Moose, aka Eddie the dog from ‘Frasier’, reveals his mongrel-to-megastar story as he takes readers behind the scenes of this hilarious hit TV show and shares stories about his co-stars, his romances, his trip to Cannes Film Festival and his Hollywood Lifestyle.
Moose is the highest paid Jack Russell in the world, and the most famous. His story is one of overnight success. Thrown into the spotlight, his success has propelled him into a fame that can only be rivaled by such mega-stars as Lassie and Rin Tin Tin. He has been a member of the ‘Frasier’ cast ensemble since the show began 6 years ago, as Frasier’s father’s faithful companion and partner in crime. He is an annoying, funny and sarcastic Jack Russell terrier who thinks he is king of the world. He is constantly getting himself into trouble, and not just on the TV show!
Moose has appeared in several national print and TV commercials, and has also graced the covers of such notable publications as Life Magazine, TV Guide, and Entertainment Weekly, as well as joining the ranks of Cindy Crawford et al with his own calendar. However, he still insists on keeping all 4 paws on the ground. “It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there and the competition is thick. There’s a lot of of young hungry pups on the way up!”
Set to capture the hearts of countless fans who watch Eddie on TV’s highly rated show ‘Frasier’, Eddie: My Life as a Dog reveals details on his work on the show, his immense talent, his romances, how he learned to act, his co-stars and what life is really like for a big-time Hollywood celebrity. Does he really eat out of a solid gold doggy bowl?
Due to the demands of his busy schedule, this unofficial book will be written in collaboration with situation comedy writer Brian Hargrove.
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An enjoyable read for Eddie-the-dog fans, My Life As a Dog is full of the same snappy attitude that brought stardom to Moose on Frazier. Great photos, replies to a sampling of letters received by the popular canine and an entertaining life history will supply you with the answers to every possible trivia question about this adorable Jack Russell terrier. What was his first professional job? How many children does he have? What was the name of the film that he and son Enzo acted in alongside Kevin Bacon and Diane Lane? It's all here, and all narrated by the king of cute himself.
Ever wondered why his tongue is always sticking out in that oh-so-elegant manner? Turns out he wore his teeth down from chewing too much as a puppy. You'll be relieved to learn that Frazier isn't really a dog hater--he gets along just fine with Eddie off-screen, and apparently his breath smells like popcorn. We won't spoil the rest of it for you--if you want to learn about the inspiration for that continual stare, or just what flavour of dog biscuits he's partial to, you will just have to read it yourself! --Jill LightnerFrom the Back Cover:
Eddie Moose, who portrays Eddie, star of the hit TV show 'Frasier', reveals his mongrel-to-megastar story in this long-awaited autobiography. In it, he takes readers behind the scenes of the award-winning TV show, and shares stories about his co-stars, his romances and his Hollywood lifestyle.
Moose, now the highest-paid Jack Russell in showbusiness, has been a member of the 'Frasier' cast since the show began, playing the part of Frasier's father's faithful companion and partner in crime. Stardom has resulted in Moose gracing the covers of notable publications such as 'Life' magazine and 'Entertainment Weekly', and he has joined the ranks of other megastars by having his own calendar published.
'Eddie: My Life as a Dog' reveals the true Jack Russell behind the glitz – the immense talent, the consummate professionalism, the egomania and the unwavering loyalty that make up one of Hollywood's brightest stars.
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