Celebrity news for the week of August 15, 1997

WEDDINGS Frasier‘s Kelsey Grammer, 42, married film student Camille Donatacci, 28, Aug. 2, in Malibu, Calif. It’s the third marriage for Grammer, reportedly the first for Donatacci…. Scottish import Sheena Easton, 38, wed documentary filmmaker Timothy Douglas Delarm, 36, July 28, in Las Vegas. The couple met last month on a shoot in Yellowstone National Park for a wildlife documentary. It is Easton’s third marriage, Delarm’s first.

SPLITS Party of Five‘s Neve Campbell, 23, and her husband, Canadian actor Jeff Colt, 29, announced July 29 that they’re separating after 2 1/2 years of marriage. No reason for the split was given. Campbell is currently in L.A. filming Scream 2.

RECOVERING On July 28, model Jennifer Flavin, 28, the wife of Sylvester Stallone, 51, suffered a miscarriage in Miami. Flavin, who had been 10 weeks pregnant with the couple’s second child, is in good health. The couple’s 11-month-old daughter, Sophia Rose, underwent surgery after she was born last August to repair a hole in her heart.

DEATHS TV commercial actress Edith Fore, 81, July 31, of natural causes, in Camden, N.J. In 1990, former nurse Fore uttered the now-famous words ”I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” in a commercial for the Lifecall Medic Alert system. She was recruited for the spot, for which she was paid $500, after she fell and used the device to get help…. Helicopter pilot J. David Jones, 61, July 14, of lung cancer, in Redway, Calif. One of Hollywood’s top aerial coordinators, Jones was best known for his work on Funny Girl, for which he choreographed the shot of Barbra Streisand on a tugboat, and Apocalypse Now, for which he planned the ”Flight of the Valkyries” sequence. ”No matter how outrageous a director’s demands, it was never too much for him,” says director Simon West, who worked with Jones on Con Air. ”He was one of those great characters you come across now and again in the business who was just very special.”