Star Tracks

updated 07/07/1986 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 07/07/1986 AT 01:00 AM EDT

A beefy, pin-striped and ponytailed Marlon Brando, 62, was spotted in London recently, saying not a word about any movie offers he couldn't refuse. But then most people were too afraid to ask.

Singer-songwriter Annie Lebeaux found a sudden fan in a piano man she'd long admired: Billy Joel, who caught her act at a New York eatery and joined her at the piano after shushing a chatty crowd.

Twin sisters Abigail Van Buren (left) and Ann Landers, 68, turned up in Sioux City, Iowa last week for their 50th high school reunion, where former classmates received twice as much advice as usual.

Parting was chic sorrow when Alana Stewart, two years split from Rod, delivered Sean, 5, and Kimberly, 6, to their dad for a London visit. (Ashley Hamilton, 11, George and Alana's son, joined them.)

Julianne Phillips, with Whitney Houston at a New York AIDS fund raiser, might ask her pal for tips on handling sudden fame. Julianne (a/k/a Mrs. Springsteen) has just won a role in the upcoming film Sweet Life.

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