The autobiography of one of Britain's favourite actors.
Steve Coogan is an English actor, writer, comedian and producer. He is the co-creator and star of Alan Partridge, and has appeared in numerous films including 24 Hour Party People, Minions, Night at the Museum and the BAFTA Award-winning Philomena. He lives in Sussex.
"fascinating read...disarmingly honest" * The Independent * "Absolutely fantastic, honest and candid" * Chris Evans, TFI Friday * "Coogan's childhood vignettes are both touching and hilarious...Coogan covers his one-time appetite for cocaine and alcohol with as much frankness as he does everything else but such is the warmth of the book, his excesses are the least interesting part of this very funny man...A-ha, indeed" * Evening Standard * "a wonderful insight into a man who has lived it all" * Yorkshire Post * "Written with distinctive humour and an unexpected candour, Coogan's autobiography travels from a noisy childhood surrounded by foster kids via his attention-seeking teenage years to his emergence as a household name with the birth of Alan Partridge." * Gransnet *