From The Comedian, Actor, And Former Host Of The Late Late Show Comes An Irreverent, Lyrical Memoir In Essays Featuring His Signature Wit.Craig Ferguson Has Defied The Odds His Entire Life He Has Failed When He Should Have Succeeded And Succeeded When He Should Have Failed The Fact That He Is Neither Dead Nor In A Locked Facility At The Time Of Printing Is Something Of A Miracle In Itself In Craig S Candid And Revealing Memoir, Readers Will Get A Look Into The Mind And Recollections Of The Unique And Twisted Scottish American Who Became A National Hero For Pioneering The World S First TV Robot Skeleton Sidekick And Reviving Two Dudes In A Horse Suit Dancing As A Form Of Entertainment.In Riding The Elephant, There Are Some Stories That Are Too Graphic For Television, Too Politically Incorrect For Social Media, Or Too Meditative For A Stand Up Comedy Performance Craig Discusses His Deep Love For His Native Scotland, Examines His Profound Psychic Change Brought On By Fatherhood, And Looks At Aging And Mortality With A Perspective That He Was Incapable Of As A Younger Man Each Story Is Strung Together In A Colorful Tapestry That Ultimately Reveals A Complicated Man Who Has Learned To Process And Even Enjoy The Unusual Trajectory Of His Life.
Librarian Note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.Craig Ferguson is a Scottish American comedian, television host, actor, and writer He is the current host of CBS s The Late Late Show, a role which earned him an Emmy nomination in 2006 He became an American citizen on February 1, 2008.
- 288 pages
- Riding the Elephant
- Craig Ferguson
- 17 May 2018 Craig Ferguson