'Terminator' actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to release his memoirs in an autobiography next year detailing his career as a bodybuilder and his former role as the governor of California.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to release his memoirs next year.
The 'Terminator' actor is penning an autobiography that could include details of his recent break-up with Maria Shriver - which occurred earlier this year after she discovered he had a 13-year-old child with their housekeeper Mildred Patty Baena - as well as his career as a bodybuilder and his former role as the governor of California.
His spokesman Adam Mendelsohn explained the 64-year-old star has been working on the project for more than a year but he was reluctant to release it when he was a politician.
He told People magazine: "He has been keeping notes and working on the book for over a year.
"He didn't want to write his autobiography while he was governor."
'Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story' is set to be completed between filming scenes in 'The Expendables 2', which will see him star alongside Sylvester Stallone.
But a source added the book "will not be a tell-all".