To celebrate almost exactly 50 years since he appeared on Opportunity Knocks and 67 since he first performed on a chair in a pub as a 10-year-old, Freddie Davies has penned his long awaited and remarkable autobiography Funny Bones: My Life in Comedy.
He will be signing copies in Leeds this Saturday at Waterstones from 11.30am.
Ken Dodd calls him, “a comedy superstar” and the book gives a unique, insiders view of a showbiz era fondly remembered.
Fred still packing them in at venues up and down the country and with fans worldwide especially after recently appearing in a Harry Potter film.
Best known for his lasting comic creation Samuel Tweet, ‘Parrotface’ Davies remains one of the best-known names in light entertainment.