Lynette Amy Williams-Jones, 47, wife of United Intl. Pictures president/CEO Michael Williams-Jones, died Monday in London of cancer. Also survived by her sons Allan, 20, and Clive, 18, and a sister…
BISBEE, Ariz. (AP) -- John Horn, former public relations officer for CBS, died March 2 of heart failure.
MILAN, Italy (AP) -- Giovanni Testori, a leading Italian author, art critic and playwright, died Tuesday.
When former stage grip Rockwell C. Spooner died five months ago at age 87, his death notice cited lung cancer, but he also had been suffering from dementia during the last year of his life. Spooner…
Jackie Barnett, television writer and producer, died Feb. 27 after a long illness. He was 72. Born and raised in New Jersey, Barnett began writing material for various performers while still in his…
Helen Hayes, 92, whose onstage versatility and offstage generosity earned her the title "First Lady of the American Theater," died yesterday in the New York suburb of Nyack.
Christy's Editorial Film Supply co-founder Betty Ann Christy died Sunday of cancer. She was 59. The longtime Burbank resident moved to Oxnard 13 years ago.
Time Warner Inc. named Kelso Sutton executive vice president of Time Inc. Sutton, 54, was most recently president of Time Inc.'s book division, a position that's being eliminated.
Helen M. Heer, who played piano and organ in theaters and clubs along the West Coast for nearly 80 years, has died of a massive stroke. Heer was in her early 90s, said her nephew Art McLain.
Todd Tappin has been promoted to VP finance for domestic homevideo at 20th Century Fox Inc. Also, Mary McLaren was promoted to vice president of finance and administration for FoxVideo's…