Life and Laughing: My Story. Michael McIntyre
Michael McIntyre is Britain's biggest comedy star. He has released two record-breaking DVDs, "Live and Laughing" and "Hello Wembley"; hosts his own BAFTA-nominated BBC1 series, Michael McIntyre's "Comedy Roadshow"; and, has picked up British Comedy Awards for Best Live Stand-Up and Best Male TV... show more
Michael McIntyre is Britain's biggest comedy star. He has released two record-breaking DVDs, "Live and Laughing" and "Hello Wembley"; hosts his own BAFTA-nominated BBC1 series, Michael McIntyre's "Comedy Roadshow"; and, has picked up British Comedy Awards for Best Live Stand-Up and Best Male TV Comic. Last year he became the youngest ever host of "The Royal Variety Performance", and now in 2011 he takes the hot seat as a judge in the hit ITV show "Britain's Got Talent". How did he get there? Michael reveals all in his remarkably honest and hilarious autobiography, "Life & Laughing". His showbiz roots, his appalling attempts to attract the opposite sex, his fish-out-of-water move from public to state school and his astonishing journey from selling just one ticket at the Edinburgh Festival to selling half a million tickets on his last tour. Michael's story is riveting, poignant, romantic and above all very, very funny.
Publish date: March 1st 2011
Publisher: Michael Joseph
Pages no: 367
Edition language: English
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I like Michael McIntyre, I like his comedy and have seen him perform live. I enjoyed this book, but it did read a little like another one of his shows, with lots of jokes, several of which I've already heard him perform. The first half of this book was spent talking about Michael's young life, then ...
It's kinda weird reviewing someone's autobiography, don't you think? It's like you're rating their entire life out of 5... I'm not sure I'm really qualified to that that, so let's just go with it was quite entertaining, I had a few chuckles, but other parts were a bit slow. I love Michael MacIntyre ...
I do not usually read autobiographies, I think i've read 3 at most and this is usually because they do not interest me and because most of the autobiographies that come out now are written by people of little talent who in some instances surprise me that they could actually write a book. They are of...
This is McIntyre’s book, chronicling his life and career so far. From growing up in Hampstead, his time in university to how his career started.,meeting his wife Kitty and the birth of his first child.This book was ok, just ok. There were plenty of laugh out loud moments which was the saving grace i...