Shane Richie : the story so far - The biography
Shane Richie (born Shane Patrick Roche on 11 March 1964) is an English actor, comedian, singer and media personality, known for his portrayal of the character Alfie Moon in the BBC One soap opera EastEnders. Richie was a success in musicals - including Boogie Nights and a London production of Grease. He released two albums, to limited commercial response, and had a Number 2 single in the UK Singles Chart in 2003, with his Children in Need single, a cover version of Wham!'s "I'm Your Man". Over Christmas 2005, Richie appeared in a touring run of Scrooge: The Musical. He took part in an early edition of Blind Date. After being asked the question 'How would you wow me on a first date?', Richie burst into song, singing 'Wild Thing'. In 2009, Richie was reportedly scheduled as the opening act for Michael Jackson's concerts at the O2 Arena. The concerts were cancelled following Jackson's death. In 2003, he released his autobiography Rags To Richie, which was a best-seller. In the book, he claims to have had sex with six girls in a chalet, during his time as a Pontin's Bluecoat and he broke the law by orchestrating ticket touts outside of Grease. He also claims to have given free tickets to the touts, who went on to sell them at a large profit for Richie. Richie is patron of Shinfield Players Theatre, an amateur theatre company in Reading, Berkshire taking the role from Anton Rodgers.] He made his first appearance in the audience on 11 July 2009 for the Youth Group production of Disco Inferno. Richie is patron of the UK's Huntington's Disease Association (source: wikipedia.org).
THE STORY SO FAR by Shane Richie and Sue Crawford
Now that is absolutely sure an interesting read - By Shane Richie and Sue Crawford
Editor: Pocket Books (an imprint of Simon & Schuster UK Ltd.) Language: English Genre: Biography Topic: Biography of British actor Shane Richie
Date: This edition first published by Pocket Books in 2004 Size: 11 x 17.5 centimeters Pages: 390 Nearly mint, brand new condition
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