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04.20.2014
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We all know that behind every successful man there's an even cleverer woman, give or take a few airheads. So how nice to hear that Liam Neeson, an Oscar nominee for "Schindler's List," gives credit to his former love, the great...

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We all know that behind every successful man there's an even cleverer woman, give or take a few airheads. So how nice to hear that Liam Neeson, an Oscar nominee for "Schindler's List," gives credit to his former love, the great British actress Helen Mirren, who, if she didn't teach him everything he knows, taught him a lot of it. Still, it was through another actress, Kate Capshaw, a.k.a. Mrs. Steven Spielberg, that Neeson won the role of Oskar Schindler. Kate saw him in the Broadway play "Anna Christie," mentioned him at home and the part was his. That's what happens when you sleep with the right director -- Kate, I mean. As the world knows it was when they played together in "Anna Christie" that Liam found his present love, Natasha Richardson. Now you trip over them every New York night.

William Hurt, who scarcely seems the fond papa type, has been photographed in Paris pushing his six-week-old daughter about in a pram. This is the child he fathered through the courtesy of Sandrine Bonnaire -- but you knew that. Will Hurt, Sandrine and baby make three when he returns here shortly to start his new movie with Nicole Kidman to be directed by Jane "The Piano" Campion? Or will he leave the chou and the petit chou behind until they both grow up?

The Hollywood word has Anjelica Huston starring as Maria Callas in the movie adaptation of Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington's biography of the great diva. So who will play Ari Onassis, who loved her and left her, a little happenstance from which she never quite recovered?

This evening, more than 2,000 collectors, museum and art world luminaries, true art lovers and wannabes will pour into the Seventh Regiment Armory for the gala preview of The Art Show starring 61 prestigious art galleries, all members of the Art Dealers Association of America. The vast space has been transformed into an elegant art gallery with dramatic lighting and acres of flowers, and Taste will do the catering. The chairmen of the show are Lisa and David Schiff, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Evelyn and Leonard Lauder and Carol and Punch Sulzberger. The Henry Street Settlement will benefit.
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