Waiting until dark to take their toning jog through Sag Harbor, N.Y., Law and Order star Chris Noth and his girlfriend, model Beverly Johnson, avoided the brutal sun if not the ovenlike overnights of the East Coast heat wave.
Indeed, love is a wonderful thing: Michael Bolton bussed Holly, 16, second of his three daughters, at a party for the opening of In the Line of Fire, at New York City’s Planet Hollywood restaurant.
Actress Stella Stevens and comedian Buddy Hackett helped old pal Milton Berle celebrate his 85th birthday at the Beverly Hilton. “Offstage, Milton’s the sweetest guy in the world,” says Hackett, who starred with Berle in 1963’s It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. “Onscreen, he walks on your lines!”
In Jerusalem for the city’s annual film festival, actor Robert De Niro met privately with recently elected Israeli President Ezer Weizman. A Bronx Tale, a gritty drama marking De Niro’s directorial debut, opens in October.
Working the opening of Harrods’ summer sale in London, Burt Reynolds shared some pillow talk with store chairman Mohamed Al Fayed. Asked about his recent separation from Loni Anderson, Burt retorted, “If it’s good enough for the royal family, it’s good enough for me.”