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by Kenneth Williams

Author: Kenneth Williams
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins (1994)
Pages: 827 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.8
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Kenneth Charles Williams (22 February 1926 – 15 April 1988) was an English actor, best known for his comedy roles and in later life as a raconteur and diarist. He was one of the main ensemble in 26 of the 31 Carry On films, and appeared in many British television programmes and radio comedies, including series with Tony Hancock and Kenneth Horne. Williams grew up in Central London in a working-class family

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The Kenneth Williams Diaries (Paperback). Malicious, hilarious and harrowing, & Kenneth Williams Diaries' are a unique portrait of one of Britain's most popular - and most misunderstood - performers. these diaries cast a bizarre spell.

Throughout his life Kenneth Williams () kept a diary of his experiences from with the absence of the years due to his service in the armed forces

Throughout his life Kenneth Williams () kept a diary of his experiences from with the absence of the years due to his service in the armed forces. Throughout his life Kenneth Williams (1926-1988) kept a diary of his experiences from 1942-1988 with the absence of the years 1943-1946 due to his service in the armed forces. The diaries then document his career and his personal life until his death on 15th April 1988.

Diaries, letters & journals. The Kenneth Williams Diaries - Paperback. I’ll put you in my diary!’ comedian Kenneth Williams was known to threaten on occasion, although tantalisingly he kept the journal to himself during his lifetime. The Kenneth Williams Diaries Paperback. Original author Kenneth Williams. Here at last, in one spellbinding volume, are four million words of it. For more than forty years, from his sixteenth birthday until the eve of his unexpected death in 1988, the beloved actor and outrageous ‘Carry On’ star Kenneth Williams kept a candid diary. Devastatingly honest about himself, he is equally unsparing in his verdicts on his fellow man.

I'll put you in my diary!' comedian Kenneth Williams was known to threaten on occasion, although tantalisingly he. .Malicious, hilarious and harrowing, 'The Kenneth Williams Diaries' are a unique portrait of one of Britain's most popular - and most misunderstood - performers.

I'll put you in my diary!' comedian Kenneth Williams was known to threaten on occasion, although tantalisingly he kept the journal to himself during his lifetime. For more than forty years, from his sixteenth birthday until the eve of his unexpected death in 1988, the beloved actor and outrageous 'Carry On' star Kenneth Williams kept a candid diary.

Kenneth Williams' diaries at the British Library. Richardson said Williams would be pleased and honoured that his private writings would be preserved for the future and appreciated by the public and scholars. She added: Williams is instantly recognisable as the acerbic and fastidious character well known to several generations but also, more surprisingly, is shown to be a reflective and poignant observer. The diaries and letters record the actor’s experience of the dying days of the repertory theatre system and the growth of modern celebrity culture, something he seemed both to love and loathe.

Image caption Kenneth Williams was an avid diary-keeper for more than 40 years. Personal letters and diaries belonging to Carry On star Kenneth Williams have been acquired by the British Library. In the pages of the diaries, Williams is instantly recognisable as the acerbic and fastidious character well known to several generations but also, more surprisingly, is shown to be a reflective and poignant observer," said curator Kathryn Johnson. The diaries and letters also record the actor's experience of the dying days of the repertory theatre system and the growth of modern celebrity culture, something he seemed both to love and loathe," she continued.

For more than 40 years broadcaster and comedian Kenneth Williams kept a journal of his experiences. This book is a selection of these diaries. In addition to offering evidence as to the nature of Williams's death in 1988, the diaries reveal a side to his character that many suspected but only few understood. They look at his own tortured sexuality, his relationship with Louie his mother, his thoughts on religion and his verdicts on friends and colleagues such as Noel Coward, Tony Hancock, Sheila Hancock, Maggie Smith and Joe Orton.