Paul Newman says Joanne Woodward made him a 'sexual creature'
In his forthcoming posthumous memoir, "Paul Newman: The Extraordinary Life of An Ordinary Man,"
Paul Newman openly discussed the hot sex life he lived with his wife of 50 years, Joanne Woodward.
The actor's family, friends, coworkers, and even he himself participated in on-the-record interviews under the condition that they be "totally honestimage
The renowned actor acknowledged his image as a sex symbol in the book, claiming that Woodward was solely to blame for it
In a passage received by People magazine, Newman said that "Joanne gave birth to a sexual thing."
We left a lustful trail everywhere we went. Along with hotels, there are Hertz Rent-A-Cars."
The book explores Newman's early concerns while he was a teenager in Shaker Heights, Ohioimage
where his diminutive stature prevented him from being accepted onto the high school football team without special permissionimage
Additionally, Newman talked openly about his lack of confidence and early dating disasters.
He stated, "I felt like a goodman freak. "I was viewed as a joke by girls. a cheerful idiot.