Bryan Cranston, the Emmy Award-winning actor who spent five years as a chemistry teacher turned meth dealer on "Breaking Bad," will pen a memoir about his experiences working on the AMC drama.
The 58-year-old, whose first became a household name playing Hal in "Malcolm in the Middle," has teamed up with Simon & Schuster imprint Scribner for a book with a scheduled 2015 release date, The New York Times reported.
"['Breaking Bad's] Walter White taught me a lot — some of it useful, some of it dangerous," Cranston said in a statement released by his publisher. The memoir will "tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting 'Breaking Bad.'"
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After "Breaking Bad" ended its run last September, Cranston moved over to the stage, and is currently starring as President Lyndon B. Johnson in the play "All the Way."
Cranston wasn't the only celebrity to announce an upcoming memoir this week. "Two and a Half Men's" Jon Cryer also revealed he'll be publishing a tell-all
book in 2015.
"In these times of truly global crisis when fear is outracing hope, I think we can all be grateful that the guy who played Duckie in 'Pretty in Pink' is writing a book," Cryer said in a statement. "It'll be filled with just what you'd expect from me; juicy tidbits on international monetary policy, catty comments regarding agriculture in Central Asia and, of course, forbidden anecdotes about stamp collecting. And maybe I'll talk about Charlie Sheen."
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