Michele Greene, who plays Abby on L.A. Law, was among the 50 NBC stars who turned up for a “drive-in” party thrown by network big wheels on the roof of an L.A. hotel’s parking garage.
During the French Bicentennial, Ron Reagan, left, found out what was cooking at Paris’s famed Cordon Bleu culinary school for a segment he served up on ABC’s Good Morning America.
Family man Kiefer Sutherland arrived in London, where he’s filming Chicago Joe and the Showgirl, with his wife, actress Camilia Kath; their daughter, Sarah, 1; and Camilla’s daughter, Michelle, 12.
Twenty years after he cruised to fame and glory on a Captain America chopper in Easy Rider, Peter Fonda marked the movie’s anniversary with co-star Dennis Hopper at a Santa Fe film festival.
Bo tie: Mega-athlete Bo Jackson relaxed with wife Linda at New York City’s Hard Rock Cafe. Married to all-sports Bo since 1987, Linda is working on her doctorate in psychology at Auburn.
Jack Nicholson slipped into his gumshoe character, Jake Gittes, on the Los Angeles set of The Two Jakes, the much postponed sequel to his 1974 Chinatown. Jack is also directing the movie.
Zsa Zsa Gabor, who was arraigned in Beverly Hills for two driving violations and resisting arrest, led her own mini-rally with dahling daughter Francesca Hilton, left, plus nieces and nephews.
Pinup pro Andre Agassi made a vain attempt to rouse the crowd during the U.S. Pro Tennis Championships in Chestnut Hill, Mass. Unimpressed, opponent Andres Gomez won the match.