Spider-Man star Tobey Maguire, 33, and wife Jennifer, 32, a jewelry designer, had their second child, a son, in L.A. May 8. The couple also have daughter Ruby, 2.
• Grey’s Anatomy actress Chyler Leigh, 27, and her husband, actor Nathan West, 30, are parents for the third time after having daughter Anniston Kae in L.A. May 7. The couple also have son Noah, 5, and daughter Taelyn Leigh, 2.
• It’s a boy—make that two—for former Boston Legal actress Julie Bowen, 40, and her husband, real estate investor Scott Phillips, who welcomed twins Gus and John in L.A. May 8. The newborns join big brother Oliver, 2.
• Backstreet Boys singer Howie Dorough and wife Leigh, a real estate broker, both 35, became first-time parents with the arrival of son James Hoke in L.A. May 6. The baby’s middle name is a tribute to Dorough’s father, Hoke, who died in June.
Emmy-winner Bebe Neuwirth, 50, tied the knot with vintner Chris Calkins, 60, in Manhattan May 3. The former Cheers actress split from theater director Paul Dorman in 1991 after seven years of marriage.
Recently jailed American-born journalist Roxana Saberi, 32, was freed May 11 after being incarcerated in Iran for four months on charges that included spying for the U.S. An appeals court reduced the term from eight years, which the reporter (of Iranian parentage) received when convicted April 18, to a two-year suspended sentence. For the past six years, the former Miss North Dakota has been based in Iran and has worked for ABC News, NPR and the BBC.
DEATHS: SPORTS LEGENDS
Dom DiMaggio, 92, a Boston Red Sox center fielder in the 1940s and ’50s and younger brother of the late Yankees Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio, died after a bout with pneumonia May 8 while watching his former team play the Tampa Bay Rays on TV. The seven-time All Star was nicknamed Little Professor because of his slight frame, eyeglasses and exceptional smarts on the field.
• Former Detroit Pistons coach Chuck Daly, 78, who led the original U.S.A. men’s basketball Dream Team to Olympic gold in 1992, died of pancreatic cancer in Jupiter, Fla., May 9.
• Salamo Arouch, 86, a Greek-born Jewish boxer who survived the Auschwitz death camp during World War II by defeating fellow prisoners in hundreds of fights staged and bet on by Nazi officers, died at a geriatric hospital near Tel Aviv April 26. He never fully recovered after suffering a stroke 15 years ago.
A lawyer for Kiefer Sutherland, 42, claimed May 11 that the 24 star was not to blame in the alleged head-butting of fashion designer Jack McCollough (inset), 30, at a Manhattan bar around 2 a.m. seven days earlier. McCollough accused him of breaking his nose in a “vicious, violent, unprovoked assault.” Sutherland’s lawyer said he is confident the police investigation will confirm that his client was “neither the instigator nor a wrongdoer.” The actor is due to appear in a New York City court June 22. Authorities in L.A. have not yet decided whether he violated his probation for a DUI conviction.