Born in prison to a single mother, Antwone Fisher was a ward of Cleveland's foster care system until he was taken in by a family who subjected him to verbal and sexual abuse throughout his adolescence. At 17, Fish escaped, only to suffer the hardships of life on the streets. Enlisting in the U.S. Navy, he found a "family" of his own. But before he could make peace with his past, he had to discover who he really was and where he came froman inspiring, fascinating journey that lead from the mean streets of Cleveland to the highest echelons in Hollywood.
About the Authors:
Antowne Q. Fisher is a producer and screenwriter working in Hollywood. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Mim E. Rivas has worked on more than 10 books, including Betty DeGeneres's Love, Ellen: A Mother/Daughter Journey
Finding Fish, compellingly read by Alton Fitzgerald White, is [Antwone Fisher's]story, told with candor and without self-pity.