updated 11/14/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 11/14/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST
Even The Shadow's Alec Baldwin couldn't escape a buss from cheeky brother Billy at a Manhattan bash that raised $30,000 to stop water pollution. The stars also stumped for New York State comptroller Carl McCall and Gov. Mario Cuomo.
Burt Reynolds, who cut short a tour for his book, My Life, traded backhanded compliments with Barbara Bush, whose Memoir is No. 2, while they sat with his girlfriend, Pam Seals (left), at the Chris Evert proceleb tennis tourney in Boca Raton, Fla. Meanwhile, Chris took a break from the action with son Nicholas, 4 months (far left).
Safari, so good, at least for AH MacGraw, who cuddled a mountain lion cub (courtesy of Wild Kingdom's Jim Fowler) at a benefit in New York City for the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife. MacGraw, 56, recently released a video, Yoga Mind & Body, which means never having to say you're sore.
Former Dynasty dish Emma Samms cooked up a storm at Project Angel Food's new nonprofit kitchen in L.A., which will distribute 1,000 meals a day to homebound AIDS patients. Samms turns up the heat on Models Inc. as foxy Grayson Louder, the long-lost wife of Adam (played by James Wilder), starting Nov. 23.
Famous Georges for $100, Alex! Seinfeld's Jason Alexander matched wits with Lou Diamond Phillips and Marilu Henner on Celebrity Jeopardy!, donating his winnings to the Anti-Defamation League. Norman Schwarzkopf, Larry King and Markie Post also played the battle of the brains, airing Nov. 7-11.
Actor-director Kenneth Branagh greeted the Prince of Wales and Wolf man Jack Nicholson at the L.A. reception for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The prince, in town for five days, dined with Branagh and his actress wife, Emma Thompson, at the benefit for the UK/LA Foundation and local charities.