Foreword by Steve Coogan
‘Ha bloody ha’ The Stage
‘Had me laughing out loud and becoming an embarrassment on public transport. Anyone who has ever had the mildest interest in the theatre should receive a mandatory copy of this book’ Simon Brett, Punch
Another great actor explores himself and his profession in this terrifically scathing parody of the theatrical memoir. Hilarious, vindictive and very accurate.
‘acto-biography’ of the most controversial thespian of his generation.
memoirs of Nicholas Craig – theatrical eminence best known for his Trueplate in
The Cuckolde of Leicester and more popularly as Gob in Oh No! It's the
Neighbours! – are re-released for a grateful audience with a new foreword by Steve Coogan.
Startlingly truthful, unflinchingly
illustrated, I, An Actor is a piton up the slope of creativity for theatre
fans and aspiring actors alike, revealing everything that most theatrical
autobiographies cravenly avoid.