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.
Joe Zomar, veteran film and TV special effects technician, died May 23 of lung cancer at Tarzana Regional Medical Center. He was 76.
Niki Minter Mancebo, 55, a producer of TV commercials in the United States and Europe, died of cancer on June 13 in Gearhart, Ore.
Joseph A. Cohen, who claimed the record for longest uninterrupted service as a reporter with Variety --- 44 years --- died July 6 in New York of heart failure. He was 86.
Film editor William P. Dornisch, who worked at Universal Studios for a number of years and later formed his own post-production company, died April 11 of heart failure in Marina del Rey. He was 60.
Richard M. Blumenberg, a cinema-photography professor at Southern Illinois U., died June 11 of leukemia in Carbondale, Ill. He was 62.
Marisa Fermin and David Ereshena, a girl, Siena Lee Ereshena, Feb. 19, Columbia West Hills. Mother’s VP, business and legal affairs, for Twentieth Television; father’s non-pro. * * * Adena…
Randy Levinson has been upped from VP to senior VP, creative affairs, for Universal Television Entertainment, a post that will find him continuing to oversee development of original made-for-cable…