In this eloquent memoir about his father, Michael Frayn takes us through moments of pain and gentle humor in a way that is both understated and touchingly open.
Judi Dench's book (as told to John Miller) is officially not a biography and meant instead to clear some things up; yet she manages only in telling us what we already know.
Simon Callow focuses on his work as an actor in his autobiography.
Kathleen Turner autobiography lets it all hang out. You get to see the vulnerabilities as well as the accomplishments and the raging ego.
In How Sondheim Found His Sound, Steve Swayne tries to define his subject by checking out his record collection. A novel idea, but not necessarily so