Hitched, Hatched, Hired

Inside the industry's celebrations and news.

WEDDINGSDavid Boxerbaum, a literary agent at Paradigm Talent Agency, married Stephanie Cohen, vp business affairs and development at Dance On, on March 31 at The Grand Del Mar resort in San Diego.

Sex and the City alum Chris Noth married Tara Wilson in Maui on April 6. The Good Wife star proposed to Wilson in 2009. The couple has a 4-year-old son, Orion.

Shame's Carey Mulligan married Mumford & Sons musician Marcus Mumford in England on April 21. Mulligan wed Mumford at a farm in Somerset in front of 100 guests, including Sienna Miller, Colin Firth and Jake Gyllenhaal.


Tom Bernard, co-president of Sony Pictures Classics, welcomed granddaughter Emilie Mae, daughter of Chris and Carla Bernard, on April 1 in New Jersey.

Jeff Wilk, vp at Deluxe Entertainment, and his wife, Mary Beth, welcomed son Deacon Jeffrey on April 4. He is the first grandchild of Richard Fay, Lionsgate's president of domestic distribution, and his wife, Mary.

Jeremy Steckler, who recently was promoted to executive vp motion pictures at Conde Nast Entertainment Group, and his wife, Emily Rogath Steckler, sales director at Think HyperActiv, welcomed son Dylan Noah on March 16 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.


Disney Channels Worldwide promoted Richard Loomis to senior vp and chief marketing officer April 13.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences promoted Randy Haberkamp to managing director of programming, education and preservation April 11.

Bob Bowen was promoted to executive vp/head of music and Jason Markey was upped to senior vp music and soundtracks at Relativity Music Group on April 18.

Terry Press and Wolfgang Hammer were appointed co-presidents of CBS Films on April 23.

Myriad Pictures promoted Lisa Gutberlet to senior vp distribution April 17.

Univision Communications appointed Antonio Roman senior vp national sales for its TV station group April 16.

Cinedigm Entertainment Group tapped Larry McCourt as senior vp software sales and marketing April 17.


Paul Bogart, an Emmy- winning TV director, died April 15 in Chapel Hill, N.C. Bogart, best known for his work on All in the Family and The Golden Girls, was 92.

William Finley, a regular in Brian De Palma's films who starred as the disfigured title character in the director's 1974 cult classic Phantom of the Paradise, died April 14 in New York. He was 69.

Levon Helm, singer and drummer for The Band, died April 19 of throat cancer in New York. His label, Vanguard Records, said, "He will be remembered by all he touched as a brilliant musician and a beautiful soul." Helm was 71.


  • April 26: Carol Burnett , Channing Tatum
  • April 27: Casey Kasem, Google's Eric Schmidt
  • April 28: Harry Shum Jr., Penelope Cruz
  • April 29: Director Phillip Noyce, Jerry Seinfeld, Uma Thurman
  • April 30: Lars von Trier, Kirsten Dunst, Cloris Leachman