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In this New York Times bestseller, legendary actor and star of the acclaimed documentary Val shares the stories behind his most beloved roles, reminisces about his star-studded career and love life, and reveals the truth behind his recent health struggles in a remarkably candid autobiography. I’m Your Huckleberry PDF

Val Kilmer has played many iconic roles over his nearly four-decade film career. A table-dancing Cold War agent in Top Secret! A troublemaking science prodigy in Real Genius. A brash fighter pilot in Top Gun. A swashbuckling knight in Willow. A lovelorn bank robber in Heat. A charming master of disguise in The Saint. A wise-cracking detective in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Of course, Batman, Jim Morrison and the sharp-shooting Doc Holliday.

But who is the real Val Kilmer? With I’m Your Huckleberry—published ahead of next summer’s highly anticipated sequel Top Gun: Maverick, in which Kilmer returns to the big screen as Tom “Iceman” Kazansky—the enigmatic actor at last steps out of character and reveals his true self.

In this uniquely assembled memoir—featuring vivid prose, snippets of poetry and rarely-seen photos—Kilmer reflects on his acclaimed career, including becoming the youngest actor ever admitted to the Juilliard School’s famed drama department, determinedly campaigning to win the lead part in The Doors, and realizing a years-long dream of performing a one-man show as his hero Mark Twain. He shares candid stories of working with screen legends Marlon Brando, Tom Cruise, Robert Downey Jr. and Robert De Niro, and recounts high-profile romances with Cher, Cindy Crawford, Daryl Hannah, and former wife Joanne Whalley. He chronicles his spiritual journey and lifelong belief in Christian Science, and describes travels to far-flung locales such as a scarcely inhabited island in the Indian Ocean where he suffered from delirium and was cared for by the resident tribe. And he reveals details of his recent throat cancer diagnosis and recovery—about which he has disclosed little until now.

While containing plenty of tantalizing celebrity anecdotes, I’m Your Huckleberry—taken from the famous line Kilmer delivers as Holliday in Tombstone—is ultimately a singularly written and deeply moving reflection on mortality and the mysteries of life.

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Val Kilmer is an American actor known for his roles in Top Secret!, Top Gun, Real Genius, Willow, The Doors, True Romance, Tombstone, Batman Forever, Heat, The Saint, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and more. A graduate of Juilliard’s drama department, he has appeared on Broadway and London’s West End. He has published two books of poetry and received a Grammy nomination for Best Spoken Word Album. He is also an accomplished visual artist, with work exhibited in galleries worldwide, and the star of an acclaimed documentary Val about his life as a Hollywood actor.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Simon & Schuster; 1st edition (April 27, 2021)
    Language ‏ : ‎ English
    Paperback ‏ : ‎ 320 pages
    International Standard Book Number-10 ‏ : ‎ 1982144904
    International Standard Book Number-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1982144906
    Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 8 ounces
    Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.38 inches
    Best Sellers Rank: #5,558 in Books

Reviews From Customers

Courageous, soulful, and redeeming….
April 25, 2020

I have never been much of a fan of autobiographies…but Val Kilmer was my last major celebrity crush and I admit I bought it out of curiousity, regard, and support. From the first page I was taken aback. His writing was eloquent and just flows. I had no idea the hot hunk with luscious lips I saw on screen was so incredibly deep, and genuine. It was courageous because he was raw and honest and let you see all of him. It was soulful because unbeknownst to me he is clearly a very soulful person with an abundance of love in his heart. Redeeming to me because his acting lost its appeal for me after the Island of Dr. Moreau. Hearing him describe the experience, and that he disliked it as much as I did was redeeming. My greatest take away after he described is experiences on different films is that if I saw all films through the eyes of the actor it would probably be an entirely different experience. I will of course now be re-watching some of his films to experience it the way he described it. I am delighted he has peace and is doing what he loves. A delightful read that completely surprised me. I may read more autobiographies now.

If it weren’t Val Kilmer this gibberish never would have made it into print!
July 20, 2020

Let me preface this by saying that I have always loved Val Kilmer on film: Real Genius, Top Secret, Doc Holiday in Tombstone, The Saint, Batman, Ghost and the Darkness, etc. So it hurts me to write this review, but I can only be honest with my opinions, so here goes…

This tome is painfully wordy and filled with stream of conscience passages that are less than interesting and sometimes degrade to outright gibberish. So much praise of his Christian Science religion that not only helped create his dysfunctional family, but continues to enable his total lack of self-awareness about how insidious a force it was in his life, and still is, to include leading to his expecting his religion to cure his cancer. Too late does he learn that surgery and chemo were his only true options. And even now…he’s in denial about that.

Val throws out a tiny bit of personal info and then goes off on a enraptured meditation journey, sometimes in mid-sentence. It’s jarring. If you’re searching for answers to the big questions in life, this book could leave you even more confused… as for me… I’m too busy living in the real world.
Val’s stream-of-consciousness writing style turned me off almost immediately. It reminded me of Jim Carrey’s “Memoirs and Misinformation” that I recently tried desperately to finish but just couldn’t get past the 3rd chapter…ugh. Now I know why there are script writers, because most actors literally have nothing interesting to say unless they’re using other peoples’ words. I realize acting requires one to be somewhat self-centered, but come on… there are limits!

Maybe some people [Christian Scientists?]will be enthralled to see a photo of Mary Baker Eddy in this actor’s memoir. Me, not so much. I will say it did help explain how & why he got so screwed up in his youth, and hasn’t changed since then. For someone who claims his main force in life is to find god & self-awareness, he is exceedingly lacking in that category. Always in search of the perfect moment, the perfect woman, he’ll never find any form of true peace or happiness because in life, nothing is ever perfect.. it’s only as good as what you yourself bring to it.

Oh, and he still loves every women he has ever loved [really?]… all of them were perfect[really?]… okay… so the relationships ended because….? He hasn’t been with a woman in 20 years… this lady is not surprised.

There were sections I literally skipped over where he’d drift off topic and would gush about Eddy…or Mark Twain…. or Marlon Brando. Oh, how he loves Marlon!! Two peas in a pod I should think. Here we have one of the prettiest, most prolific actors of the 1990’s, with access to the best of everything, and yet he thought he could heal throat cancer with prayer & a heavy dose of denial, so that now he literally has no ability to speak. I’m bowled over by the irony. He should have followed Michael Douglas’ advice and gotten treatment early… but Val knows best… just like he did at Juilliard… sorry…. at THEJuilliard School… which he keeps referring to in that manner ad nauseam throughout THEbook. HE knew better than his professors. HE was the first actor under the age of 17 to star on Broadway [hmmm… excuse me… does the name PATTY DUKE ring a bell?]. Even now he continues to claim he’s improving physically, that his tongue is still swollen from the treatments which makes speaking difficult. I’m a Nurse and I know better. He has a permanent trach so he can breathe. He has probably lost a good deal of his tongue to the cancer. The muscles in his face show the toll it’s all taken. Now don’t get me wrong, a positive attitude can be a good thing, but delusional thinking is less than helpful. Lying to yourself rarely helps.

There is no insight here into Val Kilmer or his films other than his beloved Christian Science, which, as stated previously, is discussed in his book to the point of madness . Even the discussion of his films & costars never rises above the level of what you can find in a simple Wikipedia search. He doesn’t truly own the fact that he was a demanding man who pushed those around him who didn’t see his “vision” of how it should be until they wanted him gone. Does he somehow thinks that by praising them now, he’ll get back in their good graces? Pfffffht

He praises Marlon Brando to the point of absurdity [birds of a feather?]. He might have done a better job if he had written a biography of Marlon Brando or better yet… Mary Baker Eddy. I have an extensive library that I add to frequently, but this is one book that’s heading straight to Good Will, ASAP.
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Greg loves the Classics
Yep – He’s arrogant
April 25, 2020

I’ve enjoyed several of Val’s better known performances, he’s my age, so I thought this would make good pandemic reading. Although he doesn’t bad-mouth anyone, he never really accepts responsibility for his well-deserved reputation of being “difficult “. I think he believes himself to be a great actor and renaissance man – but to be brutally honest I think he’s like many cancer survivors who suddenly have an epiphany that no, they are not the center of the universe. He’s quite the lady’s man, no matter which conquest he talks about it seems every one was THE love of his life. It’s an easy read but he certainly glosses over what he finds difficult failures. Many will come away thinking another one who after facing adversity becomes enlightened.

The real Val and it ain’t pretty
May 10, 2020

I always thought of Val Kilmer as an arrogant, self centered strange kind of blowhard. And so he writes this book and I find him to be an arrogant, self centered strange kind of blowhard. I give two stars because chewing up scenery led to some memorable scenes as Doc Holliday and Iceman and it is kind of fun to hear his take on his movies and encounters with the rich and famous. For example, his self described horrific behavior in Real Genius would make most anyone cringe in retrospect. Not Val. I would give him credit for not trying to excuse his behavior, but his lack of awareness about how bad it was leaves him out in orbit, where this book should float, lonely and ignored.

Michelle Rickman
April 22, 2020

Page by page you can feel the love. It’s hard to describe, a reaction not expected. Val Kilmer has me spellbound from this book!

B. McKee
The Iceman cometh
April 25, 2020

This book is interesting, insightful, entertaining, informative and intimate. I felt like the author was talking to me, telling me his story.

Kilmer does not elaborate on any of his many excellent movie performances but rather talks about his life: his ambitious but negligent father, his beautiful but distant mother, his brothers, his childhood and adolescent years, the women in his life, the loyal friends, his children.

The reader becomes part of that story, following Val from California to New Mexico, chasing his dreams, the ones he cherished and the ones he brought to life. There is success and failure, tragedy and comedy, love lost and love found, finding the meaning and purpose of life.

I have enjoyed a great many of his movies, including watching “Tombstone” enough times to risk being labeled as obsessed. But there was so much talent in that cast that you can’t absorb it in one viewing.

So Val Kilmer goes from saying “I’m your huckleberry” in “Tombstone” to becoming Mark Twain, the creator of Huckleberry Finn, with great success.

I seldom bother to read celebrity memoirs, but I am glad I read this one.

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An entertaining read and a must for Val Kilmer fans.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 25, 2020

I read this book during the lockdown and finished it within a couple of days. This wasn’t because the book is short – at over three hundred pages it certainly isn’t. I just couldn’t put it down.

The book itself is nicely presented. Under the red dust jacket, the hardcover edition is nicely finished in white with embossed lettering in gold.

Kilmer’s story starts off with a health scare while he is living at Cher’s guesthouse. Here, we get a sense of how his illness has impacted his life as well as changed his outlook. It then chronicles his early family life, influences and theatrical training, recounts his experiences on stage and film, details his romantic life, friendships and love for his children, before taking us back to present day and his current situation. The book gives us an update on his recent projects, and the realization of a long-held dream.

There are many interesting revelations along the way, most notably regarding Marlon Brando and The Doors’ producer Paul Rothschild.

What’s most surprising, and ultimately rewarding about the book, is that it’s a deeply spiritual and artistic account of Kilmer’s life. It’s more than just a memoir.

If I was to be critical at all, there could have been more detail about his experiences on set and possibly less about his romantic encounters, but that’s a personal preference of mine rather than a fault of the author. The photos being presented in black and white, rather than colour is another very minor drawback, but doesn’t detract from the overall experience of reading it.

All in, I found the book to be very entertaining, with Kilmer’s good humour throughout.
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Andrew Barclay
A Remarkable life recounted …
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2020

Val Kilmer should consider taking up writing full time, he’s naturally funny, and even when going into the topic of his throat cancer he does so with wry wit, and whilst not making light of his battle with cancer, he doesn’t let it negatively overwhelm his outlook on life. This isn’t an A to Z of Vals life, it’s his recounting of times, faces and places that mean the most to him. It’s a book that lifts the readers spirit. Highly enjoyable read.

Geraldine Harron
The book arrived and was in perfect condition.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 15, 2021

Val Kilmer writes spontaneously with love to his fans and honesty. He has a deeply interesting life and mind sharing his pains, passions and people with an easy conversational style. I already loved Val Kilmer and the characters he played, there are lovely insights and I can only agree that ‘I’m Your Huckleberry’ perfectly describes our everyman who’s talent is not limited to stage and screen.

interesting, enjoyable read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 9, 2020

enjoyed reading Val Kilmer’s Memoir, it was interesting, a truthful look back over a diverse life, a very worthwhile read

alison watson
Great read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 20, 2020

Great book and val Kilmer is my favourite actor a lovely and honest biography

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