D'Amores were well known in Hollywood community

Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated makeup artist Hallie D’Amore and her photographer husband Richard D’Amore were found dead Friday in their Venice home. A source said it appeared to be a murder-suicide. Further information was expected to be released by police today.

Hallie D’Amore was nominated in 1995 for her work with Daniel C. Striepeke and Judith A. Cory on “Forrest Gump.” She won Emmys for “Normal” (2003) and was nominated for 1995’s “Buffalo Girls” and 1993’s “Gypsy.”

Her nearly 50 other credits include “Havoc,” “Christmas With the Kranks,” “The Princess Diaries” and “The Princess Diaries 2,” “2 Fast 2 Furious,” “XXX” and “XXX: State of the Union,” “Dr. T and the Women,” “Runaway Bride,” “Patch Adams,” and “Apollo 13.”

Richard D’Amore was a renowned photographer whose works are in a number of stars’ collections as well as various galleries and publications.

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