Paul Newman wasn't just the famously blue-eyed Hollywood actor who turned in some of the great performances in modern cinema in films like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Color of Money, The Hustler and Cool Hand Luke. He was that rare contradiction: a humble celebrity, and also, in the rest of his life, a generous philanthropist. This biography provides insight into Newman's fierce dedication to acting, his famously enduring marriage and his heartbreak over the death of his son. Includes strong language. 2010.