DOCTOR WHO Movie Star Daphne Ashbrook’s Autobiography Out Now on Audiobook

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Daphne Ashbrook's autobiography has been released by Fantom as an audiobook on CD, read by the author herself.

From the press release:

Witty, self-effacing and painfully honest; the themes of life, death and laughter come together as Daphne Ashbrook recounts her many on-and off-screen scrapes with mortality. Packed with rich anecdotes from her career in TV, stage and film, this refreshingly candid and conversational memoir spans a childhood in a theatrical family to pulling back the curtain of Hollywood, revealing the glamour and ridiculousness of a business mired in a struggle between art and profit.


Known for both her comic timing and deep emotional portrayals, Daphne has appeared in many TV and film roles including the 1996 Doctor Who movie, in which she played the role of Dr. Grace Holloway and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as the titular character in Melora. Reflecting on her life and her career, Daphne discovers the surprising patterns and hilarious absurdities that accompany being a modern-day professional actor. The result is an amusing, informative and intimate memoir.


Co-produced by Spokenworld Audio, Dead Woman Laughing is available now from the Fantom Films website or to pre-order from Amazon - unabridged - in a 5-CD set priced £15.99.


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