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Hollywood Causes Cancer: The Tom Green Story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2006

    A very entertaining read

    Most know him either from his MTV show, the precursor to the reality television fireball we are currently engulfed in, or his near-starring role in Road Trip. Either way, he is the cooky goateed face with a talent for making funny noises and enfuriating his parents and the public, most notably for the latter in his film Freddy Got Fingered, more of a cinematic adaptation of his show's pranks sans the passerby-reaction effect. There was also his stint with Drew Barrymore, which most see as another failed Hollywood romance. But this book shows that he is a much more intelligent, humorous, and human individual than we give him credit for. Underneath the pranks and goofy sounds are a true honing of his material starting from childhood, leading to stardom on college radio and then Canadian public access television. He was nothing more than a kid from Canada trying to do it different, and when MTV picked up his show, he was introduced to a completely unfamiliar world of celebrity shallowness and MTV's corporate madness. This is more than another cheap Hollywood autobiography, it's the story of a pioneer from mild surroundings taken completely out of his element but always retaining his sense of humor, which he lets shine in this memoir. Entertaining, smart and hard to put down, this book satisfies on all levels, whether or not you enjoy his goofy antics. There are no cheap tricks like these in this book, only the mind behind them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2004

    The Best Book ever

    Not only is Tom Green the Funniest man ever but he wrote a book about his life. Check it out fellow Undercutters

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