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'WHERE HAVE I BEEN ALL MY LIFE? A MEMOIR'
by ANNETTE ANDRÉ
For someone who has professed “terminal shyness,” Annette André has written her memoir with arresting honesty and generosity. From a lonely childhood in Sydney, Australia, and overcoming a chronic illness to become a professional ballet dancer, Where Have I Been All My Life? reveals the truth behind her storybook romance with a famous bullfighter, how Benny Hill proposed marriage, and why a chance conversation with Prince Charles helped to change the course of her life.
Guest starring with Roger Moore in more of The Saint episodes than any other actress, Annette quickly became one of the most popular TV actors of Britain’s “Golden Age,” in such classic series as The Avengers, The Prisoner, The Persuaders! and her most memorable role of all, as Jeannie in Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). From her fly–on–the–wall view of Burton and Taylor’s romance while filming Cleopatra to the perils of shooting A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum, and her appearances on the West End stage, Annette found writing the story of her life “excruciatingly hard work, but like a good orgasm, damn well worth the effort."
Where Have I Been All My Life is the story of the life of one of British television's most recognisable faces, and features a heartfelt foreword by Sir Roger Moore, and An Appreciation by Kenneth Cope.
272 pages, with 16 pages of colour and black and white photos, ISBN: 978-1-911537-10-6
Hardback, with dust jacket.
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