And Give Up Showbiz?: How Fred Levin Beat Big Tobacco, Avoided Two Murder Prosecutions, Became a Chief of Ghana, Earned Boxing Manager of thRegular price $24.95 Save $0.00
Ghana to even being a person of interest in two separate murder investigations, his story reads like a novel suitable for the silver screen. And Give Up Showbiz? is both shockingly candid and wildly funny.
Author: Josh Young
Publisher: Benbella Books
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 9.10h x 6.10w x 1.10d
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About the Author
Josh Young, a bestselling author and journalist for the past quarter-century, specializes in co-writing books with notable leaders in their fields and celebrities. He has co-authored seven national best-sellers, including five New York Times best-sellers. He co-authored Deal or No Deal host Howie Mandel's Here's The Deal: Don't Touch Me; Bob Newhart's landmark comedic memoir, I Shouldn't Be Doing This; actor/Fox TV commentator Wayne Rogers' iconoclastic business book, Make Your Own Rules: A Renegade Guide To Unconventional Success; actor Jim Belushi's Real Men Don't Apologize; and comedian Jay Mohr's Gasping For Air Time: Two Years In The Trenches of Saturday Night Live. He is also the co-author with Dr. Sam Parnia of the New York Times best seller Erasing Death: The Science That Is Rewriting The Boundaries Between Life And Death; and of The Link: Uncovering Our Oldest Ancestor with Colin Tudge, Young has written for numerous publications, including for two years at The New York Times, a year for Esquire as a contributing writer, for three years at LIFE Magazine, for five years at Entertainment Weekly as a contributing writer, and for four years at John Kennedy's George as a contributing editor. Young has appeared on several national television shows, including: The Today Show, ABC's World News Tonight, The O'Reilly Factor, Entertainment Tonight, PBS, MSNBC's Morning Joe, and Rivera Live.