Neil Crone, long-standing Canadian actor and comedian is also a prolific writer with a syndicated column with Metroland Newspapers. His weekly column, "Enter Laughing" is filled with wonderful – and funny – essays about life, family, and aging. This collection is a culmination of his early writing.
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Neil Crone is best known for his role on the award-winning CBC show "Little Mosque on the Prairie". He has also appeared in numerous movies, television shows and is the voice of many cartoon characters such as Diesel 10 in Disney's "Thomas the Tank Engine" movie.
Here are what people are saying about Neil's writing:
"I have known Neil Crone for years and it is no surprise that his writing reflects him as a person. Warm, witty, insightful, thought-provoking and poignant, Neil's "Enter Laughing" columns shine a light on modern life's challenges and victories. I'd keep going with the superlatives but my thesaurus tapped out. Read this book, thank me later."
- Colin Mochrie, Actor, comedian and author of "Not QUITE the Classics"
"If Stephen Leacock wrote about children, cancer, aging or waiting for the refrigerator repairman, then he'd be Neil Crone."
- Patrick McKenna, Gemini-winning actor and former cast-member of "Traders" and "The Red Green Show"
"I get up every morning and search my emails for Neil Crone's "Enter Laughing" column. I read that instead of therapy. Saved me thousands of dollars. I steal and quote from his words and my friends think I am a genius. "Enter Laughing" is heart and soul and the minutiae of life all rolled up into one beautiful read. And I don't even have a fishing rod."
- Sheila McCarthy, Actor and former cast-member of CBC's award-winning Little Mosque on the Prairie