Star Tracks

updated 10/31/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 10/31/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

Glam queen (and Dallas alum) Barbara Carrera readied for her cameo at L.A.'s annual Thalians Ball benefiting Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Babs plays a countess in the forthcoming romantic comedy Oh No, Not Her!

Keanu Reeves went hog-wild before playing guitar with his punk-folk band, Dog Star, at the Troubadour club in West Hollywood. But L.A.P.D., take note: The Speed star kept it under 50 mph.

Tumbling dice: Tom Cruise joined high rollers Keith Richards and Ron Wood backstage before a Rolling Stones concert in Las Vegas. Cruise, who won a bundle playing blackjack, next stakes his reputation on Interview with the Vampire, gambling that fans will dig him in fangs.

90210's Ian Ziering squired his steady, artist Nancy Poznak, to L.A.'s Nancy Susan Reynolds awards, honoring TV's best portrayals of family planning and sexuality.

Kelsey Grammer took family values to heart and brought his mom, Sally, to the Catholics in Media awards. His hit comedy series Frasier was honored for celebrating family loyalty "in an age when self-sacrifice is a dirty word." Schindler's List received top film honors.

Christian Slater and Mary Stuart Master-son made a scene in Manhattan's Bryant Park filming the forthcoming romantic comedy Amelia and the King of Plants. Slater plays a florist who falls for Masterson, a high-powered investment broker.

Hollywood big shots Sylvester Stallone and Bill Murray teed off for upwardly (and downwardly) mobile club-hopping in England and Florida respectively. Stallone, who is in England filming the sci-fi thriller Judge Dredd, pumped iron at the swank Fox Hills Country Club in Surrey. The wince-some, lose-some Murray, meanwhile, went for par in slacker garb at the VH-1 pro-am at Disney World.

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