(1 review, 1 customer rating) ★★★★★
Brick Tilley began as an extra on the famous ER series TV show. He worked his way up to stand-in and finished as an actor. This is a diary he kept during 15 seasons. Included among other things is a detailed history of the Warner Brothers Studio and a description of a typical day of filming on the lot.
It is a must-read for anyone who is interested in working in the motion picture industry. This is the information you need in order to have a successful career in film.
You will learn a lot of bits and pieces about the cast and crew, and what it was like working for the show, including a list of jokes that made the rounds.
1st edition 2011, PDF 33 pages.
word count: 14236 which is equivalent to 56 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Patricia Ireland
★★★★★ Date Added: Friday 27 October, 2023
This ER Diary is full of interesting tidbits from the iconic show! These are things one would not know just from watching the series. I suppose the use of pseudonyms is necessary to avoid lawsuits…and many of us can figure out who the cast or crew member is anyway.