"I have known Barry
Livingston since he was nine years old. He always made me laugh, impressed
me with his acting, and now, kept me awake at night reading his wonderful autobiography. A lot of talent in size eight
shoes!" - Gene Reynolds, Producer/Writer/Director: "M.A.S.H.", " Lou Grant",
"A unique perspective of a life in Hollywood. Insightful,
humorous and very entertaining." - Bill Paxton, Actor: "Titanic", "Big Love", "Twister".
"From My Three Sons to Two and a Half Men, the multi-talented Barry Livingston is one of those rare child stars that successfully made
the transition to adult star." -
Scott Spiegel, Co-Creator/Director: "Hostel 3"
"Barry and I met at the first rehearsal of a play we co-starred in on Broadway.
He was, and still is, one of the funniest, most down to earth and talented people I know. He's a wonderful actor and
a great storyteller." - Steve
Railsback, Actor: "Helter Skelter", "The Stunt Man"
poor kid had to sit on William Frawley's
lap; we're lucky he's not on a roof with a rifle! Barry is one of those rare
child stars who grew up to become an accomplished adult actor.
Having logged fifty years in show business, working with everyone from Lucille Ball and Jack Benny to Brad Pitt and Robert Downey, Jr., he's got a great story to tell." - Paul Jackson, Producer/Writer: "The Pretender", "Sliders", "Los & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"
told saga of a child star who
miraculously avoided the crash-and-burn fate of so many of the once-famous is filled with fascinating vignettes of classic
show business along with enough comically observed life truths to make this an engaging tale of the unusual life of a humorous,
modest and observant man. From his early years as TV's buck-toothed, bespectacled nerd kid brother through the struggle
to succeed as a husband, father, and solid working character actor, Barry Livingston delivers
a frank and funny tale of TV, movies, and family life." - Brent Maddock, Writer/Director: "Tremors", "Wild Wild West", "Short Circuit"