Call Me Mrs. Brown: The hilarious autobiography from the star of Mrs. Brown’s Boys
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The youngest of ten children from a poor family in Dublin, his father died when he was just nine years old. Leaving school at the mere 12 years of age, Brendan began what would become a long and varied working life; he would go on to be a waiter, a publican, a window cleaner and a publisher amongst other jobs.
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Until reading this, I had no idea that next door neighbour Winnie is O'Carroll's real life sister. Mind blown. The hilarious and remarkably honest autobiography from the star of Mrs Brown's Boys, Brendan O'Carroll
Throughout the tough moments, Brendan always had humour and a good story to tell alongside the ever-guiding inspiration of his own Mammy, a formidable figure who became Ireland's first female Labour MP. Told with warmth, humour, a touch of mischievousness - and more than a few coincidences - this is the fascinating story of the one and only, Brendan O'Carroll.
Call Me Mrs. Brown: The hilarious autobiography from the star
In his own unique voice, Brendan O'Carroll strings together the threads of his life, a helter-skelter story tracing the helter-skelter journey of a scrawny kid from Finglas, Dublin to TV screens around the world, told with warmth, humour, a touch of mischievousness - and more than a few coincidences.
She is hoping to garner new fans, reconnect with old friends and fans and carry on as an Indie Writer until she can no longer raise a typing finger in this world. A story of humour born of pain, success wrung from adversity and of the steely ambition beneath the affable exterior - Sunday Life She grew up in Southeast Texas and still considers Texas home, but has recently lived in Maine and Virginia. Her interests have changed, but her love for her characters and her imaginary world she invented for them has not subsided.