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The Man Who is Mrs Brown - The Biography of Brendan O'Carroll von [O'Dornan, David]
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When Brendan O’Carroll, creator and star of Mrs Brown’s Boys, stood on stage to collect his first BAFTA for the phenomenally successful comedy series in 2012, it marked a new milestone in his incredible career. Finally, he was being acknowledged as a worldwide sensation in his role as the irrepressible ‘Mammy’ Agnes Brown.

Over the last few years, Brendan has spread his wings to taste success as an author, a playwright, a comedian, an actor, a television star and more, picking up major awards along the way. But it hasn’t always been a bed of roses for the Dubliner, who started off life working as a waiter before evolving into the hardest working man in showbiz.

Born in 1955 as the youngest of 11 children, he grew up in a two-bedroom corporation house in the rough-and-tumble working class area of Finglas in north Dublin. After his father Gerard died, when Brendan was just seven years old, his formidable mother Maureen – who influenced Brendan’s future career – raised him on his own.

Life truly didn’t begin until 40 for Brendan, who left school aged just 12 and tried his hand at anything to earn a living, including jobs as a milkman, DJ, bar manager and painter and decorator. But after being persuaded to have a go on the comedy circuit it was the the beginning of a new dawn in Brendan’s life that would see him become the man with the Midas touch.

In the years since, his work rate has become phenomenal as his earthy comedy has become a global hit, he found love again with his second wife and co-star Jennifer Gibney and he has become rich beyond his wildest dreams thanks to his foul-mouthed matriarch Mrs Brown.

In this first ever biography of the star, David O’Dornan reveals the extraordinary rags to riches journey Brendan O’Carroll has made to become a comedy genius loved by millions of devoted fans. This is a must-read book for any fan and includes exclusive interviews with those nearest and dearest to the star.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

David O'Dornan has been associate editor of the "Sunday Life" newspaper in Belfast since 2009.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2563 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 320 Seiten
  • Verlag: John Blake (7. Oktober 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1782198156
  • ISBN-13: 978-1782198154
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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HASH(0x89d52810) von 5 Sternen Wouldn't buy again... 27. Juni 2015
Von D. Warfield - Veröffentlicht auf
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It was a nice book in that finding anything about Brendan O'Carroll on this side of the pond is challenging. However, it just mainly seemed to be a collection of interviews pieced together to form a biography.

Remember when your dad took his paper to the loo? That's kind of how I think of these books - quick read, bit of fluff but nothing meaty enough that would bother me having to put it down and going back to it a day or two later.
HASH(0x89d669e4) von 5 Sternen Give Yourself Laughter-You'll Love It. 20. Mai 2016
Von Jacqueline Bale-Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf
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This fills in the back-story of Brendan O'Carroll a magical writer, comedian, producer, and director who has developed an extraordinary character who has become beloved around the world. His comedy is a cross between old time Vaudeville, slapstick, and music-hall. If you want a great laugh watch Mrs Browns Boys on U Tube. You will laugh until your sides hurt and you'll want more. Everyone should have an Irish Mother, if only to increase your vocabulary, and give you some great one-liners. This man is a great hearted, loving, who spreads Love and Laughter, and shares his family with us all.
HASH(0x89d668c4) von 5 Sternen The Man who is Mrs Brown- The Biography of Brendon O'Carroll 12. Mai 2014
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I did enjoy the book was very interesting but was very repetitive I thought. Great to read about which of his family had roles in the TV series
HASH(0x89d669b4) von 5 Sternen buy 3. November 2013
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It was a really good book to read it gave you an insight t
To what his live was like
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