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- July 17, 2000
- Vol. 54
- No. 3
Film-production assistant Karis Jagger, 29, firstborn daughter of Mick Jagger, tied the knot with Jonathan Watson, 33, on July 1 in San Francisco. Among the guests were Mick, Karis's mother, actress and author Marsha Hunt, 53, and model Jerry Hail, 44, whose annulment from the Rolling Stone was finalized last August....
Singer Carnie Wilson, the 32-year-old daughter of Beach Boy Brian Wilson, married rock and roller Rob Bonfiglio, 32, on June 23 in L.A. Attending the ceremony were members of Carnie's now disbanded trio Wilson Phillips—her sister Wendy Wilson and actress Chynna Phillips....
Amy Hart Redford, 29, an actress (PEOPLE, May 22, 2000) and the younger of actor Robert Redford's two daughters, married Mark Mann, a photographer in his early 30s, on June 25 in Utah.
Horseman Lucien Laurin, who trained 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat, regarded by many as the greatest thoroughbred that ever raced, died on June 26 in Miami. He was 88....
Italian actor Vittorio Gassman, who starred in the 1974 Italian version of Scent of a Woman and was married to actress Shelley Winters (his second of four wives) from 1952 to 1954, died of a heart attack in Rome on June 29. He was 77....
Tip-top tapper Harold Nicholas, the younger member of the dancing Nicholas Brothers, who appeared in dozens of films, died of heart failure on July 3 in New York City. He was 79; his surviving brother, Fayard, is 85.
Political humorist Art Buchwald, 74, is in serious but stable condition after suffering a stroke on June 16 in Washington, D.C., and, at press time, remains in intensive care at a hospital there.
On June 27 in L.A., Gary Busey, 56, filed for divorce from his wife of nearly four years, actress Tiani Warden Busey, 32, citing irreconcilable differences.
Country music teen queen LeAnn Rimes has a strained right vocal cord and is under doctor's orders to rest her pipes for two to three months. The 17-year-old singer has canceled a 30-date concert tour that was to have begun July 13.
A spokesman for Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood, 53, has confirmed that Wood entered a London rehab late last month to undergo treatment for alcohol abuse.
At a concert in Zurich on June 30, rock star Tina Turner, 60, announced she will retire at the end of her current world tour later this year. "She wants to go out on top, while...at her best," said her rep.
Actor Jon Cryer (Pretty in Pink), 35, and his wife, actress Sarah Trigger (Grand Canyon), 32, welcomed their first child, Charlie Austin (7 lbs. 10 oz.), on June 27 in L.A.
On July 3, New York City Police Commissioner Howard Safir said nine policemen will face disciplinary action for allowing a mob of young men to menace scores of women in Central Park on June 11 (PEOPLE, July 3, 2000).
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