Former Baywatch actor David Hasselhoff insists that his new autobiography David Hasselhoff - Making Waves will be a great inspiration to his fans, as it lists out the many good deeds he did in his lifetime.
The book mentions how the Hoff has become The Most Watched TV Star in the World according to the Guinness Book of World Records. It also carries many stories including the concert he played atop the Berlin Wall and the charity work he did with the late Diana, Princess Of Wales.
"I wrote this book about inspiration, and about making waves. I've tried to use Baywatch and David Hasselhoff in a positive way - from the Great Ormond Street hospital with Princess Diana to hospitals in more than 40 countries. We did some amazing things that nobody else would even think about doing. We went to Soweto during apartheid. We just thumbed our noses at everybody. We used my celebrity as a positive thing," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.