1/03/2010

Book: Warren Beatty "Slept" with Nearly 13,000 Women!



By Stephen M. Silverman

Warren Beatty's legendary gold crown for womanizing is about to get some added polish, with this week's publication of his authorized biography, Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America.

"Using simple arithmetic," author Peter Biskind calculates, according to New York Post, Betty bedded "12,775 women, give or take, a figure that does not include daytime quickies, drive-bys, casual gropings, stolen kisses and so on."

Among Beatty's conquests, Biskind writes, the Bonnie and Clyde, Heaven Can Wait and Reds star-producer can claim Jane Fonda (who at first thought her costar was gay), Joan Collins (whom he exhausted), Leslie Caron, Isabelle Adjani, Julie Christie, Diane Keaton, Madonna and, of course, the woman the now-72-year-old Beatty married in 1992, Annette Bening.

For a time, it appeared Beatty might even have done an on-camera love scene with his older sister, Shirley MacLaine, who was up for the lead opposite her brother in 1967's breakthrough Bonnie and Clyde.

Only that was not to be. Bonnie Parker was played by Faye Dunaway, whose career was then launched. But as MacLaine said in an oft-quoted line, "I'd love to do a kissing scene with him, to see what all the fuss is about."

She also said, "I keep my daughter as far away from Warren as possible!"

5 comments:

Lizzy and Elle said...

Who sits and calculates this stuff...that is awesome..I bet I have done some really weird stuff in my life it was calculated or estimated. yikes never mind...

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The Snarky View said...

Warren does hahahahahahahaha

Me-Me King said...

Good lord...I'd love to see the notches on his bedpost.

krg said...

I forgot that he was Shirley Maclaines (did I spell that right?)brother. That's kinda creepy of her to have said she wouldn't kissing her brother to see what the fuss is.

Do that many women think he's packin' a golden rod in his pants or something?

Guess who this is. Tee hee.

The Snarky View said...

Me thinks it may be the snarkie keyboard player in Dexter.....