The incredible theatrical memoir "Remember With Advantages - Chasing 'The Fugitive' and Other Stories from an Actor's Life" details the extraordinary journey of performer Barry Morse. He candidly relates his childhood as a Cockney boy in the East End of London and his win, against all odds, of a full scholarship to the famed Royal Academy of Dramatic Art at the age of 15. He describes how this unlikely beginning propelled him into an international career on stage and screen, including starring roles on Broadway and in television series such as "The Fugitive", "Space: 1999", and "The Winds of War". He crosses paths with numerous notable figures along the way, including George Bernard Shaw, Noel Coward, Peter Cushing, Alfred Hitchcock, David Janssen, Robert Mitchum, and many others. One of the most versatile pros in show business, his book is more than just a memoir; it is a wealth of theatrical history and stands as testament to an era which is gone forever. The Foreword is written by Academy Award-winning actor Martin Landau.
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"Barry's life is a virtual history of the twentieth century... and deserves to be read by everyone on the planet, theatre-folk and civilian alike."