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by Cheryl Barrymore

Author: Cheryl Barrymore
Language: English
Publisher: Robson Books Ltd (October 25, 2002)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.4
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In Catch a Falling Star, Cheryl Barrymore tells the truth about the reality behind the public image of Britain's best-loved performer. She reveals the nightmare existence that she had to endure because of Michael's dark side: the drink, drugs and headline-grabbing behaviour.

In Catch a Falling Star, Cheryl Barrymore tells the truth about the reality behind the public image of Britain's best-loved performer.

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After several aborted reunions, they divorced in 1997 and Cheryl went on to publish the autobiography Catch a Falling Star, which contained details of their acrimonious split.

Cheryl Carlisa Cocklin. After several aborted reunions, they divorced in 1997 and Cheryl went on to publish the autobiography Catch a Falling Star, which contained details of their acrimonious split. The couple became estranged, and she ceased acting on her husband's behalf as either agent or manager.

Barrymore met his former wife Cheryl Cocklin in 1974 while she was performing as a dancer in a West End theatre show. Catch A Falling Star. They married two years later in 1976, although not until after Barrymore had reportedly paid off his mother who threatened to reveal a previous 18-month-long gay love affair  .

Life with troubled TV star Michael Barrymore, as told by ex-wife Cheryl. She reveals the reality behind the public image of Britain's best-loved performer: the drink, drugs and headline-grabbing behaviour. Cheryl stood by her husband only to watch helplessly as he was manipulated by others.

Catch a Falling Star is one of those books you keep thinking about after the end. Poignant characters, crackling dialogue, and a central theme we can all connect with: What happens when things don’t go according to plan? Beth K. Vogt writes from the heart with such an engaging voice. and she definitely has a permanent place on my must-read shelf! -Melissa Tagg, author of Made to Last. Beth K. Vogt has accomplished what all debut authors aspire to do-write a great second book. Catch a Falling Star is fun, quirky, and filled with Vogt’s well-crafted prose and signature voice.

I’m ready to go look for cars. Ian Walker hurtled into the garage pulling a black sweatshirt over his head and slamming the door behind him. Did you even shower?. Griffin walked toward his brother. as he gave him a once-over, providing Kendall a chance to refocus. Ian shook his head in a motion reminiscent of Sully after a bath. Drops of water from his hair dampened Griffin’s face. Didn’t have time to shave, though.

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