About this book
A memoir from the mercurial David Walliams, which will reveal and explore the many facets of his character: hedonist and sportsman, a camp ladykiller, aloof and warm. Like many of our comic greats (Frankie Howerd, Kenneth Williams, John Cleese) he has grappled with depression. His autobiography promises to surprise and entertain, and allow readers inside his uniquely brilliant mind. We know he can write, and that his profile is sky high, so this seems bound for great success. An audio edition is also available.
The author has been the camp aide to Prime Minister, rubbish transvestite and the long-suffering wheelchair pusher for an able-bodied man. He was launched to fame with the record-breaking "Little Britain", and for a while you couldn't enter a playground without hearing "eh eh eh eh" or "computer says no". This title tells his story.