Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins: The Autobiography

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Grand Central Publishing, Jan 18, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 416 pages
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Revealing himself to be a consummate storyteller, stage and screen star Everett ("My Best Friend's Wedding") pens a delightfully witty memoir in which he reveals his life experiences as an up-and-coming actor, detailing everything from the eccentricities of the British upper class to the madness of Hollywood.
 

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User Review  - lambertnagle - LibraryThing

Rupert Everett’s international film career was launched with Another Country, back in 1984, when he was both young and beautiful. Although never able to make the grade as a romantic lead – Hollywood ... Read full review

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User Review  - Panfried - LibraryThing

Can't believe how much I am enjoying this. Very funny - every chapter has a funny bit. My favourite bit so far is his trip to Colombia- but so much more - that spooky hotel in Hollywood, the wild ... Read full review

Contents

Tales from the Crib
Innocence and Experience
Brancaster
Virgin Queen
Stage Beauty
London
Paris
Drama School
Glasgow
The West
Paula
Barbarian Queen
Natasha and The Far Pavilions
Another Country
Dance with a Stranger
The Lubed Desert

Suzy
Clubs and Drugs
John
The Harris Hollywood House
Fred Hughes
Copyright

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Rupert Everett has been acting for more than fifteen years, appearing on the London stage and in numerous films. He has received critical acclaim for his performances in the movies "My Best Friend's Wedding," "The Madness of King George," "The Comfort of Strangers," "Dance With a Stranger," and "Another Country.

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