John Travolta’s autobiography, not yet titled, should be on sale in the United States in the autumn of 2006, published Hyperion announced this week.
“I’ve hit a milestone this year in my life, turning 50, and if I waited any longer I’d have to write two books,” Travolta, an Oscar nominee for Saturday Night Fever and Pulp Fiction, said in a statement in New York. “I’ve had such a full life that I really want to share it.”
Hyperion editor in chief Will Schwalbe called Travolta ”one of the greatest and most beloved actors of our time”.
Travolta’s new film, Ladder 49, also starring Joaquin Phoenix, will be released October 1.