Books by Harry Shearer

Harry Shearer, a Los Angeles native, began acting at the age of seven at the suggestion of his piano teacher-turned-agent. He made his film debut in the classic Abbott and Costello Go To Mars and had a small role in the first Cinemascope movie The Robe.


NOT ENOUGH INDIANS by Harry Shearer
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2006

"A pleasing debut, even if the spectacle of Michael Eisner action figures chills the soul."
Master satirist Shearer, of Spinal Tap and Simpsons fame, debuts as a novelist with this droll tale of the modern Indian casino business. Read full book review >
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Feb. 7, 1999

"Jonathan Swift's reputation as a satirist will remain intact, but this book does offer about an hour's worth of silly reading pleasure."
A review of Shearer's thin satirical treatise is like one of those trailers that you know contain all of the movie's good parts Shearer'star of screen, (Spinal Tap), TV (The Simpsons), amd radio (his own show)" wonders why some people hate Clinton so much when he really hasn't been all that bad a president. Read full book review >