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A few sentences. Boy Meets World?
I This disappointing memoir is negative from start to finish. It gets 8 pages, which are revealing in how much he disliked the role. You decide if you think it's worth the price of the book. My advice would be it's not. He spends much of the book demeaning his mother and siblings, making snide statements about his wife, praising himself for , and complaining about everyone including himself. I'm not exaggerating in saying that there is almost nothing positive in this book, and there is way too little about the things we care about.
This is a great actor with a fascinating career that intersected with some of the greatest performers in history hunt for the Streisand reference and he should have had some fascinating stories or details about the productions he was involved with.
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Just like with everything else, he should have said no to writing this book. Jan 24, Bonnye Reed rated it really liked it Shelves: kindle-or-pdf , read Thank you all, for sharing your work with me. William Daniels is one of those actors you 'know' as soon as you see their face, you can do the whole filmography by heart, but the name Not fair, is it, but he played an important roll in the lives of us baby boomers. The respect is there, for the memories and life lessons le GNab I received a free electronic copy of this autobiography from Netgalley, Bill Daniels, and University of Nebraska Press, Potomac Books, in exchange for an honest review.
The respect is there, for the memories and life lessons learned, even if the name escapes us. This memoir brought back lots of those memories, and lots of laughs, as well. I managed to skip TV most of the 80's and 90's so I will be catching up on Dr. Craig soon if Netflix carries it. My memories go to films, The Closer and Grey's Anatomy - and he was in a bunch of them.
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Craig - John Adams, for the memories There are memoirs that would work better as conversations than monologues and I think this is one. It's a little meandering and focuses less on the promises hinted at by the subtitle than on Daniels' early life. Fans looking for anecdotes of Mr. Feeny will probably be disappointed - he doesn't seem to have any affection for the role and appears befuddled by the devotion many millennials feel for the character. The best part of the book is the appendix where he and Lin Manuel Miranda have a phone There are memoirs that would work better as conversations than monologues and I think this is one.
The best part of the book is the appendix where he and Lin Manuel Miranda have a phone conversation about and Hamilton. It's a treat and I felt it revealed more about Daniels than most of the rest of the book. Jan 04, Ana Garza rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley. What an interesting life he has led. Apr 23, Marie rated it it was amazing. John Adams, Dr. Feeny — all of these have one person in common — an extraordinary and talented actor by the name of William Daniels.
Whether you are a theater buff, movie fan, or someone who watches television — you probably know his voice and perhaps his name. But, few people know the man behind the voices and characters and how he landed the iconic roles some of us know him for. Originally written out in his own handwriting, on yellow legal pads, Daniels chronicles his lif John Adams, Dr.
Originally written out in his own handwriting, on yellow legal pads, Daniels chronicles his life leading up to the key roles that have distinguished his career. Often self-deprecating; but filled with a humble honesty; Daniels chronicles his life from his childhood in show-business to his time in the Army, his marriage to actress Bonnie Bartlett and their family, to his time in theater before his roles in film then television. Daniels deserves his entire story and life told. In this book, you will find a man who has had a remarkable career in each medium — theater, film, and television.
Jul 23, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: nonfiction. Thanks to Netgalley for this book. I knew William Daniels had been in a number of things but I will always know and love him as Mr. Let's ignore the abomination that is the sequel. His dry delivery never failed to tickle me and his underlying warmth brought a tear to my eye, especially in the finale omg when he touches that desk!!! BUT, I was very impressed to learn that he has been in show business nearly his en Thanks to Netgalley for this book.
BUT, I was very impressed to learn that he has been in show business nearly his entire life, thanks to his domineering stage mother Irene. Lord Irene, many a therapist has probably put their kids through college thanks to the number Irene did on Mr. I do like that amount of introspection he has and the openness he shared about undergoing counseling, the problematic periods in his marriage, the loss of his first child heartbreaking!! Great vignettes about his work and personal life are sprinkled throughout the factual recountings keeping the book interesting and well-paced.
His sense of humor and warmth came through as he often poked fun at himself, admitting he has stumbled somewhat ass-backwards into some of his biggest roles, and even while sharing negative stories about others is able to point out some of their positive characteristics and try to see things from their point of view.
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It was cool to read about all of the people he has met and worked with during his career. I thought this was a great example of how an autobiography should be done. I started this book last summer thanks to Netgalley providing me with an advance copy. Unfortunately, real life with college kept me away, so I needed to re-read and I'm glad I did. I would give this 4. Overall, I found Mr.
Daniels' writing style to my liking though some might not.
There was something about how he presented his life with his asides appealing to me and made him feel more like an everyday guy who struggled with the everyday happenings despite having become a well-known a I started this book last summer thanks to Netgalley providing me with an advance copy.
There was something about how he presented his life with his asides appealing to me and made him feel more like an everyday guy who struggled with the everyday happenings despite having become a well-known actor. Sometimes there were a lot of names given, and though sometimes I felt a bit overwhelmed by the amount, I did find it quite extraordinary just how well Mr. Daniels could recall these vary encounters he had decades before--it made me wonder how he could still remember. Sure, he's an actor who needed to memorize lines, etc. Still, I found his life so interesting. Feeny in the title plus I remembered him from St.
Elsewhere and hoped this would be included and it was and wanted to know more about this actor. I enjoyed his recount of the way he retold the way he was cast for the voice of KITT the most! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading autobiographies told from a very down-to-earth point of view from an actor who seems, at least to me and my impression after reading, quite humble and genuine.
Sep 02, Rachel rated it liked it Shelves: nonfiction , autobiography. This was an unpleasant reminder that the actor and the character are two separate people. I grew up with Boy Meets World.
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I loved Mr. I'd you're looking for stories about his days on set, look elsewhere. It is such a small part of this book. I was surprised to find out He was a child actor. Trained to sing and dance as a child, he was constantly paraded from school to performances. He did not have a normal childhood.
Most of his life was This was an unpleasant reminder that the actor and the character are two separate people. Most of his life was abnormal. How he continued to succeed is beyond me. How he succeeded to find, marry and stay with his wife is beyond me.
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How people hired him with his negative attitude and gruff demeanor is beyond me. Maybe that's what made him stand out, he was willing to say no. Based on this book, I'd say his success came from riding the coattails of his successful wife. I honestly think he held her back many times in life. She should be the well known name. It's her book I should be reading.
Despite my now altered opinion on the actor and author, the book was alright.
It was full of details. The first chapters were rather interesting. Around the middle it finally started to drag. I had hoped Mr. Daniels grew humble with his later life. Instead i felt he still had this elitest attitude. Still, the chapters were well written for a celebrity autobiography. Knowing what I now know of the author, I'd say read the chapters of his childhood, then donate the book when you get to his teen years.
Aug 04, Christina rated it really liked it Shelves: memoir , non-fiction. I enjoyed gaining the perspective of someone who felt they had no choice but to work in the world of performance but realized so much later in life that they did choose it for themselves ultimately. But I still can't help but wonder if he would have without it being so forced. I also enjoyed my own struggle while reading. I initially responded negatively to William Daniels - I know it's always a risk to read a memoir by someone who you've idolized for years in a way because you risk knocking the I enjoyed gaining the perspective of someone who felt they had no choice but to work in the world of performance but realized so much later in life that they did choose it for themselves ultimately.
I initially responded negatively to William Daniels - I know it's always a risk to read a memoir by someone who you've idolized for years in a way because you risk knocking them off that pedestal.