Josh Gad will tell the story of his life and career in a new memoir-in-essays, People magazine reports.

Gallery Books will publish the actor’s In Gad We Trust: A Tell-Some next year. The press describes the book as “a heartfelt and hilarious collection of essays.”

Gad, a Florida native, starred in the sitcom Back to You and the film The Rocker before working as a correspondent on The Daily Show for two years. In 2011, he had his breakout stage performance as Elder Cunningham in The Book of Mormon, which earned him a Tony nomination. He is also known as the voice of Olaf the snowman in the two Frozen animated films.

His book, Gallery says, will cover “the lasting impact of his parents’ divorce; how he struggled with weight and self-image; his first big break; how everyone was sure his most successful ventures (both on the big screen and the stage) would fail; his take on fatherhood, and so much more.”

Gad announced the book on Instagram, writing, “I am thrilled to announce that I too am staying in the race and by race, I mean publishing my memoir.…In the age of book banning, it felt like the right time to test the waters and release something that will resonate with readers who are still allowed to read literature in 2025. From the highs and lows of my career to the personal moments that shaped me, this book is a deeply personal look into my life and experiences.”

In Gad We Trust is scheduled for publication on Jan. 14, 2025.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.