The story of a complex man who was a brilliant film star and quintessential hedonist. This biography reveals even more about Errol Flynn than he himself divulged in his tell-all autobiography.
Born Paris, 8 November 1954, David Bret is Britain's foremost authority on the French chanson, and a leading celebrity biographer and broadcaster. His first book, "The Piaf Legend", was published to huge critical acclaim in 1988, since which time he has published over forty books, most of them best-sellers. He has a large celebrity following. He has made over 600 radio and television appearances, and appeared in fifteen television documentaries.
"Rudolph Valentino's Moose: The Nancy Sphinctergritzel Story"
"Lord Cecil Wilde: Before She Married Him"
"Nancy & Cecil: A Marriage Made In Hell"
An irreverent spoof trilogy recounting the adventures of Hollywood's most notorious lush and Valentino obsessive, Nancy Sphinctergritzel (1904-2010) and Lord Cecil Wilde (1859-1947) the beautiful, much-loved English aristocrat.
"The Yorkist Kings & The Wars of The Roses: Part Two: Richard III
April 2014: "Around The World With Nancy Sphinctergritzel or How To Hate The Pinks In Twenty Languages"
More irreverent spoof stories about the infamous lush.
"David Bret's ABC:The Wonderful & Sometimes Not So Wonderful Irreverent World of The Biographer"
David Bret's long-awaited autobiography where he dishes the dirt--on himself!
Two of his books have been optioned for films.
David Bret's website is www.davidbret.co.uk
He also has a Blog: http://davidbretbiographer.com
and may be found on Tumbl'r