From biography to big screen
'Who would play you in the movie of your life?' is a question often asked of celebrities. We look at the the films you may or may not know were once autobiographies
Ex-Manchester City footballer Paul Lake's autobiography I’m Not Really Here is the latest life story to be snapped up by the big screen, telling the story of his relegation to the sidelines when an injury cut short his career. Ever since The Damned United hit cinemas in 2009, starring Michael Sheen and based on David Peace's best-selling biography of Leeds United manager Brian Clough, footballer biographies have seen somewhat of a ressurection.