An element of drama has always attended Rupert Everett, even before he swept to fame with his outstanding performance in 'Another Country'. He has spent his life surrounded by extraordinary people, and witnessed extraordinary events. He was in Moscow during the fall of communism; in Berlin the night the wall came down; and in downtown Manhattan on September 11th. By the age of 17 he was friends with Andy Warhol and Bianca Jagger, and since then he has been up close and personal with some of the most famous women in the world: Julia Roberts, Madonna, Sharon Stone and Donatella Versace. Whether sweeping the floor for the Royal Shakespeare Company or co-starring with Faye Dunaway and an orang-utan in 'Dunstan Checks In' (they both took ages to get ready), Rupert Everett always brings as much energy and talent to his life as he does to his career. A superb raconteur and a keen observer of human folly (especially his own), Rupert Everett turns his life into a captivating story of love, fame, glamour, gossip and drama.A huge poster on its rough stone wall proclaimed: a#39;All seats 40p.a#39; a#39;This doesna#39;t look ... Philip Prowse was a bit like a defrocked Zen monk. He was icy calm, with ... An actor could perform a scene with heart-wrenching vulnerability, and then turn proudly to Philip. a#39;What did you think? ... But for the time being the most valuable thing had happened: a creative contact had been made, and a foundation for my life.
|Title||:||Red Carpets And Other Banana Skins|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2008-09-04|