A lot of actors think they’re good enough to be professionals. And even if they are, they seldom get to the place where they can actually make a living as actors. Kevin O’Brien is the rare exception. But even among successful actors, his achievement is rare. He’s done it all on his own, with his own acting company, his own plays, and his own unique niche in the world of theater. He has done it because he knows how to connect with an audience. But along the way, he found that he was playing a much more important role on a much larger stage in a much greater drama. When an actor bows, it is an act of humility. Especially when he bows before God.
“A book that entertains and edifies in equal measure.” – Joseph Pearce, Author
“A beautiful, hilarious, self-aware memoir… a confessional of deep insight into the desire we all share, to lead a full and loving life while being true to what we believe in.” – Martin Olson, Head Writer, Phineas and Ferb
“It is a delight when an actor acts the part of himself and, letting us hear his voice, lets us applaud. This delightful book is itself worth applauding.” – James V. Schall, S.J., Professor Emeritus, Georgetown University
“Get ready to laugh out loud as you learn more about the world, the flesh, and Kevin O’Brien.” – Christopher Check, President, Catholic Answers
“Kevin O’Brien is a master storyteller. It’s rare that one book will both make you laugh and cry. It’s rarer still that one paragraph will.” – Kaiser Johnson, Actor
“Kevin and I don’t agree on much, but we both agree that truth and fun serve each other beautifully.” – Steve Baughman, The Friendly Banjo Atheist