"It's a charming and memorable book that tells the story of a down-to-Earth man who, in the process of living his life, just happened to have claimed a part of television history."
- Tolucan Times
To millions of faithful television viewers, Gary Burghoff will always be Walter "Radar" O'Reilly, the lovable telepathic assistant to Colonel Potter on M*A*S*H. The man behind the bespectacled tv icon is a true Renaissance man. He's a classically-trained stage actor, a jazz musician, an environmentalist, a poet, a songwriter, an inventor, a wildlife artist, and now a writer.
In this intensely personal memoir, the author takes you on his journey from his family's home in Wisconsin to his successful career on the New York stage, from the Hollywood film version of M*A*S*H to the hit television show, from the challenges of married life to the rewards of single fatherhood. An often funny, occasionally poignant, and always honest life story you will long remember.