Lawford, who penned the book "Symptoms of Withdrawal: A Memoir of Snapshots and Redemption" about recovering from his addiction to drugs and alcohol, is a public advocacy consultant for Caron Treatment Centers.
At the event, Bensimon and Lawford were joined at the hip, clowning around and taking lots of photos together in the celebrity-packed social scene, which included guests Russell Simmons, Melissa George, Eliza Dushku, Scott Sartiano, Jacqueline Sherry Coombe, Avi Oster, artist Nicholas Forker and Lori Levine.
She could really run this town if she put her mind to it." But as a woman in the conservative 1950s, she found herself confined to producing religious films for television.
Lawford underwent treatment at the Betty Ford Center for alcohol and drug rehabilitation in Rancho Mirage, Calif.7, 1923 in London, the only son of a much-decorated British Army officer, Lieut. Sir Sydney Lawford, and of Lady Lawford, the former May Somerville Bunny. Lawford's father was a graduate of Sandhurst who saw service in the Boer War, in World War I as a brigade commander and in India in the 1920's.This is to give notice, That at the ‘Seven Stars’ under the piazzas in Covent-Garden is to be seen from this Day till Thursday next, a chariot, in which a Man may Travel without Horses.To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.Peter Lawford, the debonair British movie actor whose youthful charm brightened ''Good News,'' ''Easter Parade,'' ''The White Cliffs of Dover'' and others of his more than 30 films, died yesterday. Wise, said yesterday: ''At the family's request, no specifics about previous illnesses were to be given.