long-overdue biography is scholarship of the highest order."--Ted Okuda, author and film historian.