The popular stage, movie and TV actor, who made his multi-award-winning Broadway debut in M. Butterfly, will write a memoir for executive editor Maureen O'Brien at HarperEntertainment. She signed with Alan Nevins at The Firm for world rights and audio to Wong's story, which covers not only his active showbiz life but his remarkable journey along with his partner, Richie Jackson, to becoming a parent of twins via the dramatic employment of a surrogate mother. The book will be called Following Foo (the electronic adventures of the chestnut man) and will be published next May.