Frank Langella has opened up about his sexual conquests in his new memoir, revealing he bedded Elizabeth Taylor and Rita Hayworth.
The actor comes clean about his penchant for actresses in "Dropped Names: Famous Men and Women as I Knew Them," which details his love affairs with some of Hollywood's most famous stars.
In an excerpt, obtained by the New York Post, he confesses to having a seven-week fling with Hayworth during the making of 1972 film "The Wrath of God" and also recalls a slew of dates with tragic movie icon and then-69-year-old Taylor.
He writes, "She was fragile, tender and extremely vulnerable. No man could possibly stay afloat in it. I knew that when I leaned in to kiss her, but still I kissed her."
Langella also tells about a handful of saucy chats he shared with the legendary Bette Davis, admitting the pair had a "number of racy phone conversations, not quite phone sex but certainly rife with foreplay."