Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy – By Judd Apatow
The book “Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy” is a raucous romp through some of the craziness that makes up a comedian’s life.
Take Judd Apatow’s humorous outlook on life and combine it with humorous and incredibly open interviews with other well-known comedians and you have a recipe for a really great read!
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Mr. Apatow is the creative genius behind such classics as “Bridesmaids”, “Knocked Up” and the hilarious “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”, and his unique style comes into play throughout this book.
Apatow leads the interviewed comedians through candid talks that cover comedy and its history, as well as their own personal experiences in the genre.
Hearing from these comics, past, and present gives a unique perspective on the chronology of comedy and how modern times and modern ethics and tastes have shaped it, how the comics and their material have changed over time to keep up with their audience.
Published by Random House and written by producer, director, writer, and stand-up comic Judd Apatow
Available in hardcover, paperback, and Kindle E-book formats
A collection of wonderful and enlightening interviews with fellow comedians
“Sick in the Head” is a New York Times bestseller and the A.V. Club named it one of the best books of the year.
Judd Apatow interviews comics as entertaining and famous as Steve Martin, Chris Rock, and the great Steve Allen.