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About Art Malik

Born Athar Ul-Haque Malik in Bahawalpur, Pakistan, Art Malik moved with his parents to South London in 1955.He was educated in England (apart from a year at school in Quetta, Balochistan when he was ten) and he finished his education by training to become an actor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.

He began his career somewhat auspiciously working with both the Old Vic and The Royal Shakespeare Company but his wider fame was ensured with a phenomenal year in 1984 in which he starred in the widely acclaimed British television mini-series The Jewel in the Crown, and in David Lean’s hugely successful film adaptation of E M Forster’s A Passage to India and the equally popular television adaptation of M M Kaye’s The Far Pavilions.

Since then he has been frequently seen on television, in film and on stage.

Art Malik audio book downloads:

The Just So Stories Audiobook

The Just So Stories Audiobook
Written by Rudyard Kipling
Read by Art Malik

‘In the High and Far off times…’ begins Rudyard Kipling’s ‘How the Elephant got his Trunk’, read by star actor Art Malik in this unabridged audio book. Then off we are taken, by one of the greatest storytellers, into a world where children’s questions are turned neatly on their heads and questions provided which far from stopping the stream of enquiries only serve to make it gush faster.

These astonishingly funny and remarkably clever tales follow on directly from the tale told to Mowgli in the second ‘Jungle Book’ (1895) of ‘How the Tiger got his Stripes’.

Art Malik reads The Just So Stories brilliantly, with the perfect soft and gentle voice… an absolute must for any child (or adult!)

We have embedded Kipling’s own original illustrations into this audiobook so that they will appear on your screen with each chapter, whether you are listening on a computer or your iPod.

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