NEW YORK (AP) — Nearing his 80th birthday, Sir Patrick Stewart is lastly prepared for the mission he as soon as feared taking up — his memoir.
The award-winning actor greatest generally known as Capt. Jean-Luc Picard of “Star Trek: The Subsequent Technology” has a cope with Gallery Books for a “revealing and heartwarming look” into his life and instances, the writer introduced Tuesday. A title and launch date can be decided later.
“The thought of writing a memoir based mostly on my life and profession has been in my thoughts for a number of years, however at all times the calls for of labor have pushed it into the background. At this time there are not any calls for, neither is there a prediction when there may be,” Stewart, who turns 80 on July 13, mentioned in an announcement.
“I’m caught in the midst of taking pictures a brand new sequence, ‘Star Trek: Picard,’ and I passionately wish to see it by means of, however within the meantime … what? Effectively, I’ve a stupendous examine in our home in Los Angeles, sunny and peaceable. I’m 80 in somewhat over two weeks’ time. I’ve simply handled myself to a stunning workplace chair. And … I’ve the time. However most essential, I’m loving what I’m doing, although I by no means thought I might or may.”
Stewart will write about the whole lot from “Star Trek” to his award-winning stage performances to his voice work on “American Dad.” He had expressed concern prior to now about bringing again reminiscences of his abusive father, however he’ll “mirror on his childhood in Yorkshire, England, marked by poverty and home violence; in addition to his lifelong political advocacy and ongoing charity work,” in accordance with Gallery, a division of Simon & Schuster.
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