Superstar BURT REYNOLDS ready to spill his guts in an unvarnished tell-all of his life, many loves and career.
Burt who famously went nude as the centerfold in the “Cosmopolitan” and rocketed from journey man character actor during a major international superstar has inked a deal to drop his memoirs on an unsuspecting world.
G.P. Putnam's Sons announced Wednesday that Reynolds' memoir, "But Enough About Me," is set for release in fall 2015.
Reynold, 78,s promises in a statement to "set the record straight" on everything from his love affairs with Dinah Shore, Sally Field and Loni Anderson to his latter day health battles.
Among Burt’s films include John Boorman's "Deliverance," "Boogie Nights", "100 Rifles", “Shamus”, “The Longest Yard” and the "Smokey and the Bandit" series.
Burt’s TV shows include “Hawk” a 1968 police drama and “Evening Shade” during the 1980s.
In the book, Burt is said to be delving into his long running friendships with Clint Eastwood when they were both unknown Universal Studios contract kids.
He says he’ll be dishing on Tinsel Town titans Frank Sinatra and Johnny Carson, among others.
Insiders speculate that Burt may finally reveal his most shocking secret of all. Stay tuned, Enquring minders.