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Merrick, Leonard: The Actor-Manager
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Erscheinungsdatum: 06.10.2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Actor-Manager, Autor: Merrick, Leonard, Verlag: Mason Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: FICTION // General, Rubrik: Belletristik // Romane, Erzählungen, Seiten: 308, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 414 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Do You Know Me? , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 410min
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This book is an anecdotal memoir spanning Tony Roberts' 55 years as a professional actor. During that time, Roberts has appeared in 23 Broadway shows, 25 films, three television series, and recorded numerous audiobooks and voice-over commercials. He explores the sources of his ambition and describes the ups and downs of a career in show business. While not a "how-to" book, it provides the inspirational guidance taught by one of America's greatest acting teachers: Alvina Krause. Oh, there's also a lot of stuff about Woody Allen and other people you've probably heard of. Roberts has been in six films for Allen and five Broadway hits for David Merrick. He has been nominated twice for a Tony Award and was the winner of the London Critics Poll Award for his performance in the hit Promises, Promises in the West End. His other Broadway credits include The Royal Family; Xanadu; The Tale of the Allergist's Wife; Cabaret; Victor/Victoria; Jerome Robbins' Broadway; They're Playing Our Song; Absurd Person Singular; Arsenic and Old Lace; Sugar; How Now, Dow Jones; Barefoot in the Park; and a dozen others. He appeared on screen in the Academy Award-winning Annie Hall, and in Play It Again, Sam; Serpico; The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3; Amityville 3D; Radio Days; 18 Again; Star Spangled Girl; Switch; and many others. His television output includes Arthur Miller's The American Clock, Saul Bellow's Seize the Day, and his own series for NBC, Rosetti & Ryan. Mr. Roberts has recorded more than 50 audiobooks, including the popular Stuart Woods detective series featuring Stone Barrington. A New Yorker by birth, he graduated from The High School of Music & Art, and Northwestern University. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tony Roberts. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/044429/bk_acx0_044429_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Emanuel Azenberg
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Emanuel "Manny" Azenberg is an award-winning American theatre producer and general manager whose professional relationship with playwright Neil Simon spans thirty-three years. Azenburg was born in The Bronx and attended the Bronx High School of Science. He became interested in the theatre after seeing his uncle, former Yiddish theatre actor Wolfe Barzell, perform in the 1948 play Skipper Next to God by Jan de Hartog. After studying at New York University and serving time in the United States Army, he became the assistant company manager for The Legend of Lizzie, an ill-fated 1959 play that closed after two performances. He worked for David Merrick and Alexander H. Cohen before earning his first producing credit with The Lion in Winter in 1966. Azenburg first met Neil Simon in 1963 when the two played softball with Robert Redford, who was appearing in Simon''s play Barefoot in the Park at the time

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The Actor-Manager
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Leonard Merrick (1864-1939) was an English writer who J. M. Barrie called 'the novelist's novelist'. Merrick's works, several of which were made into films, include 'The Actor-Manager,' 'THe Quaint Companions,' 'The Worldlings,' 'Cynthia' and others.

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Do You Know Who I Am?
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From his appearance as Ronald Merrick in the television adaptation of The Jewel in the Crown to his recent role in the hit play King Charles III, Tim Pigott-Smith has been recognised as one of Britain's most loved contemporary actors. On stage his work encompassed the Bristol Old Vic, Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre, West End and Broadway. He acted with Jeremy Irons, Charles Dance, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Caine, Peggy Ashcroft and Judi Dench and collaborated with a host of famous directors, from his late friend Howard Davies, to John Huston and Peter Hall. In his memoir, Do You Know Who I Am?, Pigott-Smith describes the actor's craft with witty anecdotes and fascinating insight. He recalls his childhood and early beginnings in the paint shop at the RSC Stratford, the life of a jobbing actor in 1960s and 70s London, strange meetings with glamorous Hollywood producers, filming a football match with Pelé in Hungary, the epic Indian saga of The Jewel in the Crown and more recent projects such as Mike Bartlett's King Charles III, first performed at the Almeida Theatre and later transferred to Wyndham's Theatre in the West End, Broadway and to film. What is the story of Judi Dench and the black glove? What was it like to visit Michael Caine's LA mansion? How does one produce the character of the complex and unforgettable Corporal Merrick? Humorously written, warm, engaging and accompanied by black and white photographs, Do You Know Who I Am? is an entertaining memoir from one of our great acting talents. Tim Pigott-Smith died in April 2017, shortly before this book was published, having passed final proofs for press.

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Do You Know Who I Am?
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From his appearance as Ronald Merrick in the television adaptation of The Jewel in the Crown to his recent role in the hit play King Charles III, Tim Pigott-Smith has been recognised as one of Britain's most loved contemporary actors. On stage his work encompassed the Bristol Old Vic, Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre, West End and Broadway. He acted with Jeremy Irons, Charles Dance, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Caine, Peggy Ashcroft and Judi Dench and collaborated with a host of famous directors, from his late friend Howard Davies, to John Huston and Peter Hall. In his memoir, Do You Know Who I Am?, Pigott-Smith describes the actor's craft with witty anecdotes and fascinating insight. He recalls his childhood and early beginnings in the paint shop at the RSC Stratford, the life of a jobbing actor in 1960s and 70s London, strange meetings with glamorous Hollywood producers, filming a football match with Pelé in Hungary, the epic Indian saga of The Jewel in the Crown and more recent projects such as Mike Bartlett's King Charles III, first performed at the Almeida Theatre and later transferred to Wyndham's Theatre in the West End, Broadway and to film. What is the story of Judi Dench and the black glove? What was it like to visit Michael Caine's LA mansion? How does one produce the character of the complex and unforgettable Corporal Merrick? Humorously written, warm, engaging and accompanied by black and white photographs, Do You Know Who I Am? is an entertaining memoir from one of our great acting talents. Tim Pigott-Smith died in April 2017, shortly before this book was published, having passed final proofs for press.

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The Actor-Manager
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Leonard Merrick (1864-1939) was an English writer who J. M. Barrie called 'the novelist's novelist'. Merrick's works, several of which were made into films, include 'The Actor-Manager,' 'THe Quaint Companions,' 'The Worldlings,' 'Cynthia' and others.

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Do You Know Who I Am?
20,80 € *
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From his appearance as Ronald Merrick in the television adaptation of The Jewel in the Crown to his recent role in the hit play King Charles III, Tim Pigott-Smith has been recognised as one of Britain's most loved contemporary actors. On stage his work encompassed the Bristol Old Vic, Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre, West End and Broadway. He acted with Jeremy Irons, Charles Dance, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Caine, Peggy Ashcroft and Judi Dench and collaborated with a host of famous directors, from his late friend Howard Davies, to John Huston and Peter Hall. In his memoir, Do You Know Who I Am?, Pigott-Smith describes the actor's craft with witty anecdotes and fascinating insight. He recalls his childhood and early beginnings in the paint shop at the RSC Stratford, the life of a jobbing actor in 1960s and 70s London, strange meetings with glamorous Hollywood producers, filming a football match with Pelé in Hungary, the epic Indian saga of The Jewel in the Crown and more recent projects such as Mike Bartlett's King Charles III, first performed at the Almeida Theatre and later transferred to Wyndham's Theatre in the West End, Broadway and to film. What is the story of Judi Dench and the black glove? What was it like to visit Michael Caine's LA mansion? How does one produce the character of the complex and unforgettable Corporal Merrick? Humorously written, warm, engaging and accompanied by black and white photographs, Do You Know Who I Am? is an entertaining memoir from one of our great acting talents. Tim Pigott-Smith died in April 2017, shortly before this book was published, having passed final proofs for press.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Do You Know Who I Am?
17,49 € *
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From his appearance as Ronald Merrick in the television adaptation of The Jewel in the Crown to his recent role in the hit play King Charles III, Tim Pigott-Smith has been recognised as one of Britain's most loved contemporary actors. On stage his work encompassed the Bristol Old Vic, Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre, West End and Broadway. He acted with Jeremy Irons, Charles Dance, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Caine, Peggy Ashcroft and Judi Dench and collaborated with a host of famous directors, from his late friend Howard Davies, to John Huston and Peter Hall. In his memoir, Do You Know Who I Am?, Pigott-Smith describes the actor's craft with witty anecdotes and fascinating insight. He recalls his childhood and early beginnings in the paint shop at the RSC Stratford, the life of a jobbing actor in 1960s and 70s London, strange meetings with glamorous Hollywood producers, filming a football match with Pelé in Hungary, the epic Indian saga of The Jewel in the Crown and more recent projects such as Mike Bartlett's King Charles III, first performed at the Almeida Theatre and later transferred to Wyndham's Theatre in the West End, Broadway and to film. What is the story of Judi Dench and the black glove? What was it like to visit Michael Caine's LA mansion? How does one produce the character of the complex and unforgettable Corporal Merrick? Humorously written, warm, engaging and accompanied by black and white photographs, Do You Know Who I Am? is an entertaining memoir from one of our great acting talents. Tim Pigott-Smith died in April 2017, shortly before this book was published, having passed final proofs for press.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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