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Colton Haynes Has 'No Secrets' After Surviving Abuse, Addiction and Homophobia in Hollywood
The Teen Wolf star and author of the new memoir Miss Memory Lane is retracing his rocky path from Abercrombie ads to TV stardom to rehab — and revealing how he plans to thrive in Hollywood now
Tiffany Haddish Releases Her First Children's Book: 'So Important to Play Make-Believe'
Tiffany Haddish spoke to PEOPLE about the inspiration behind her first children's book and what she hopes kids will learn from Layla
The Hunger Games Prequel Casts Billy the Kid's Tom Blyth as a Young President Snow
PEOPLE can exclusively reveal that Tom Blyth will play a young President Snow in the upcoming Hunger Games prequel The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
Journalist in Netflix Doc Thinks Robert F. Kennedy Was One of Last People to See Marilyn Monroe Alive
In the new Netflix doc, The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes, author Anthony Summers says he found evidence that RFK got into an explosive fight with the star on the day she died
Bono to Release Memoir Surrender in November
The U2 frontman's memoir will tell "the story of one pilgrim’s lack of progress . . . With a fair amount of fun along the way"
Glennon Doyle Says Sarah Paulson 'Was the Only Person' She Wanted to Play Her in Untamed Series
"I wrote her a letter asking her to do it and she wrote back within minutes," Doyle tells PEOPLE of asking Paulson to portray her in the upcoming adaptation of her memoir
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Diane Kruger Reveals Her Daughter's Name with a New Children's Book: 'She's Changed My World'
The actress celebrates the power of a name in her new children's book, A Name From The Sky, out Oct. 25
Fran Drescher Says The Nanny Musical Is 'Moving Forward at a Really Good Pace' with Rachel Bloom
Drescher revealed in early 2020 that a musical based on the 1993 television series of the same title would be heading to Broadway
NFL Player-Turned-Neurosurgeon Shares His Philosophy of Success: 'Small Wins Every Single Day'

Dr. Myron Rolle — who became a Rhodes Scholar and later played for the Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers before becoming a Harvard neurosurgeon — explains how to break up daunting goals into manageable tasks in his new book, The 2% Way