updated 07/28/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 07/28/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Actress NiCole Robinson, 33, who plays administrative assistant Margaret on NBC's The West Wing, married lobbyist Craig Snyder, 42, on July 4 in Washington, D.C. This is the first marriage for Robinson, the second for Snyder.
Passions star Liza Huber, 28, the daughter of actress Susan Lucci, and Alex Hesterberg, 27, a software producer, became engaged last month in San Francisco. The couple will wed in New York City in the winter of 2004. It will be the first marriage for both....
Lisa Guerrero, 39, who has replaced Melissa Stark as ABC's Monday Night Football sideline reporter, and Baltimore Orioles pitcher Scott Erickson, 35, plan to marry. The couple have not yet set a date.
On July 8 in L.A., actor Robert Wagner, 73, sued Sony Pictures for half the profits from the two Charlie's Angels features. Wagner, who says he helped develop the popular ABC TV series (1976-81) that inspired the films, claims that he and his then-wife, Natalie Wood, who died in 1981, signed a 1974 deal with producer Aaron Spelling that gave them 50 percent of any earnings stemming from the show. A Sony rep refused to comment....
On July 7 in Daytona Beach, Fla., former stripper Janet Clover, 38, sued comic book impresario Stan Lee, 80, for unauthorized use of her likeness. Clover claims she came up with the idea for Stripperella, the new Spike TV animated series starring Pamela Anderson and created by Lee. Clover, who wants the cartoon canceled, claims Lee created the show's title character after she told Lee her life story while performing for him last year at a Tampa strip club. Lee could not be reached for comment.
Jack White, 28, singer and guitarist for the rock group the White Stripes, broke his left index finger on July 9 in Detroit when a car he was riding in was struck by another vehicle. The band canceled all their performances through Aug. 10, when doctors will reevaluate White's condition.
Charlie's Angel star Cameron Diaz, 30, filed a motion in an L.A. court to stop photographer John Rutter, 40, from publishing photos and videos taken during a private modeling session more than a decade ago. The photographer told New York's Daily News that he has a release signed by Diaz. The actress claims the contract is a forgery. Rutter could not be reached for further comment.
Tens of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry was stolen from the L.A. home of actress Lara Flynn Boyle, 33, on May 11. A police investigation is ongoing. Boyle's rep could not be reached for comment.
Grammy-winner Compay Segundo, 95, one of Cuba's oldest troubadours and the frontman for the musical group made famous in the 1999 movie Buena Vista Social Club, died of kidney failure on July 13 in Havana. The guitarist and singer traveled extensively and released several solo albums after the film's release.