Daniel Craig - Sarah MarshallJohn Blake, 2007, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good — in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Slight ruffling to the dust wrapper at the top edges otherwise a very well presented copy.
Illustrated with colour photographs. From the cover: “Daniel Craig, arguably the most inspiring 007, has truly made it as an A-list film star. Daniel’s early years were instrumental in determining the direction his life would take. He was raised in Liverpool, home to the famous Everyman Theatre where his mother was a familiar face. Craig became accustomed to being around legendary actors such as Bernard Hill and Willy Russell, and the atmosphere and camaraderie there made a profound impression on him. By the time he was six, he had decided it was an actor’s life for him. Having won a place at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama — where his peers included many up-and-coming stars including Ewan McGregor, Rhys Ifans and Joseph Fiennes — he finally hit the big time when his role in award-winning BBC TV drama Our Friends in the North catapulted him to fame. His subsequent and diverse roles in Road to Perdition, Layer Cake and Enduring Love cemented his position as one of the UK’s finest acting talents. This fascinating and affectionate book reveals everything about Britain’s favourite leading man; how he endured poverty-stricken years when he was first struggling to make it as an actor in London; how he rejected the ‘trivial’ publicity that came when he started to make a name for himself; his relationships, including his marriage to a Scottish actress with whom he has a daughter; plus his encounters with Sienna Miller and Kate Moss and how he has handled the adulation that has come from his new role as 007.”
Size: 9½" x 6¼". Black boards with Silver titling to the Spine. 246 pages.