Top 20 Autobiographer celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Autobiographer celebrities [Updated May 23, 2022].
Leonard Woolf was born
on November 25, 1880
Husband of author Virginia Woolf and author of works on politics and psychology, such as The Village in the Jungle and The Wise Virgins.
He ran a publishing house out of his home, which supported many future well-known authors.
Cass Pennant was born
on March 3, 1958
in Doncaster, England.
He has worked as a consultant on programs like The Real Football Factories and even made a cameo in the Elijah Wood film Green Street Hooligans.
Derek Taylor was born
on May 7, 1932
Liverpool newspaper writer who became the Beatles' press man and helped George Harrison on his autobiography.
His praise for the group made him a part of the Beatles' inner circle and as the group rose to fame he collaborated with George Harrison
on a weekly ghostwritten column.
Aiden Shaw was born
on February 22, 1966
in London, England.
He has appeared in over 50 adult films.
Christine Hamilton was born
on November 10, 1949
She released an autobiography called For Better For Worse: Her Own Story in 2005.
Hayley Okines was born
on December 3, 1997
She sang as a member of The Kids Choir 2000 on the charity song "Voices of Tomorrow."
Joey Deacon was born
on May 24, 1920
He appeared on Blue Peter, a 1981 television program, as an example of someone who had achieved a great deal in spite of his disability.