Morecambe Library Top 10 celebrity autobiographies

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With Christmas fast approaching, there’s an abundance of celebrities publishing autobiographies.

This week Morecambe Library tells us its top 10: 
1 David Jason: My Life – David Jason

One of Britain’s best loved actors shares his story taking us through his life and varied career from voicing Danger Mouse, to playing classic television characters including Detective Jack Frost and Del Boy.

2 Always Managing: My Autobiography – Harry Redknapp

QPR’s managers tells his story from his days on the pitch playing with West Ham and Bournemouth to managing teams including Tottenham Hotspur and QPR.

3 How Did All This Happen? – John Bishop

From packing in his job in 2006 to becoming one of Britain’s most popular stand-ups, John Bishop has had an incredible rise to fame.

4 Tales From the Dance Floor – Craig Revel 

This funny, frank and Fab-u-lous book dances into the top 10 with stories from the writer’s time on stage.

5 Love, Lipstick and Lies – Katie Price

The fifth volume of Katie Price’s autobiographies covers her time from her divorce with Alex Reid to her recent marriage.

6 Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography – Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson shares his story including more than 26 years as the manager of Manchester United. 7 Unbreakable: My New Autobiography – Sharon Osbourne

Join Mrs O as she looks back over the rollercoaster of the last few years including the fight to save her marriage with Ozzy.

8 Absolute Beginner: My Story – Patsy Kensit

This is the story of a child actress who has gone on and had a successful career which included time as a member of the band, Eighth Wonder.

9 Bonkers: My Life In Laughs – Jennifer 

One half of the most successful female double acts of all time shares her laughs and tears with us.

10 A Whole Lot of History – Kimberley Walsh

From being part of Girls Aloud to taking ‘Centre Stage’ with her latest album, Kimberly’s story is ‘Strictly’ one not to miss!

All of these books are available at your local library.