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By Jon Cryer

If it might occur in convey enterprise, it's occurred to Jon Cryer. Now he's starting up for the 1st time and sharing his behind-the-scenes tales in a warmly endearing, sharply saw, and albeit humorous examine lifestyles in Hollywood.

In 1986, Jon Cryer received over the United States as Molly Ringwald's dependable and adorable ally, Duckie, within the cult vintage beautiful in crimson in a job that set the tone for his three-decade-long profession in Hollywood. He went directly to identify himself as essentially the most gifted comedic actors within the enterprise, eventually culminating in his present flip as Alan Harper at the vastly renowned sitcom and a part Men.

With the instincts of a typical storyteller, Cryer charts his awesome trip in exhibit enterprise, illuminating his many triumphs and a few missteps alongside the best way. choked with particular behind-the-scenes anecdotes, Cryer deals his personal endearing point of view on Hollywood, the enterprise at huge, and the artwork of acting.

Cryer has labored with the various greatest and such a lot provocative names within the enterprise, and right here, for the 1st time, he info his stories with Charlie Sheen, John Hughes, Robert Altman, Molly Ringwald, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, and Christopher Reeve, between many others. He stocks the intimate information of his friendships and relationships, can pay tribute to his mentors, and explores the abnormal blend of center, expertise, and knowledge it takes to outlive not only the undesirable instances in a notoriously fickle yet even the nice times.

In this revealing, funny, and introspective memoir, Cryer deals readers a front-row seat as he reminisces approximately his existence and reports in showbiz during the last thirty years.

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