Middleton born actor Steve Coogan has struck a deal to publish his autobiography.
The star, known for his bumbling TV creation Alan Partridge as well as his Hollywood roles, will publish the book next year.
The 47-year-old has previously had literary success with his bestselling spoof book about his alter-ego I, Partridge: We Need To Talk About Alan.
Coogan has been protective of his personal life and has been involved with the Hacked Off campaign. Last year he settled a High Court claim after his phone was hacked by the News Of The World newspaper, receiving an apology and an award of £40,000.