James Frey is an American writer. His books A Million Little Pieces (2003) and My Friend Leonard (2005), as well as Bright Shiny Morning, were bestsellers. In late 2005 and early 2006, investigators discovered that pivotal elements of A Million Little Pieces, a purportedly autobiographical account of the author's struggle with addiction, were untrue. His latest book is The Final Testament of the Holy Bible.



Treasure: My wife and kids
Quote: “If you care what other people think, you will always be their prisoner.” – Lao Tzu
Escape:Chateau Marmont
Vacation: Beaulieu-sur-Mer
Inspiration: History
Movie: Breaking the Waves
Childhood Memory: My parent’s patience and generosity
Work of Art: “The Gates of Hell” by Auguste Rodin
Song:“Highway to Hell” by AC/DC
Designer (Past or Present): Hanes and Kmart
Misconception (about you): That I’m full of shit
Guilty Pleasure: Buying art
Junk Food: Taco Bell
Youth Remedy:Playing with my kids
DeStress Mechanism: Reality television
Cocktail: Ice cold Coca-Cola
Party: My kid’s birthday parties
Hangover Remedy: Haven’t been in 18 years
Pals: Richard Prince, Bob Rubin, John McWhinnie, Richard Phillips, Andy Avini, Bill Powers, Terry Richardson, Billy Hult, Ray Mirza, Nils Johnson-Shelton, Eric Simonoff, Jeff Dawson, Josh Kilmer-Purcell, Brent Ridge, and Carter Burden
Crush: Maria Menounos
Lipstick & Nail Color: Whatever my wife is wearing
TV Show: The Bachelor
Cartoon Character: Dora the Explorer
Menu:Rib-eye steak, tater tots, broccoli with cheese, butterscotch sundae and a cup of coffee
Restaurant: Babbo