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Author: Julian Clary
ISBN: 0091908728
Pages: 336 pages
Publisher: Ebury Press; New Ed edition (June 1, 2006)
Language: English
Category: Performing Arts
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Rating: 4.3
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e-Book A Young Man's Passage epub download

by Julian Clary



A Young Man’s Passage is Julian’s telling of his own rise and fall as Britain’s most famous, uncompromising queen.

A Young Man’s Passage is Julian’s telling of his own rise and fall as Britain’s most famous, uncompromising queen. After a happy suburban upbringing, only briefly ruffled by the brutality of the monks at his school, Julian packed his bags for the bright lights of London. He soon developed a taste for shameless performance-and men. It wasn’t long before he, along with his co-star Fanny the Wonder Dog, had become The Joan Collins Fan Club and the big time was just a mince away.

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Julian Peter McDonald Clary (born 25 May 1959) is an English comedian .

Julian Peter McDonald Clary (born 25 May 1959) is an English comedian, actor, presenter and novelist. Clary began appearing on television in the mid-1980s. Since then he has also acted in films, television and stage productions, and was the winner of Celebrity Big Brother 10 in 2012. Clary has released two large format comedy books: My Life With Fanny The Wonder Dog (1989) and How To Be A Man (1992). He has also published an autobiography, A Young Man's Passage, which covers his life and career up to the 1993 "Norman Lamont incident" at the British Comedy Awards (see above).

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A Young Man's Passage book. This is Julian Clary's story, in his own words - the tale of an awkward schoolboy who became a huge worldwide success on stage and screen. After a sheltered suburban upbringing, Julian was sent to St Benedict's, where beatings from 'holy' men gave him some brutal life lessons, and other 'unholy' boys his first awakenings of sexuality. He had just one true friend This is Julian Clary's story, in his own words - the tale of an awkward schoolboy who became a huge worldwide success on stage and screen.

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One of Britain’s most loved comic entertainers; this is Julian Clary’s story, in his own words — a touching, beautifully written and wryly-witty account of a unique progression from shy child to comedy icon.
melody of you
When I picked this book up I had no idea who Julian Clary was. I hadn't seen his television shows, his theatrical performances, not even seen a photo of him. In short, I never heard of him.

Nevertheless, this book may very well endure beyond him. I cannot say that I've recently read anything which speaks so eloquently. If you have known sorrow, and mirth, the kind of thing for which we remember Christopher Isherwood, then you may both understand and appreciate this surprising book. Clearly, Clary erroneously believes that only those familiar with his career would be interested in this spritely trip down Clary's passage from adolescent fantasies of future fame to his relatively early grasp of profound, and conflicted, human feeling. I am thankful to have shared a part of this frank journey with him. As memoirs go this is certainly among the more honest and deep.

Besides, you will laugh alot--as Twain noted, the most uniquely human of experiences.
Aradwyn
Shorn of Clary's considerable good looks and charm this book only amounts to a long list of self-gossip particulars for die-hard fans only. And frankly, I was expecting a lot more sex. So, thank God we have recorded copies of his greatest performances at the height of his beauty and sexiness that we can enjoy over and over. I wish him all the best, "a thing of beauty is a joy forever".
Zeks Horde
I really enjoyed reading Julians' bio.. after watching him win on Big Brother it peaked my interest in what his life was really like.. It was an excellent read !
Silverbrew
Very enjoyable book,funny but also thought provoking and wry.Well written with no disturbing errors in grammar or spelling.Off to read the next Julian Clary book now.
Gavidor
Refreshingly honest. Entertaining & true to his style. Loved it from start to finish. Looking forward to reading more of his books.
Winawel
For the previous reviewer to dub this "filth for filth's sake", s/he clearly doesn't "get" Mr. Clary.
It's him completely.
Fabulous, camp, and endearing. Going from childhood to the present all from his unique perspective. An interesting account of where such a brilliant comedian came from and perhaps what makes him tick.
He's rather frank about his life, but in such a cynical way.
As fabulous as any of the costumes he's ever donned for panto, this surely is a "must read".
Vonalij
Julian Clary's biog I found disgusting!! I am as broad minded as the next person, & more so than many, but this book was filth for filth's sake. His descriptions of what he gets up to were graphic to say the least & went far beyond just trying to shock. I can't believe that anyone could admit to being that irresponsible!

If/when he dies of AIDS he will have infected 100's of men ( & a few women) YUK!