Costume designer Dennison dies

He was Emmy-nominated for 'Georgia O'Keefe'

Michael Dennison, the Emmy-nommed costume designer behind “Georgia O’Keefe,” died Sept. 2 of a brain aneurism in Pittsburgh. He was 58.

Dennison was working on Col’s “One for the Money” when he collapsed and died. He previously worked on films including “Eat Pray Love,” “Almost Famous” and “What Women Want.”

Dennison helped dress the stars of over 40 films and TV shows, including Sharon Stone in “Basic Instinct” and Katherine Heigl for “One for the Money.”

He received Emmy and Costume Designers Guild Award nominations for his work on Lifetime telepic “Georgia O’Keefe” a few days earlier.

Survivors include two brothers.

Donations may be made to the Center for Organ Recovery & Education at

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