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Originally posted 10/20/2011 09:15AM
If you're in the mood for a little ranch living on 418 acres of Montana wilderness with spectacular views of Big Sky Country, Dennis Quaid would like to sell you something.
Quaid, 57, has put his sprawling Emigrant, Mont., property – half the size of New York's Central Park – on the market for $14 million. JamesList has posted a set of lavish photos of the place, which includes a 5,300-square-foot main residence, four guest houses, a ranch manager's home and horse facilities.
Located in the Paradise Valley of southwest Montana, near Yellowstone National Park, the ranch also offers fishing along two miles of Six Mile Creek and two ponds, as well as historic gold mines.
Originally posted 04/10/2011 09:50AM
While Dennis Quaid has been shedding light on his latest flick, Soul Surfer, his brother Randy Quaid has been in the news with wife Evi – under a dark cloud.
The troubled couple has been on the run from police since failing to appear in court several times for a felony vandalism arraignment stemming from an October 2010 incident.
Dennis, 56, who has remained relatively quiet on his brother's disappearance and criminal record, finally acknowledges that Randy, 60, is in his thoughts.
"I love my brother," Dennis told PEOPLE recently while promoting his film at L.A.'s Luxe Hotel. "That's all I can say. I love my brother and I miss my brother. That's all I'm going to say."
– Dahvi Shira
Originally posted 07/04/2010 11:35AM
Call it civic duty or patriotic pride, Hollywood is no stranger to showing support for the red, white and blue. Actors and filmmakers alike have produced films about protecting and defending our country against everything from terrorists to aliens to giant astroids. Whether based on real-life leaders or leaders created by a screenwriter's imagination, some of screen's heaviest hitters have taken their turn portraying the President of the United States. But who served the office best? Our faves are:
Originally posted 05/02/2009 11:45AM
Expanding their brood, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick announced this week they are welcoming twin girls via a surrogate.
By not revealing any details about why they chose a surrogate, Parker, 44, and Broderick, 47, have left many of their well-wishing fans with questions.
For example, what is a surrogate? They are women, often with children of their own, who offer to carry the babies of couples who experience infertility. The most common variety, known as a gestational carrier, carries an embryo provided by the couple, and has no genetic relationship to the child in question (the womb-for-rent scenario). Other surrogates use sperm provided by the couple, but their own eggs.
Originally posted 03/25/2009 10:05AM
They both walked the red carpet in the 1990s, so maybe Dennis Quaid and Julianne Moore will have an easier time acting as if they're at the Clinton White House.
The actors will portray Bill and Hillary Clinton in an HBO movie titled Special Relationship, Variety reports. The film, featuring Michael Sheen in yet another turn as former British prime minister Tony Blair – as he did in the 2006 movie The Queen – will focus on the political relationship between president and prime minister.
The film is to be directed by Peter Morgan, who also wrote The Queen. No start to filming or proposed airdate has been determined as yet.
– Michael Y. Park
Originally posted 03/05/2009 03:20PM
Sixteen months after Dennis Quaid and his wife Kimberly rushed their newborn twins to the hospital – and three months after the couple reached a settlement with the facility for the accidental overdose of their babies – the actor returns to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles to see what measures have been secured so the mistake does not repeat itself.
And, this time, he's accompanied by a crew from The Oprah Winfrey Show, for an episode to air March 10.
"I [felt] like when you go to hospitals, before this incident, that I [would] be taken care of and everything's gonna be fine," Quaid, 54, tells Winfrey. "People know what they're doing. And they do for the most part. But mistakes happen. Errors occur all the time."
Originally posted 02/10/2009 08:20AM
He may be engaged, but ladies looking to get their hands on Channing Tatum can now take the hard-bodied hunk home with them.
Tatum is one of five G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra stars to have a Hasbro action figure modeled in his likeness, alongside Sienna Miller and Dennis Quaid.
Joining a long list of celeb action figures before them, Tatum's "Duke," Miller's "The Baroness" and Quaid's "General Hawk" will be revealed at Toy Fair from February 15-18 in New York. But PEOPLE has your exclusive first look at the dolls.
Originally posted 12/15/2008 08:35PM
Dennis Quaid and his wife Kimberly have reached a settlement of $750,000 against Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for the accidental overdose of their newborn twins in 2007.
The agreement is pending the approval of a Los Angeles judge.
"The settlement is the result of extensive negotiations between the parties and their respective legal representatives, and is intended to avoid the time, expense and uncertainty of litigation," say papers filed in L.A. Superior Court on Monday.
An attorney for Quaid declined to comment.
Just two weeks after twins Thomas Boone and Zoe Grace were born in November 2007 via gestational carrier, they were accidentally given a massive overdose of the blood thinner Heparin, and spent days battling for their lives.
Originally posted 03/28/2008 07:45AM
The joys of being a new dad are especially sweet for Dennis Quaid, whose four-month-old twins survived a near-fatal drug overdose while hospitalized late last year.
"It's the greatest thing to hold those kids and see their faces because we had a happy ending," he told PEOPLE. "It's great be a normal dad with the normal problems of not having enough hands for both of them."
Originally posted 03/21/2008 10:00AM
Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has been fined $25,000 by the California Department of Public Health on Thursday in the matter of giving overdoses of a blood thinner to three infants, including the newborn twins of Dennis Quaid and his wife Kimberly.
In all, 11 hospitals were fined for violations that caused or were "likely to cause, serious injury or death to patients," the Associated Press reports.
Cedars spokesman Richard Elbaum said the facility cooperated with state authorities and intends to pay the fine. The hospital has since apologized to the patients' families and said it has taken steps to better train staff to staff.
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