13 Best Books About Famous People Update 05/2022

As soon as it’s cold outside, I want to stay inside and read a good book. (I mean, I’d like to do that even when it’s not freezing, but you get the idea). There are a lot of different types of books out there to fit any mood, from steamy romance novels to relatable YA books to page-turning true crime books. Besides that, of course, there are memoirs and books written by your favorite stars. There are a lot of famous A-list actors, comedians, musicians, and reality TV stars who have written books. People I’m talking about are Billie Eilish, Viola Davis, Will Smith, Hannah Brown, and so on.

If you read a celebrity book, you get a real look at their life, from how they were raised to the challenges they’ve had to deal with. And some of them, like those written by former Bachelor/Bachelorette contestants or Real Housewives, let you peek behind the scenes of your favorite reality TV shows. It doesn’t matter if they make you laugh or cry. They all show you something about your favorite celebrity that you didn’t know. You can choose from a lot of books written by celebrities, so we’ve put together a list of 50 of the best.

Betty White, If You Ask Me: (And of Course You Won’t)

As you can see, Betty doesn’t like to be told what Her sense of humor and wise advice will live on in this fun memoir about friendship, aging, love, her long career, and all the things she learned along the way. She died just a few weeks before her 100th birthday.

Viola Davis, Finding Me: A Memoir

Viola Davis’ memoir won’t be out until April 2022, but you can pre-order it now. It’s worth adding to your cart right away. The Oscar-winning actress talks about different parts of her life, from when she was a little girl growing up in Rhode Island to when she made a name for herself in Hollywood and everything in between, in this video.

Emily Ratajkowski, My Body

Viola Davis’ memoir won’t be out until April 2022, but you can pre-order it now. It’s worth adding to your cart right away. The Oscar-winning actress talks about different parts of her life, from when she was a little girl growing up in Rhode Island to when she made a name for herself in Hollywood and everything in between, in this video.

Stanley Tucci, Taste: My Life Through Food

There are a lot of good books that you can read to pass time while you wait for new episodes of Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy. It tells the story of how Stanley was raised in an Italian-American family, how he got married, and how food, life, and family all work together.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Unfinished: A Memoir

Inspirational memoir: Priyanka Chopra Jonas shares stories about her upbringing in India, her family’s move to the United States and a whole lot more. She also talks about her career in beauty pageants and acting, and of course, her relationship with Nick Jonas.

Will Smith and Mark Manson, Will

In the end, Will Smith thought he had it all. But this memoir is about what happened when he realized that he had to face some hard truths. He gets back in touch with his family and starts to work on his own hard feelings and healing. If you read this book, you’ll be able to apply the lessons to your own life, but there are a lot of stories about his upbringing, his work, and his family as well.

Cecily Strong, This Will All Be Over Soon: A Memoir

Cecily Strong, a star of the TV show SNL, wrote this moving memoir. in 2020, her cousin died. At the same time, she was trying to deal with her grief about his death, the coronavirus pandemic shut down everything. Cecily went to upstate New York to be alone and write a book about grief, love, and hope, but she didn’t talk to anyone. Though it’s a lot of heartache, there are also some lighthearted and even funny parts in this book.

Billie Eilish, Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish fans who haven’t read this book yet, what’s going on? Photos of Billie Eilish have never been seen before. It has pictures of her as a child, as well as pictures of her on tour. Amazon reviewers say it makes them feel like they’re hanging out with a friend and looking at her photo album while she gives a few words of advice. Billie wrote the captions.

Seth Rogen, Yearbook

Everyone’s favorite funny man/pottery artist wrote this fun book of personal essays. He talks about how he did stand-up comedy as a teenager, went to Jewish summer camp, moved to Los Angeles, and smoked a lot of weed.

Katie Couric, Going There

Katie Couric opens up about some of the highs and lows of her career and life in this honest memoir. She talks about how she became a co-anchor on TODAY, how she battled an eating disorder, and how she lost her husband. It will make you want to be more creative.

Billy Porter, Unprotected: A Memoir

If you’ve seen Pose and Kinky Boots, you know Billy Porter as an Emmy, Grammy, and Tony-winning actor. He made his name with his roles in those two shows. But this memoir is all about how it was for him to grow up as a child who didn’t fit in. This is what he talks about when he talks about some of the things that happened in his childhood. So, yeah, it’s pretty strong.

Cicely Tyson, Just as I Am: A Memoir

As a young girl, Cicely Tyson lived in a church. When she was older, she went on to become a well-known actress on stage and on the big screen. But, of course, she was more than just an actor. In this memoir, she tells stories about her relationships with her parents, her daughter, her boyfriends, and her friends.

Reese Witherspoon, Whiskey in a Teacup

The reason for Whiskey in a Teacup: Dorothea, Reese’s grandmother, says that’s how southern women are: pretty on the outside but strong on the inside. What does growing up in the south mean to Reese? Dorothea’s tips, tricks, and recipes are some of the best that she has to offer! Anybody want sweet tea and biscuits with their drink today?

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