Guardian Author Of The Month

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Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | Author of the month: Ian Ogilvy

Distracted by the Branford Boase Award, I failed to cite (on Wednesday) the latest in Dina Rabinovitch's excellent Author Of The Month slots. The subject of this piece, Ian Ogilvy (of Return Of The Saint fame), reveals that the impetus towards becoming a children's author was the rise of reaility TV and its impact on acting income. "None of us saw it coming; none of us realised that the general public preferred to see the general public, and producers certainly prefer to use the public - you don't have to pay them, and you've got ratings going through the rood. I made a decent living, and it stopped overnight."

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