Making a Scene

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Scribner Book Company
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About the Author

Constance Wu is the Golden Globe Award-nominated star of Crazy Rich Asians and Hustlers. Her breakthrough role was starring as Jessica Huang in the television comedy Fresh Off the Boat (2015-2020). She has been nominated for the Screen Actors Guild award, two Television Critics Association awards, and four Critics Choice awards. Time has honored her as one of the 100 Most Influential People of the Year. She lives on the east side of Los Angeles with her partner, Ryan Kattner, their daughter, and their pet bunny rabbit, Lida-Rose.


"Constance Wu writes with originality, ferocity, and unsparing honesty that doesn't let anyone -- especially herself -- off the hook. Making A Scene is as much about acting as it is about heartbreak, forgiveness, and being messily human. It made me laugh and it made my heart hurt; it reminded me of how necessary -- and life giving -- art is. This is a vital book by a singular talent."
--Rachel Khong, author of Goodbye, Vitamin

"There were times when I was reading Making a Scene that I didn't realize I was holding my breath; it's that riveting and personal. Making a Scene is a treasure and so is Constance Wu. I feel so lucky to call this talented and hilarious woman my friend."
--Mindy Kaling, author of Why Not Me?

"Constance Wu is a beautiful writer, a hilarious storyteller, and unafraid to tell the truth about her experiences. Don't miss Making a Scene."
--Amy Schumer, author of The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo

"Making a Scene was one of the most captivating and honest books I've read in years, and ?I found it difficult to put down. Constance's sharp and gorgeously observed ability to speak her truth, unforgivingly and often hilariously, gave me goosebumps, tears, gasps, and belly laughs. She details the things in life that never quite leave us, and that truly form us: heartbreak, struggle, hopelessness and the eventual discovery and ownership of our self-worth."