Paul Newman Spilled The Beans About His Torrid Sexual Life With Partner, Woodward In His Latest Memoir!

Paul Newman credits his wife for the big transformation 

A forthcoming posthumous biography, “Paul Newman: The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man,” is based on interviews with the actor and his family, friends, acquaintances, and associates who agreed to go on the record under the condition that they be “honest and open.”

The disclosures in memoir

This book tells the story of Newman’s troubled teenage years growing up in Shaker Heights, Ohio, where he had to ask his parents for permission to play high school football when he was a young boy. At an early age, he was not particularly self-assured, just a non-existent lad, and unpopular with women, but all that changed when he found Woodward, his soul mate.

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In this book, Paul Newman, an incredibly talented actor best known for his roles in “Butch Cassidy,” “The Sting,” and many others, had an open conversation with his wife of 50+ years, Joanne Woodward, about his scorching sex life. He admitted that after meeting Woodward in 1953 while starring in the play “Picnic,” he turned into a sexual creature, and the two of them left a trail of passion behind them in hotels, public spaces, and even in cars.

Tale of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward’s romance

Newman was already wedded to Jackie Witte and the father of three young children, Scott, Susan, and Stephanie, when he and Woodward first caught each other’s gaze in 1953. However, their intense desire led to a protracted, heated romance.

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After splitting from Witte in 1958, Newman married Woodward in Las Vegas the same year. He remembered in the book the early years of his marriage, when his wife set up a bedroom termed the “F—-Hut,” where they made out for numerous nights, were loud and sensual, and enjoyed one another’s company. He called it a pleasant and lovely sensation.

The perfect and classiest pair, Newman and Woodward were cast in 16 films together. With their three lovely kids, Nell, Melissa, and Clea, they relocated to Westport. They remained together and were pleased till Newman died in 2003, at the age of 83.

Woodward, 92, is now an Alzheimer’s patient and lives on the same property where his husband formerly lived. Their children had acknowledged that their parents had made many compromises and tried to sort out their marriage and loved each other despite many challenges.

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The love story of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward has been reminisced upon and portrayed in this book. They were unquestionably a match made in heaven who found their way to one another.