It seemed like old times in New York City, where Bill Murray suited up to play a 1930s vaudevillian in Cradle Will Rock, a drama directed by Tim Robbins.
Now that he's excused from Jerry duty on weekly TV, Jerry Seinfeld had time to give out some autographed baseballs at a Mets-Dodgers game in New York City. His final Broadway stand-up gig airs live over HBO on Aug. 9.
Robert De Niro's actress-daughter Drena, 30, had a haltering experience while shooting her role in the upcoming film Storie Italiane (Italian Stories) in Rome. Drena's mother is De Niro's ex-wife, actress Diahnne Abbott.
Broadway's former Beauty and the Beast star, Deborah Gibson, got swept away by the NYPD while taping an upcoming TV special, Love Letter to New York. "I prefer a man in costume," she jokes. "But a uniform runs a close second."
The thigh's the limit for British actress Julia Ormond, who did a little extra leg work by displaying the trophy at a London charity cricket match that raised $48,000 for the U.K.'s Macmillan Cancer Relief.
President Clinton and wife Hillary saluted Saving Private Ryan director Steven Spielberg, his wife, Kate Capshaw, and two of their seven kids after staying at Spielberg's East Hampton, N.Y., home for a Democratic fund-raising weekend.
Is there a doctor in the house? Well, not exactly, but Eddie Murphy, star of the hit remake Dr. Dolittle, scrubbed up quite nicely, thank you very much, for a meal at Spago's restaurant in Los Angeles with his wife of five years, Nicole.