Making waves: the autobiography

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Hodder & Stoughton, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 278 pages
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Making Waves follows Hasselhoff's acting career from his early childhood role in Peter Pan to his highly acclaimed performance in Chicago in London's West End, and his new TV triumph in Simon Cowell's America's Got Talent. The wealth of inside information includes untold stories of his first marriage and his life as a TV star in Knight Rider and Baywatch. At times deeply personal, it also reveals his fight against drink that nearly drove him to destruction and the devastating motorbike accident in which his second wife Pamela was badly injured. The conclusion covers the reasons for the breakdown of their marriage. Described as a 'living legend', this fascinating book gives a new and moving insight into what it means to be the most watched TV star in the world.

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