Posted on November 4, 2021 at 7:53 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Actor Paul Newman began writing his memoir back in the 1980s.
He died in 2008 without publishing (or titling) it.
But now, after it was rediscovered in his widow’s house, Newman’s memoir is set to be released to the public.
The Associated Press reports that the still-untitled book is set to come out in fall 2022.
Publisher Alfred A. Knopf promises a comprehensive view of Newman, from both his own perspective and that of his friends, that will share his thoughts on “acting, directing, boyhood, family, fame, Hollywood, Broadway, love, his first marriage, his 50-year marriage to Joanne Woodward, drinking, politics, racing, his ultimate ride to stardom, and aging gracefully.”
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