Ageing movie legend Paul Newman has hinted he may not retire from acting
after all, because his busy life keeps him happy.
The 80-year-old silver screen idol-turned-racing driver-turned-salad
dressing entrepreneur last month (MAR05) announced his plans to quit after one
final leading role - thought to be a collaboration with BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE
co-star Robert Redford in an adaptation of BILL BRYSON novel A WALK IN THE
Speaking of both his acting and racing driving careers, he said at the
time, "I think both are winding down. I'll probably race for another year,"
adding he'd take on one final project "for good luck".
But Newman admits he has been trying to retire for years, and always
He tells gossip site THE SCOOP, "I keep trying to retire from everything,
and I discover I've retired from absolutely nothing.
"My health is good, my knees are good, and I've got a good lady. So I have
nothing to complain about. At my age, I ought to be able to complain about