Romeo Muller, who wrote such perennial Yuletide TV specials as "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,""Frosty the Snowman" and "The Little Drummer Boy," died yesterday morning at his home in High Falls…
Local TV pioneer Johnny Grant today will relinquish his administrative duties and veepee stripes at KTLA after 42 years with the Los Angeles indie.
Tap dancer Eddie Brown, who won fame as a master of rhythm tap improvisation and schooled another generation of dancers, died Monday at 74 after a long battle with cancer.
Rosel H. Hyde, 92, who helped establish U.S. communications policy as a member of the Federal Communications Commission from 1946-69, died Dec. 19 in Bethesda, Md., following a stroke. Born in…
Dr. Jennifer Patterson and Howard Stringer, an adopted boy, David Ridley Stringer, Dec. 26. Father is prexy CBS/Broadcast Group; mother is non-pro.
Dean Salmon, sound mixer for more than 30 years, died Dec. 19 of natural causes at the Motion Picture Hospital.
Zepha Bogert, a founding member of Women in Film, died Dec. 6 in Toluca Lake after a long illness.
Louis Mattioli, 38, publicist for the Arts & Entertainment Network as well as a writer, director and performer, died Dec. 1 in Manhattan following a sudden illness.
Theodore Ripp, 78, father of rock 'n' roll music pioneer Artie Ripp, died Dec. 21 in North Hollywood of respiratory complications.
Costumer Robert Tanella, 42, died Dec. 16 at his home in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS. He was most recently on the "Cheers" crew and had been with the show for 10 seasons.