Parke Levy, who created the mother-in-law TV series "December Bride" and wrote and directed for the hit radio show "My Friend Irma," has died at age 84.
Michael Kanin, a playwright and screenwriter who shared an Oscar in 1942 for the Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy film classic "Woman of the Year," has died at age 83.
Gregory Pickert and Beth Price, twin boys, Sean Gregory, Michael Ryan, Feb. 16, St. John's Hospital, Santa Monica. Father is a principal in Oberman, Tivoli & Low Inc., a business management and film…
Jim Boyd, a country-western performer who recorded hundreds of songs with "Bill and the Cowboy Ramblers," died of lung cancer Thursday in Dallas at age 78 .
Madonna's multimedia outfit Maverick has confirmed the appointment of Iris Dugow as president of Maverick TV Co. Dugow will serve as a producer, writer and director on selected projects in addition…
M.E. (Gene) Hall, founder of an influential jazz program at the U. of North Texas, died March 4 of a heart attack.
Robert Drake and Gigi Duenas Drake, a girl, Olivia Rae Duenas Drake, Dec. 17, Holy Cross Medical Center, Mission Hills.
Singleton Palmer, a member of the Count Basie band from 1947 to 1949, died of bone cancer March 8.
Michael Havas, retired studio executive, died March 6 in New York City from complications of asthma.
Manuel da Fonseca, one of Portugal's most prominent writers and poets, died March 11 of cancer. He was 81.