An Altar-ego Out of Habit; Nun Other Than Tim Cahill

Mark, Julian
April 1980
Advocate;4/3/80, Issue 289, p33
Presents an interview with U.S. comedian Tim Cahill. Popular performances by Cahill; Career profile of the comedian and his aspirations.


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