Latin singer and actor Marc Anthony, 32, and his wife, Dayanara, 26, Miss Universe in 1993, welcomed their first child, son Cristian Anthony Muniz (7 lbs. 1 oz.), on Feb. 5 in New York City….

Actor Lorenzo Lamas (Falcon Crest), 43, and wife Shauna, 19, an actress turned stay-at-home mom, welcomed a third daughter to their household on Feb. 2, when Isabella Lorenza Lamas (6 lbs. 1 oz.) was born in L.A. She joins sisters Alexandra, 3, and Victoria, almost 2. Dad has three other children.


French leading man Jean-Pierre Aumont, who played the magician in 1953’s Lili and co-starred with Diana Ross in 1975’s Mahogany, died on Jan. 30 in Saint-Tropez. He was 90….

Vocal coach Judy Davis, 81, who counted Judy Garland, Janis Joplin and the Mamas and the Papas among her clientele, died on Jan. 26 in Oakland. “I’m just a vocal plumber,” she once said. “I fix pipes.” Says Barbra Streisand, a friend: “What was so wonderful about Judy [Davis] was that she wasn’t trying to drum up business but simply reassured me that I was doing everything naturally correct.”…

Vacation visionary Gilbert Trigano, whose Club Med resorts have made affordable sun-drenched getaways a hit since the 1950s, died on Feb. 3 in Paris at 80….

On Feb. 2 pool player Eddie Parker, 69, better known as Fast Eddie, the inspiration for the movie The Hustler with Paul Newman in the title role, fell ill at a pool tournament and died of an apparent heart attack in Brownsville, Texas.


Swarmed by autograph hounds on Jan. 31 as he left the 18th green at Pebble Beach Golf Links near San Jose, Calif., Tiger Woods, 25, stepped on a fan’s foot and sprained a ligament in his left knee, causing a temporary limp.

Back Home

On Jan. 31 the Rev. Billy Graham left an Asheville, N.C., hospital following a 21-day stay for complications related to a fluid buildup on his brain. The illness prevented the 82-year-old clergyman, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease, from delivering the invocation at President Bush’s Inauguration, an honor performed by Graham’s son Franklin.


Actor Jeffrey Tambor, 56, who played the mayor in Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and his longtime girlfriend, Kasia Ostlun, 32, an actress, are planning to tie the knot in the fall.


On Jan. 25 in Las Vegas security guards detained actor Wesley Snipes, 38, at the Mandalay Bay hotel’s casino after he reportedly “became belligerent…and was harassing hotel guests,” according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The trouble started when hotel staff interrupted the actor about a room change while he was playing blackjack. A spokesman for Snipes did not return calls.


Survivor contestant Stacey Stillman, 28, filed suit in a San Francisco court Feb. 5 against series producer Mark Burnett, 40, accusing him of persuading two other players to vote her off the island last year instead of Rudy Boesch, 73, lest the show be accused of age bias. In a statement, CBS called the lawsuit “frivolous.”

In Court

On Feb. 6 a Manhattan family court official approved a support agreement for Lucas Maurice Morad Jagger, the 1-year-old son of Mick Jagger, 57, and Luciana Morad, 30, a Brazilian model. Terms of the arrangement were not released, but statements in court suggest that the Rolling Stone will provide handsomely for the boy.

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