Billy, the ground-breaking biography of the nation's favourite iconoclast, gave millions of readers a fascinating insight into the personal and professional life of the genius that is Billy Connolly. Now, in the sequel to that best-selling book, the award-winning Pamela Stephenson celebrates life with the Scottish beastie as he hits the big six-oh.
Here we relive colourful and epic moments from Billy's early life in Glasgow - the background to an intimate portrait of his marriage with Pamela and his life in Scotland, L.A., and the rest of the world. Witty, insightful and intimate, Bravemouth draws the reader into two very different worlds - hers of international sexology and the serious psychology of humorists, his of incontinence pants, being married to a shrink... and the finer points of banjo playing.
Would you listen to Bravemouth: Living with Billy Connolly again? Why?
Yes I would, it was very funny.
What did you like best about this story?
I liked getting the first hand story from a woman who should know, his wife.
Which character – as performed by Pamela Stephenson – was your favorite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
No particular moment, just a nice snap shot of life with Billy.
Any additional comments?
Anyone who has followed Billy's story will enjoy this.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Whilst she is probably more than qualified to narrate this book , she has probably the worst Scottish accent I have heard and its content is a bit dull