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.
Singer Lena Horne, who broke racial barriers as a Hollywood and Broadway star famed for her velvety rendition of "Stormy Weather," has died at age 92.
Producer and former studio executive David Brown, who produced Oscar-winning films including "The Sting" and "Driving Miss Daisy," died Sunday at the Manhattan home he shared with his wife Helen…
British-born actress Jean Simmons, who came to America via her role in Laurence Olivier's "Hamlet" and was a leading actress in the '50s and early '60s, died Friday at her home in Santa Monica after…
French director and noted film critic Eric Rohmer died Monday in Paris after being hospitalized for the past week.
A publicist says Jennifer Jones, who was nominated for Academy Awards five times and won for her portrayal of a saintly nun in "The Song of Bernadette," has died at age 90.
Iconoclastic writer Budd Schulberg, who penned the controversial Hollywood novels "What Makes Sammy Run?" and "The Disenchanted" and who won an Oscar for his original screenplay "On the Waterfront,"…
Karl Malden, the Oscar- and Emmy-winning character actor who was best known over his six-decade career as the star of TV series "The Streets of San Francisco" and a series of American Express…
Ed McMahon, the baritone-voiced announcer and commercial pitchman who served as Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show" sidekick for more than three decades, died early Tuesday at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical…