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Paperback 336 Pages / Published: 24/11/2011
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'I've always been wilful... I've always been stubborn and always determined'One of our best-loved actresses, Celia Imrie would rather have been a dancer. As a child she planned to join the Royal Ballet and marry Rudolf Nureyev. Now she has become one of our finest and funniest performers, on stage, TV and screen - adored for her roles in Acorn Antiques and dinnerladies, as well as films including Calendar Girls and Nanny McPhee.
In her hugely entertaining autobiography Celia Imrie recounts a life hurtling (not always intentionally) into adventures both on stage and off. Whether it's finding herself on stage with half the scenery stuck to her cardigan, or being kidnapped on her way to location, somehow she emerges from the chaos unscathed.
Acting, she admits, is a mad, chaotic profession and it is her refreshing honesty, sense of mischief, fun and almost unruffled determination in the face of it all that makes this autobiography a never-ending delight.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9781444709292
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 254 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 21 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
For tasty gossip, Celia is the hottest ticket in town...The Happy Hoofer is backstage gossip from the premiere league. * Robert McCrum, Observer *
From the moment where she finds herself on stage with scenery stuck to her cardigan, to the time she was kidnapped on her way to a location, she emerges with both her sense of humour and dignity in tact. * Good Housekeeping, Book of the Month *
If you're anything like me, seeing Celia Imrie's name flash onscreen inspires a sigh of relief. I think, "Class act. Everything's going to be OK." Her memoir, The Happy Hoofer, is every bit as assured and entertaining. It's a lively romp populated by the entertainment world's great, good, and downright naughty (often Imrie). * Scotsman Magazine *
Her new autobiography is full of drama... and obviously, from someone so closely associated with comedy, it's extremely funny * Gay Times *
wildly entertaining * Daily Telegraph *

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“A good read full of fun”

When reading this book it really feels like Celia is talking to you as her character with all its fun and flaws comes across. At times it is a bit "jolly hockey sticks" but that is her after all.She paints... More

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13th June 2011
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