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Originally posted 01/07/2010 03:50PM
Two weeks after announcing her split from longtime partner Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon is not slowing down: In fact, the 63-year-old single star has been spotted out at several New York City nightspots.
One of Sarandon's favorite hotspots is SPiN, the ping-pong club where she's an investor. On Tuesday night, she strolled into the place just before 8:00 p.m., wearing a slouchy black newsboy cap and sneakers to chat with one of her partners at the lounge, Jonathan Bricklin, and a few friends. Rumors have swirled of a romance between Sarandon and 32-year-old Bricklin, but reps for both have denied it. Still, Sarandon seems to be enjoying the single life.
Here's how she's surviving the break-up!
Hanging out with Younger Guys
Sarandon spends a lot of evenings hanging out at her club SPiN with the young crowd that frequents the place – including Bricklin. On Tuesday, she popped in for just 20 minutes before she was out the door – perhaps to check out another late night hotspot.
Originally posted 12/23/2009 02:50PM
One of Hollywood's most enduring relationships has ended – Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins have broken up after more than two decades together, PEOPLE has learned exclusively.
"Actress Susan Sarandon and her partner of 23 years, actor Tim Robbins have announced that they separated over the summer," her rep Teal Cannaday tells PEOPLE in a statement. "No further comments will be made."
Originally posted 04/30/2008 11:20AM
Susan Sarandon looked as lovely as ever while strutting the red carpet in a clingy Donna Karan dress at the London premiere of Speed Racer.
So what's the 61-year-old's secret to eternal youth?
"I think it's mostly my kids who keep me young," she told PEOPLE, adding that she also does regular cardio and weight training. (Sarandon has one daughter, Eva – by director Franco Amurri – and two sons, Jack and Miles, with her longtime partner Tim Robbins.)
Originally posted 01/16/2008 04:00PM
Susan Sarandon is speaking out following the death of 25-year-old actor Brad Renfro, with whom she starred in 1994's big-screen adaptation of John Grisham's The Client.
"I had the pleasure of working with Brad when he was eleven in THE CLIENT. It was obvious to everyone that he was the sweetest, most incredibly gifted young actor to come along for some time. My heart goes out to the family for their tragic loss."
Originally posted 01/19/2005 06:00AM
Ethan Hawke certainly has proved his versatility, going from playing the terrorized partner of Denzel Washington's rogue cop in 2001's Training Day to revisiting the sensitive, earnest young man he played in 1995's Before Sunrise in last year's Before Sunset. So, what's his secret? Life experience. "Well, if you're in the arts, as corny as it sounds, your life is the stuff from which you work with," said Hawke, who is back in a police uniform for his new movie, Assault on Precinct 13. "That's why it's important to read a lot. I mean, it's important to learn a lot. It's important to live a lot. My children affect me. Friends of mine say that, like, after Training Day, there was some kind of change in my work, and I chalk a lot of that up to simply development. It was my daughter and turning 30. All of these things affect you."
Originally posted 05/06/2003 01:00PM
There was a "Rocky Horror Picture Show" and "Thelma and Louise" reunion in New York Monday night -- and, yes, even a "Bull Durham" tribute -- as the Film Society of Lincoln Center saluted Susan Sarandon at its annual spring gala.
Originally posted 04/21/2003 12:00PM
Baseball Hall of Fame president Dale Petroskey apparently has three strikes against him -- from some 28,000 people who voiced their outraged over his cancellation of a 15th-anniversay tribute to the popular baseball movie "Bull Durham."
Originally posted 10/28/2002 01:10PM
Susan Sarandon, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, singer Patti Smith, the Rev. Al Sharpton and Ben Cohen of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream were among an estimated 100,000 people who marched in Washington, D.C., on Saturday in a peaceful protest against military strikes in Iraq, PEOPLE reports.
Originally posted 12/11/2001 01:00PM
Not all the big names in Hollywood are entertaining the troops at military bases. Some are seeking to revive the anti-war movement at home.
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