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Donald Sutherland to publish memoir about fame and his 60-year career in Hollywood | Radio-Canada books

Known for his private life, famous actor Donald Sutherland is finally ready to tell his story to the public.

He will share behind the scenes of his 60 years in the spotlight in his memoir Made up, but still true.

Born in Saint John, Sutherland rose to fame with his early roles in Dirty dozen And MASH POTATOES and has since received numerous accolades, including an honorary Oscar, two Golden Globe Awards, a Companion of the Order of Canada and even a Canada Post stamp in his image.

LISTEN | Why, after an incredible film career, Donald Sutherland is most proud to appear on a stamp:

Q5:36 p.m.Donald Sutherland: Why, after an incredible career in cinema, he is very proud to be commemorated on a stamp

Made up, but still true details Sutherland’s adventures, triumphs and trials on and off set, his strong bond with his parents, the health problems that nearly killed him and his first lasting loves. With humor, sensitivity and surprising honesty, Sutherland opens up about the life of a Hollywood icon and all that comes with it.

Made up, but still true will be published by Viking Canada and will be available in stores on November 12, 2024.

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