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'Succession' star Brian Cox rips fellow actors in new book, plus more great celebrity memoirs

Wonderwall Logo By Megan Riedlinger of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 48: It's always a treat to pick up a good, juicy book. Some of our favorite celebs have penned some pretty entertaining memoirs about their glamorous or drama- and tragedy-filled lives. Wonderwall.com has rounded up some of the best books written by pop singers, movie and TV stars, reality TV staples and more. Let's start with this actor's new release... "Succession" star Brian Cox made headlines thanks to his candor in his new memoir, "Putting the Rabbit in the Hat," which hit bookshelves on Jan. 18, 2022 -- especially when it came to criticizing co-stars and fellow celebrities like Johnny Depp ("so overrated"); Quentin Tarantino ("I find his work meretricious. It's all surface. Plot mechanics in place of depth. Style where there should be substance. I walked out of 'Pulp Fiction' … That said, if the phone rang, I'd do it"); Edward Norton ("a nice lad but a bit of a pain in the arse because he fancies himself as a writer-director") -- as well as Steven Seagal, David Bowie, Michael Caine and more. The Scottish actor -- who's an Emmy, Golden Globe and Olivier Award winner -- was unapologetic, telling The Big Issue, "I'm expecting probably never to hear from some people again. But that's the way it goes."Now keep reading for more great celebrity memoirs...

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It's always a treat to pick up a good, juicy book. Some of our favorite celebs have penned some pretty entertaining memoirs about their glamorous or drama- and tragedy-filled lives. Wonderwall.com has rounded up some of the best books written by pop singers, movie and TV stars, reality TV staples and more. Let's start with this actor's new release... "Succession" star Brian Cox made headlines thanks to his candor in his new memoir, "Putting the Rabbit in the Hat," which hit bookshelves on Jan. 18, 2022 -- especially when it came to criticizing co-stars and fellow celebrities like Johnny Depp ("so overrated"); Quentin Tarantino ("I find his work meretricious. It's all surface. Plot mechanics in place of depth. Style where there should be substance. I walked out of 'Pulp Fiction' … That said, if the phone rang, I'd do it"); Edward Norton ("a nice lad but a bit of a pain in the arse because he fancies himself as a writer-director") -- as well as Steven Seagal, David Bowie, Michael Caine and more. The Scottish actor -- who's an Emmy, Golden Globe and Olivier Award winner -- was unapologetic, telling The Big Issue, "I'm expecting probably never to hear from some people again. But that's the way it goes."

Now keep reading for more great celebrity memoirs...

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