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Daddy's Girl: The Autobiography of Deborah Watling Paperback – 17 May 2010
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I do love these kinds of autobiographies that take you into the guts of theatre work and all the hardships and joys that come with it.
Also comes with a dvd including convention footage and an interview.
A brilliant release well worth a listen of a very interesting life it's just a shame it's not unabridged.
Ms Watling tells a story that shows herself to be a capable, independant person with a remarkable level-head. In the course of the story she has to deal with an array of crackpots. including awkward fellow actors, a stalker, crazy audience members, irrational fans, etc.
But more than anything else this is a good, honest, account of the life of a jobbing actor, in the period 1965-95.
I read it quickly. Partly because it's written concisely but mainly because her story is both entertaining and true to life.