Few men have made a mark on American pop culture like Paul Newman. Not only was he one of the greatest movie stars of the last century, but he was a father, husband, director, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and even a racecar driver.
Now, in the pages of this memoir, written by Newman himself in tandem with his close friend and screenwriter Stewart Stern, you get a true look at the “ordinary” man who did “extraordinary” things and left a lasting impact that persists decades after his death. The addition of stories from fellow actors (including Tom Cruise and John Huston), childhood friends, Navy comrades, film collaborators, and family friends only brings the man to life in more riveting detail.
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