"It's going great because I have a wonderful wife and mother," Martin said of fatherhood. As for a name, the 67-year-old demurred, "We've thought about the name quite a bit. Conquistador. What do you think? I didn't want to go with one of those Hollywood weird names. Conquistador is a statement."
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The actor was previously wed to actress Victoria Tennant from 1986 to 1994. Martin recently collaborated with singer Edie Brickell. Their new album, “Love Has Come for You,” was released April 23.
Comic actor Steve Martin has become a father for the first time at age 67! He and wife Anne Stringfield welcomed their first child, says Page Six.
Here's a preview of what's opening in theaters this weekend, including the dance remake "Footloose"; the family drama "Fireflies in the Garden," starring Julia Roberts and Ryan Reynolds; the comedy "The Big Year," starring Steve Martin, Owen Wilson and Jack Black; and the sci-fi thriller prequel "The Thing."
Watch the trailer for the new comedy "The Big Year," starring Jack Black, Owen Wilson and Steve Martin as avid birdwatchers trying to outdo each other in a cross-country contest. The film flies into theatres October 11.
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Funnyman Steve Martin is a man of many talents. In addition to his acting, singing and comedic chops, Martin is an accomplished, self-taught banjo player!
"Extra" caught up with him at a private performance of his lifelong passion for the banjo and bluegrass music. "I started playing when I was 17," the actor revealed.
Steve won two Grammys for his mountain music and he released a new bluegrass album, "Rare Bird Alert." Martin is also keeping busy with a new concert tour with the Steep Canyon Rangers - already a hit with fans. "We do a live show that is entertaining, has humor, but also has serious music."
The 82nd Academy Awards, hosted by Steve Martin and Alex Baldwin, named "The Hurt Locker" as the night's big winner. At three and half hours, there were SOME choice show highlights:
Best Lines from the Show's Hosts:
"What's five times two?" --Steve Martin trying to figure out how they could expand the Best Picture nominees from five to 10.
"There's that damn Helen Mirren!" -- Martin said. "That's DAME Helen Mirren!" -- Alec Baldwin corrected.
The 82nd Academy Awards are lining up a bunch of funny people to present the Oscars, including Sacha Baron Cohen, Jason Bateman, Steve Carell, Tina Fey and Ben Stiller, show producers Bill Mechanic and Adam Shankman announced.