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Celebs love to use their creativity to entertain audiences not just through TV and the big screen, but through literature too. Here are just a few Hollywood authors who did just that, for your reading pleasure.
Comedy icon Steve Martin's novel, An Object of Beauty, follows an ambitious fine art dealer in New York and her rocky climb to success from the late 1990's to present day.
British actor and comedian Hugh Laurie published his spy genre spoof, The Gun Seller, in 1998.
Named after his hometown, Palo Alto: Stories, is a collection of linked stories about a group of teenagers and their struggles in life.
Actress Julianne Moore has a children's book called Freckleface Strawberry, which from her own experience, was written to help kids deal with their 'freckle phobia' and realize how silly it is to worry over such trivial physical differences.
Comedy legend, Billy Crystal, wrote Still Foolin' Em as a collection of his own observations and reflections throughout his life and career.
Jim Carrey's children's book, How Roland Rolls, metaphorically encourages kids to realize they're each a part of something greater and to challenge their limitations.
Infamous is the conclusion to Lauren Conrad's Fame Game book series, which somewhat mirrors her own life by following a group of girls and how they deal with being reality TV stars.
Modelland, by Tyra Banks, is a novel about a model who dares to become successful regardless of physical attributes that hold her back.