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That's Me in the Corner: Adventures of an Ordinary Boy in a Celebrity World ePub download

by Andrew Collins

  • Author: Andrew Collins
  • ISBN: 0091897866
  • ISBN13: 978-0091897864
  • ePub: 1703 kb | FB2: 1968 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Arts & Literature
  • Publisher: Ebury Press (May 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 336
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 143
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That's Me in the Corner: Adventures of an Ordinary Boy in a Celebrity World ePub download

Andrew Collins was born in 1969 outside Philadelphia, grew up in Connecticut, and graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, in 1991.

Andrew Collins was born in 1969 outside Philadelphia, grew up in Connecticut, and graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, in 1991.

Start by marking That's Me in the Corner: Adventures of. .Really good book- need to read Andrew's other books as they also look brilliant. Jul 30, 2011 Robin Fox added it.

Start by marking That's Me in the Corner: Adventures of an ordinary boy in a celebrity world as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This charmingly funny, self-deprecating resumé of an ordinary man’s career to date and current life in the celebrity bear pit is penned by the author of the Sunday Times-bestselling Where Did It All Go Right? Get A Copy. Preferred the first two - could relate to them a lot more than this. Jul 21, 2008 Tony rated it really liked it.

Fast approaching his fortieth birthday, Andrew is cornered at a family gathering by the nine-year-old son of his .

Fast approaching his fortieth birthday, Andrew is cornered at a family gathering by the nine-year-old son of his brother-in-law's sister. Having seen him as a talking head on TV, the boy asks, 'What are you?' It is a question so frank and simple that Andrew doesn't have an immediate answer to hand. So, with hilarious self-deprecation, he sets out to retrace how he got to where he is today

Fast approaching his fortieth birthday, Andrew is cornered at a family gathering by the nine-year-old son of his brother-in-law's sister. Having seen him as a talking head on TV, the boy asks, 'What are you?'

Fast approaching his fortieth birthday, Andrew is cornered at a family gathering by the nine-year-old son of his brother-in-law's sister. Having seen him as a talking head on TV, the boy asks, 'What are you?'. It is a question so frank and simple that Andrew doesn't have an immediate answer to hand. So, with hilarious self-deprecation, he sets out to retrace how he got to where he is today.

Fast approaching his fortieth birthday, Andrew is cornered at a family .

Andrew Collins is perhaps most typical; his title and sub-title sum up the predicament.

In 1998, Collins published his first book, Still Suitable for Miners, an.

In 1998, Collins published his first book, Still Suitable for Miners, an authorised biography of the singer-songwriter Billy Bragg  . That's Me in the Corner: Adventures of an Ordinary Boy in a Celebrity World (2007), ISBN 0-09-189786-6.

book by Andrew Collins. Fast approaching his fortieth birthday, Andrew is cornered at a family gathering by the nine-year-old son of his brother-in-law's sister.

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Andrew Collins is an English writer and broadcaster. That's Me in the Corner: Adventures of an Ordinary Boy in a Celebrity World (2007) Ebury Press. He is the creator and writer of the Radio 4 sitcom Mr Blue Sky. His TV writing work includes EastEnders and the sitcoms Grass (which he co-wrote with Simon Day) and Not Going Out (which he initially co-wrote with Lee Mack). Collins has also worked as a music, television and film critic. In 1998, Collins published his first book, Still Suitable for Miners, an authorised biography of the singer-songwriter Billy Bragg  .

Cornered at a family gathering by a nine-year-old that asks him who he is, movie critic Andrew Collins found himself with no definite answer.In this memoir he sets out to retrace how he got to where he is today. Seventeen precarious jobs in seventeen years: from trolley collector at Sainsbury's to high-flying film critic sipping cocktails with Will Smith and Jerry Bruckheimer on a yacht in Cannes. This is Andrew's tale of rubbing shoulders with the world's biggest stars: pissing off Christina Ricci, having his hairstyle mocked by Noel Gallagher, trying not to wake Clive James from his afternoon nap, having his apple pie eaten by Bob Geldof, and somehow stumbling into the next dream job. Along the way, he's been the world's worst gossip columnist, a television presenter, a scriptwriter, and a ghost writer. The bookcharts a world of hedonism, the mundane, towering egos, shallow idiocy, and occasional moments of mind-blowing joy.