Guillaume: A Life

Guillaume: A Life

By: Robert Guillaume (author), David Ritz (volume_editor)Hardback

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Description

This autobiography documents the life of Broadway, Hollywood and television star Robert Guillaume. It goes beyond the recounting of a long and successful career to examine the forces that shaped the man: family, religion, race, and class. Guillaume seeks to understand himself, his treatment of people in his life, and the choices he made along the way. Born in St Louis in 1927 to a young, abused and unstable mother, and reared by a strong and hardworking grandmother, he managed to move from the poverty and adversity of his youth to a rich, full career as an actor and a singer. From a child longing for his mother's love to a man unsure of the meaning of love for many of the women in his life, from a young performer struggling to succeed on Broadway and in Hollywood to a grief-stricken father watching his son die of AIDS, Guillaume tells what it was like to realize celebrity and what he sacrificed in the process.

About Author

David Ritz has collaborated on such award-winning books as Brother Ray: Ray Charles' Own Story and Blues All around Me: The Autobiography of B. B. King.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780826214263
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9780826214263
  • ISBN10: 0826214266

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