Cheapest copies of Will Smith’s autobiography, Will
Will Smith has been thrust back into the headlines for all the wrong reasons. His autobiography reveals a different side of the actor.
Will Smith, the star of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Men in Black and Independence Day, is one of the most enduring movie stars ever, but his presence has never been more inescapable than it is right now. While his infamous slap of Chris Rock at the Oscars will continue to incite controversy and debate for some time, now's a great time to get a deeper insight into one of the most famous men on Earth.
Will tracks Smith's life from his childhood (yes, in West Philadelphia) and his often-overlooked hip-hop career to his meteoritic rise to fame on the screen. Naturally, he has plenty of life lessons to share about success, happiness and staying grounded.
The memoir also focuses on Smith's family life, as those closest to him struggle to handle levels of fame and scrutiny they never signed up for. Smith's marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith has struggled to stay out of the headlines in recent years. This book offers incredible insight into their relationship.
Here's the cheapest copies of Will available online in Australia. In formulating this article, we compared prices from Booktopia, Dymocks, QBD Books, Readings, Collins, Target, Big W and Amazon.
Cheapest copies of Will
About the authors
One of the most famous Hollywood actors of all time, Smith originally rose to fame as a performing artist, becoming the first musician to win a Grammy for rap music. He played a fictionalised version of himself on the ultra-popular sit-com The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and the rest is history. His films have grossed $9.3 billion at the box office.
Smith finally won an Academy Award for Best Actor at the most recent Oscars for his portrayal of Serena and Venus Williams' father in the film King Richard. Smith struck Chris Rock on stage after the comedian made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith's alopecia, vastly overshadowing this victory. Smith is already beginning to experience the fallout of that night, with several of his upcoming projects thrown into turmoil.
Mark Manson of the self-help bestseller The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck co-authored Will.