Paul Newman in 'Cool Hand Luke'

Been a little more than two years since Paul Newman died at the age of 83, but its absence is still very looks. Career – and life in general – could be a template for the success of the mega preserving dignity and integrity. Not many other film industry figures have the kind of reputation built over a lifetime; as a truthful, free of ego; actor a massive, if unwilling, symbol of sex; and a philanthropic giant and social activist. (As he once joked: “you can not only be a citizen because it has a card of the Screen Actors Guild.”)

Estimable film career Newman was reinforced by his long-term marriage with estimated also actress Joanne Woodward; Newman entire product line of products, among other philanthropic; efforts own charity and serious status as an autopilot. Seemed almost too good to be true, but actually was one of the most living men.

Paul NewmanNewman appeared in over 50 films in nearly 50 years (apart from working Theatre, television and documentaries), passing of slick Hollywood from the 1950s through later times with ease. So many of his roles and movies are memorable is difficult to choose highlights. We all have our own favorite Paul Newman, that comes to mind instantly when its name is mentioned.

For some it is an incarnation of principle as its physical incarnation and emotionally intense Rocky Graziano in 1956 of the ‘ Somebody Up There likes me,’ (cast originally replacing James Dean). He brought similar heat and a load of sex appeal – to ‘The Long, hot summers,’ playing a fraudster who insinuates itself to a well-to-do family of Mississippi (which included future wife Woodward). Received his first Oscar for best actor for his brick – Maggie Liz Taylor – nomination in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” in 1959.

Many consider portrait self-destructive group Newman player Eddie Felson in ‘The Hustler’ (1961) your best time and is generally believed that it was stolen from best Actor Oscar this year the (losing to Maximilian Schell for ‘ Judgment at Nuremberg’). Newman would wait 25 years and five nominations for award to play the same character in the sequel, Martin Scorsese’s The Color Of Money.

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Some of the best characters of Newman were decidedly unsympathetic. Recreated his Broadway role in film ‘Sweet bird of youth Tennessee Williams’ 1962 playing an arrogant gigolo to vanished from Geraldine Page movie star. The following year was crude, drinking hard disk at the ‘Hud,’ Western a tour de force of reckless selfishness earned him yet another nomination for an Oscar for best actor title character. Although known minor, at the same time as the detective hip, wise cracking title in 1966 ‘Harper’ is as solid as anything Newman made that decade (he would reprise the role in 1975 ‘The Drowning Pool’).

One of their most iconic incarnations was the character of tough title in ‘Cool Hand Luke 1967,’ a rebellious prisoner – and totally badass – in the South that confirmed Newman’s affinity for antiheros string band. The following year, showed a completely different look as director of the sensitive ‘Rachel of Rachel’, romantic drama starring Woodward. (He would go on to helm Ken Kesey ‘Times a great idea,’ ‘Effect of gamma rays on man on the Moon daisies’ and ‘Harry & son,’ a diverse slate films.)

Paul Newmman in 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'At the peak of its popularity, co-starred with Robert Redford in 1969 becoming of ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’ – a Westerner to very nice perfected buddy film genre – half action of possibly the most charismatic (and attractiveness!) screen duo of our time. In 1973, the two teamed up for ‘ the coup, “a similar buddy crime if slicker Capparis spinosa that nabbed the Academy Award for best picture.”

Continued to dominate the early 1970s as part of the all-star cast of über-disaster flick ‘The Towering Inferno,’ one of the best of a thriving genre. In 1977 together with ‘Parker’ ‘Sting’ director George Roy Hill for another film American genre, rough sports definition ‘Slap Shot,’ playing a highly acclaimed player / coach of a small city hockey team.

Newman continued playing solid leads through the 1980s, with another role to promote career lawyer past Frank Galvin, the Sidney Lumet courtroom drama “The Verdict.” A few years later, ‘The Color of money’ featured some wonderful Newman, moments though wasn’t no match for his excellent predecessor. James Ivory family drama “The Mr. y la Mrs. Bridge” (1990) was mainly useful for dynamics between characters tyrannical gruffly Newman and desperately cheerful Woodward.

The actor turned into two very different – and memorable – performances in the 1990s: corporate bigwig bad Mussburger j. of Sydney in the ‘giant leap’ Coen and the cantankerous cerca-jubilado Donald ‘Sully’ Sullivan in the drama “from anyone Fool.” His last appearance on the big screen was an auspicious; in the 2002 Sam Mendes crime drama ‘Road to perdition’, the age of 77 Newman imbued with crime boss John Rooney tenacity and depth; It is a limit on connection to his stellar body of work.

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It would be appearing in ‘Our Town’ and ‘Empire Falls’ television films and ended his career in 2006 for lending her voice to animated comedy ‘Cars’, very appropriate given their history of racing.

Once said, “I would like to be remembered as a man who tried to – tried to be a part of his time, tried to help people communicate among themselves, tried to find some decency in his own life, tried to extend himself as a human being.” “Someone who is not complacent, who cannot police.” It is evident that fulfilled its mission, on screen and disable.