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This is the long-awaited follow up to The Sound of Laughter . Picking up from where Peter's massive bestselling autobiography The Sound of Laughter left off, Saturday Night Peter charts the hilarious journey his career took as he developed and honed his comedy skills by taking to the road and trying out his stand up material in pubs and clubs across the country. Each Saturday night would present Peter with a new venue, a new audience to win over, other acts appearing and the ever changing and all important performance itself. But behind the scenes there were the digs and landladies, the preparation for the show, the anxious drive there and of course the inspiration for the material itself.
Peter Kay was born in Bolton in 1973. After leaving school with a GCSE in art, he held a series of jobs including working as a cinema usher, mobile disc jockey, in a factory packing tollet rolls, garage attendant and in a bingo hall. Since winning the prestigious North West Comedian of the Year in 1996, Peter has firmly established himself as one of Britain's best loved comedians. Winning numerous awards for his work, including four British comedy awards and three awards from the Royal Television Society. Amongst other work, Peter wrote, directed and starred in That Peter Kay Thing, Max & Paddy's Road to Nowhere, the BAFTA-award winning Phoenix Nights and, most recently, Britain's Got the Pop Factor... and Geraldine - The Winner's Story.