David’s got stories to tell

DAVID McIntosh’s colourful life could soon be immortalised in the form of his own autobiography.

The former Platt Bridge resident has confirmed his plans for a book, saying: “It will be a heart-rendering read from start to finish. A gentle, beautiful man that gave everything to help humanity.”

His spokesman added: “On top of his celebrity lifestyle and relationship stories, he has some meaty tales to tell about his time in the marines. He’s written some of it, but not the whole thing yet.”

The former Gladiators star has previously admitted to enjoying writing. He told OK!: “I wrote stories, mostly adventure and fantasy stories. I write a lot when I’m travelling and I used to write when I wa son the ship because there were no distractions. It’s a good release of tension.”

But one person who will be rattled is his ex-fiance, Kelly Brook.

The 35-year-old left him out of the paperback version of her own autobiography Close Up so this could be payback time.

Meanwhile, promos for Kelly’s US sitcom One Big Happy have received good reviews, with one critic calling it “one of the most promising shows of 2015.”

A trailer for the show will also be broadcast during Sunday’s Super Bowl half-time show, getting major coverage.

And Kelly appears to be as confident and happy as ever as she philosophises about her relationships, adding that she is “completely single.”

She said: “The older you get, the more you realise you know nothing about relationships. I had much more successful relationships when I was in my 20s and I knew nothing. But now I feel like I can work people out so quickly and it’s not good. Being ­judgmental is not good.” But she added she does make relationship choices “on a whim.”

Speaking of her character, Prudence, she said: “I really wanted to make her interesting. I think a lot of people have a preconceived idea of what British actresses are like because of shows such as Downton Abbey. It’s nice to play a character that does not have a posh accent - just a regular girl.”