King: The Life and Comedy of Graham Kennedy
Biography of Australian television personality Graham Kennedy. Traces Kennedy's career from a working-class Melbourne background to becoming a regular host on Australian television, before moving into film. Looks at the way Kennedy examined humour traditions and invented new comic genres for television. Includes photos, endnotes, bibliography, and index. Author is an actor, director, producer, and writer, and has previously co-authored the biography of Brett Whiteley, 'An Unauthorised Life', and edited 'Australian Theatre: Backstage with Graeme Blundell'.
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Review: King: The Life and Comedy of Graham KennedyUser Review - Maree - Goodreads
An insight into the life of a comedian, some good bits some boring bits, some bad bits. He certainly led an interesting life at times. Read full review
Review: King: The Life and Comedy of Graham KennedyUser Review - Sharon - Goodreads
not as good as what I thought it would be. What is reveled is a very intresting man, away from the spotlight. Read full review