Toukie Smith
American actor-model
Toukie Smith
Toukie A. Smith, is an African American actress and model. Smith is the sister of late fashion designer Willi Smith and former long-term partner of actor Robert De Niro, with whom she has two sons. She is best known for her role as "Eva Rawley" for one season on the NBC sitcom 227. Her other credits include Talkin' Dirty After Dark, Joe's Apartment, and The Preacher's Wife.
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Ritka közös fotók! Robert De Niro jóképű fia örökölte apja sármját - Femina.hu
Google News - over 5 years
Válása után a színész évekig Toukie Smith modellel élt együtt, majd másodszor is megházasodott, Grace Hightowert vette el. A sztárpár 14 éve él együtt, egy fiuk van, Elliot. De Nironak Rafael az elsőszülött gyermeke, ezért nagyon szoros a kapcsolatuk
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Robert De Niro - Robert De Niro's Daughter Attacks Ex-Boyfriend In New York - Contactmusic.com
Google News - over 5 years
Robert De Niro also has a son, Raphael, from his relationship with Abbott. He has twin sons, Julian and Aaron from his long-term relationship with Toukie Smith and another son, Elliot, from his relationship with GRACE HIGHTOWER
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Robert De Niro festejará su cumpleaños número 68 - Informador.com.mx
Google News - over 5 years
Tiempo después, tras su divorcio, sostuvo una relación sentimental con Toukie Smith (con quien tuvo gemelos) y se le relacionó con Naomi Campbell, Leigh Taylor Young y Ashley Judd. Sin embargo, fue hasta 1997 que contrajo matrimonio con Grace Hightower
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Gigantul de Niro - Jurnalul Naţional
Google News - over 5 years
În afara ecranului, De Niro este un personaj enigmatic, vestit pentru încăpăţânarea cu care refuză să discute aspecte legate de viaţa sa personală, deşi relaţia pe care o are cu super-modele precum Toukie Smith şi actuala soţie Grace Hightower au făcut
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Can B. Smith Be Martha?
NYTimes - over 17 years
It is a hot summer Sunday in the Hamptons, and I am spending the day with Barbara Smith, the restaurateur and cookbook author, the host of a nationally syndicated television show, ''B. Smith, With Style,'' and the editor in chief of an upcoming magazine, that will bear her brandlike name. Her house in Sag Harbor, with its stunning views of the
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Fabrice Simon, 47, Designer Of Glittery Evening Clothes
NYTimes - over 18 years
Fabrice Simon, the fashion designer known professionally as Fabrice, whose glittering evening wear symbolized the glamour of the high-flying 1980's, died last Wednesday in New York. He was 47. The cause was AIDS, his family said yesterday. At the height of his success, Mr. Simon (pronounced see-MOHN) dressed women in society and show business in
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NEW YORKERS & CO.
NYTimes - about 19 years
Feeding the Life Force With Food That's Alive Live food has been growing in TriBeCa since the late-November opening of Ozone Restaurant at 8 Beach Street, between Varick Street and West Broadway. The owner, Rune Kongshaug, defines live food this way: ''If you drop it in the ground, it will grow. Every grain, every nut, every seed has a potential
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 19 years
ROBERT DE NIRO is renowned for his ability to avoid publicity, and he certainly kept private his marriage last week to GRACE HIGHTOWER, a former flight attendant. Mr. De Niro, 53, and Ms. Hightower, 42, were married somewhere in New York State on June 17, his publicist Stan Rosenfield told The Associated Press on Monday. It was his second marriage
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GOOD EATING;Spanning the Globe In The Village
NYTimes - almost 21 years
DIX ET SEPT* (212) 645-8023; 181 West 10th Street, at Seventh Avenue South; $(c) all major credit cards A wonderfully relaxed atmosphere, beguiling familiar bistro fare and accommodating service make for a winning formula at this snug little Gallic spot. Begin with the sizzling escargots in garlic and parsley butter, hearty duck terrine with a
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CHRONICLE
NYTimes - over 21 years
A tale of two babies, three parents and two press agents. ROBERT De NIRO and his former companion TOUKIE SMITH are the parents of twin boys born on Oct. 20 to a surrogate mother. Mr. De Niro's spokesman, Stan Rosenfield, issued a statement on Wednesday saying that Mr. De Niro and Ms. Smith would lead "separate personal and professional lives" but
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Loyal to a Long Tradition; And in This Corner . . . The New Wave Approach
NYTimes - over 21 years
IN the last year and a half, at least four Southern-style restaurants have opened in Manhattan. Each has a different approach, as defined by their owners and chefs. But none is pure Ma and Pa's home cooking. What unites the four restaurants is that their sources -- recipes, flavors and memories -- are from the South. Some of the recipes were passed
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Corrections
NYTimes - almost 22 years
An article in The Home Section yesterday about the actress Blair Brown misstated the broadcast date of the first installment of the new talk show on Lifetime for which she and Toukie Smith will be co-hosts. It was last night; it is not May 3.
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AT HOME WITH: Blair Brown; Never the Ingenue
NYTimes - almost 22 years
BLAIR BROWN may be the only performer to have played both the President of the United States and the First Lady. In "Kennedy," a 1983 television mini-series, she played Jacqueline Kennedy; in 1992, she starred in "Majority Rule," a made-for-television film about the first woman in the Oval Office. "Yes, I married myself," Ms. Brown said, with a
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NYTimes - over 22 years
Toukie Smith, whose restaurant, Toukie's, recently opened in the West Village, is hardly a hands-on hostess. She's shoulders-on, cheeks-on and lips-on, all while keeping an eye on the stove. Many celebrity restaurateurs are silent partners, like Ms. Smith's former companion, Robert De Niro, who says as little about his restaurant, TriBeCa Grill, as
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THE NIGHT; The Statue of Liberty As Underdressed Hostess
NYTimes - over 22 years
DOWNTOWN -- Liberte. Egalite. Fraternite. Publicite. It was one of those parties, a party requiring, in the manner of small military operations and the making of big-budget movies, political diplomacy and precise, last-minute maneuverings. In the tradition of airlifts and armada launchings, Yves Saint Laurent wanted to give a party for his new
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Off the Menu
NYTimes - over 22 years
Just Like Home Toukie's, a sassy little place at 220 West Houston Street (near Varick Street), is what Toukie Smith calls her "home away from home." Ms. Smith, who has been a model, an actress and a significant other of the actor Robert De Niro, said, "I opened this place because big parties are one thing, but now it's time for us to come together,
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BENEFITS
NYTimes - over 23 years
Honoring Lesbian Writers MONDAY -- The National Lesbian Action Foundation will hold an awards ceremony at the Union Square Theater, 100 East 17th Street, to raise money for its grants program and to introduce the five winners of the 1993 Astraea awards for emerging writers. The comedian Karen Williams will be the master of ceremonies of a program
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THE NIGHT; Newcomers And an Ace
NYTimes - about 24 years
LAST Monday at a little past 8 P.M., the temperature was falling below 20 degrees, and Kitty Carlisle Hart, dressed in a voluminous pink satiny ball gown designed by her friend Pauline Trigere, rushed down the steps of the Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Hart was in the middle of one of her two-function evenings. As a socialite, former television personality,
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Striking a Political Note, Stumbling on a Pronoun
NYTimes - over 24 years
"It's our party and we'll win if we want to," bellowed the singer Lesley Gore, who wore a black tuxedo jacket, shiny black ski pants and couture combat boots to the first recording session of the Clintones yesterday. The all-woman band of more than 100, brought together to record two songs to benefit the Presidential campaign of Gov. Bill Clinton,
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EGOS & IDS; Ralph Lauren, Anne Slater, Toukie Smith Et Al.
NYTimes - over 24 years
Family ties are connecting John Fairchild and Ralph Lauren. In the last year and a half, Mr. Lauren has hired two of Mr. Fairchild's sons, James and Stephen, to work at his company. Mr. Fairchild is the chairman of Fairchild Publications, the publisher of Women's Wear Daily. "That's not a conflict," said Patrick McCarthy, Fairchild's executive
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Toukie Smith
    TWENTIES
  • 1978
    Age 22
    In 1978, Smith was named Bloomingdale's Model of the Year and became the first African-American model to have a mannequin designed in her likeness.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1955
    Born
    Born in 1955.
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