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Martin married “a woman who is, I think a younger, thinner, smarter version of me,” quipped Fey, 45.
Stringfield was a good sport, laughing at the joke albeit a touch embarrassed by the attention. Martin, 69, calls his relationship with Stringfield, with whom he has a young daughter, “an important episode in my life.
And he's really good."Leno adds, "So you go with the new guy.
When Steve Martin sat down inside the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to receive the 43rd American Film Institute Life Achievement Award, there was a not-so-familiar (to the public) face by his side: His wife of seven years, writer Anne Stringfield.
(In the video, you’ll see Maya Rudolph attempting her best Chewbacca and Tina Fey claiming her bra size is… But who are we kidding, if she had a choice, Fey would probably choose to watch Star Wars too, (likely after she and Poehler finish hosting .
But perhaps the name of the segment should be changed to “Fallon Being a Curmudgeon To Children.” At least the kid got 00 out of it?
If it’s your thing, there’s now a dating site where you can find your own Mickey or Minnie.
Dave Tavres, a former railroad engineer for Disney, founded the dating site in the hopes to “connect people who love Disney and who want that same magic.” Creating a profile involves selecting your favorite Disney songs, Disney shopping habits, and Disney “nerd level.” When you hover over a link, the mouse cursor turns into Mickey Mouse’s glove.
Tina describes him as ‘travel-size.’ When I saw him, I thought, What’s she doing with him?You don't have to date the 'comedy person,' the funniest or most talented person — just date someone who's good to you." in 2014 that it's important to be with someone who constantly surprises you. It's what anyone experiences when you find that person that gets you, wants to take care of you, wants the best for you."The truth is, and this is corny, I fall more in love with Portia all the time. We're really lucky because we know how rare it is." her fan.The highly quotable memoir included the following piece of timeless relationship advice.While it was ostensibly meant for aspiring comedians, it'll likely ring true regardless of your profession: "Remember that talent is not sexually transmittable.