'Falling Upwards - Scenes From A Life'

Falling Upwards Scenes From A Life Tim Dry s virtuoso memoir of a life in arts rises and falls through the worlds of art school mime and New Romantic pop to the cinema of Star Wars and the theatre of Steven Berkoff hallucinogenic d

  • Title: 'Falling Upwards - Scenes From A Life'
  • Author: Tim Dry
  • ISBN: 9780957246263
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tim Dry s virtuoso memoir of a life in arts, rises and falls through the worlds of art school, mime and New Romantic pop, to the cinema of Star Wars and the theatre of Steven Berkoff, hallucinogenic drugs, internationally prized photography, a globetrottery of commercials and a career in literature From a childhood encounter with a UFO to playing an alien monster in the cTim Dry s virtuoso memoir of a life in arts, rises and falls through the worlds of art school, mime and New Romantic pop, to the cinema of Star Wars and the theatre of Steven Berkoff, hallucinogenic drugs, internationally prized photography, a globetrottery of commercials and a career in literature From a childhood encounter with a UFO to playing an alien monster in the cult film, Xtro from seeing The Beatles as a boy to working with Angie Bowie, and performing in front of 100,000 people with Gary Numan, Tim Dry breaks into a theatre to see Kate Bush makes a highwire appearance on stage with Duran Duran photographs Mick Jagger is paid to go berserk as a robot in Germany has a week long near nude scene in a film with Ann Margaret encounters Her Majesty The Queen and presents a food programme on Channel 4 All this and much, much .

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    1. From Robot to Star Wars to Xtro to the Son of Nosferatu What a life! Waspishly funny, bizarre, self-deprecating, painfully honest, touching, intelligent, sharply focused and fresh. Actor, mime, musician, writer, photographic artist, once-upon-a-time hippy and 80s icon Tim Dry tells his tales of 60 years of outrageous living in Britain. Playing two roles in "Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi", supporting Gary Numan, starring in over 100 commercials and featuring as one of the most notorious movie [...]

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