Hollywood Celebrities Who Wrote Autobiographies

Celebrities Wrote Autobiographies:

Some celebrities are too private about their lives beyond the screen while others don’t mind accounting spicy details from their lives for others to read. These celebs didn’t shy away from writing their memoirs so fans could see from their point of view. Now that you have plenty of time to yourself, tap on to this opportunity to pick up an autobiography of a celeb. The following are the names that spilled the beans about their lives.

 1. Gabrielle Union

We’re Going To Need More Wine: Stories That Are Funny, Complicated, and True is a book that you must grab whenever you get the chance. It throws light on the real-life incidents faced by the actress who came out as a survivor of sexual abuse. The book encourages its readers to live with confidence, strength, and fair-mind.

 2. Trevor Noah

Getting insights into the TV comedian’s history will shock you. The charming Trevor Noah chronicles his traumatic childhood as the son of a Black Xhosa and a white Swiss man, thus calling his book Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood.

 3. Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe penned down 2 autobiographies, Stories I Only Tell My Friends and Love Life. His 1st book became a New York Times Bestselling book. The book traces back to his earlier years in the industry as a newcomer and how he worked his way up. The second one, Love Life takes the readers to Lowe’s personal life including himself, his love, family, friends, and other battles.

 4. Demi Moore

Hollywood Celebrities Autobiographies
Hollywood Celebrities Autobiographies

If you want a peep into the life of a high-profile diva, then dive into Demi Moore’s Inside Out. The iconic actress has penned down her own story which reveals some shocking details. She has written her heart out while recalling her childhood, addiction problems, adulthood, trauma, and successes. It was The New York Times Bestseller and sparked many controversies surrounding Ashton Kutcher.

 5. Taraji P. Henson

The actress from The Help has always been an inspiration to women of color out there for her perseverance. To understand her and her courage, one must look at ‘her’ story from ‘her’ perspective in Around The Way Girl. Beginning from her schooling and graduation from Howard University to her determination to achieve her dream, we slowly learn about who she is as a person.

 6. Jessica Simpson

Jessica’s book titled, Open Book traces her life and inner self beyond the celebrity world. After being attacked by endless rumors and criticisms, she has finally stepped up to pen down her journey from her perspective. It was released in 2020 and got recognized as #1 New York Times Bestseller.

 7. William Daniels

Celebrities Wrote Autobiographies
Hollywood Celebrities Autobiographies

There I Go Again: How I Came to Be Mr. Feeny, John Adams, Dr. Craig, KITT, and Many Others is a memoir recorded by the ‘90s fan-favorite actor, William Daniels, himself. The title refers to Mr. Feeny who was a famous character from the hit sitcom of the ‘90s Boys Meets World. Savor on to the journey of Daniels that begins right from his childhood up to his success in personal and professional life.

 8. Rita Moreno

Learning about other people’s struggles and journeys changes stimulates our minds and changes our perspective of the world. The legendary Rita Moreno is one of the successful names about whom one must-read. She has an Academy Award, 2 Emmy Award, and a Tony award under her belt. Coming across how her life changes after moving with her family from Puerto Rico to New York and finally getting noticed as a potential star will enrich your confidence.

 9. Julie Andrews

You will get engrossed to the Hollywood icon’s Home: A Memoir of My Early Years which chronicles her childhood through wartime, divorced parents, and then as a famous figure. The book instantly became New York Times #1 International Bestseller. After the success of her first memoir, she released the second part, Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years, co-written by her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton.

 10. Rachel Ray

Celebrities Wrote Autobiographies
Hollywood Celebrities Autobiographies

Rachel Ray 50: Memories and Meals from a Sweet and Savory Life: A Cookbook is a book that you need to curl up with during the new normal at home. The book not only accounts for some significant chapters from her life but also teaches some delectable home meal recipes. It feels like a heart to heart chat with such a big personality.

Some honorable mentions are Yes Please by Amy Poehler, Bossypants by Tina Fey, The Girl With Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy Kaling, And Me by Elton John, whose stories will resonate in your mind for days after reading.

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