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Backing into the Spotlight: A Memoir Free read Î eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ê ❴Reading❵ ➶ Backing into the Spotlight: A Memoir Author Michael Whitehall – Dcmdirect.co.uk ' Backing into the Spotlight is a hilarious and an unashamedly non PC memoirNow in his eighth decade Whitehall iInary show business memoir' Backing into the Spotlight is a hilarious and an unashamedly non PC memoir Now in his eighth decade Whitehall is a fine raconteur gloriously unreconstructed and still deeply suspicious of modernity' Daily Mail Standing in front of a full length mirror in my dressing room at ITV studios waiting to go on to the set of Backchat I had a brief conversation with my reflection 'Michael what the f do you think you're doing'Theatrical agent Michael Whitehall spent a career pushing others into the spotlight He had been involved behind the scenes with the careers of many prominent actors including Colin Firth Richard Griffiths Daniel Day Lewis Tom Courtenay Ian Ogilvy Judi Dench Edward Fox Michael Fassbender Angela Thorne and Nigel HaversBut then much to his surprise his son Jack becomes a successful comedian and actor and decides that his new comedy partner should be his father Whitehall Snr finds himself reluctantly appearing on stage and then television cast as the archetypal grumpy old man and thrust in his early seventies into a whole new career in front of the camera Minor fame comes at a sedate pace one of the highlights being a record £ win for charity with Jack on Channel 's The Million Pound DropIn this enchanting memoir Whitehall looks back on his life from growing up in suburban London in the s and 's with his saintly father and social climbing mother who coined the phrase 'à la carte' to describe people who were posher than she was and whose company she craved to falling into a career as a successful theatrical agent and producer As he says 'Actors can be egotistical greedy and vain but they're not half as bad as agents and producers'Charming gossipy and above all very funny Backing Into The Spotlight is no ordinary show business memo. Absolutely hilarious Michael Whitehall is so fantastic I bought this for my father for Christmas and have already read it myself What a fascinating life he has lived

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Backing into the Spotlight A MemoirThe Spotlight is no ordinary show business memoir' Backing into the Spotlight is a hilarious and an unashamedly non PC memoir Now in his eighth decade Whitehall is a fine raconteur gloriously unreconstructed and still deeply suspicious of modernity' Daily Mail Standing in front of a full length mirror in my dressing room at ITV studios waiting to go on to the set of Backchat I had a brief conversation with my reflection 'Michael what the f do you think you're doing'Theatrical agent Michael Whitehall spent a career pushing others into the spotlight He had been involved behind the scenes with the careers of many prominent actors including Colin Firth Richard Griffiths Daniel Day Lewis Tom Courtenay Ian Ogilvy Judi Dench Edward Fox Michael Fassbender Angela Thorne and Nigel HaversBut then much to his surprise his son Jack becomes a successful comedian and actor and decides that his new comedy partner should be his father Whitehall Snr finds himself reluctantly appearing on stage and then television cast as the archetypal grumpy old man and thrust in his early seventies into a whole new career in front of the camera Minor fame comes at a sedate pace one of the highlights being a record £ win for charity with Jack on Channel 's The Million Pound DropIn this enchanting memoir Whitehall looks back on his life from growing up in suburban London in the s and 's with his saintly father and social climbing mother who coined the phrase 'à la carte' to describe people who were posher than she was and whose company she craved to falling into a career as a successful theatrical agent and producer As he says 'Actors can be egotistical greedy and vain but they're not half as bad as agents and producers'Charming gossipy and above all very funny Backing Into The Spotlight is no ord. The book is thin thin in content and thin in pages The arrogance of the author thinking we are interested in flimsy tales of family history peppered with the odd showbiz anecdote is astounding The namedropping of actors actresses the Gentlemens club's and the posh restaurants they inhabit is boring and repetitive I zipped through it with great speed whilst trying to contain my apathy It is now in the pile of books ready to take to the charity shop