Christopher Walken A to Z : The Man-the Movies-the Legend Paperback
Is Christopher Walken from Mars? He must be. How else can you explain his incredible range of talents and experiences?
He has worked as a lion tamer, he has danced in music videos for Madonna, Duran Duran, and Fatboy Slim, and he has appeared in 100+ films for some of Hollywood's hottest directors, including Quentin Tarantino, Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, David Cronenberg, and Tim Burton.
He is the most popular guest host in the history of "Saturday Night Live".
He is the only actor to play a Bond villain and a Batman villain.
He was handed his high school diploma by Gypsy Rose Lee.
He was on a houseboat with Natalie Wood on the night she mysteriously drowned.
He has appeared in some of the worst films of all time - everything from "Kangaroo Jack" to "Mousehunt to Gigli" - and yet his popularity never wanes.No wonder Christopher Walken has attracted an enormous cult following.
Now his fans can learn about the wide world of Walken in Christopher Walken A to Z, the first-ever biography of the most fascinating man in show business, arranged in a fun, breezy A-to-Z format. With entries on everything from Actors Studio (the famous theatre workshop where Walken worked as a janitor) to zombie movies (one of his favourite movie genres), "Christopher Walken A to Z" is a trippy salute to the world's most endearing and enduring celebrity.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 336 pages, 50 Black and white photos
- Publisher: Quirk Books
- Publication Date: 26/09/2008
- Category: Individual actors & performers
- ISBN: 9781594742590
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Review by jimmaclachlan
Setup like an encyclopedia, a key word or phrase is used as an entry in this collection of facts about Walken. Names, movies & places lead into various trivia about him. It was interesting, but certainly not something I read for any length of time. While waiting for a commercial break or dinner to get ready, it was fun for short intervals, though. Movies are rated using a 5 star system & I found that I pretty much agreed with them. It turned me on to a couple of movies of his that I hadn't seen or watched in years.