Top Celebrities-Caught-Cheating Scandals Have you noticed that the gossip mill has been full of celebrities-caught-cheating stories of late, of varying degrees of veracity? There's Patrick Schwarzenegger's purportedly cheating on Miley Cyrus and vice versa. Chris Martin's perhaps cheating …Read more. Ask Stacy -- Week of 6/27/15 DEAR STACY: What is Tracey Ullman up to? — Leon D., Newark, New Jersey DEAR LEON: It has been a time of upheaval for the comedy star, whose husband, producer Allan McKeown, died of prostate cancer at age 67 on Christmas Eve of 2013, and whose …Read more. Hollywood in Its Glory Alive Again in 'Starflacker' Kirk Douglas and John Wayne, conspiring to make the most of a so-called "feud" between them in order to grab the attention of the press and public — just as their "The War Wagon" movie was hitting theaters. Doris Day, generously and graciously …Read more. Ask Stacy -- Week of 6/20/15 DEAR STACY: I like the actor who plays Chet in "UnREAL," Craig Bierko. I know I've seen him a lot of times before. Can you give some background? There is a cloud of secrecy as to his personal life, it seems. — VBLana DEAR VBLANA: The 50-year-…Read more.more articles
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DEAR STACY: Curtis Stone is my favorite of the reality-show celebrity chefs. How about some background? — Jana W., Santa Ana, Calif.
DEAR JANA: The Australian super-chef is married to actress Lindsay Price ("Beverly Hills, 90210"), and they have two sons, ages 4 and 10 months. He hails from Melbourne, where he began cooking with his grandmother as a lad of 5. He was studying for a bachelor's degree in business before realizing he belonged in the world of food. He began his cooking career at Melbourne's Savoy Hotel as a teenager. He worked with many European and British chefs there before heading to Europe to gain more experience. In London, he worked with renowned chef Marco Pierre White — and made his first major breakthrough gaining acclaim as head chef of Marco's Quo Vadis restaurant. A natural for TV, he did cooking shows in the U.K. and Australia before starting his hit "Take Home Chef" show on TLC here in the States. Since then, he's racked up credits from "Celebrity Apprentice" to "The Biggest Loser," has come out with cookbooks and a line of cookware, and has been named one of People magazine's Sexiest Men Alive.
DEAR STACY: Is it true that Howard Stern is leaving "America's Got Talent"? He's the best thing about the show! — LaurenG
DEAR LAURENG: It is true that Stern stated his intention not to continue with the hugely popular "AGT," and added that the spot should go to producer/mean judge Simon Cowell.
DEAR STACY: How tall is Meryl Streep? I've seen her look like a tiny thing, but a relative of mine insists she is quite tall. — jgm_er
DEAR jgm_er: The remarkable actress is a very unremarkable 5-foot-6. She has been made to appear different heights for various roles. Perhaps your family member is thinking of her as 6-foot-2 chef Julia Child in 2009's "Julie and Julia." It's movie magic.
DEAR STACY: Benedict Cumberbatch is amazing as an actor. I heard he is Buddhist. Is that so? — R.L., Huntington, W.V.
DEAR R.L.: In 2013, the brilliant actor of "Sherlock" and "The Imitation Game" fame told The Hollywood Reporter's Stephen Galloway that he's Buddhist "at least philosophically" and has an affinity toward meditation and mindfulness.
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