Billy

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HarperCollinsEntertainment, 2002 - Actors - 383 pages

Once in a lifetime, there strides upon the stage someone who can truly be called a legend. Such a person is the inimitable, timeless genius who is Billy Connolly. His effortlessly wicked whimsy has entranced, enthralled - and split the sides of - thousands upon thousands of adoring audiences.

And when he isn't doing that...he's turning in award-winning performances on film and television.

He's the man who needs no introduction, and yet he is the ultimate enigma. From a troubled and desperately poor childhood in the docklands of Glasgow he is now the intimate of household names the world over.

How did this happen, who is the real Billy Connolly? Only one person can answer that question: his wife, Pamela Stephenson. Pamela's writing combines the very personal with a frank objectivity that makes for a compelling, moving and hugely entertaining biography. This is the real Billy Connolly.

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User Review  - AineMcG - LibraryThing

Absolutely brilliant book. Laughed my way through the book, even the sad moments had a funny twist. Would give this book as a present as I think most people would find it funny. Read full review

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User Review  - mazda502001 - LibraryThing

This is a book about one of my very favourite comedians. Back Cover Blurb: Who is the real Billy Connolly? He's the man who needs no introduction, and yet he is the ultimate enigma. From a troubled ... Read full review

Contents

Jesiis S dead and its your fault
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Hes got candles in his loaf
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In Search of a Ducks Arse
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Copyright

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About the author (2002)

An Australian born in New Zealand, Pamela Stephenson is famous for her starring role in ’Not the Nine O’Clock News’ and other TV and film work.

She and Billy married in 1989 and currently live and work in Los Angeles, where she now practises as a clinical psychologist.

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