Nicolas Cage: The Unauthorized Biography

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Blake, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 362 pages
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Since his Oscar-winning performance in Leaving Las Vegas, Nicholas Cage has become one of the most high-profile stars of contemporary cinema. Yet despite all the media attention, Cage remains one of Hollywood’s most inscrutable stars; in fact, his real life is as curious as some of the characters he plays. This new book follows the actor’s life and appraises his career, including his roles in cult movies like Raising Arizona and Wild at Heart, his oddball leading-man parts in films like Moonstruck, and his incarnation as action hero in Con Air and Face/Off. Complete with photos and a filmography, this is a must-read for Nicolas Cage’s many fans.

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Markham-Smith has been a journalist, writer and broadcaster for more than 30 years.

Hodgson is a specialist on the entertainment industry and celebrity circuit.

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