Behaving Badly: The Life of Richard Harris 1930-2002
The first-ever of this remarkable biography actor. Hailed for early films such as This Sporting Life and native American films such as A Man Called Horse, his prodigious appetite for drink and drugs has meant that he has lived his turbulent life in the media spotlight. Driven by a restless intellect, he has published a novel, written poetry, performed his own songs and starred in the hit musical, Camelot. His career continues to flourish and he is currently appearing in movie theaters worldwide as Professor Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
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