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.
TV director and producer Kim Manners, who served as director and co-exec producer on "The X-Files," died Jan. 25 in Los Angeles of complications from lung cancer. He was 58.
Ray Dennis Steckler, director and producer of "The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies" and other exploitation pics, who was often credited as Cash Flagg, died…
Cheryl Holdridge, one of the original "Mickey Mouse Club" Mouseketeers, died in Santa Monica, Calif. Jan 6. after a two-year battle with cancer. She was 64.
Steven Gilborn, stage, film and television actor who played the father of Ellen DeGeneres' character on "Ellen," died of cancer in North Chatham, N.Y., on Jan. 2. He was 72.
Jackie Rebora, owner of Adriano's restaurant and nightclub impresario, died Jan. 5 in Beverly Hills. She was 77.
At the first few installments of the Palm Springs Film Fest, the coveted invite was to the Founders Party poolside at Sonny Bono's house, where Hollywood luminaries like Jimmy Stewart mingled with…
Studio exec and producer Ned Tanen, who served as president of Universal and Paramount and produced three popular Brat Pack films in the 1980s, died Monday of natural causes in Santa Monica. He was…
Playwright, screenwriter and actor Greg Suddeth died Dec. 19 in Los Angeles. He was 55.
Lark Previn, an adopted daughter of actress Mia Farrow whose sister Soon-Yi Previn was at the center of Farrow's messy breakup with Woody Allen, died after a long illness Dec. 25 in Brooklyn, N.Y…
Composer, conductor and pianist Jack Quigley died Dec. 14 in Burbank, Calif. after a heart attack. He was 79.