We've seen him in his tighty-whities on more than one occasion, but now actor Bryan Cranston is doing the most revealing thing of all -- he's writing a memoir.
The acclaimed stage, film and TV actor, best known as meth-cooking, cancer-suffering morally enigmatic dad Walter White on AMC's Breaking Bad, has signed a deal with publisher Scribner.
"Walter White taught me a lot -- some of it useful, some of it dangerous," Cranston, 58, says in a statement from his publisher. He plans "to tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting Breaking Bad."
The series, which follows Albuquerque, N.M., chemistry teacher White as he devolves into the world of crystal meth dealing, wrapped to much fanfare on Sept. 29, 2013. Cranston's book is expected in fall 2015.
For his role as Walter White, Cranston won an Emmy for outstanding lead actor in a drama series in 2008, 2009 and 2010. In addition, Cranston won four Emmys as a producer of the show.
Breaking Bad also has a cult following that includes celebrities, the cast of MythBusters and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, bored humans with a Netflix queue and even real meth dealers.
Cranston won a Screen Actors Guild award for his role in Argo and is also known for starring in the TV show Malcolm in the Middle. He is currently starring on Broadway as President Lyndon B. Johnson in All the Way.
While it's unclear whether we'll find a reference to Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, we know what White's counterpart, Jesse Pinkman would say about this news: "Yeah, B----!"