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Are You Anybody?: An Actor's Life Paperback – March, 1997
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Maybe Bradford Dillman should have chucked that Hollywood career and been a writer, instead. My stomach muscles are sore from laughing. His ability to set the scene, tell a story, and recreate dialogue may come, now that I think about it, from all those years on the set.
This is a wonderfully entertaining and engaging book.
I remember one night when my wife and I watched A Circle of Deception, made I think in the early 60's. Dillman was matched with model-actress Suzy Parker. My wife mentioned, "You know they got married after this movie, don't you?"
I was astounded. I looked at Suzy Parker, who at the time was offically The Most Beautiful Woman in the World. Then I looked at Bradford Dillman. Then I looked back at Suzy Parker. Then I told my wife she must have been mistaken.
But, after reading this charming book, I can see why the super model fell for him. He's got a great sense of humor, mainly self efacing, but he can also make you feel and appreciate the great comedy of Life.
By my reckoning, he's 80 years of age. Not too late to write another book. I hope he does!
Please, Mr. Dillman, MORE !!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As a working actor for a number of years who is among the majority who would have to say "no" to the Are you Anybody question, I loved every page which tells the truth and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by THOMAS CHOISNET
My husband read this book and enjoyed it, especially the parts about Suzy Parker, Bradford Dillman's wifePublished 20 months ago by Linda Hartle
Bradford Dillman's autobiography was a delight! In some sections, such as when he talks about working in live television, I laughed out loud. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sharon Duffy
Enjoyable to a degree. I would have liked to have Dillman spend a little more time on what got him from Long Day's Journey to some of the shlock he later made (granted to pay the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by jd
When I discovered that Bradford Dillman had written a biography, and that its title was "Are You Somebody?" I ordered it immediately. Read morePublished on November 16, 1999 by Sandra H. Necchi