He's a wild and crazy guy!
So why did I find this book boring? I'm not quite sure.
With a serious tone of voice, dryly recounting his childhood and his difficult relationship with his father, Steve Martin goes on to relate the story of his comedic life. But it was all so serious. There are very few funny asides, and there's very little information on his skits on SNL or his relationships with the cast members.
I usually adore autobiographies in audiobook form, especially when they're narrated by the author. David Spade's and Betty White's were great. This one? It was just okay.