News Corp. veteran David Evans is leaving the Fox fold to become president and chief operating officer of the international arm of cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. as of Sept. 1.
William A. Jones has been upped to senior exec VP at Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer Inc., it was announced Monday by chairman and CEO Frank Mancuso.
Maurice (Muzzy) Marcellino, a former band singer in the 1930s who later provided music for Art Linkletter's radio and TV shows, died June 11 at his home in Sherman Oaks following a lengthy illness.
Adriaan van Limpt, once ranked by Daily Variety as the world's fourth-best tenor, has died. He was 61.
Phyllis Craig, the color design supervisor and internship coordinator for Film Roman whose career in animation spanned 45 years, died May 18 following surgery for a brain tumor. She was 68.
Charles Kuralt, a veteran of CBS News who covered hard-news stories but was happiest spinning his tales of offbeat Americans in out-of-the-way places, died Friday at age 62.
Albert Burkinshaw, who sang with some of the legendary big bands of the 1930s and 1940s, died May 18 of unreported causes in Los Angeles. He was 88.
Paula (Pepi) Luft, widow of Herbert Luft, a former producer who was also a two-time president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., died June 28 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center following a brief…
A private memorial for Hollywood legend Jimmy Stewart was scheduled for this afternoon at Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church.
Writer Elaine St. Johns, who was the daughter of the late Hollywood personality Adela Rogers St. Johns, died May 11 in Los Angeles of unreported causes. She was 78.