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Did I Ever Tell You This?


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Sam Neill was born in 1947. He has appeared in almost 100 feature films and dozens of TV series in a career spanning half a century.


‘Just wonderful, so funny and charming and sharp. Sam Neill’s lively, lovely book made me laugh out loud.’
*Meryl Streep*

'Sam Neill is a legend, and in this magnificent book he shares his stories of family, friends and film with delicious irreverence, compassion and grace.’
*Laura Dern*

'Sam Neill is one of my favourite people in the world, and a great entertainer. Did I Ever Tell You This? is full of warm, funny, and sometimes heartbreaking stories. It will make you feel like you have just sat down under a tree to chat with a dear friend.’
*Jimmy Barnes*

‘Fabulously entertaining, insanely readable.’
*Stephen Fry*

‘The book, which has a delicious, winding stair structure, finishes buoyant with hope and is all the richer for the terminal framing…The book radiates drama and comical digression in equal measure…Did I Ever Tell You This? is a lovely book, bewitchingly meandering. This is that rarest of things, a memoir by an actor without vanity.’
*Peter Craven, Monthly*

‘Rather than the star who makes heads turn in the street, he comes across as an ordinary bloke, unpretentious, down-to-earth, a bit confounded by the track he’s found himself on over the years, but still quite pleased about it.’
*Sydney Morning Herald*

‘A brilliant and eye-opening look into Neill’s life…deeply personal yet highly relatable. You’ll both laugh and cry with Neill, feeling like you’re on his journey with him at each turn of the page. This is a heartwarming, wise and highly recommended read.’
*Better Reading*

‘[A] charming, seemingly honest and frequently self-deprecating trawl through the life and career of one of New Zealand’s finest and certainly most popular acting exports.’

‘I finished this memoir feeling like I had been at a raucous dinner party, seated next to him of course, where tales are flung from one end of the earth to the other and the evening finishes with a lovely Two Paddocks pinot noir. And a relief that he is in remission. Read this memoir because it turns out that Sam Neill is an excellent dinner party guest.’

‘In all his films Neill seems to naturally inhabit his parts, as he does in this memoir that reminds you of a brilliant dinner conversation where pretension has been left at the door and a glass of pinot noir (from Neill’s Two Paddocks vineyard, maybe) placed in your hand.’
*Herald Sun*

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