NEW YORK (AP) — Brad Garrett is trying to make peace with middle age.
The comic and Emmy-winning actor from "Everybody Loves Raymond" has a deal with Gallery Books for the memoir "When the Balls Drop: How I Learned to Give Up, Stop Trying, and Enjoy Life's Second Half." Gallery, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, announced Thursday that the book is scheduled for 2015.
Garrett, 53, also plans to base a TV show on his memoir, according to Gallery. His many film and TV credits include "Finding Nemo," ''Seinfeld" and "Night at the Museum."
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