'If there is a better written, less pretentious book by an actor, then I have yet to read it.
Undoubtedly the showbusiness book of the year' INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY Famous as the lovable couch potato Jim Royle of The Royle Family, Ricky Tomlinson has entertained millions without ever leaving his armchair.
Now, in his long-awaited autobiography, he surprises yet again with a remarkable story of love, hardship, humour, injustice and triumph.
His mother used to tell him that he had lived three lives, but even she miscounted.
He has been a plasterer, banjo player, stand-up comic, union agitator, political activist, film extra, award-winning actor and unwilling guest of Her Majesty's prison service.
Renowned and respected for his honesty, wit and integrity, Ricky brings all of these qualities to his extraordinary, moving and inspiring story.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 464 pages, Section: 24, b/w
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 06/05/2004
- Category: Autobiography: arts & entertainment
- ISBN: 9780751534030
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Review by Daftboy1
Great book this. I dont usually read autobiographies but this one I can highly reccommend. Ricky has had such a busy life and this book tells the tale. He comes across as such a genuine nice bloke. (Athlough I am sure he has his moments) Easy to read, enjoyable book.