With a sharp eye for comic detail and a wicked ear for the absurdities of life, Dawn French shows just how an RAF girl from the West Country with dreams of becoming a ballerina/air hostess/bridesmaid/thief rose to become one of the best-loved actresses of our time. Here she reveals the people, experiences and obsessions that have influenced her and, for the first time, shares the experience of losing her beloved dad and later finding a tip-topmost chap in Lenny Henry.
From hailing the virtues of grandmas, David Cassidy and stealing, to describing the highs and lows of family and friendship, Dear Fatty reveals the surprising life behind the smile.
'heavens, she's a funny lady. I can't remember the last time a book made me laugh so much' Sunday Telegraph
'For all her honesty, anyone hoping for a light-hearted romp will be delighted ... While her charm shines throughout, the more intense moments stay with you in a way that most celeb autobiographies can only strive for' Sunday Express
'A national treasure ...this is an original book, and will delight her fans and, indeed, anyone with a sense of humour' Mail on Sunday
'Anyone preparing for another dry, identikit celebrity autobiography is going to be delighted by these hilarious memoirs ... she recounts amusing mishaps, alongside teenage love letters and heartbreakingly honest accounts of the rawer side of her life, which ... provide many revelations' She
Dawn French is one of the greatest comedy actresses of our time, with a career spanning nearly three decades and encompassing a vast and brilliant array of characters that would eventually establish her as a national treasure.
She first appeared on the British entertainment scene as part of the groundbreaking alternative comedy group, the Comic Strip, which marked a radical departure from the more traditional comedy acts of the time. Later came the all-female Girls on Top with Jennifer Saunders, Ruby Wax and Tracy Ullman. Then, as part of the wildly successful duo, French and Saunders, Dawn helped create a repertoire of brilliantly observed recurring characters parodying popular culture and impersonating everything from Madonna and Harry Potter to The Exorcist. Dawn’s more recent role in The Vicar of Dibley again has showcased not only her talent but also her ability to take a controversial issue and make it mainstream and funny.
From her early years as an RAF child to her flat-sharing antics with Jennifer Saunders, from her outspoken views on sizeism to her marriage to Lenny Henry, Dear Fatty will chronicle the fascinating and hilarious rise of a complex, dynamic and unstoppable woman.
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Description du livre Century, 2008. Hardcover. État : New. Etat de la jaquette : New. 1st Edition. Dispatched within 24 hours of the customer's order being placed, in strong and sturdy packaging - brand new and in excellent condition as well as at a bargain of a price. N° de réf. du libraire ABE-1490276642935
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Description du livre Century, 2008. Hardcover. État : New. Etat de la jaquette : New. First (1st) Edition. SIGNED by Dawn French . Limited Purple Case + Trim no. 200/1000 . Book is Unread . Front/Back: New . Spine: New . Printing: 246810987531 . NOT price-clipped . Year: 2008. Signed by Author(s). N° de réf. du libraire 718