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  • Author:
    Quentin Falk
  • ISBN:
    086051823X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0860518235
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  • Publisher:
    Robson Book Ltd; 1st edition (October 1, 1993)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Arts & Literature
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  • Rating:
    4.7
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Quentin Falk – Albert Finney in Character: A Biography – 1992, page 23 "This was Fernald's production of Ian Dallas's The Face of Love, a modern-dress version of Troilus and Cressida.

Quentin Falk – Albert Finney in Character: A Biography – 1992, page 23 "This was Fernald's production of Ian Dallas's The Face of Love, a modern-dress version of Troilus and Cressida. a b c d e f g h i FINNEY COMES BACK TO FILM Farber, Stephen. New York Times 26 July 1981: .

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Albert Finney in Character: A Biography. Quentin Falk - Albert Finney in Character: A Biography - 1992 Page 23 "This was Fernald's production of Ian Dallas's The Face of Love, a modern-dress version of Troilus and Cressida. Laurence Olivier, Confessions of an Actor, Orion, 1994, p243. "David Lean" by Stephen M. Silverman (Abrams, New York, 1992).

Albert Finney in character. Published 1992 by Robson Books in London. Albert Finney (1936-).

My biography of Albert Finney was published to great acclaim by The History Press in January 2017. The joy of this book is that it will make you return to Finney, possibly one of the most under-rated, (and certainly under-awarded), actors of his generation. Paul T Davies: BritishTheatre. Strolling Player is a great read for anyone who believes that the British actors of stage as well as screen who emerged in the early second half of the Twentieth Century – Albert Finney included – are the best the country has ever seen. Greg Jameson: Entertainment Focus.

There was no "Albert Finney"-type character that he returned to again and again. This is a man from very humble origins who became rich when he was very young," said Quentin Falk, author of an unauthorized biography of Finney. It brought him a lot of side benefits

There was no "Albert Finney"-type character that he returned to again and again. The world has lost a giant," Craig said. It brought him a lot of side benefits.

Showing all 83 items After I played a homosexual character in Любовь без имени (1994), an American journalist asked if I'd have a rainbow flag on my car's bumper.

Showing all 83 items. The actor gave a flat refusal. When cast in the lead for the film "Wolfen," Albert Finney was coached by Al Pacino in creating a Bronx accent for his role. Personal Quotes (10). After I played a homosexual character in Любовь без имени (1994), an American journalist asked if I'd have a rainbow flag on my car's bumper. I said I don't 'do' bumper stickers, but if I did, I'd be pleased to use that one.

Albert Finney was once the screen's incarnation of the new British working-class hero. In the theatre, he was hailed as the new Olivier. Yet, instead of actively pursuing either image, he went his own way. This biography, attempts to probe the real man beneath the many masks of the actor, director, traveller, bon viveur and lover.

Whitestone
This biography is as I expected: precise, light reading, as opposed to a psychological "tome." It covers this iconic actor mostly from a professional point of view, but also gives coverage of his personal involvements, starting from childhood. I would have liked more photographs, although the ones included were fine. My general impression is that Finney doesn't let anyone get too close to his "inner core," but has led a busy, productive life. I'm completely satisfied with this purchase.
Perius
Just ok even though I am a big fan. I wish he had written more about his days in the theatre.
Narder
written by a play critic i think, too much play type detail, not enough 'meat' about who Finney really was.