Did Paul Newman Cheat On Joanne Woodward: Were They Separated?

It is impossible to deny that Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward were a power couple after seeing "The Last Movie Stars," a documentary series on HBO Max

They had three children of their own while also helping to raise three more children from his previous marriage, and they collaborated on the production of sixteen films.

According to their daughter Clea, everybody loves to pretend that the couple had a wonderful existence, but the reality is that they did have their fair share of difficult times, and to deny them that would be the same as denying them all of their efforts.

According to the first documentary series, Paul, who was an aspiring actor at the time, met Joanne for the first time when they were both performing in the 1953 Broadway production of William Inge's "Picnic."

Paul ultimately ended up divorcing his first wife to marry Joanne at the beginning of 1958, and shortly thereafter, they were referred to as the golden couple.

On the other hand, there are also accounts that lend credence to these accusations by asserting that Paul had an affair with a divorced Hollywood writer named Nancy Bacon

To put it another way, despite the fact that the pair did not always have a positive outlook on life, no matter how hard they tried, the one thing that remained consistent was their commitment to stick together and offer sound support. This is the reason why their love survived till the very end.