Don’t do it alone – but certainly don’t get too tied down, says Shirley Mac Laine.
The Downton Abbey star, who has been famously candid about her love life – which has included a handful of affairs – says that the only way to ensure marital success is to take an open approach to monogamy.
He would make self-deprecating jokes about his face, but when he walked away it would most assuredly be done in the Mitchum stride and strut—the "don't mess with me, I'm a tough guy who rode the rails with the hobos" body language.
His voice, which he boomed as a throwaway over his shoulder, had a well-practiced lower register.
“I would say better to stay friends and we don’t have enough time to talk about the sexuality of all.
Shirley Mac Laine had an infamous open marriage with her husband, Steve Parker.
In her new book, I'm Over All That, she reveals the details of her relationships with other men, from Hollywood actors to political leaders.
"I'd rather have a good, funny, loyal dog than a man," she wrote in the book.
Mac Laine, who is the older sister of actor Warren Beatty, won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Terms of Endearment in 1983.