Most notably known for her role as Sue Sylvester, the sharp and sarcastic Cheerios coach in the hit show that brings musical television to a whole new level, Jane Lynch has announced that she will write a book about her memoirs.
Lynch, 50, has said that her character on Glee has given her not only the strength in reputation but also in inspiration. After winning a Golden Globe award as well as an Emmy for Best Actress, it’s no wonder that her success on the show came from her own success in her life. Lynch’s early career started with performing in The Second City, Steppenwolf, and in the film “Best in Show” and during this time she had her own obstacles to overcome to get to where she needed to be.
“Happy Accidents” describes her struggles with staying sober and above all, coming to embrace her openly gay sexuality in show business.
“Having finally reached a happy place -- a happy accidents place -- I want to share my story with others, to let them know things aren't as bad as they fear," Lynch has said in a statement.
“Happy Accidents” is scheduled to hit stores in September of 2011, and until then, catch Lynch as her famous outspoken character in “Glee” on Tuesday nights on Fox.