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Monday, July 30, 2007
 

The marriage from Anne's end


http://www.pensacolanewsjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007707300317
Published - July, 30, 2007
Former Pensacolian weds Steve Martin
From staff and wire reports

He is Steve Martin, the famous comedic actor. She is Anne Stringfield, writer and former Pensacolian.

Together, they are husband and wife.

The couple married Saturday at Martin's Los Angeles home, said Alan Nierob, Martin's publicist.

Martin, 61, and Stringfield, 35, dated since about 2002. She has been mistaken for "Sex and the City" actress Kristin Davis, leading to erroneous reports Martin was dating Davis.

The nuptials were a surprise to the roughly 75 guests, including Tom Hanks and Diane Keaton. The attendees thought they were attending a party.

"It was very low key," E! Online reported.

Former Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey, a friend of Martin's, presided over the ceremony. Lorne Michaels, creator of "Saturday Night Live," was Martin's best man.

Martin delivered his vows sporting an Inspector Clouseau mustache he let grow in for his appearance in the upcoming sequel to 2006's "Pink Panther" remake.

It is the first marriage for Stringfield, a graduate of Pensacola High School.

Her parents, Dr. James and Margo Stringfield, live in Pensacola. Anne Stringfield's father is a pulmonologist, and her mother is a University of West Florida archaeologist.

Stringfield, a Davidson College graduate, has worked at a New York publishing house and for The New Yorker magazine. At The New Yorker, she was a fact-checker and wrote art reviews and reviews of off-Broadway plays.

She also has done some freelance writing for Vogue magazine.

"She's a phenomenal person," said Suzanne Cohan, a guidance counselor at Pensacola High.

Cohan is a friend of Stringfield's parents. Cohan's daughter, Sara, is a friend of Anne Stringfield.

Cohan and her daughter visited Stringfield and Martin last year in New York.

"My daughter and I had gone to New York for a little trip. She got in touch with Anne. He very graciously took us to dinner at a lovely little Italian restaurant," Suzanne Cohan said.

"They seemed very happy together," she said.

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http://www.pensacolanewsjournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200770729003
Published - July, 29, 2007
Funny man takes a bride
From staff and wire reports
He is Steve Martin, the famous comedic actor. She is Anne Stringfield, writer and former Pensacolian.

Together, they are husband and wife.

The couple married Saturday at Martin’s Los Angeles home, said Alan Nierob, Martin’s publicist.

Martin, 61, and Stringfield, 35, dated since about 2002. She has been mistaken for “Sex and the City” actress Kristin Davis, leading to erroneous reports Martin was dating Davis.

The nuptials were a surprise to the roughly 75 guests, including Tom Hanks and Diane Keaton. The attendees thought they were attending a party.

“It was very low key,” E! Online reported.

Former Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey, a friend of Martin’s, presided over the ceremony. Lorne Michaels, creator of “Saturday Night Live,” was Martin’s best man.

Hot Rize, a bluegrass band, performed at the ceremony. The food included Southern dishes, like fried green tomatoes, according to E! Online.

Martin delivered his vows sporting an Inspector Clouseau mustache he let grow in for his appearance in the upcoming sequel to 2006’s “Pink Panther” remake.

It is the first marriage for Stringfield, a graduate of Pensacola High School.

Her parents, Dr. James and Margo Stringfield, live in Pensacola. Anne Stringfield’s father is a pulmonologist and her mother is a University of West Florida archaeologist.

Stringfield, a Davidson College graduate, has worked at a New York publishing house and for The New Yorker magazine. At The New Yorker, she was a fact-checker and wrote art reviews and reviews of off-Broadway plays.

She also has done some freelance writing for Vogue magazine.

“She’s a phenomenal person,” said Suzanne Cohan, a guidance counselor at Pensacola High.

Cohan is a friend of Stringfield’s parents. Cohan’s daughter, Sara, is a friend of Anne Stringfield.

Cohan and her daughter visited Stringfield and Martin last year in New York.

“My daughter and I had gone to New York for a little trip. She got in touch with Anne.

He very graciously took us to dinner at a lovely little Italian restaurant,” Suzanne Cohan said.

“They seemed very happy together,” she said.

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