By Amy Bonawitz
June 27, 2005 12:00 PM


Actress Laura Leighton (Eyes), 36, and Desperate Housewives‘ Doug Savant, 41, had their second child, daughter Lucy, June 9 in Santa Monica. The Melrose Place alums, who tied the knot in 1998, have a son, Jack, 4. Savant also has two daughters from a previous marriage…. Actress Amy Brenneman (Judging Amy), 41, and her director husband, Brad Silberling (Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events), also 41, had a son, Bodhi Russell, June 8 in L.A. Big sister Charlotte is 4.


TV host Norma Vally (Discovery Home Channel’s Tool Belt Diva), 40, got engaged May 19 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, to her manager, Rick Medina, 38. They met while collaborating on the design of her tool-belt line for women. Their beachside wedding, planned for August, will be the first marriage for both.


Actor Kevin Dillon (Entourage), 39, recently got engaged to model-actress Jane Stuart, 27. The couple, who met through a mutual friend, began dating last year. “I had to fight a little bit because she wasn’t all that interested in me when I asked her out,” says Dillon, who is the younger brother of actor Matt Dillon. “But she saw things my way eventually.” The couple haven’t set a wedding date yet.


On June 8 in Oklahoma City, actor Macaulay Culkin, 24, pleaded guilty to possessing marijuana and medication without a prescription. Culkin was arrested last September, when police discovered marijuana and Xanax pills after pulling over a car in which he was a passenger. The actor received a one-year deferred sentence for each charge and was ordered to pay $940 in fees. A rep for Culkin had no comment.


AFTER spending about a month in rehab for alcohol abuse, Partridge Family alum Danny Bonaduce, 45, left a treatment facility May 31. The former child star returned to his radio cohosting gig at California’s Star 98.7 FM and his reality show Breaking Bonaduce.


Actor and political activist Corin Redgrave (Enigma), 65, the brother of actresses Vanessa and Lynn Redgrave, suffered a heart attack June 8 at a speaking engagement near London. “His recovery up to this point has been considerable,” said a spokesman. “His condition is now stable.”


Shoe designer Steve Madden, 48, who completed a sentence of more than two years on April 14 for securities fraud and money laundering (PEOPLE, July 10,2000), was recently released from a halfway house. He is restricted to home confinement but is working. A rep for the designer would not comment.


Actor Dana Elcar,77, best known for his role as boss Peter Thornton on the action series MacGyver, died June 6 in Ventura, Calif., of lung disease. During the run of the series, Elcar developed glaucoma, and producers wrote his sight loss into the show.