Paul van Vliet is stopped in the end: ‘Bored with your own past
May 19, 2020 08:22
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Paul van Vliet dropped out after a month of writing his autobiography, that he began to get bored with his own past, he said on Tuesday that the NATIONAL tour Guide. The comedian hit when he was 75, it was also a demand for a biography, since he has his own life isn’t interesting enough for you.
“I have started to work on an autobiography, but I I got used to it after a month to really get bored with my own past, so I stopped,” said Van Vliet. “When I was 75, it was needed a few people to be a biography of me to write it. ‘As interesting as it is, my life isn’t,” I said, “yes, I’ll when I’m dead’.”
When the 84-year-old Van Vliet, however, looks back at his life he sees “someone who has a lot of faith has been attached to energy”. The comedian was partly due to his wife, Lidewij, “By doing and failing” to realise that he was struggling to maintain contact with the outside world.