Memoir from a much-loved film and TV star that really is the new The Moon's a Balloon
The distinguished British actor Nigel Havers has played many roles in theatre, film and TV. Famous films include: Chariots of Fire", A Passage to India", and Empire of the Sun". Hehas appearedincreasingly in TV dramas such as Upstairs,Downstairs"andDangerfield," headling the 1980s BBC sitcom Don't Wait Up". More recently he returned to comedy with Manchild". His father was Lord Havers QC.
'This is a devil-may-care, extremely endearing book with not a luvvie line in it. "Absolute bollocks. Total fun."' -- Sunday Times 'Havers could charm the knickers off a nun. Wonderfully aristocratic-looking, a great raconteur... he comes across as the sort of man you would kill to have dinner with' -- Daily Mail 'PLAYING WITH FIRE"is a highly amusing read, self-deprecating, surprisingly well-written and it zips along at a rate of knots' -- Scotsman magazine