Access Hollywood coanchor Billy Bush, 33, and his wife, Sydney, 32, welcomed their third daughter, Lillie, Oct. 17 in L.A. She joins sisters Josephine, 6, and Mary, 3.
Actor Mark Ruffalo (13 Going on 30), 32, and his wife; actress Sunrise Coigney, 36, are expecting their second child. Their son Keen is 3.
Jonathan Davis, 33, lead singer for the rap-metal band Korn, wed model Deven Davis, 25, Oct. 10 in Kona, Hawaii. The newlyweds are expecting a baby in March. It’s the second marriage for the singer, who has a 9-year-old son.
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Richard Dreyfuss withdrew from his leading role in the London production of The Producers Oct. 19, just days before previews of the musical were slated to start. The 57-year-old actor has been suffering from a recurring shoulder injury since surgery for a herniated disc earlier this year. Dreyfuss will be replaced by Nathan Lane, 48, who in 2001 originated the role of Max Bialystock in the Broadway hit.
Singer Marc Almond, 48, frontman for the ’80s pop group Soft Cell, suffered severe injuries Oct. 17 when the motorcycle he was a passenger on crashed into a car in London. At press time, Almond was in stable condition at a local hospital after undergoing surgery.
Oct. 13 in L.A., R&B singer Ronald Isley, 63, was indicted on five counts of tax evasion stemming from 1997 to 2002. The IRS claims that Isley, the frontman for the Grammy-winning Isley Brothers, deposited his late brother’s royalty checks for his own use. A rep for Isley refused to comment.
Former child star Macaulay Culkin, 24, pleaded not guilty to possession of marijuana and Xanax without a prescription Oct. 13 in Oklahoma City. Culkin was arrested in September after the car in which he was a passenger was pulled over for speeding (People, Oct. 4, 2004). A rep for Culkin would not comment…. Zack Sinclair, 34, was arrested Oct. 11 in L.A. for allegedly violating a September court order to stay away from actor Mel Gibson, 48, and his family (People, Oct. 18, 2004). Police wouldn’t divulge what led to the arrest, but said the drifter was charged with felony stalking and is being held on $500,000 bail. Sinclair had previously gone to Gibson’s home and written the star numerous letters.
Journalist Pierre Salinger, 79, the press secretary for Presidents Kennedy and Johnson from 1961 to ’64, died of heart failure Oct. 16 in France. Salinger was later the chief foreign correspondent for ABC News.