Cynthia A. Parsons and Wayne Cummings McDaniel, Nov. 14, Boston. Bride's a producer for NBC Television in New York.
Ina Souez, the 1930s operatic toast of Europe who became a dizzy diva with Spike Jones and his satirical City Slickers after her voice faded, has died at age 89.
Mark Badagliacca has been promoted to VP, planning, for Paramount Pictures. He will be responsible for the preparation of business plans and all related by-product profitability estimates for the…
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Television and comedy writer and record producer/performer Valentine Edward (Ed) Monaghan, 57, died Dec. 3 at the V.A. Medical Center in Westwood. Cause of death is unknown, pending autopsy.
Warner Bros. Intl. has promoted Angelina Speare to VP of administration, theatrical distribution.
Percy Herbert, 72, British character actor, died Dec. 6 in England of a heart attack.
Susan and Ted Polmanski, a girl, Hayley Faith, Sept. 13, Tarzana Medical Center. Mother is controller for Patchett Kaufman Entertainment; father is director of photography for NBC.
Robert Decker, account executive for Rogers & Cowan, died Nov. 2 in his La Quinta home of complications due to AIDS.
Paula Corday, actress, died of complications due to diabetes Nov. 21 in Century City. She was 72.
Michael Firmature, a publicist, died Dec. 3 of complications from AIDS. He was 36.