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Drawing on her lifetime of experience in vaudeville and cabaret, Aussie icon Toni Lamond razzles and dazzles in this performance of her mesmerizing memoir. Still a Gypsy is the sequel to Lamond’s first autobiography, the best-selling First Half, and chronicles her time spent in Los Angeles, working in theater and television, and her mid-nineties return to Australian stages. In her urbane cabaret drawl, Lamond doles out yarn after yarn, each a tribute to her playful personality and time-honed stagecraft. The former comedienne brims with light-hearted good humor, while at the same time keeping things honest and intimate. To that end, listeners will immediately feel a strong rapport - a warm familiarity - with this storied and celebrated entertainer.

Publisher's Summary

Toni Lamond is considered Australian show-business royalty. This is the much-awaited follow-up to Toni's bestselling autobiography First Half. This is the next installment of Toni's life, a chronicle of her years in the United States and her return to Australian shores.

Toni Lamond has lived and breathed show business all her life and has had a distinguished career in TV, cabaret and the musical stage. Born to an Australian show-business dynasty, Toni's career began at age 10 singing on the radio and touring with her parents' variety shows and has since encompassed musical comedy, straight plays, recordings, film and cabaret.

In Australia she went on to star in the original productions of The Pyjama Game, Oliver, Gypsy, Anything Goes, Tunnel of Love and Wildcat. In the early 60's, a television pioneer, she was a regular on Graham Kennedy's In Melbourne Tonight (IMT), ultimately hosting her own IMT, the first woman to do so. In the UK she appeared in night clubs, revues, BBC-TV and BBC Radio. After relocating to the US in the mid 70s through the mid 90s she worked extensively in theatre. She has since returned to live permanently in Australia.

Toni has won two Logies, a Variety Club Award, and the Mo Award. In 1993 she was presented with the Key To The City of Melbourne. In 2000 she was included in the Victoria Honors List of Women Shaping the Nation.

©2002 Toni Lamond; (P)2007 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.

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