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.
Jane Russell, the voluptuous, heavily promoted star of Howard Hughes' controversial Western "The Outlaw," who later proved herself to be an adept comedienne and singer in such films as "Paleface" and…
Blake Edwards, the prolific writer-helmer behind the enduring "Pink Panther" series as well as such notable pics as "Days of Wine and Roses," "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "10," "S.O.B." and…
Dino De Laurentiis, who died Wednesday evening at his Beverly Hills home, leaves a legacy of showmanship and international financing innovations that will arguably be as long-lasting and influential…
Tony Curtis, leading man of the 1950s and '60s who gave impressive perfs in comedies such as "Some Like It Hot" and "The Great Race" as well as dramas including "Sweet Smell of Success" and "The…
Singer Eddie Fisher, one of the last pre-rock 'n' roll teen idols in the 1950s, who was married to Debbie Reynolds, Elizabeth Taylor and singer Connie Stevens, died Wednesday in Berkeley, Calif. He…
David L. Wolper, the prolific producer who spearheaded such landmark TV and film productions as "Roots," "The Making of the President 1960" and Jacques Cousteau's early specials, has died. He was 82.
Patricia Neal, the Oscar-winning star of "Hud" whose own life was sadder and more dramatic than most of her onscreen work, died of lung cancer Sunday in Edgartown, Mass. She was 84.
The actor was a perennial Hollywood bad boy whose 1969 biker pic "Easy Rider" came to define the youth film market.
Lena Horne died Sunday in New York. She was 92.