Lynda Bellingham
Lost and Found: My Story
August 05, 2018 Comments.. 949
Lost and Found My Story Looking back perhaps the single biggest problem was fear Fear of failure fear of other people but mostly fear of myself It has taken many years to discover who I really am It s never too late to fin

  • Title: Lost and Found: My Story
  • Author: Lynda Bellingham
  • ISBN: 9780091936419
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • Looking back, perhaps the single biggest problem was fear Fear of failure, fear of other people but mostly fear of myself It has taken many years to discover who I really am It s never too late to find yourself, however lost you may be In Lynda Bellingham s blisteringly honest autobiography, the much loved actress and Loose Women panellist reveals the truth about Looking back, perhaps the single biggest problem was fear Fear of failure, fear of other people but mostly fear of myself It has taken many years to discover who I really am It s never too late to find yourself, however lost you may be In Lynda Bellingham s blisteringly honest autobiography, the much loved actress and Loose Women panellist reveals the truth about her life, including her search for her birth mother, only to lose her again to Alzheimer s, and her many years married to an abusive man while playing the nation s mum in the Oxo adverts.But Lynda never lost her sense of humour, and among the darker moments she recalls hilarious anecdotes from her time on stage and screen Lost and Found is an inspiring story of getting through the tough times with the strong spirit of a survivor, and finally finding true love.

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    1. LindyLouMac says:

      An actress whose work I have followed with interest over the years so although I do not normally read many autobiographies when this was recommended by a friend I decided to give it a go. This autobiography is an interesting and sometimes raw account of Lynda Bellingham's life. Where with brutal honesty she shares her life experiences, adoption, sexual appetite and the mental abuse she suffered till she found herself and happiness at the age of sixty. Her warm personality and much needed sense o [...]

    2. Louise says:

      This book was Ok, however I did feel it was very self centered, and nothing was her fault. I know she has been through an awful lot and the abuse was certainly not her fault but especially the covering on her Mum was very biased. I didn't like the fact she said her mother lived a selfish life, that actually annoyed me quite a bit.

    3. Steve Cann says:

      It was so lovely to read Lynda's life story - & it's told with all the humour, vibrancy and honesty of the lady herself.It's all the more poignant now of course, following her sad death from bowel cancer back in 2014. She's managed to write a second autobiog (to take up the story where this one leaves off in 2011), to tell the story of her fight with cancer - & I will most definitely be reading that next.This book though is a thorough warts-and-all study of her colourful & fascinatin [...]

    4. Julia Ibbotson says:

      An interesting autobiography of a well loved actress and TV personality. I was prompted to read this now because of the tragic circumstances of her death. This memoir covers her early days, childhood, adoption, growing up and entry into the world of drama up to her later days. I am embarking now on her last book on her final struggle with cancer. I have vaguely followed Lynda's career with interest since we bumped in to her on the street in Crewe in 1969/70 (?) having just come out of the theatr [...]

    5. Kim says:

      I found this quite an interesting read. I only know her from being the OXO mum and being in All Creatures Great and small when I was younger. More recently she appears on a lunch time chat show and in the West End in Calender girls. She recounts tales from all these and more. She had quite a tough married life in her previous two marriages- and hope she has found real happiness now with Mr Spain.

    6. Julie says:

      Interesting autobiography which ends in 2009, before her cancer diagnosis. I hadn't realised the extent of her battle with alcohol, nor the mental abuse she suffered during her marriage to Nunzio. A great story, made poignant by her recent death. I will definitely read the new book, as her irreverent humour made me laugh out loud and I'm sure the second book will be no different.

    7. Claire Bennett says:

      A great insight into Lynda Bellinghams life. Very open & honest. A great lady with lots of enthusiasm & energy for everything she did. She also had some tuff times too & I was shocked when I realised her marriage to Nunzio was not good at all. Thank goodness she met Mr Spain. What a lovely man. They made a great couple. A great read & I would recommend this book.

    8. Joanne Lidford says:

      Just read this again, a few years after first reading it and a week after Lynda's untimely death, seriously couldn't put it down, unfortunately she was proved right in that she had success then something would go wrong, a must read which I have insisted my nearly 17 year old son reads, a truly magnificent lady.

    9. Carol Peace says:

      I wasn't expecting much when someone suggested this book to me but I was very surprised to say I really liked it.Linda Bellingham gives us a very honest and at some times harrowing story of her life, from her adoption as a baby to her growing up and her joining the world of showbiz. A thoroughly good read.

    10. Kath says:

      This was a poignant read as I read it after her most recent book. In this one, written before her cancer diagnosis, she ended up looking forward to the future and hoping good times lay ahead. It was a very honest, warts and all occasionally hedonistic account and she certainly lived life to the full.

    11. Linda Amos says:

      Quite an eye-opened. She's not shy in telling it as it was. Although there are a few swear words they are not gratuitous. She seems to have had great fun throughout her career. Onward to the next book.

    12. Bookworm says:

      An interesting read.

    13. Abigail Brown says:

      A thought provoking read, I loved her brutal honesty and she worked extremely hard for what she wanted.

    14. Lyn says:

      A must read - a touching, sad and funny book about how Lynda dealt with her diagnosis

    15. Maggie Wilson says:

      This was a great read - looking forward to reading Lynda's fiction novel when its published ?2012

    16. Lisa says:

      lovely book what an amazing inspirational lady

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