Celebrities write or commission books that they really hope should sell. As a result, they include incidents and personal thoughts that they have never ever shared publicly all their lives. That’s what makes their memoirs so attractive. Let’s take a look at some of the best biographies or autobiographies about our Hollywood stars that you need to sink your teeth into right now.
Inside Out by Demi Moore
Inside Out has Demi Moore going candid and reflective about her career as well as her personal life. Everything from her troubled relationship with her mother to her marriages is covered in this tell-all book. It also gives us a great look at how the Hollywood star managed to juggle her stardom with raising a family.
Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen
This autobiography by American darling Bruce Springsteen came out in 2016 and revealed more about his honest, humorous, and highly original nature to his fans. The book gets its title from iconic 1975 album and song Born to Run. Moreover, the book was also accompanied by a career-spanning album titled Chapter and Verse that featured songs from all stages of Springsteen’s career.
Yes Please by Amy Poehler
This here is one more heartfelt autobiography from comedian, actor and writer Amy Poehler. Depending on what chapter you’re on, the book can make you laugh or introspect. It contains detailed personal stories from the life of the star, and funny bits on sex, love, and friendship. Moreover, she also imparts her excellent parental wisdom through this book.
Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy Kaling
With this book, Mindy Kaling invites you on a tour of her life, which is filled with observations about romance, friendship, and Hollywood. The actress who started off as a Broadway performer, went on to become a successful writer and an actor in Hollywood, has a lot to tell about her long and interesting journey that you won’t want to miss.
Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis
It’s no secret that Anthony Kiedis, the lead vocalist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers has had a troubled life plagued with drug addiction. The book explores, more than anything, how he got into drugs and the effects they had on his life and career as a whole. Someone who admits to having started doing drugs at the age of 11 surely must have something fascinating to tell to the readers.
The Beautiful Ones by Prince and Dan Piepenbring
If you’re a fan of Prince, you ought to have read this one already. Even if you aren’t though, The Beautiful Ones is an exquisite read through and through. It contains brilliant tidbits from the star musician’s coming of age years all the way to when he was at the peak of his stardom. By the end of it, you will completely understand what made Prince the musical genius that he was. The book gets its name from one of his songs, which was featured in his 1984 album, Purple Rain.