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Description: Autobiography of actor Simon Fisher-Becker, best known to Doctor Who fans for playing recurring character Dorium Maldovar in series 5 and 6. Second of a trilogy, preceded by My Dalek Has a Puncture and followed by Let Zygons Be Zygons.
AN HONEST, FUNNY AND INSPIRING ACCOUNT OF SIMON’S LIFE AFTER DOCTOR WHO.
A worthy successor to My Dalek has a Puncture, this second book in his autobiographical trilogy takes us on a switchback ride of auditions, castings, filming and recording as Simon meets old friends and makes new ones whilst taking the bald blue intergalactic black marketeer Dorium Maldovar around the world to meet his fans.
Natural raconteur Simon relates some hilarious mishaps, but also turns his attention to a dark seam of bullying. Having been a victim himself, he won’t tolerate seeing his friends badly treated. His grandmother once told him “If you don’t like the way things are, change them. If you can’t change them, put up with them!” He put his mind to not putting up with things he didn’t like, and has insight and practical advice for those who feel unhappy with their lot.