As both star and director of the acclaimed film Henry V, young Branagh has had his career compared to that of Lawrence Olivier. Full of charm, humor, and insight into an actor's craft, Branagh's intriguing autobiography tells of his childhood in Belfast, his training at the Royal Academy of Drama, and his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
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Kenneth Branagh, who lives in London, is the author of three previous books: an autobiography, Beginning (Norton), and the tie-in volumes to Much Ado About Nothing (Norton), and Henry V.From Publishers Weekly:
Critically acclaimed Branagh, 28, details his career, which has so far included a stint with the Royal Shakespeare Company, television stardom and direction of his own role in a film version of Henry V . "His book has charm because of the delight he takes in the theater and in working with such great actors as Derek Jacobi and Paul Scofield," said PW.
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Descrizione libro CHATTO & WINDUS. LONDON 1989, 1989. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110701133880