Singer-bandleader Billy Eckstine, whose warm baritone graced a string of '40 s and '50s hits such as "Fools Rush In" and "Everything I Have Is Yours," died yesterday. He was 78.
Cyril Collard, 35, French writer, actor and director who shot to prominence last year with his debut film "Les Nuits Fauves," died Friday in Paris of AIDS complications.
Denice Kumagai, William Hoy, Feb. 13. Bride's an actress; groom's a film editor.
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…
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.
Thomas Dolby and Kathleen Beller, a girl, Talia Claire Robertson, Feb. 4, L.A. Father's a musician; mother's an actress.
Douglas Marland, an Emmy-winning writer for "As the World Turns," died Saturday in Norwalk, Conn., of complications from surgery performed earlier in the week, the program's publicist announced. He…
Bruce L. Wendell, radio producer for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service, died Jan. 25 of heart failure. He was 78.
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.
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.