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New York Daily News Actor Michael K. Williams has become a best-selling author, one year after his shocking death. His autobiography, titled “Scenes From My Life” was nearly done when Williams suffered a lethal overdose of fentanyl, heroin, and cocaine. The 18-chapter tome, co-written by Jon Sternfeld, hit shelves on Aug. 23 and immediately became a bestseller. The book offers unflinching details of Williams' childhood trauma, his battles with drug addiction, and an acclaimed career that exceeded his own expectations. Although Williams built a cult-like fan base by appearing in projects touching on civil injustice, homosexuality, domestic violence, and slavery, his own journey, and inner struggles remained private. “That was part of his act,” Sternfeld told the Daily News. “He didn't want people to know, because he thought it was like a weakness on his part.” Sternfeld, who has co-written books with Sens. Tom Daschle and Trent Lott, and […]
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