Tony-winning and Emmy-nommed actress and singer Edie Adams died Wednesday in West Hills, Calif., after a battle with cancer and pneumonia. She was 81.
For her very first film role in "The Golden Compass," 14-year-old Dakota Blue Richards had to look delicate but act feisty, sharing the screen with a talking bear and a malevolent monkey in an…
Zac Efron is about to turn 21, and with the approach of full adulthood, the boy who made the tween girls scream is looking to more mature roles.
Thor Bradwell may count such tween superstars as Corbin Bleu ("High School Musical") and Dylan and Cole Sprouse ("The Suite Life of Zack and Cody") among his clients, but he's just as excited about…
There's only one Miley Cyrus, but that doesn't stop Disney from trying to make more. And after starring in this summer's top-rated "Camp Rock," 16-year-old Demi Lovato is well-poised to take off.
George Putnam, a fixture in Los Angeles television from its early beginnings in the 1950s and one of the forbearers of conservative talkradio, died of a kidney ailment Friday in Chino, Calif. He was…
Emmy winning animator Bill Melendez, who created Peanuts TV specials such as "A Charlie Brown Christmas," died Tuesday Sept. 2 in Santa Monica.
Journalist Chris Rubin, who wrote for Variety and other publications about music, food, wine and travel, died Friday in Los Angeles of complications of cancer.
Violinist Sam Boghossian, who played with the L.A. Philharmonic and in films and TV shows, died July 13 in Grass Valley, Calif. He was 88.
William (Bill) Saunders, former president of 20th Century Fox TV Intl., died July 22 of cancer in Monte Carlo. He was 85.
Harriet Burns, first woman ever hired by Walt Disney Imagineering in a creative rather than an office capacity, died July 25 in Los Angeles, Calif. She was 79.