Dear Me

Dear Me

Peter Ustinov / Feb 25, 2020

Dear Me The hilarious and riveting autobiography from the late great Sir Peter Ustinov Dear Me spans his extraordinary career as actor playwright film star and director

  • Title: Dear Me
  • Author: Peter Ustinov
  • ISBN: 9780749313111
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • The hilarious and riveting autobiography from the late, great Sir Peter Ustinov Dear Me spans his extraordinary career as actor, playwright, film star and director.

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    About "Peter Ustinov"

      • Peter Ustinov

        Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov, CBE, was a British actor, writer and dramatist.He was also renowned as a filmmaker, theatre and opera director, director, stage designer, screenwriter, comedian, humorist, newspaper and magazine columnist, radio broadcaster and television presenter.A noted wit and raconteur, he was, for much of his career, a fixture on television talk shows and lecture circuits, as well as a respected intellectual and diplomat who, in addition to his various academic posts, served as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF and President of the World Federalist Movement.Ustinov was the winner of numerous awards over his life, including Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, Golden Globes and BAFTA Awards, as well the recipient of governmental honours from, amongst others, the United Kingdom, France and Germany He displayed a unique cultural versatility that has frequently earned him the accolade of a Renaissance Man.


    225 Comments

    1. Reading The Mystery of the Blue Train, Hercule Poirot led me to recall Peter Ustinov's autobiography - although I don't think he mentions playing him there, indeed the book strengthen the impression that he was a good raconteur who got in the lazy habit of appearing in indifferent films for easy money. But it gave him a comfortable life I suppose. The implicit idea that this is what all celebrities do suggested by an anecdote of shortly before imminent divorce his wife (possibly wife #1) believe [...]


    2. Sir Peter Ustinov's autobiography goes from his birth in April 1921, and spans his extraordinary career as actor, playwright, film star and director to the mid to late 1970's.Narrated by the author, Ustinov's renowned gift for mimicry is exploited to the full in Dear Me.I found it interesting and entertaining, as Peter always is on interview/talk shows. He is a storyteller who is a joy to listen to.Would I listen to the audiobook again? Yes, I read the book back in the 90's and this is the secon [...]


    3. 47. Ustinov, Peter. DEAR ME. (1977). *****. It was always a delight to watch Peter when he appeared on TV as a guest on one or another of the talk shows. He was a consummate conversationalist. He always had scads of stories to tell – both about himself and about his friends and acquaintences. In this memoir, he traces his family tree from his great-great-grandfather, Michael Adrianovich Ustinov, who lived to be 108 (concservative estimate), built 16 churches in his town, and left his estate in [...]



    4. No idea how I came across this book. Turns out to be an absolute gem. The funniest autobiography I have read. Ustinov is very witty. This book makes fantastic light reading.


    5. RE: _Dear Me_ by Peter UstinovI believe I discovered this book in the bibliography of _Royal Feud_.An customer review by Thomas Duff says:==============================================="Dear Me by Peter Ustinov is an autobiography of the actor/screenwriter/playwright. I'm not a big film fan, and I can't say I've seen any of his acting roles or stories. But as an avid reader, I greatly enjoyed his way with words. The book takes you from his birth through 1977 when it was penned. The writing styl [...]


    6. Fascinating autobiography of one of my favorite actors. A genuine renaissance man and raconteur. If you enjoyed seeing him interviewed on shows like Dick Cavett etc you'll love this book. Acting aside, if you're a fan of humorous fiction, check out his novel KRUMNAGEL. (If you can find a copy.)




    7. I've never rated Ustinov highly as an actor as I've found the performances of his that I've seen to be clever but somewhat superficial. I can't remember ever feeling moved by him in a film and I've got little time for all that Hercule Poirot shite. However, I recently watched an interview with him (an extra on the DVD of Spartacus), and realised that here was one of the great speakers of the English language. I could have listened to him all day and it's obviously not for nothing that he became [...]


    8. Mit Ribbentrop jr. in Schule. Schöne Anekdote, in Armee Frage nach dem besten Musiker: Bach, leider falsch, der beste sei Beethoven, hundertmal aufschreiben. Und der beste Russlands? Rimski-Korsakov, noch schlimmer, Tadel wegen Besserwisserei, richtige Antwort natürlich Tschaikowsky.Mir unbekannt, wie viele seinerzeit erfolgreiche Theaterstücke er geschrieben hat.


    9. An entertaining autobiography. A little long perhaps, but told with humour. Sir Ustinov was a great storyteller, and he enlivens the story of his life with many little anecdotes about his contemporaries.


    10. I normally don't touch abridged books but in this case I wanted to listen to the audiobook because he himself is the narratorg mistake. Ustinov completely fails to be the funny raconteur that I know he was famous for. Read the book.


    11. Having heard Ustinov speak and knowing him to be a great raconteur, I eagerly bought this book many years ago. Totally bored and disappointed I didn't even finish it.


    12. Depends on your sense of humour.I listened to an abridged version of this book and couldn't get through the first CD (1 star from me). Fortunately for Mr Ustinov, my husband put it in his car and absolutely loved it (5 stars from him), so the book gets 3 stars on average.I found his 'hilarious' anecdotes tedious and rambling, my husband, on the other hand, though he was hugely amusing and, knowing many of the famous people who he name drops, was immediately drawn in.My husband has a typically ma [...]


    13. I saw Peter Ustinov live, where he talked about his life. He was so entertaining, I remember laughing until I cried. Somehow, this did not come through in his biography. I'm not sure if it is because the writing is a bit dated, or if I just was expecting something else. The first few chapters focus on his parents, grandparents etc. rather than his own life. Even once Peter entered his own story, it remained quite dark rather than the humorous story I was hoping for. This book is on my 'unfinishe [...]


    14. Having just finished a ballet memoir (Irina Baronova's), which like most dance books showed how focused (narrowminded/self-centered?) dancers tend to be, Ustinov's was a breth of fresher air. His anecdotes were not only funny but illuminating of the human condition and of the world in general and not only served to paint the picture of his immediate daily life.


    15. I remember Peter Ustinov as a frequent talk show guest years ago on the Merv Griffin show. He was a brilliant conversationalist and raconteur. This memoir doesn't disappoint. His anecdotes and observations are a joy to read.


    16. I thought this was dull. Although he can write, he didn't actually tell you anything. Had dinner with Frank Sinatra. So??? What happened???? One or two funny anecdotes but no personal information about acting or his feelings.


    17. A rare combination of an interesting and talented person whose is able to articulate their life beautifully in an autobiography. Anyone who admired his many performances and writings will find this both enjoyable and rewarding. A remarkable book by a remarkable man.


    18. When I was young I used to find Peter Ustinov very entertaining. On re-listening to this audiobook, read by the author, I'm not sure if my tastes have changed too much or if his writing has lost something. It was okay but seemed to lack the sparkle which I had remembered.



    19. I wouldn't have picked to listen to this book. I am glad it was given to me make me listen I enjoyed it. It was interesting and in some places had me laughing out loud!


    20. As you can expect, this book is full of great stories and insights. It does get preachy, however, which is also a chance for insight.







    21. the best biography i have reade only substitute for hearing Ustinov telling the stories in interviews. The finest raconteur


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