Craig Hunegs has been tapped to replace Nancy Tellem as executive vice president of business and financial affairs at Warner Bros. TV.
Mark Tan, a Las Vegas-based writer and critic for various newspapers, died April 25 of complications from an aneurysm in Las Vegas. He was 60.
Pearl Jaffe, a cabaret singer in New York for over 60 years, died June 6 of natural causes in Roswell, Ga. She was 89.
Joey Faye, a burlesque comic who appeared in 36 Broadway shows, performed with stripper Gypsy Rose Lee and played the dancing grapes in Fruit of the Loom commercials, died April 26 of complications…
Deborah Kaplan has been named director of development for Warner Bros. TV's Bright/Kauffman/Crane Prods., which produces NBC's "Friends" and the upcoming "Veronica's Closet."
Eugene (Gene) Ames, brother of actor-singer Ed Ames and a member of the popular Ames Brothers singing group during the 1950s, died April 26 in Scottsdale, Ariz., following a lengthy battle with…
News Corp. Wednesday named Roger Fishman to a new senior VP of marketing post designed to tap synergies between company units.
Costume designer Marjorie O. Best, who garnered an Oscar in 1949 as one of the three designers on the Errol Flynn starrer "The Adventures of Don Juan," died June 14 of heart failure at her Toluca…
Brian Keith, the burly, gruff film and TV performer who gained his greatest fame in the 1960s sitcom classic "Family Affair," shot and killed himself Tuesday in the wake of a series of medical and…
Lori and Marko Joelson, twin girls, Jessica Aron and Margaux Benee, May 9, Woodland Hills. Mother's a paralegal for the entertainment law firm of Troop, Meisieger, Stuber & Pasiel; father's a…