"WHEN I'M WORKING WELL, I LIKE TO think I'm doing God's work," notes Faye Dunaway in Looking for Gatsby (Simon & Schuster, $25), her new autobiography written with Betsy Sharkey. But wait! You don't have to take Dunaway's word for it. She also conscientiously offers up compliments from coworkers:
Steve McQueen, she says on page 167, called her "the best actress he had ever worked with." Richard Harris (page 174) "thought I had a rare talent." Dustin Hoffman (page 199) "told me I was one of the best actresses he'd ever worked with."