The Man The Myth The Legend – The Life of John J Nazarian, Hollywood PI

After 31 years, I am moving forward with “my book.” Rose and I are interviewing some very interesting offers. We both think we have settled on someone who gets the idea, it is about me, and all the celebrities and politicians are only secondary to an incredible life from that first breath.  No way will I ever offend some of the absolutely wonderful people I have had the opportunity to work with and for; some of the names that come to mind immediately, Sinatra, Taylor, Lee, and Anka. These were the greats, celebrities that were “real,” if that makes any sense to you.

On the other hand, a few of my interactions were not always so wonderful. That, too, will be discussed at length. How John J. Nazarian could go from being born in a state hospital for the criminally insane to being adopted by an Armenian family in the ’50s to having access to the very rich and powerful and all the twists and turns of that ride is a story unto itself

With a background like mine, it was nothing short of a miracle that I did not become a criminal; it would have been easy.  That damn thin blue line in being a lawman is very thin. However, the line between justice and reality is a whole lot wider in the world of civil and criminal law.  Lawyers and Private Investigators have a license to do some pretty incredible things, all in the “interest of the law.”

I clearly remember being told by Eric Safire back in the ’90s, “You do as I tell you. If you get messed up, I can take care of it. If I get caught doing anything goofy, I could lose my law license.” My education working for Eric Safire and Richard Shikman was an education I could not have paid for. San Francisco was where it all started, and we will not forget Gary Lieberman, Esq., the guy who started it all.

All my years in the world of DIVORCE in Southern California is a story that will make my readers blink, and many will gasp!  But, as we have promised, it will be a tell-all!


By John Nazarian
©Straight Talk with John J. Nazarian, Private Investigator
January 2, 2022
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