Bruce Campbell, star of the Evil Dead movie trilogy and creator of My Name is Bruce, gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at how to make it in Hollywood as an actor. He pulls no punches, tells all (including his own screwups), and offers up plenty of insights on what it takes to survive and thrive in the film industry–from getting one’s first break to auditioning for stars like De Niro or Cruise.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who wants to make it in Hollywood as an actor. Bruce Campbell pulls no punches, and offers up plenty of insights on what it takes to survive and thrive in the film industry.
- If Chins Could Kill is a funny, informative, and honest look at Hollywood from someone who’s been there
- Bruce Campbell is an engaging writer with great stories to share
- If Chins Could Kill will give you some great insights into the film industry
- The writing style is not for everyone
- The author tells a whole lot of stories about himself that might not be interesting to some people
- It’s kind of cheesy
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Bruce Campbell is an American actor, producer, writer and director. He has starred in many low-budget cult films such as The Evil Dead franchise, Bubba Ho-Tep and Maniac Cop.
“Bruce Campbell knows how to tell a good story and he doesn’t shy away from sharing the ugly details. If Chins Could Kill is a no-holds-barred, hilarious account of an actor’s journey from obscurity to celebrity.”
“Bruce Campbell is hilarious, irreverent and inspiring–a one-of-a kind guy who knows how to work hard and have fun while doing it. If Chins Could Kill is the real deal: a no BS guidebook to making your dreams come true in Hollywood.”
“Bruce Campbell is a genius.”
“If Chins Could Kill is Bruce Campbell’s hilarious and candid account of life as a B-list movie actor. From his days on the Evil Dead set to headlining My Name Is Bruce, Campbell shares anecdotes about Hollywood excess (and lack thereof), what it takes to make it in show business, and everything in between. This book is for anyone aspiring to live their dreams–no matter how misguided or crazy they may be.”