Fast Show star Simon Day is to tell his life story in a new autobiography – but fans will have to wait until 2011 to read all the details.
The comic as sold the rights to his memoirs, which haven’t yet got a title, to publishers Simon and Schuster.
Details are still thin on the ground, but the book, like his recent autobiographical tour, is expected to cover such subjects as hus playing truant at school to his addiction to fruit machines.
Simon and Schuster’s non-fiction editorial director Mike Jones said: "Simon really brings to life, with vividness and humour, some of the terrible and wonderful things that have happened to him. There's a strong voice to his writing which I am sure will appeal to his many fans."
Day joins a long list of comedians writing memoirs. This month alone sees releases from Peter Kay, Dara O Brian, Jack Dee and Frankie Boyle, all hoping for a slice of the lucrative Christmas market.
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