Nigel Goodall is one of Britain’s leading celebrity biographers. Born in the UK in 1950, he has written about some of the biggest names in showbusiness in books, albums, articles and programmes. He was nominated for the first-ever non-fiction writing award and many of his books have become bestsellers throughout the world, earning him the reputation of writing about subjects that he admires and feels passionate about.
He took on his first writing commission in 1990 when he was asked by a friend to help produce a unique book on Cliff Richard’s recording sessions. Since then he has written books about celebrities in both the film and pop worlds, and is frequently seen on both American and British TV in documentaries about some of the subjects he has written about.