NEW YORK (AP) — There is more to David Spade than the catchphrase "Buh-Bye."
Dey Street Books announced Monday that the actor and comedian is working on a memoir scheduled to come out in fall 2015. Its title has not been released.
According to Dey Street, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, Spade will write about everything from his childhood in Arizona to his friendship with the late comedian Chris Farley.
Spade plans to cover his years on "Saturday Night Live," such films as "Tommy Boy" and his TV series "Just Shoot Me" and "Rules of Engagement." He will even, apparently, relate what he calls his "epic tale" of losing his virginity.
In a statement issued through Dey Street, Spade offers a self-review for his book: It's a "must" buy and a "maybe" read.