The Dish: Matt Damon buys Bedford Hills home; Lara Spencer shops in Greenwich; Ron Darling dines in Westport
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. Scene… Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Ron Darling, who lives in Rowayton, was seen dining with his wife, Joanna, at Gabriele’s of Westport at Powers Court last week. New Canaan resident Chris “Mad Dog” Russo, host of “Mad Dog Sports Radio” on Sirius XM, was spotted there as well.
Hollywood celebrity Matt Damon has purchased a home in Westchester. The $8.5 million estate is located in Bedford and was listed by COMPASS and agent David Turner. The listing reads, “Extraordinary stone and clapboard colonial set upon 13.5 private acres in the heart of Bedford. Constructed in 2004 and substantially renovated in 2021, the residence is quite simply stunning. Superb design, craftsmanship and materials reflect a discriminating attention to detail. A traditional exterior belies a casual yet elegant interior. All the main level rooms open onto covered stone terraces. The house is filled with natural light. A beautiful Christopher Peacock kitchen centers on a large island. The primary bedroom suite exudes deep comfort and includes a gorgeous new bath, gym, and coffee bar. A private porch and balcony overlook a sparkling stream and spring fed pond. An incredible network of woodland trails, handsome boardwalks and rope bridges circumnavigate the entire property. Additional amenities include a greenhouse, tree-house, antique barn, all-weather tennis court and 45 x 22 foot Shoreline saltwater pool. A rare and special opportunity to enjoy country perfection.”
Mindy Kaling and Brenda Withers’ Play About Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Is Currently Playing at 21ten Theatre
Years before Bennifer and Bourne, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon were sitting in their Boston apartment...when the script for Good Will Hunting fell out of the sky. According to Mindy Kaling and Brenda Withers’ play Matt & Ben, at least. A satire of Affleck and Damon’s friendship before they...
Actor Matt Damon has purchased a Bedford Hills mansion for $8.5 million. The New York Post first reported Damon acquired the 142 Clinton Road property through a California LLC that shares the address with Pearl Street Films, a production company co-owned by Damon and his frequent on-screen collaborator Ben Affleck.
Hollywood is coming to Bedford, New York. While Ben Affleck got hitched to Jennifer Lopez in Vegas, his best buddy Matt Damon was celebrating his recent $8.5 million property purchase in Westchester, The Post can report exclusively. The stone-and-clapboard colonial mansion comes with its own saltwater pool, a stream and...
Damon was born Matthew Paige Damon in New York City on October 8, 1970. The films in which he has starred have grossed approximately $3.88 billion at the North American box office, making him one of the highest-grossing performers of all time. An Academy Award and two Golden Globe Awards are among the many honors he has received, in addition to nominations for three British Academy Film Awards, six Screen Actor Guild Awards, and seven Primetime Emmy Awards.
Jennifer Lopez Doesn’t Want Ben Affleck To Always Hang Out With Matt Damon As She’s Worried He’s Blabbing Their Secrets?
Jennifer Lopez is allegedly very protective of her relationship with Ben Affleck. An unnamed source told National Enquirer that Lopez is not a fan of Affleck’s best friend, Matt Damon. After all, every time the besties hang out, Lopez worries that her fiancé tells Damon everything about their relationship.
It’s not every day that one sees Matt Damon and his daughters out and about in the world, but Tuesday (July 12) was a special day. Matt, 51, and his family – wife Luciana Barroso and daughters Isabella Damon, Stella Damon, Gia Damon, and Alexia Barroso – visited Capri on an Italian holiday. The Good Will Hunting star was first spotted aboard a yacht with some friends before joining the family on land. From there, Matt led Luciana, 45, Alexia, 23, Isabella, 16, Gia, 13, and 11-year-old Stella for a beautiful stroll through the island’s streets.
Do you remember about a year ago when Matt Damon starred in a series of commercials for cryptocurrency and repeatedly said the nonsense phrase “Fortune favors the brave”? South Park sure does. In its latest Paramount+ special, South Park The Streaming Wars Part 2, Matt Stone and Trey Parker took their celebrity mockery to a new level by asking an obscenely gross question: If celebrities will thoughtlessly endorse something as volatile as crypto, why wouldn’t they endorse pee?
South Park is going after Matt Damon and other celebrities recently seen peddling cryptocurrency. The crypto fiends are forced to drink pee in the new special South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2, which premiered today on Paramount+. Damon recently starred in an ad for Crypto.com, saying the tagline "Fortune...
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South Park‘s still got it, as The Streaming Wars Part 2 proved by taking aim at all of those celebrities who are taking the cryptocurrency money and running and ignoring the world burning around them. Most prominently, this refers to Matt Damon’s “Fortune Favors The Brave” utterance while pushing crypto in a Super Bowl ad that felt surreal enough when it aired. Months later, crypto plummeted in a severe way, which led to massive (and catastrophic) investor and job losses.