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The Big Life of a Little Man: Michael Dunn Remembered | [Sherry Kelly]

The Big Life of a Little Man: Michael Dunn Remembered

With the help of a treasure trove of letters, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, and personal journal entries from his mother, author Sherry Kelly has compiled a touching and comprehensive account of the life of Michael Dunn, the famous "little person" actor of the '60s and '70s.
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Publisher's Summary

With the help of a treasure trove of letters, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, and personal journal entries from his mother, author Sherry Kelly has compiled a touching and comprehensive account of the life of Michael Dunn, the famous "little person" actor of the '60s and '70s. Michael was well known as Dr. Loveless in The Wild Wild West TV series and was nominated for an Academy Award for his role in the movie Ship of Fools. Dunn lived an amazing life from childhood until his mysterious death in London while filming a movie.

The Big Life of a Little Man is a story of courage, determination, triumph, and one family's abounding love. Sherry Kelly's other works include A Cat Named Zooby and Your New Baby's Instruction Book.

©2010 Sherry Kelly (P)2010 Tate

What the Critics Say

"A person with dwarfism, Dunn sends a message to make all of us proud - that difference is not something on which we or anyone around us should dwell. Rather, it is one unique aspect of our lives contributing to the story of who we are." (Gary Arnold, Vice President of Public Relations, Little People of America)

"Mr. Dunn's life is a lesson that I hope all aspiring performers take to heart." (Stephen Di Benedetto, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Theatre History and Theory, The University of Miami)

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