Laurel Cronin, 53, an actress, singer and dancer, died Oct. 26 in Chicago from cancer. Cronin moved to Los Angeles two years ago after a 30-year career in Chicago theater.
Orion senior VP corporate and public affairs Paul Wagner has declined the company's offer to move west. He plans to open a pubbery, Wagner Associates, in Greenwich, Conn., in January.
Orion Pictures filed 10-Qs for its 1993 first and second fiscal quarters, ending May 31 and Aug 31, 1992, respectively, with the Securities & Exchange Commission on Friday. The first-quarter summary…
Nobel Peace Prize winner and indigenous-peoples-rights activist Rigoberta Menchu and a group of Hollywood celebrities will dramatize world hunger at the third Oxfam America Hollywood Hunger Banquet…
An aide to California Gov. Pete Wilson has leveled sharp criticism at a Chicago court's decision tossing out new Federal Communications Commission financial interest and syndication rules.
Regina Carrol, 49, actress who frequently starred in films directed by her husband, Al Adamson, died Nov. 4 in St. George, Utah, of cancer.
Motion Picture trade journalist Richard Gertner died of heart failure Sept. 14 at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. He was 66.
Indian film director Mira Nair, now based in Uganda, is to film an adaptation of one of South African author Athol Fugard's early works, "Tsotsi," in South Africa next year.
Leroy Lusk, who served as camera optical supervisor for Mercer Titles and Optical Effects since 1986, died of a heart attack on Oct. 30 at St. Joseph's Hospital.
Ron Bair, a former mayor and longtime local television personality, died Nov. 6 of cancer in San Diego.