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Wedding: Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones (2000)

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Married on November 18, 2000 in New York City.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jennifer Aniston
Actor
11-Feb-1969   Rachel on Friends
Kofi Annan
Government
8-Apr-1938   Secretary General of the UN, 1997-2006
Ellen Barkin
Actor
16-Apr-1954   Siesta
Michael Caine
Actor
14-Mar-1933   Get Carter
Sean Connery
Actor
25-Aug-1930   James Bond
Danny DeVito
Actor
17-Nov-1944   Short loudmouth from Taxi
Kirk Douglas
Actor
9-Dec-1916   Spartacus
Michael Douglas
Actor
25-Sep-1944   Wall Street
Art Garfunkel
Singer/Songwriter
5-Nov-1941   Simon and Garfunkel
Anthony Hopkins
Actor
31-Dec-1937   Hannibal Lecter
Mick Hucknall
Singer
8-Jun-1960   Lead singer, Simply Red
Quincy Jones
Music Producer
14-Mar-1933   Musician, Composer, Producer
Star Jones
TV Personality
24-Mar-1962   The View
Dennis Miller
Comic
3-Nov-1953   SNL news anchor, born-again Republican
Jack Nicholson
Actor
22-Apr-1937   Chinatown
Gwyneth Paltrow
Actor
27-Sep-1972   Shakespeare in Love
Rhea Perlman
Actor
31-Mar-1948   Cheers
Brad Pitt
Actor
18-Dec-1963   Ocean's Eleven
Christopher Reeve
Actor
25-Sep-1952 10-Oct-2004 Superman
Steven Spielberg
Film Director
18-Dec-1946   E.T.
Oliver Stone
Film Director
15-Sep-1946   JFK
Sharon Stone
Actor
10-Mar-1958   Basic Instinct
Bonnie Tyler
Singer
8-Jun-1951   Total Eclipse of the Heart
Barbara Walters
Journalist
25-Sep-1929   20/20, The View
James Woods
Actor
18-Apr-1947   Casino, Any Given Sunday
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Actor
25-Sep-1969   Traffic


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