By: You're Doing It Right
From the files of his former press agent, Woody Allen's 1965 bio gives us a gilmpse inside the mind of a confident comedian and screenwriter, who's about to become one of the most legendary filmmakers of all time. It's quite a read.
Written in the first person, it reads more like an autobiography, packed with jokes and personality. Of course, by 1965, Allen had already started touring as a comedian and had even guest hosted “The Tonight Show,” yet still made time for his hobbies, like “not drinking and avoiding sex.”