⭐️⭐️⭐️ I did not find this particularly interesting, inspiring, or memorable. Memoirs of famous people often remind me of their mere-mortal reality and document their road to success (and/or failures) in a way that impresses and enlightens me. When it‘s the story of a comedian‘s path to fame, I tend to get some good chuckles along the way even if the story itself is not wholly funny. This book was not one that accomplished any of that for me. Meh.