"Communication and Good Sex!" Power Couple Sam Rockwell and Leslie Bibb Reveal The Secrets Behind Their Happy Relationship. See More Details

  • The Green Mile star Sam Rockwell and Leslie Bibb spilled secrets to their successful relationship at the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet on Sunday.
  • "Communication" and "good sex" stated the smitten couple as their fuel to spark romance all the time.
  • Leslie and Sam have been together since 2007 and are still going strong without any ups and downs in their relationship.
  • Rockwell recently won two SAG awards and a Golden Globes for his performance in the movie Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

Unlike many Hollywood relationships which fall apart in brief period of time, the legendary couple, Sam Rockwell and his girlfriend actress Leslie Bibb have always stood out to be an exceptional couple.

And this time, the pair shared their secrets to a happy relationship on their 10th red carpet appearance at the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards together.

Sam and his lady love Leslie attending the 2018 SAG awards together
 
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Giuliana Rancic, host of E! News asked the solid couple about their strong bond and how they have kept alive for so long. Rockwell, 49 stated,

"Communication!"

Along with Rockwell, Bibb exclaimed, Good Sex!

She also added,

"And a healthy sense of humor!"

Sam and Leslie have gone through every thick and thin together and when asked about getting married and having children together, both Sam and Leslie have confessed they're just not up for it. They love what they have till now and have no plans for marriage.

Sam and Leslie have been together for over ten years now
 
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Sam and Leslie first met while filming for Frost/Nixon (2008) and eventually started dating. They moved in together, even got a dog. The pair also made their appearance in Robert Downey Jr. starred movie Iron Man 2.

 

Sam won two Screen Actors Guild Awards, a Golden Globe as well as BAFTA Award nomination for his outstanding performance in the black comedy movie Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, even earning an Academy Award nomination.