Corrie legend reveals soap opera secrets in tell-all book amid battle over £50,000 unpaid debt


Coronation Street legend Charlie Lawson is set to reveal soap opera secrets in a new tell-all book.

It comes after he learned he was facing legal action over an unpaid debt of £50,000.

Jim Lawson has written a new memoir, and it looks like it's going to be shocking.


Jim Lawson has written a new memoir, and it looks like it’s going to be shocking.Credit: Rex
He co-starred with Beverley Callard in a long-running drama.


He co-starred with Beverley Callard in a long-running soap opera.Credit: Rex Features

The explosive memoir is due to be released in October, according to self-publishing company New Generation Publishing.

The famous actor, best known for his role as Jim McDonald in the TV drama Coronation Street, is accusing “abuse within the entertainment industry”.

But Lawson, 64, who has spent a combined 40 years on stage and screen, also plans to write about the “lighter times,” sharing the backstage shenanigans, cast squabbles and turmoil. Celebrities “During his 28-year tenure on Britain’s beloved soap opera, he contributed greatly to culture.”

Charlie said: “Looking back on the last 65 years has been both exhilarating and difficult at times, but finishing my autobiography has put a smile on my face, so there you have it. These so-called 90 years have been amazing!”

His new memoir has been described as “uniquely entertaining, eye-opening and fascinating.”

“As well as shining a light on the less glamorous side of the profession, Charlie recounts a series of raucous and hilarious vignettes featuring some of his famous criminal accomplices. Adrian The acquisition statement states: “Dunbar, Neil Morrissey and Martin Clunes.”

“Charlie reveals a life off-screen that is just as dramatic as his on-screen character. This memoir reveals the difficult times growing up in Northern Ireland during the Northern Ireland Troubles, as well as abuse in the entertainment industry.”

“This is in stark contrast to lighter times, as Lawson recounts the behind-the-scenes shenanigans, cast disputes and celebrity culture upheaval during her 28-year run on Britain’s beloved soap opera.”

“Lawson’s resume includes performances with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford and at the National Theatre. theater He worked at the Old Vic and appeared in groundbreaking productions alongside many famous actors and directors, including Harry’s Game, Mike Leigh’s Four Days in July and Alan Clarke’s The Firm opposite Gary Oldman.

“With brutal honesty, Charlie describes how infidelity destroyed one marriage and his second wife’s brutal battle with drug addiction brought him to the brink of losing his mind.”

Charles Lawson teases Jim McDonald’s return

“This memoir offers a vivid, humorous and insightful glimpse into the fearless actor’s eventful life.”

Publisher Tom Chalmers said: “We are thrilled to be publishing Charlie’s candid memoir through New Generation Publishing.”

“When I spoke to Charlie I immediately knew this book was worth publishing and it was great to have a collaborative deal.

“This book is packed with entertaining and informative anecdotes and is essential reading. Charlie is one of Britain’s national TV stars and we’re thrilled to be adding his memoir to our publication list.”

Soap opera star Jim is now overdue on repaying £37,000 he won from the 2018 collapse of the Cheshire-based deli.

Because he was unable to repay his debts, he was barred from running a company in the future.

The 64-year-old last appeared on the show in 2018 and has been threatened with legal action.

Read more at The Scottish Sun

He is now focusing on writing and has a new book due to be published later this year.

Charlie tweeted, “@BookBrunch & @NGPublishing, so excited to partner with this group – can’t wait for October!! boots!!!”

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