Close Up

The Autobiography

3.56 based on 52 ratings & 5 reviews on Goodreads.com

From a council house in Kent to her first home in the Hollywood hills, from being told she was too big to model to becoming an inspiration for curvy girls everywhere, Kelly's life has taken many unexpected turns. As a child she just wanted to be an actress - she never imagined she'd also become a hugely popular pin up girl or that she'd be romanced by film stars and pursued by paparazzi.

Now, in her deeply personal and honest autobiography, Kelly opens up about the men she has loved and the tragic loss and heartache she has overcome. And she reveals how, by refusing to be limited by other people's perceptions of her, she has forged a successful career as an actress, model and business woman. In Close Up we see the real Kelly. The girl behind the gloss. A funny, feisty woman who lives life on her own terms.

Poignant, witty and explosive
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A pretty juicy read. We love Kelly's no-nonsense attitude and how every single detail, from exact conversations to which A-lister she was partying with, makes it feel like you're on the ride with her. But alongside the highs come the lows, and the sincerity and sadness with which Kelly writes about her two devastating miscarriages - both while she was dating Thom Evans - will move you to tears [...] An honest and eye-opening account.
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Poignant, witty and explosive
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About Kelly Brook

Kelly Brook is an actress, TV presenter and business woman. Since starting her modelling career at sixteen she has graced the covers of numerous magazines including American Playboy. She worked as a TV presenter on youth shows, getting her big break hosting The Big Breakfast alongside Johnny Vaughn when she was eighteen. She went on to have her own show on MTV interviewing some of music's biggest artists and has since worked extensively in television and film in the UK and America. She can be seen in TV dramas such as Smallville, Trollied, Skins, Hotel Babylon, Miss Marple and One Big Happy for NBC. Her film work includes Piranha 3D, School for Seduction, Deuce Bigalow and Keith Lemon The Movie. On stage she has worked with Neil Labute in his production of Fat Pig, starred as Miss September in Calendar Girls and performed as a dancer in the hit cabaret show Forever Crazy.

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