|Edition: ||UK (1st hardback)|
|Released: ||October 2008|
|Publisher: ||Andre Deutsch|
‘Catherine Tate is far too talented and must be destroyed.’
‘Essentially she is a wonderful actor with a talent for comedy...’
Love them or hate them, the controversial characters she created for television — from truculent teenager Lauren ‘am I bovvered?’ Cooper to foul-mouthed grandmother Nan Taylor — serve to showcase the extraordinary talent of Catherine Tate.
Her versatility, however, has taken her far beyond The Catherine Tate Show to roles with the Royal Shakespeare Company and to the far reaches of the universe with Dr Who.
This is her remarkable story...