For twenty-three years the late Bryan Mosley played Alf Roberts in Britain's soap, 'Coronation Street'. He replaced an actor who was so drunk he couldn't learn his lines. In contrast, Bryan was squeaky clean and a shining example of a Christian gentleman, as much loved on the set as he was by the nation.
Bryan Mosley was the third longest running actor in the 'Street' and had a wealth of stories to tell about the early days, the actors, the management and the viewers he met. From his days selling books door to door, through his agonies turning professional, to the excitement of national fame, this is a riveting story of forty years in the profession.
As a practising Roman Catholic and formerly a Methodist, Bryan had strong and sometimes controversial beliefs. In this book, he shared what he discovered about fame, fortune and faith.