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The Rick Springfield of the eighties might be best described as a full-time heartthrob. Not only was he the plaintive voice behind "Jessie's Girl" and albums that sold more than 17 million copies; as physician Noah Drake, he was a prototypal Doctor McDreamy on soap opera's General Hospital. Behind that seductive persona though, this versatile Australian was a brooding, even suicidal bundle of nerves. Late, Late At Night, which Springfield wrote himself, describes the insecurities and concealed trauma behind his gleaming public image. Ultimately uplifting, this disarmingly candid memoir strikes deeper than any mere celebrity autobiography.