MARRIED. ELLEN BARKIN, 46, Emmy-winning actress, and RONALD PERELMAN, 57, billionaire Revlon chairman; in New York City.
SUED. BILL CLINTON, 53; for disbarment, by an Arkansas supreme court committee; in Little Rock. The committee's suit claims the state's former attorney general lacks the "overall fitness" to be a lawyer, citing Clinton's deceptive testimony in the Paula Jones case.
DIED. CHARLES MACGILLIVARY, 83, dauntless Army sergeant who received the Medal of Honor in 1945 for destroying four German machine-gun nests during a one-man mission in the Battle of the Bulge; in Boston. The Canadian native lost an arm while silencing the last of the enemy emplacements.
DIED. VITTORIO GASSMAN, 77, urbane Italian actor who appeared in hundreds of plays and films including The Big Deal on Madonna Street (1958) and Scent of a Woman (1974), which earned him a Best Actor award at Cannes and was later remade in English with Al Pacino; in Rome. Dubbed the "Olivier of Italy," Gassman flirted with Hollywood in the 1950s when he was briefly married to actress Shelley Winters.
DIED. LUCIEN LAURIN, 88, Hall of Fame trainer who saddled 36 stakes winners, including Secretariat, who won the 1973 Belmont by an unprecedented 31 lengths to win the Triple Crown; in Miami. DIED. VERA ATKINS, 92, British spymaster who inspired the James Bond character Miss Moneypenney; in Hastings, England. Born in Romania, Atkins recruited and trained nearly 500 secret agents to parachute into Nazi-occupied France, concocting elaborate identities for the spies. After the war, she tracked down the fates of 117 missing agents and brought their murderers to war-crimes trials.
DIED. JOHN ASPINALL, 74, British gambler and gadfly who siphoned the profits from his gaming tables to create two wildlife parks in Kent dedicated to the conservation and breeding of tigers, elephants, gorillas and other endangered species; of cancer; in London. He believed in personally interacting with the animals, a policy that resulted in the deaths of five zookeepers over the past 20 years.