Joanne Woodward: 'Three Faces Of Eve' And Mrs. Paul Newman, Then And Now

By Kellar Ellsworth
Joanne Woodward wearing an outfit by Travilla with a straw hat by Yorn, circa 1965. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Joanne Woodward, winner of an Oscar for The Three Faces Of Eve (1957), has nearly 80 movie and TV credits to her name, and by any account has had a stellar career pursuing her true love -- acting. She wanted to be a movie star from a young age, and made that dream a reality with acclaimed performances in not only Eve, but The Long, Hot Summer (1958), The Sound And The Fury (1959), and From The Terrace (1960), all released by the time she'd turned 30. She is, of course, famous for another love of her life: Paul Newman, her husband of 50 years and a frequent co-star.