In addition to talking about her experiences with motherhood, the odd phase her six-year-old son Milo went through during which he was against music (odd, because – well, look who we’re talking about! But at least he’s obsessed with Queen now), and her intense new move, The Ledge, Liv Tyler recently talked with late night talk show host Conan O’Brien about her father’s new autobiography.

See what Steven Tyler promises with his autobiography, Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?

Liv admitted to Conan that although she wants to know more about her father as a man and as a human being, there was some anxiousness about getting the book (from Amazon, mind you – not Steven).

The first couple chapters are… I mean, it’s, I, I know his mind so well that I understand but there’s a whole opening part about like a fox coming and taking him from his playpen and taking him into a hole and no one can find him when he was a baby and I was just like, ‘Whoa, wait…’ That’s my dad!

Check out the whole interview over at Team Coco.

How would YOU feel to read a parent’s autobiography? Would you like the chance to get to know your mother or father in a way you otherwise don’t? Would you read it, or would you rather keep your current understanding of them intact?

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Sparks, A. (2011). Liv Tyler On Dad, Steven: “I Know His Mind So Well”. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 17, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/celebrity/2011/07/liv-tyler-on-dad-steven-i-know-his-mind-so-well/

 

 

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