Actor Larry Hagman, who for more than a decade ruled as the despotic J.R. Ewing on the nighttime soap opera "Dallas" and earlier starred in "I Dream of Jeannie," has died.
Hollywood claimed him as its own, but Gore Vidal, who died Tuesday, was a lot of things to a lot of people. He was a political gadfly and insider, essayist and commentor on the social and political…
Pug-nosed character actor Ernest Borgnine may have had a brief career as a leading man after winning the best actor Oscar for "Marty," but he continued working in films and TV virtually to the end of…
Andy Griffith, whose downhome Southern charm suffused many of the characters he played on television, film and stage, died Tuesday at his home on Roanoke Island, N.C., following a long illness. He…
From the start, Dick Clark's career was distinguished by his skill at working both sides of the camera.
CBS newsman Mike Wallace, the dogged, merciless reporter and interviewer who took on politicians, celebrities and other public figures in a 60-year career highlighted by the on-air confrontations…
British director Ken Russell, the visually baroque and often deliberately excessive and opulent helmer of such films as "Women in Love," "The Devils," "Tommy" and "Altered States," died in a hospital…
John Calley, the respected studio exec and producer, has died today. He was 81.
Actor Cliff Robertson, who won an Oscar for "Charly" and saw his profile increase again, at age 79, thanks to a small but important role in the first "Spider-Man" pic, died Saturday, Sept. 10, of…
Peter Falk, the Emmy- and Tony-winning stage, screen and TV actor best known to world audiences as the always-underestimated police detective in the long-running telepic series "Columbo," died…
Elizabeth Taylor, the two-time Oscar winner who was as world famous for her private life as for her acting, died Wednesday in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure. She was 79.