Harry Hamlin
Just in time for TV Land's reality show, 'Harry Loves Lisa,' comes Harry Hamlin's hilarious memoir entitled 'Full Frontal Nudity: The Making of an Accidental Actor.' But if you're expecting dish on his brief marriage to Nicolette Sheridan or chapters on 'L.A. Law' and being named People's Sexiest Man Alive in 1987, you're going to be disappointed. The book is about growing up in suburban California in the 1960's and attending Berkeley and Yale. It ends when he snags a part in the play 'Equus' which requires, you guessed it, full frontal nudity. The very busy Hamlin took a moment to chat with PopEater about the impressively written book, his two arrests (and short stint in jail), getting kicked out of school (for a positive review of 'Mein Kampf') and why he passed on the 1960's drug culture.