Chapter by chapter, the best parts of Leah Remini's book 'Troublemaker' - 2015-11-02
Last week, we revealed the contents of numerous "Knowledge Reports" — spying dispatches — that Scientologists submitted about Leah Remini, and which form the basis for some of the most important parts of her new book coming out tomorrow, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology. We were careful, at that time, just to stick to the parts of the book that were related to what was in the KRs, which we had obtained some time ago.
Now, with just a day to go before publication, we're going to talk a little more about just some of the things we found to be important in the rest of this landmark book.
Introduction. When we sat down to read Leah's book several weeks ago, we really wondered about her subtitle: "Surviving Hollywood and Scientology." We figured she must have a lot of stories to tell about becoming a television actress and then landing her huge success with nine years as Carrie Heffernan on The King of Queens. There was her firing from The Talk to dig into, and her great comeback in the last two years with her reality show, It's All Relative. With so much Hollywood to discuss, would Scientology be an afterthought?