Tom Prideaux, a theater critic and former senior editor of Life magazine, died March 8 in New York.
Edward G. Greer, a retired theater director and drama professor, died May 7 of congestive heart failure at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. He was 73.
Artist and filmmaker Robert Lapoujade, best known for his painted portraits of French literary greats such as Jean-Paul Sartre and Andre Breton, died.
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Jonathan Axelrod will give up his position as co-chairman and CEO at the Producers Entertainment Group, with co-chair Harvey Bibicoff assuming his responsibilities.
Producer Judith Polone is severing ties to Hearst Entertainment with seven months remaining on her contract and will go the independent route, taking several projects in development with her.
Jill Green has been named senior veepee, creative advertising, for 20th Century Fox, effective June 1.
Howard Goldberg, talent agent and founding partner of Innovative Artists, died Sunday from AIDS complications in Los Angeles. He was 40.
Minnie L. Gentry, a stage, TV and movie actress whose roles included Gram Tee on "The Cosby Show" and Aunt Bessie on daytime's "All My Children," died May 11. She was 77.
Christopher R. Sergel, president of the Dramatic Publishing Co. and a Broadway playwright, died May 7 of heart failure at his home in Connecticut. He was 75.
Ken Jones, a veteran local TV newsman known for his reports on the 1965 Watts riots and the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, died May 14. He was 54.
Donald Kvares, a playwright, died May 4 of complications from diabetes.