Nerd Do Well
Zombies in North London, death cults in the West Country, the engineering deck of the Enterprise: Simon Pegg has been ploughing some bizarre furrows in recent times. Having blasted onto the small screens with his now legendary sitcom Spaced, his rise to nation's favourite son status has been mercurial, meteoric, megatronnic, but mostly just plain great.
From his childhood (and subsequently adult) obsession with Star Wars, his often passionate friendship with Nick Frost, and his forays into stand-up which began with his regular Monday morning slot in front of his 12-year-old classmates, this is a joyous tale of a homegrown superstar and a local boy made good.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wethewatched - LibraryThing
I love Simon Pegg and his films, which is perhaps why I found this autobiography somewhat disappointing. I applaud Pegg for opening up about his personal life and telling stories about his childhood ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Xleptodactylous - LibraryThing
Simon Pegg is one of my all-time favourite comedy actors (and writers) after watching Shaun of the Dead a few years ago and marvelling at him starring in Rik Mayall's and Ade Edmondson's Guest House ... Read full review