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Born Standing Up

Steve Martin’s autobiography wasn’t as funny as I was expecting. I assumed it would be the same flavor of wacky banjo silliness as he’s done elsewhere, or the SNL Wild and Crazy Guys-type goofiness. It’s not. He’s calm and introspective, even sedate, in his analysis of his own life–the events which shaped him, family, career, […]