8 Juicy Hollywood Memoirs

Earlier this week, journalist Carolyn Kellogg wrote about the guilty pleasure of reading Hollywood memoirs for the LA Times. “Idiosyncratic and biased, obfuscatory and boastful, even unctuous and vain, the Hollywood memoir is not going to portray the past in a clear light,” Kellogg writes. “But like Sriracha on the table, it’s going to bring the heat and make the meal better. So much better.” For your summer beach read, we recommend picking up one of these juicy, heartbreaking, fascinating memoirs from Hollywood stars that dish on the best and worst of Tinseltown.