Bryan Cranston says he will expose “dangerous” events in a new Breaking Bad memoir.
The 58-year-old actor portrayed meth manufacturer Walter White in the hit AMC series, a role which earned him three Emmy Awards.
And Bryan is prepared to tell all in a book he is writing for publishing company Charles Scribner's Sons.
“Walter White taught me a lot — some of it useful, some of it dangerous,” Bryan said in a statement to The New York Times.
“With this book, I want to tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting Breaking Bad.”
Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, announced this week the actor’s new memoir will hit bookshelves in fall 2015.
Nan Graham, lead publisher at the press, knows audiences will be deeply moved by Bryan’s words.
“[Bryan] writes the way he acts — with fierce commitment, intelligence and humour,” she said of the thespian.
Breaking Bad officially concluded last year after airing for five seasons.
Bryan previously admitted he was slightly disturbed when he watched the last ever episode of the show in a Hollywood cemetery with co-star Aaron Paul and 4,000 excited fans.
"It was really emotional for me, watching myself die among the headstones. It was beautiful night, 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Everyone was on lawn chairs. It was like a really big, morbid picnic," he told Empire magazine.
Following a successful string of TV appearances, Bryan is back to making feature films.
He will next be seen in Godzilla alongside Elizabeth Olsen, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Juliette Binoche.