|US Release Date||11/30/1972|
Stars including Sir Michael Caine, Helena Bonham Carter, Colin Firth and Damian Lewis helped raise more than $2.2 million (£1.4 million) for U.K. charity Save The Children at a glitzy London benefit on Wednesday (12Mar13).
Actor Armand Assante has petitioned a judge to issue a restraining order against bank bosses to halt a planned foreclosure auction on his New York home.
A London judge has approved a compensation scheme for Jimmy Savile's abuse victims after the late British TV presenter was outed as a serial paedophile following his death in 2011.
Tragic actor Philip Seymour Hoffman left the bulk of his estate to his longtime partner Mimi O'donnell and requested that she bring up their eldest child in just one of three U.S. cities, including his native New York.
Actress Amber Heard refused to discuss her romance with Johnny Depp during a recent phone interview and abruptly ended the conversation after a reporter congratulated her on a rumoured engagement.
Prolific children's book illustrator Erik Blegvad has died aged 90.
Comedian Steve Coogan and the Irish woman who inspired his new movie Philomena met Pope Francis in Italy on Wednesday (05Feb14).
British sports icon David Beckham confirmed his role as the owner of a new U.S. soccer team on Wednesday (05Feb14) by launching his latest venture in Miami, Florida.
Boyzone singer Keith Duffy has been honoured in his native Ireland for his long-running work with autism charities.
Singer/actress Jennifer Hudson is to be handed the Favourite Humanitarian trophy at the upcoming People's Choice Awards in recognition of the foundation she launched in honour of her slain nephew.
|Marji Dodril||Actor||Mrs Miller||1||1000001|
|Donald Murray||Actor||Mr Miller||1||1000002|
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