LOS ANGELES (AP) — Add author to actor-comedian Kevin Hart’s list of accomplishments.
Atria Publishing Group announced Tuesday that the “Ride Along” star is writing a memoir about his experiences growing up and early failures as a comedian that helped fuel his now-prolific career.
The book will be titled “From the Hart” and is scheduled to be released next year by Atria’s imprint 37 Ink.
Hart has become a popular actor, appearing in the “Ride Along” films with Ice Cube, “Get Hard” with Will Ferrell and 2015’s “The Wedding Ringer.”
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Hart capped the announcement of his book with some humor, joking that his children know he’s a big deal because he tells them every day. Hart writes in a statement, “Now I’ll have a book out to prove it.”