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- July 13, 2009
- Vol. 72
- No. 2
Ana Ortiz, 38, of Ugly Betty, and her husband, musician Noah Lebenzon, 39, welcomed daughter Paloma Louise in New York City June 27.
Dancing with the Stars judge Len Goodman, 65, revealed June 29 that he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in March. "I've had the surgery now," he told the U.K.'s Mail on Sunday. "Everything's gorgeously good. I'll be back in September for sure."
Dane Cook's sister-in-law Erika McCauley, 37, was charged in Woburn, Mass., June 25 with helping her husband steal millions of dollars from the comedian, also 37. The wife of Cook's half-brother and former manager Darryl McCauley, 44, is due back in court July 24. Darryl pleaded not guilty in March to related charges and is in jail awaiting trial.
• Rapper Coolio, 45, pleaded guilty June 26 to cocaine possession, stemming from his March 6 arrest at LAX. The star of Oxygen's Coolio's Rules will spend 18 months in a drug rehab program. If he completes it successfully, he can ask for the case to be dismissed.
Former Tonight Show sidekick Ed McMahon, who died at 86 on June 23 following a battle with cancer, was memorialized at a Hollywood Hills church five days later. Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and Johnny Carson's ex-wife Joanna were among the more than 200 guests, along with singer Natalie Cole, who performed "Smile."
Actress Gale Storm, 87, who starred in the 1950s sitcoms My Little Margie and The Gale Storm Show, died of natural causes in Danville, Calif., June 27.
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