Connery to write autobiography
After saying he would never pen the story of his life, actor Sean Connery is set to write his memoirs, the reports.
Publisher HarperCollins confirmed that Connery will receive a six-figure sum for his autobiography, which will be published in late 2005.
Connery, 73, said: “It’s rather scary, but utterly exhilarating, and I’m looking forward to it.”
The book, said to be “more honest than most celebrity memoirs, will trace the actor’s life from his humble beginnings in Edinburgh to world fame in the James Bond films and his Oscar-winning turn in The Untouchables.