Born in 1948 to a sprawling South London family, Dennis Waterman failed his 11 plus, and went to drama school instead, with people like Francesca Annis and Susan George. Aged 12, he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford.
The Sweeney and Minder made him famous, but he has also starred in musicals and films, produced and starred in The Captain's Tale. and played football at Wembley with Bobby Moore and George Best. There were affairs with Suzy Kendall and Romy Schneider, and some failed marriages, the last being with Rula Lenska.
Now Waterman tells the story of his rumbustious, action-packed life.
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This is basically Dennis Waterman bragging of his womanising and unfaithfulness with the mention of his working life up till the age of 50 in between. If you think the sun shines out of Dennis' backside then it's great but otherwise, don't bother.
- Karin Brown
Just a list of his conquests!
I am more interested in Dennis' theatrical career than his sexual conquests with "tasty birds" really... There was not enough of the first and too much of the second. Also, it is a bit out of date - no mention of New Tricks which has been a favourite in our family for years and years. Nice to hear him reading it himself though.
Nice to hear Dennis Waterman reading it himself.
- A. E. F. Mccann