I Was Jerry Lewis' Bodyguard for 10 Minutes... and Other Celebrity Encounters
They say everyone's a critic, and Irv is no exception. Irv's career as a theater critic started in 1978 and ended up providing him with a unique opportunity to meet celebrities as they performed in Akron and Cleveland, Ohio. In his first book, I was Jerry Lewis' Bodyguard for 10 Minutes... and Other Celebrity Encounters, Irv takes readers back in time to relive the encounters he had with 24 legendary icons. Complete with celebrity photos, quotes, and glimpses into the world of fame, this book is a must-read for anyone with an interest in what it's like to meet a celebrity.
I Was Jacki Mason's Chauffeur for 5 Minutes... and More Celebrity Encounters
Irv continues to recount his interviews and personal encounters with some of the most legendary icons in the entertainment industry in his latest book, I Was Jacki Mason's Chauffeur for 5 Minutes...and More Celebrity Encounters. Irv once again breaks out his collection of stories to share with readers. Learn about their thoughts on acting, life, love, and politics. Be entertained by this unique collection of photos, memories, facts, and quotes. There is sure to be something for everyone, so sit back, pick an entertainer, and learn something you’ve never known about them.
Citytown Christmas Conundrum
It's Christmas Eve in Citytown and not everyone has a place to be. On a night when no one is thinking of them, how will five special friends spend the evening? Join these holiday friends on an adventure as they learn to give a part of themselves to make one family's holiday the best Christmas ever.
Antuan Was Hear - 30 Years of Kids Quotes
Irv Korman is an author, actor, speaker, theatre critic, magician, and yes, teacher. During his 30 years working with in the Akron Public School System, Irv collected an array of memorable quotes from his students. Straight from the inked margins of his tattered lesson plans book, Irv is sharing some of these verbal gems in “Antuan was Hear”. “School is a place where you learn.” “No it ain’t. It’s where you get an education!”