Richard Harris was a genius, a womaniser and a hellraiser whose career was as intense as his peronal life; over 45 years he appeared in an impressive range of theatrical productions, homegrown British and Irish films and Hollywood blockbusters. His death in 2002 was anticipated with wit and dignity: ‘I don’t want inmortality. I’ve lived it all. I’ve done it all’. In this powerful and candid biography, MIchael Feeney Callan captures Harris’s spirit and documents his highs and lows with a unique understanding of the actor, and the man.