Op-Ed: Eric Braeden's 'I'll Be Damned' is the best memoir of 2017

Posted Dec 28, 2017 by Markos Papadatos
Emmy-winning actor Eric Braeden ("The Young and The Restless") released the most compelling autobiography of 2017 with his memoir "I'll Be Damned."
Eric Braeden
Eric Braeden
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The book garnered a favorable review from Digital Journal, and rightfully so. It is an authentic and candid memoir, which chronicles his life, from his birth in German (during World War II) to his arrival in the United States, which help mold him to became a leading actor in the beloved soap The Young and The Restless, where he stars as Victor Newman, a role he has played for over 37 years.
Braeden discusses how he relates to his character on the soap, as well as his relationship with Marlon Brando. He opens up about his father, and he is not afraid to showcase his vulnerability. He ought to be commended for his humanitarian work, which include his philanthropic efforts for the German American Culture Society.
His autobiography, I'll Be Damned: How My Young and Restless Life Led Me to America's #1 Daytime Drama, is available on Amazon by clicking here.
To learn more about veteran actor Eric Braeden and his book, check out his official homepage.
Read More: Digital Journal chatted with Mr. Eric Braeden about his book, I'll Be Damned, as well as his illustrious career in acting.