The Real Mrs. Brown: The Authorised Biography of Brendan O’Carroll

February 11, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

The Real Mrs Brown Brendon’s grandparents sold their tickets and didn’t sail on the Titanic, his mother was born and the family settled in North Dublin, his mother married and was fired from her teaching job, she dabbled most of her life in politics, she had nine children, they moved to Finglas, Brendon was badly behaved and spent three months in a reform school, started work at 12yrs as a waiter, opened his own nightclub at 14yrs but it failed, tried many other jobs and had a son in 1979, he died after three…

Anonymous says:

Fantastic read for a great laugh I have watched the shows on a couple of occasions and found them quite funny but this story of his life and his journey so far is a revelation of just what a talented and nice man he Brendan O’Carroll really is.

Anonymous says:

Buy the book – it’s brilliant! I thought this was a great read! I’ve caught bits of Mrs Brown’s Boys, but not enough to know the characters or storyline or anything, but I love autobiographies, and wanted to read a new one, so bought this. What a lovely guy, he is! And learning about him and his life, and the background to the TV program, made me want to watch the boxsets on demand – I did, and I’m now a big fan! This book is a fantastic read! I’ll be reading it again, without a doubt.

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