In her new memoir, "Out of the Corner," Jennifer Grey looks back on the pivotal moments in her life 

and career, from "Dirty Dancing" to the time she spent as a teenager skipping school to hang out at Andy Warhol's Factory 

She also reflects on the nose jobs she had that would leave her labeled "unrecognizable" 

and feeling "banished" by Hollywood 

"I spent so much energy trying to figure out what I did wrong, why I was banished from the kingdom. 

That's a lie. I banished myself," the 62-year-old actress tells People. 

Recalling how Michael Douglas didn't recognize her at a premiere after the second rhinoplasty,  

Jennifer tells the outlet: "That was the first time I had gone out in public. 

And it became the thing, the idea of being completely invisible, from one day to the next. 

In the world's eyes, I was no longer me. And the weird thing was that thing that I resisted my whole life, and the thing I was so upset with my mother for always telling me I should do: My nose.