Download E-books Up Till Now: The Autobiography PDF

By William Shatner

The New York Times bestseller

After nearly sixty years as an actor, William Shatner has develop into the most liked entertainers on the planet. It used to be the unique Star Trek series, and later its movies, that made Shatner an across the world identified determine, yet he neither all started nor ended his occupation with Captain Kirk. He straddled the vintage global of the theater and the recent international of tv. He stepped in for Christopher Plummer in Shakespeare's Henry V and stared at "something at the wing" in a vintage episode of The Twilight Zone. and because then, he is long gone directly to megastar in different profitable indicates, together with T. J. Hooker, Rescue 911, and Boston Legal.

In his touching and intensely humorous autobiography Up until eventually Now, William Shatner unearths the guy in the back of those unforgettable moments and tells us how he is develop into the global famous person and acclaimed actor he's today.

Show description

Read or Download Up Till Now: The Autobiography PDF

Similar Autobiography books

In Pursuit of the English: A Documentary

In Pursuit of the English is a novelist's account of a lusty, quarrelsome, unscrupulous, humorous, pathetic, full-blooded lifestyles in a working-class rooming apartment. it's a intelligent and unsentimental photo of Londoners you might have most likely by no means met or perhaps learn about--though they're the genuine English. the forged of characters--if that time period could be utilized to genuine people--includes: Bobby Brent, a con guy; Mrs.

My Childhood (Classic, 20th-Century, Penguin)

Colored via poverty and scary brutality, Gorky's adolescence outfitted him to appreciate - in a fashion denied to a Tolstoy or a Turgenev - the lifetime of the normal Russian. After his father, a paperhanger and upholsterer, died of cholera, five-year-old Gorky used to be taken to dwell together with his grandfather, a polecat-faced tyrant who would continually beat him subconscious, and along with his grandmother, a young mountain of a lady and a superb storyteller, who may kneel beside their mattress (with Gorky within it pretending to be asleep) and provides God her perspectives at the day's happenings, right down to the final attention-grabbing info.

Sharon Tate: A Life

Ed Sanders gave readers their clearest perception but into the stressful global of Charles Manson and his fans whilst he released The kinfolk in 1971. carrying on with that journalistic culture, Sanders offers the main thorough glance ever into the heartbreaking tale of Sharon Tate, the enduring actress who came upon love, repute, and finally tragedy in the course of her all-too-brief lifestyles.

The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates

Youngsters named Wes Moore have been born blocks aside inside of a yr of one another. either grew up fatherless in related Baltimore neighborhoods and had tricky childhoods; either frolicked on highway corners with their crews; either bumped into difficulty with the police. How, then, did one develop as much as be a Rhodes pupil, adorned veteran, White condo Fellow, and enterprise chief, whereas the opposite ended up a convicted assassin serving a existence sentence?

Additional info for Up Till Now: The Autobiography

Show sample text content

My mom was once extraordinarily nervous i used to be going to get harm. Oy, what does my little Billy be aware of from horses? My sister pleasure recollects sitting there with my mom and dad as I climbed up in this horse, kicked it within the hindquarters, and galloped away. the 3 of them sat there surprised, their mouths open. My first time on a horse and that i was once galloping. the one attainable cause i'd have had for doing that's simply because that’s the best way cowboys rode. It by no means happened to me to not; within the videos it seemed like loads enjoyable. For me it was once only a subject of preserving on. After that I rode whenever I had the opportunity—which used to be no longer quite often. and that i ended up doing loads of video clips during which I acquired to trip a horse. For Alexander I had discovered how you can trip bareback, yet i actually discovered to trip whereas doing a film in Spain named White Comanche. White Comanche used to be an Italian Western I made in the course of a hiatus from megastar Trek, within which I performed dual half-breed brothers, or one breed, one stable and the opposite evil, who finally needs to struggle to the dying. Clint Eastwood’s spaghetti Westerns had turn into highly renowned and this was once an try and make a less-expensive model. And whilst i used to be provided the half i noticed that my adolescence dream had come real: i used to be going to be in a Western! It became out to be extra of a macaroni and intensely tacky Western. This was once a really lousy adventure. i used to be in the midst of my divorce from Gloria, i used to be one of many few humans at the staff who spoke English, I didn’t get in addition to the director, and the script was once dreadful. How dreadful was once it? i feel i will most likely sum it up by means of quoting considered one of my larger traces from this photograph. After my sturdy personality shoots a foul man he says knowingly, “Next time, don’t devour the peyote. ” whereas Comanche Blanco, because it was once published in Spain, isn't really on hand at my on-line shop, WilliamShatner. com, you will get it at Amazon—for the amazing expense, women and gents, of... one cent. actually, they're promoting it for one cent. honestly I don’t know the way they could earn a revenue that approach, yet I’ve by no means been robust in arithmetic. One purchaser, besides the fact that, did write that he had truly bought “the improve for forty-three cents. ” whereas making this motion picture I bought to experience splendidly high-spirited Spanish horses. considering each one brother wanted a horse, I had horses with very comparable markings. the sort of horses, whom we known as El Tranquillo, used to be for use for close-ups. El Tranquillo needed to stay calm whilst the clapboards snapped and the brilliant lighting went on in his face. the pony that we used for lengthy pictures used to be referred to as El Nervisio. El Nervisio used to be a tricky horse to journey; he’d damaged the noses of a number of stuntmen by means of preventing brief and because the rider’s momentum used to be sporting him ahead sticking up his head. Bam, damaged nostril. yet after a few month El Tranquillo had develop into crazed by way of the snap of the clapboard—as quickly as he heard it he knew he needed to paintings and he didn’t love it. We stopped utilizing the clapboard, as an alternative the director shouted “Action. ” yet he fast stuck directly to that.

Rated 4.86 of 5 – based on 20 votes