Hollywood photographer Sid Avery made a lifelong career out of catching the biggest stars in their most unguarded and private moments. His subjects included some of Tinseltown’s biggest names, from Marlon Brando to Audrey Hepburn. His portraits of movie legends are seen in his book, The Art of the Hollywood Snapshot. Scroll through to see more… From the 1940s until the 1960s, photographer Sid Avery captured Hollywood’s Golden Age greats. In his book, The Art of the Hollywood Snapshot, Avery offers moments like the one above of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward photographed at home in Beverly Hills in 1958. Newman had a decades-long career that included films like Cool Hand Luke, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and The Sting. He won an Oscar for his performance in the 1986 film The Color of Money. Newman and Woodward, a well-known and award-winning actress, were married for 50 years until his death at the age of 83 on September 26, 2008. Above, Marlon Brando photographed in his Beverly Glen home for the Saturday Evening Post article, ‘The Star Who Sneers at Hollywood,’ 6 June 1953. Brando had been acting for years when he gained attention for his turn as Stanley Kowalski… Read full this story
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