Edgar Bronfman Jr. and his leggy Leger-wearing wife, Clarissa, hit the Los Angeles social circuit last week with the impact of lightning on the top of Universal’s Black Tower.
Earlier in the week, Bronfman hosted a black-tie salute to former MCA-Universal honcho — now chairman emeritus — Lew Wasserman on stage 28 at the studio.
A few nights later, the Bronfmans co-hosted a Human Rights Watch Organization dinner in the ballroom of the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
Between dinner courses, they schmoozed with Michael Milken and mingled with Hollywood types like Sid Sheinberg, Sally Field and Norman Lear. During dessert, however, the Bronfman couple carried on like teenagers on a first date — kissing and giggling.
And while they were in L.A. only for a couple of days — staying in a rented Malibu beach house — Bronfman said he and the wife were having a great time.
“As long as we’re together,” he added.
As for any plans to relocate to the West Coast, Bronfman pointed out that they’ll keep renting the Malibu house, but there are no plans to buy or build a home out west.
“We’re New Yorkers,” he said firmly.