Susan Richmond, 58, died Feb. 23 in Miami after a long bout with cancer.
Fletcher Knebel, former syndicated columnist and co-author of the Cold War thriller "Seven Days in May," apparently committed suicide Feb. 26. He was 81.
Denice Kumagai, William Hoy, Feb. 13. Bride's an actress; groom's a film editor.
Mysterious Michael Jackson has started more movie companies than movies.
Alisha Ryu has joined CNN Intl. in Atlanta as a producer. She previously was a correspondent/ f ield producer for CNBC in Burbank. She also worked at NBC and was a production assistant at the Summer…
Thomas Dolby and Kathleen Beller, a girl, Talia Claire Robertson, Feb. 4, L.A. Father's a musician; mother's an actress.
Barbara Sheldon Edwards, wife of TV host-producer Ralph Edwards, died March 5 at her Beverly Hills home from complications of Parkinson's disease. She was 75.
Timothy Proser, casting director and partner in Mick Dowd Casting, died Feb. 21 at his home in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS.
Kevin Burns has been promoted to director of special productions at Twentieth TV. He had been manager of creative services for Twentieth's domestic TV unit since 1988.
Eddie Constantine, 75, American actor who became famous in Europe by portraying American tough-guy characters in films, died Feb. 25 in Wiesbaden, Germany, of a heart attack.
Ishiro Honda, who directed the first science fiction movies of the monster "Godzilla" stomping on famous landmarks, died Feb. 28 at Kono Hospital. He was 81.