Dylan McDermott and his 16-year-old daughter Colette were spotted taking a stroll in New York City on Saturday (July 28). The teen looked amused seeing the photographers. The pair must have gone shopping as Colette was carrying a shopping bag from Bloomingdale’s.
His 6-year-old daughter Charlotte wasn’t with them.
The 50-year-old actor has solved the mystery involving his mother’s violent death when he was 5. He had reopened the case last year in search of answers. His mother had died of a gunshot wound to the head. However the police had covered up by saying it was accidental. At the time she was dating gangster Tony Sponza.
His sister Robin Herrera said she is relieved that the truth has been discovered.
“I’m happy to know my mother wasn’t mentally ill or depressed,” she said. “Somebody took her from us; she didn’t leave us.”
Am I the only one who started really wishing I had an older brother while watching last night’s True Blood? Jason (Ryan Kwanten) gave Sookie (Anna Paquin) exactly the talk she’s been needing: “You are who you are because you have Mama and Daddy inside you.” (And this after she accidentally zapped him, but of course he cheerfully informed her, “I’m all right; you got me in the head!”) Last week, too, he gave his li’l sis a gentle speech about how he always thought he was to blame for their parents death and was forever grateful that she never blamed him. This is all cementing my theory that Jason is the most emotionally evolved character in the entire series. While Sookie and Bill have become more self-involved thanks to their suffering, Lafayette still wants to escape his reality at any opportunity, Tara can’t let go of her wretched temper, Sam still wants to play foolish hero, Jessica can’t control her wild impulses and Eric is making the tiniest baby steps toward becoming a compassionate vampire, Jason’s been actually building upon five seasons of life lessons. Here’s the evidence.
He accepts supernatural forces enough to trust them to find his parents’ killer. Early Jason never would have tried any fairy hand-holding.
Searching for his parents’ killer actually seems like a good mission. Better than saving an entire town of inbred werepanthers or crusading against vampires.
He’s learned sleeping with every woman who falls for him, like his old teacher, sometimes makes him feel worse about himself.
And he’s become very tolerant of others’ differences, even newly out and proud vampire Rev. Steve Newland.
None of this is to say we mind seeing the old Jason come through once in a while — a sweet dumb smile and gratuitous shirtlessness is always welcome in these parts!
TOM Cruise only wants a “secluded” house in New York.
The actor, 50, is currently searching for a home in the Big Apple so he can be close to his daughter Suri, who is now living in New York City with her mother Katie Holmes — who filed for divorce from Tom in June bringing an end to their five-year marriage.
ToM’s people reached out to Donna Senko of Sotheby’s International, who has now spoken to agents in Westchester County, Stamford and Greenwich to enquire about properties.
Tom has specified his new home must be secure, discreet and secluded with a “suburban presence” so six-year-old Suri can play in private.
A source told the New York Daily News newspaper, “He wants something extremely secluded where Suri can play without paparazzi watching. There are lots of them in these towns.”
Katie and Tom’s divorce was finalized within a matter of weeks, with the former ‘Dawson’s Creek’ star getting primary custody of Suri with Tom being granted regular visitation rights.
Although the Hollywood superstar is keeping the couple’s former home in Beverly Hills — which he shares with his eldest children, Isabella, 19, and 17-year-old Connor — he is determined to have a permanent base in New York for his time with Suri.
Expectant mom Claire Danes was spotted touching down at Los Angeles, California’s LAX airport yesterday along with her husband Hugh Dancy (July 27). The mom-to-be layered her bump, keeping cozy in a sweater and cardigan.
This is only our second sighting of the 33-year-old Homeland star since she announced the happy pregnancy news early this month.
The couple, who tied the knot in 2009, have reportedly been searching for new family-friendly digs in New York City.
“They are definitely going to keep looking for new apartments in the city where they can raise a kid,” a friend of Hugh tells US. “They are New Yorkers and plan on being New York parents.”