At about the age of ten, Michael McStay was enticed on stage to sing a song with Simple Simon. For his efforts, he was rewarded with a sixpenny piece and a kiss from Red Riding Hood. A career choice had suddenly been made.
From cult classics such as Doctor Who and Jason King, to popular series such as Coronation Street and Crossroads, from gritty dramas such as No Hiding Place, to countless other screen, stage, and radio productions, Inconsequential and Irrelevant – A Worm’s Eye View of Acting is a stylish and humorous journey through a life of living where the work takes an actor.
Peter Purves, Actor and TV Presenter
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