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I have found that it is actually musicians who tend to have the most interesting biographies and I can name plenty of great ones, but your question is specifically about actors and actresses so I'll stick to that. Maybe I should post my own question about musician biographies :)

Robin by Dave Itzkoff - Everyone remembers Robin Williams as the funny guy who was always cracking jokes and making people laugh. I think very few people ever knew what went on behind the scenes in his life and how much he struggled with self-doubt. There are a lot of information in this biography that I never even knew about and I'm a big fan of Robin Williams. His death came as a huge shock to the world, but after reading this biography and finding out about his addiction and depression I can understand why he did what he did.

Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher - This is another great biography by an actress that is sadly no longer with us. Everyone who only knows Carrie Fisher as the beautiful Princess Leia from the Star Wars movies are in for a bit of a shock if they read this biography. Carrie was undeniably a brilliant and talented actress but she also had her struggles with addiction and suffered from manic depression. I never would have thought that Princess Leia spent time at a fair amount of mental institutions either. This is not just a biography for Star Wars fans, but for anyone who can appreciate well written true life stories.

I Can't Make This Up by Keven Hart - Kevin Hart is another comedian who hides a lot of hardship behind his smile. The odds were overwhelmingly against him ever becoming a success as he grew up in a household where his father was a drug addict while his brother was a drug dealer. Yet, somehow, Kevin managed to not follow in their footsteps and instead pursued his dreams to get him to where he is today.

Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology by Leah Remini - I fell in love with Leah Remini watching the show The King of Queens, but I never had any idea that she was a former Scientologist until I saw her biography. Imagine my surprise when it turns out that she was raised as a member of the church and was part of it up until 2013 when she left. Since then she has been a constant thorn in their side and followed up her biography with a series as well.
Christopher Johnson McCandless. He is the protagonist of Into the Wild from Jon Krakauer and I've honestly never been more frustrated with any character ever. I get that McCandless was a real person who really young due to no doubt the stupid decisions that he made, but reading how it all happened is jsut so frustrating. He appears to have been one of those people who just was not capable of making good decisions even when given sound advice and that is endlessly frustrating to someone like me. It's really tragic how it all played out, but I can honestly say I was not surprised that "Supertramp" didn't make it.
In my opinion, the movie of Fahrenheit 451 was much better than the book; the characterisation and plot was more believable. To expand further would spoil the book for anyone wanting to read it.

Also, the Truman Capote novella Breakfast At Tiffany's is very much darker and, to me, less satisfying that the amazing movie. It's almost an entirely different story told from the point of view of Holly's neighbour. The ending was drastically changed for the film, for the better, in my view.
I have a good one for you. It's by Laurie Halse Anderson and it is called "Speak." The whole book is written in diary format by a girl named Melinda who basically loses the ability to talk to others around her after a traumatic incident. I cannot explain more about what the trauma is about without spoiling some elements, so you'll just have to take my word for it that this is a really good book. I found out much later that the author actually based some elements of the story on her own life, which is a bit sad, but explains why she was able to write everything in such a clear and expressive manner.
This is quite a broad question really. Do you mean male romance authors who write for a female audience? Male romance authors who write for a male audience? Or male romance authors who write for a gay audience, because there are ones for all of the above. Whether or not they are all good I cannot say because I haven't read all of them, but there are definitely good ones. Probably the most famous one of them all is Nicholas Sparks in my opinion. I don't think that you can call yourself a fan of romance novels if you haven't read his 1996 novel, The Notebook. Sparks also wrote Message in a Bottle, A Walk to Remember, The Rescue, A Bend in the Road, The Lucky One, Safe Haven, The Best of Me, and See Me. I know that some readers and critics find Sparks to be a little too sappy and sentimental when it comes to romance, but I prefer that over the smut that some authors try to pass off as romance these days. All I know is that Sparks has written more romance novels than Jane Austen and most have been best-sellers. His work has also been very successful when turned into movies, which is more than a lot of other romance authors, male or female, could say.
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FEATURED AUTHOR - Award-winning author Geoffrey Saign has spent many years studying kung fu and sailed all over the South Pacific and Caribbean. He uses that experience and sense of adventure to write the Jack Steel and Alex Sight thriller action series. Geoff loves to sail big boats, hike, and cook—and he infuses all his writing with his passion for nature. As our Author of the Day, Saign tells us all about his book, Steel Force. Please give us a short introduction to what Steel Force is about. Steel Force is… Read more