Working mom Melanie Griffith took time out to share a squeeze with daughter Dakota (dad is Griffith's ex-husband, Don Johnson), 7, at Planet Hollywood in Disneyland Paris. Griffith recently wrapped the suspense thriller Reasonable Doubt, due next year.
They might have been splitting hairs, but former Cheers costars Woody Harrelson (left) and Ted Danson couldn't resist comparing male balding patterns—with Danson's wife Mary Steenburgen (rear) in their reflected glow—at the American Ocean Campaign Partners Awards in L.A.
German tennis ace Boris Becker, with wife Barbara, served up the best high chair in the house for their son Noah, 3, at a Miami Heat basket-ball game in Florida. Becker, who has a vacation home in the Miami area, played only two tournaments this year due to a wrist injury he had suffered last summer at Wimbledon. But the erstwhile German wunderkind, whose ranking has fallen to No. 11, returned to the pro tour last week, where he competed at the Japan Open in Tokyo.
Proving that he has equal flair with under-and outerwear, Calvin Klein skivvies spokesmodel (and former General Hospital heartthrob) Antonio Sabáto Jr. gartered son-of-the-bride honors, giving away his mother, Yvonne, at her wedding to businessman George Kabouchy in Los Angeles. Sabáto recently wrapped the forthcoming action movie High Voltage.
Fresh from their recent nuptials, Lisa Rinna (left) and Harry Hamlin, married March 29, coupled up with Rinna's Melrose Place bedfellow Jack Wagner (right) and his wife, Kristina, at the Melrose season-ending wrap party in L.A.
Always fast on his feet, comedian Jerry Seinfeld (left) revved up pro racer Al Unser Jr.'s mental engine before the Toyota Long Beach Grand Prix in Long Beach, Calif. Unser, a six-time winner of the annual event, went on to finish fourth this year.
A wigged-out Fran Drescher got more than a peace of the action at this year's VH1 Honors in L.A. Drescher, who hosted the awards, was accompanied by husband Peter Marc Jacobson, her frequent companion despite the couple's separation last fall.
Some of Hollywood's biggest kids turned out for the Pediatric AIDS Foundation Kids4Kids Celebrity Street Fair and Carnival in Manhattan. Among the celebs who amused themselves while raising more than $1.6 million for charity were Michael Douglas, who wrapped ABC newswoman Barbara Walters (right) in an embrace from which escape seemed unlikely; perennial hot ticket Debra Winger (below), who is observing the world through rose-colored glasses and expecting a baby in June with her actor-husband Arliss Howard; and ex-tennis bad boy John McEnroe (below, right), who seemed to be enjoying his hammer time, perhaps while contemplating his longtime love affair with the press.