Sequel to the 'book of the year' million-copy bestseller, BILLY, and reissued to coincide with the ITV tie-in, BILLY CONNOLLY: JOURNEY TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD
BILLY, the ground-breaking biography of the nation's favourite iconoclast, gave millions of readers a fascinating insight into the personal and professional life of the genius that is Billy Connolly. Then, in the sequel to that bestselling book, the award-winning Pamela Stephenson celebrated life with the Scottish beastie as he hit the big six-oh. In it we relive colourful and epic moments from Billy's early life in Glasgow - the background to an intimate portrait of his marriage with Pamela and his life in Scotland, LA and the rest of the world. Witty, insightful and intimate, BRAVEMOUTH draws the reader into two very different worlds - hers of international sexology and the serious psychology of humorists, his of incontinence pants, being married to a shrink... and the finer points of banjo playing.
'[A] frank and funny portrait of the endearing Scottish beastie' - Daily Telegraph
'Stephenson has produced another entertaining and insightful book about the Big Yin' - Express
'An entertaining, vivid and intimate portrait of Billy, which is candid enough to remind you why you wouldn't want to be married to the loveable madman' - Australian Women's Weekly
An Australian born in New Zealand, Pamela Stephenson is famous for her starring role in 'Not the Nine O'Clock News' and other TV and film work. She and Billy live in the Highlands and Los Angeles, where Pamela works as a clinical psychologist. Since the publication of BILLY, she has embarked on an additional career - that of bestselling author.