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article imageDemi Moore to publish tell-all memoir in 2012

By Richard Mccallum     Jun 8, 2010 in Entertainment
New York - Demi Moore, one of the generational group of actors known as the Hollywood Brat Pack, has signed a deal with publisher Harper Collins for a lifelong memoir rumured to be worth over $2 million.
The publisher revealed Monday that it had purchased the world rights to Moore's tell-all memoir, as yet unnamed which is scheduled for release in 2012.
Tina Andreadis, for Harper Collins had no comment on the writer's fee, which had been reported on a website from Harper Collins executives.
Moore, 47, was one of Hollywood's biggest box office attractions and has starred in many important films including "A Few Good Men", "Indecent Proposal", "Ghost", "GI Jane", "Disclosure" and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle".
The actress had a very rough childhood, and was a victim of domestic violence from both of her alcoholic parents.
The troubled family ended up in Hollywood in 1976 .
She attended Hollywood's Fairfax High School where her classmates included actor Tim Hutton and also Flea and Anthony Keidis from the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
At 16 Nastassja Kinski, daughter of Klaus and her best friend, persuaded her to drop out of school in order to pursue acting full time.
Her father Danny Guynes committed suicide in 1980.
Demi's silver screen debut was in the 3D drive in horror classic Parasite in 1982.
Her big break into mainstream pop consciousness came when she was cast as Jackie Templeton in ABC's General Hospital.
She has three daughters from her 13 year marriage to actor Bruce Willis, and is presently married to actor/producer Ashton Kutcher.
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