NEWS: PUBLICATION DATE REVEALED FOR NEW & OFFICIAL BOOK ON KENNETH MORE

MORE, PLEASE by Nick Pourgourides

Published December 10th 2020

Britain’s biggest star of the 1950s finally gets the book he deserves. The first biography on the late actor in almost 40 years…

“The best, most loving review of my father’s work I have ever read.”

–Susan Jane More

Published December 2020

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

‘MORE, PLEASE!’ is an affectionate and touching account of Nick Pourgourides’ personal journey to restore the public profile of his childhood hero, Kenneth More, one of Britain’s most successful actors.
 
Officially sanctioned by the late actor’s estate, ‘MORE, PLEASE!’ also charts the career of Kenneth More, from early life to becoming Britain’s most popular star of the 1950s. Uniquely interweaving More’s very own words, with exclusive extracts from his final autobiography, ‘More Or Less’, special interviews with family and show business friends, and unseen pictures from the family archive, ‘MORE, PLEASE!’ is the ultimate tribute to one of Britain’s best-loved actors. Available in paperback from Amazon December 10th 2020.

Exclusive interviews with:

Wendy Craig, Vivyan Ellacott, Susan Hampshire, Angela More,

Jane More, Sarah More, Ronald Pickup, Michael Porter, Alvin Rakoff,

Christopher Timothy, Michael Whitehall.

Release Date: 10th Dec 2020

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9798554548390

Available on Amazon

Paperback price: £7.99

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Nick Pourgourides is a published speaker and writer, having written for national magazines as well as appearing on British television and radio. He has had an extensive career in entertainment publicity and looks after the interests of the late actor’s estate through KennethMore.com.

PRAISE FOR THE AUTHOR:

“I am very grateful to my friend, Nick Pourgourides, for keeping Kenny’s name and image alive.”
–Angela More née Douglas

“I am lucky to have Nick Pourgourides promote my father’s legacy
in this beautiful glimpse into his own life as well as
a much more detailed biography of my father’s work.”
–Sarah More