FORMER Coronation Street star Charlie Lawson plans to dish the dirt about his time on the ITV soap.
Charlie, 61, will reveal the “good and the bad” about his time on the Cobbles in an autobiography he is currently penning.
The ex Corrie actor revealed he was writing his memoir in a pensive photo on Twitter.
Charlie was seen sitting behind an oak desk, handwriting his life story while wearing a blue shirt.
Accompanying him on his writing journey was a bottle of red wine – which he described as “Ribena” – and a vase of daffodils.
Wearing a blue shirt, Charlie captioned the photo, “me and my autobiography” and tagged broadcaster Stephen Nolan in the post.
Fans rushed to ask Charlie questions about the book, saying they “can’t wait to read it” and it was sure to be a “cracking read”.
Charlie replied to fans that it would include “good and bad” anecdotes about his life and career.
The actor played Jim McDonald on the beloved soap and first appeared in 1989, appearing as a regular character until 2000 and making several extended guest appearances on the cobbles until 2018.
He is an avid user to Twitter and recently took to the social media platform to threaten “a thief who stole from his doorstep”
Charlie posted an extraordinary tirade on Twitter roaring: “If I catch you I’ll rip yer friggin arms off!!!!”.
Charlie’s breakfasts had been turned into a nightmare by a dairy-swiping robber who has been talking his morning milk from his doorstep in Prestbury, Cheshire.
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He spoke directly to the thief on Twitter saying: “To the little s***t in our village @PrestburyParish who keeps nicking our milk, missed you by a whisker this morning!
“Be real careful, if I catch you I’ll rip yer friggin arms off!!!!”
He seemed to have calmed down a little later in the day, telling one follower he’d have make the robber a brew if only they’d asked.