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    Description"A wonderfully inventive comic actor and a great farceur ...In Manuel he created one of the great comic characters." John Cleese Berlin, 1938. In a crowded restaurant a small boy watches fearfully as his Jewish father is arrested by Hitler's Gestapo. Days later, as Nazis burn and loot Jewish shops, his resourceful Catholic mother prepares an escape plan to take her family to England. So began Andreas Siegfried Sachs' life in London, a new life at times no less bizarre or madcap than the world of Fawlty Towers and its hapless Spanish waiter, Manuel. Now, as one of Britain's best-loved actors, Andrew Sachs recounts tales of his hilarious struggle to come to terms with all things English and his early foray into the world of showbiz, and goes behind the scenes of the infamous Torquay hotel. In time conquering stage, screen and radio, Sachs has appeared alongside a galaxy of stars including Rex Harrison, Norman Wisdom, Noel Coward, Alec Guinness, Richard Burton and Peter Sellers, and written award-winning radio plays, proving his talent and versatility again and again. A charming, laugh-out-loud funny and utterly compelling memoir which promises to delight devotees of Fawlty Towers, I Know Nothing! reveals the twists and turns of the truly fascinating life of Andrew Sachs, whose dignified response to the distressing intrusion into his private life by Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross has only served to enhance the British public's affection for him.

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    Julie Unicomb I found this book by Fawlty Towers (amongst other things) actor Andrew Sachs to be a nice little read. Interesting facts about his life and upbringing abound, and there is much information about the filming of Fawlty Towers and his relationship with John Cleese and other cast members. I feel he drones on a little bit too long about Russell Brands radio hoax, which obviously affected the actor, to the point of it being a tad overdone. Otherwise, quite a good biography. by Julie Unicomb

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