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Antony Sher was born in South Africa and shot to fame as an actor for the Richard III that is the subject of this book. Other roles at the RSC include the Fool to Michael Gambon's Lear, Tamburlaine, Cyrano, Macbeth (with Harriet Walter) and, this year, Iago. He has published three novels, a book of his paintings and drawings and an autobiography, Beside Myself (Hutchinson 2001). His first play, I.D., premiered at the Almeida in 2003 with Sher in the lead. He was knighted in 2000.
One of the best books ever written about the acting profession. I gift this book so often because it candidly describes the plight of the actor.Published 2 days ago by directorrich
Mr Sher provides a wealth of both personal observations and spot on advice about tackling 'The Crookback Spider', or any Shakespearean role for that matter.Published 4 months ago by Stephen L. Broker
Brilliant! It feels authentic and is a great inspiration for anybody interested in pursuing a career in acting!Published 9 months ago by Rostislav Petrov