Well, I suppose there are a lot of worse ways to go.
In an interview with People TV, Matthew McConaughey discussed his family life, his childhood, his parents relationship and more, but also, how his father passed away.
And in true McConaughey fashion, he went out with a bang… literally.
The interview contains an exclusive excerpt from his new memoir, Greenlights:
“I got a call from my Mom. ‘Your dad died.’ My knees buckled. I couldn’t believe it. He was my dad. Nobody or nothing could kill him. Except mom.
He’d always told me and my brothers, ‘Boys, when I go, I’m gonna be makin’ love to your mother.’ And that’s what happened.
He had a heart attack when he climaxed.”
A death worthy of the legendary McConaughey name.
If you haven’t got around to reading McConaughey’s memoir Greenlights yet, it’s a damn good one.
Peyote With A Mountain Lion & Building A 13-Story Tree House
Matthew McConaughey… Hollywood actor, certified badass, and inspirer of the masses.
A while back, he stopped by Jimmy Kimmel last night to promote his Greenlights memoir, but in typical Matthew McConaughey fashion, he brought a whole lot more with him.
The two discussed life at home during quarantine, some crazy stories from his book, and he wrapped it up with another signature pep talk.
“Matthew talks about quarantine with his whole family, his new memoir filled with crazy stories – “Greenlights,” doing peyote with a mountain lion, his dad questioning whether Matthew’s paternity, and building a 100 foot treehouse when he was a kid.
His adopted brother meeting his birth parents, growing up as Little Mr. Texas, and Jimmy asks him to give America the pep talk we so desperately need, and more.