"Yes, Dan and I broke up January 1, New Year's Day.That's a fact," said Tiegs on Tuesday when I reached her in L. "I did send you an e-mail, just a very small announcement, but I guess you didn't get it." Ah, no. "I DIDN'T want you to hear this from other people," she said. You were so good to Dan and me, for so many years." I was hoping that the relationship between the divorcees would endure without marriage. We would have to live in the same city, the same state," she said with a laugh, "if we had ever considered marriage.WHEN your doting father is a screen legend with a palatial estate in the hills above Hollywood, and your loving wife is one of the most beautiful women in the world, you might think that life would be one long smile of contentment."My life had stopped working," he recalls, as he sips mineral water in a restaurant on Sunset Boulevard, his expression rather weary.At 45, he looks like a man whose body is still undergoing rehabilitation from the hardships of a misspent youth.It's already attracted attention in America, where the tabloid press has suggested that Peck's script is based on events in his own life.The rumours have been fuelled by Evi Quaid, wife of actor Randy Quaid, who claims that Peck confessed to her that he had been in "rehab" for sex addiction.You know what it was, we had Alexa [Ray Joel] together and we knew that was going to bind us together for life so we wanted to make our divorce work," she explained.
But there was one quality about Mellencamp that made her swoon.
In February 2012, she was ranked third in the Daily Mail list "World's 20 richest models." the daughter of Marjorie (née Bowling) and Herbert Hudson.
Her family moved to Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California, where her mother Marjorie later met and married television writer Don Brinkley in Bel Air, Los Angeles.
"I don't know" why Buettner wasn't forthcoming, Tiegs said. Fitzgerald updated me on his football plans at the Starkey Foundation gala, which was also attended by his big brother, Larry Fitzgerald Jr., of the Arizona Cardinals. "I'm actually playing for Dennis Green for the UFL; it's kind of like the minor league for the NFL. "Thank you, I really appreciate that," Marcus said.
Marcus, as you can see at startribune.com/video, seems very much at peace with not yet being the kind of football star that his multimillionaire big brother is.