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.
William Hickey, a character actor who achieved popularity late in his career with an Oscar nomination in 1985 portraying the shriveled, wise old Mafia Don in John Huston's "Prizzi's Honor," has died…
Saban Entertainment has bumped Rodd Feingold to VP, physical production. He’ll be responsible for all financial controls over the company’s live-action TV productions. Feingold joined Saban in 1993…
Patricia Rust and William Blinn, May 17, Oahu, Hawaii. Bride’s a writer-producer for TV and film; groom’s a TV producer. * * * Min Sun Park and Teddy Tenenbaum, May 18, West Hills. Bride and groom…
Annie Fratellini, one of the world's few female clowns and a member of France's best-known circus dynasty, died June 30 of cancer in Paris. She was 64.
German media heavyweight Bertelsmann AG announced Friday that Thomas Middelhoff, in charge of corporate development and multimedia, will replace Mark Woessner as chairman beginning next year.
Robert L. Hausfater, the founder of Roberts Record Distribution/Musical Isle, died May 28 of natural causes in St. Louis. He was 91.
Francis Richard Rose, a former child actor who appeared in silent films, died of heart failure May 21 at Northridge Hospital. His age was unreported.
Dorothy Buffum Chandler, Los Angeles philanthropist who lent her name to the large concert hall that serves as one of the anchors of the downtown Music Center, died Sunday. She was 96.
Michael F. Leone, a real estate developer and film producer whose production company, American Cinema Prods., grew into a $100 million publicly held company, died June 26 of amyotrophic lateral…