Steve Martin recently channeled his inner Walter White on the red carpet (minus the blue meth, of course) by transforming himself from a lowly science teacher into a drug king-pin seemingly overnight. Although that would have been a fabulous thing to see.
Actor Steve Martin was biking in Wilkes-Barre, Penn. on Tuesday (July 2) when he lost his wallet -- but in a strange turn of events, it was returned with Steve's driver's license and credit cards intact.
Yes, we may have very well fallen into the Twilight Zone, a dimension where people do good things simply because they're good people.
This enormous Caribbean villa is owned by the new daddy himself, Steve Martin, and the home is so big that it even has its own name: Villa Au Soleil.
In French that means "Home of the Sun," but with an asking price of $11.24 million, it should really be Home of the Lump Sum.
Last night (April 24) on 'The Late Show with David Letterman,' Steve Martin opened up about the daughter he welcomed with wife Anne Stringfield two months ago.
But if you were looking for squishy platitudes about fatherhood, you came to the wrong place.
Another Hollywood couple is hearing the pitter-patter of little feet. Following in the footsteps of Larry King and David Letterman, Steve Martin has become a daddy later in life.
The 67-year-old writer/comedian/musician (seriously, what can't he do) and his wife Anne Stringfield, 41, were spotted in LA with a new baby whom they somehow managed to keep a secret for months. Or that they took from a