Their average age is 76. Now they're spilling the beans. And not from their plastic soup-bowls, either.
Seven veteran actors are publishing their autobiographies over the next few months.
Hot on the heels of Sean Connery’s Being a Scot comes Roger Moore’s My Word is my Bond. Amongst his recollections include violent spats with Grace Jones on the set of View to a Kill.
Robert Wagner is also set to launch forth before Christmas. He recalls his romance with actress Barbara Stanwyck and writes that dating Elizabeth Taylor 'was like sticking an eggbeater in your brain'.
Tony Curtis preferred the more chemical form of eggbeater. He discusses how he turned to cocaine as a sex-enhancement aid in the 1980’s.
Youngest of the crew is George Hamilton, 69, who, in Don't Mind If I Do, tells how he witnessed a suicide attempt by Judy Garland