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People Top 5
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- May 26, 2003
- Vol. 59
- No. 20
E! host Jules Asner, 35, and Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh (Ocean's Eleven), 40, wed on May 10 at Soderbergh's Manhattan apartment. It's the second marriage for both....
Enterprise star Jolene Blalock, 28, and Mike Rapino were married last month in Negril, Jamaica. The couple were vacationing when Blalock surprised her boyfriend and proposed to him. The two were wed several days later. It's the first marriage for both.
Titanic director James Cameron, 48, and his wife, actress Suzy Amis, 41, are expecting their second child together in September. Their daughter Carol is 2....
Monday Night Football sideline reporter Melissa Stark, 29, and her husband, businessman Mike Lilley, 41, are expecting their first child in September. The couple wed in 2001. Stark will miss the 2003 NFL season and may not return to the program....
Third Watch star Molly Price, 36, and her husband, Derek Kelly, 40, a New York City firefighter, are expecting their first child this fall. The couple were married in October 2001.
Grammy-winning country singer June Carter Cash, 73, the duet partner and wife of Johnny Cash, 71, remains in critical condition in a Nashville hospital with complications from heart surgery to replace a valve on May 7.
The Who guitarist Pete Townshend, 57, was cleared of possessing child pornography on May 7 in London, four months after police arrested him for accessing a child-porn Web site (PEOPLE, Jan. 27, 2003). However Townshend, who maintains that he entered the site for research purposes, was formally cautioned by police and will be placed on a national register of sex offenders for five years.
Dreamcatcher star Tom Sizemore,41, was arrested on May 8 in L.A. for allegedly threatening his ex-fiancée, former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss, 37. Police say that Sizemore threatened to knock out Fleiss's teeth and kill her to keep her from testifying in his domestic violence case, which goes to trial next month. Last November Sizemore was arrested for assaulting his ex-girlfriend Brooke Ford; the actor pleaded not guilty. Said a rep for Sizemore about his client's latest arrest: "He will be vindicated in court."
Actor Roger Moore, 75, the star of seven James Bond movies, was released from a New York City hospital on May 9 after being fitted for a pacemaker. The star had collapsed two days earlier during a cameo performance in the Broadway comedy The Play What I Wrote. "He's feeling absolutely fine," said a rep for the actor.
Noel Redding, 57, bassist for the Jimi Hendrix Experience, died of unknown causes on May 11 at his home in Clonakilty, Ireland. After Hendrix's death Redding formed several other bands, including Fat Mattress, and wrote a 1990 autobiography, Are You Experienced?
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