Oscar-nommed screenwriter and novelist Millard Kaufman died of heart failure March 14 in Los Angeles. He was 92.
Alan Livingston, music exec who created Bozo the Clown and brought the Beatles to America as president of Capitol Records, died March 13 in Los Angeles. He was 91.
Prominent entertainment attorney George Hedges died of cancer Tuesday in South Pasadena. He was 57.
Jim Bellows, influential editor of papers including the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner who later worked in television, died of Alzheimer's disease March 6 in Santa Monica, Calif. He was 86.
Howard Zieff, who helmed the features "Private Benjamin" and "Unfaithfully Yours," died Sunday in Los Angeles of complications from Parkinson's disease.
Estelle Bennett, one of the Ronettes, the singing trio whose 1963 hit "Be My Baby" epitomized the famed "wall of sound" technique of its producer, Phil Spector, was found dead in her home in…
Doris Ann Scharfenberg, who paved the way for women when she began working as a television producer for NBC in the 1950s, died Jan. 4 in Ft. Worth, Texas. She was 91.
Playwright Robert Anderson, author of such Broadway hits as "Tea and Sympathy" and "You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running," died of pneumonia Feb. 9 in Manhattan. He was 91.
Versatile Tony and Emmy-award winning actor James Whitmore died Friday at his Malibu home.
Jacques Bar, French producer of more than 80 films including Federico Fellini's "I Vitelloni," died Jan. 19. He was 87.
Bette Iverson, the key hair stylist on films including "American Graffiti" and "The Truman Show," died Dec. 12 of throat cancer in Los Angeles. She was 79.