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by Kati Nicholl,Alan Carr

eBook Look Who It Is! download ISBN: 0007288840
Author: Kati Nicholl,Alan Carr
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; Abridged edition (October 1, 2008)
Language: English
ePub: 1968 kb
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Look Who It Is! Alan Carr My Story on Audio CD. New and sealed. He is famously the son of football manager Graham Carr. He won the BBC New Comedian of the Year in 2001 and his stand-up tour, filmed for a DVD Tooth Fairy, released at Christmas; was a nation-wide sell-out.

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Look who it is. 278 printed pages. The brilliantly funny and inimitable Alan Carr tells his life story in his own words, from growing up in a football-mad family in Northampton to his rise to become one of Britain’s best-loved comedians. Puberty had been unkind. Whereas it had come in the night and left the other boys with chiselled, stubbly chins and deep masculine voices, I’d been left with a huge pair of knockers and the voice of a pensioner. Alan Carr Alan Carr grew up in one of the most boring towns in England - Northampton. A place known for making shoes.

I didn’t realise this wonderful vibrant place, my home for the next seven years, would turn out to be so pivotal in my comedy career f the National Express coach near P. .

I didn’t realise this wonderful vibrant place, my home for the next seven years, would turn out to be so pivotal in my comedy career f the National Express coach near Piccadilly Gardens. It was raining when I got off, and if my memory serves me well it never stopped raining for the next seven years. Anyway, to me, Manchester was just another destination on my round-the-world trip.

Look Who It Is! book. Alan Carr is such a natural story teller, he comes across as a genuinely nice guy and you're soon cheering him on to succeed, even though you already know what happens at the end. I'd heartily recommend this to anyone who want's a light hearted heartwarming read and a bit of a giggle.

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Look Who It Is! is the autobiography of British comedian and television presenter Alan Carr. It details his life from growing up in Weymouth to presenting The Friday Night Project. In the book, Carr recounts how he grew up in the shadow of his father, Graham Carr, and was therefore expected to grow up to be a great football player, despite his childhood "puppy fat"

Alan Carr tells his life story in his own words, from growing up in a football-mad family in Northampton to his rise as one of Britain's best-loved comedians.

Alan Carr tells his life story in his own words, from growing up in a football-mad family in Northampton to his rise as one of Britain's best-loved comedians. Whereas it had come in the night and left the other boys with chiselled, stubbly chins and deep masculine voices, I'd been left with a huge pair of knockers and the voice of a pensioner. Alan Carr grew up in one of the most boring towns in England - Northampton. It was also known for its football club, Northampton Town FC.

Famed for his gentle innocence and brilliant observational wit, comedian Alan Carr describes his childhood growing up in a football-mad family in Northampton and his rise to become one of Britain's best-loved comedians. 'Puberty had been unkind. Whereas it had come in the night and left the other boys with chiselled, stubbly chins and deep masculine voices, I'd been left with a huge pair of knockers and the voice of a pensioner.' Alan Carr Alan Carr grew up in one of the most boring towns in England -- Northampton. A place known for making shoes. It was also famous for its football club, Northampton Town FC. Alan's dad as manager of the club was a local hero. A dream come true for most lads, but not Alan. Alan wore glasses and had man boobs at 14. He did not like P.E. In his very first book, Alan tells his life story ('oh and what a life') with his unique twist of natural, observational humour -- 'I'm not saying I'm a fantasist but there have been times when things that I've seen on television when I was younger have tended to seep into my subconscious and blended into my own life. I remember telling my Mum about the time I stopped that woman from having a diamond encrusted necklace stolen and she'd say 'No Alan, that was Poirot.' With his tongue-in-cheek, end of pier humour that has made him famous, Alan describes an ordinary life in bursts of technicolour. His journey from awkward schoolboy hiding his man-boobs on the pitch, drinking tea with the dinner ladies and working in a call centre, to becoming one of our best-loved comedians likened to the great Frankie Howerd, will make his book a guaranteed tickler with a laugh-out-loud gag on every page.
Comments: (7)
Goldenfang
I enjoyed this book very much. I was glad to realise that he is not big-headed, even if he is so popular. As usual I would have liked to see some photos.
Ramsey`s
I'd only seen Alan Carr as a guest on tv shows, but his book was even better. His stories are hilarious.
Urllet
This had me laughing no matter what my day threw at me! It was very funny cover to cover and I highly recommend you give it a read
Nakora
Interesting autobiography. It's great to learn about the paths people take to their career choice. Funny, lovable, humble comedian Alan Carr shares his early life until adult fame. I found the book easily read, and enjoyable.

I bought from a great seller who quickly shipped the book in exactly the condition it was promised in.
Maman
There's always a line somewhere wherein you just end up laughing to yourself out loud, regardless of your mood and/or the place you're at. Loved it!
Uickabrod
Everyone who knows Alan Carr wants to know more about his life. This book offers
you the opportunity to know him a little better. It's not as funny as his stand up comedy.
Ieregr
I am a fan of Alan Carr however, I thought that this book was badly written. I felt like no one had proof read it before it was published.
This is an enjoyable read. Alan writes as though he is having a chat with you. If you like his chat show you will enjoy this book.