Leave it to the stars of yesteryear to jump at the chance to write a memoir. Jason Priestly, of Beverly Hills, 90210, is the latest actor to jump on the bandwagon.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Priestly, who played Brandon Walsh on the beloved hit series (which ran for 10 years, from 1990 to 2000), agreed to a multiple six-figure advance with HarperCollins to write the still untitled memoir. The book will include details about his struggles with alcohol — including a drunken driving charge from 1998 — and his tumultuous relationship with 90210 creator Aaron Spelling.
The memoir is expected to be released in spring 2014.