Michael Barrymore, television celebrity and gameshow host, tells his own story. He covers his days of alcohol and drug abuse, his treatment in an American clinic and his return to the stage and TV screen.
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Michael Barrymore was born in Bermondsey, South London, in May 1952. Today he is one of the most popular, versatile and sought-after comedy entertainers in the United Kingdom. He is married to Cheryl, and together they live in London with their West Highland Terrier, Candy. On television, Michael has hosted ten series of the game show Strike It Lucky. He appeared in three Royal Variety Performances in front of Her Majesty the Queen, topping the bill to universal acclaim in 1993. Most recently, Michael has developed his own unique light entertainment show entitled simply Barrymore. Throughout 1993 and 1994, Michael was presented with numerous awards, including three silver hearts from the Variety Club of Great Britain, and four British Comedy Awards (two of which, for Barrymore, were voted on by the British public). Michael is currently ITV Personality of the Year for the third time. Now having recorded a fourth series of Barrymore, Michael is looking forward to the prospect of an international future.
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Book Description HUTCHINSON, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0091792371