Photographs tell the story in Paul Newman: A Life in Pictures, a celebratory look at the Hollywood iconoclast, race car driver, family man, philanthropist and salad dressing king. Co-authors Pierre-Henri Verlhac and Yann-Brice Dherbier created this hefty coffee table book with the approval of Newman, now 81. From his days at the Actors Studio, circa 1955, to the present, the book reflects a journey that, happily, continues to this day. Los Angeles-based writer Pat H. Broeske is the co-author of biographies of Howard Hughes and Elvis Presley.

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