Stephen Harvey, 43, associate curator in the Dept. of Film at the Museum of Modern Art, died Jan. 1 in New York of pneumonia and AIDS-related complications.
Actor Peter Brocco, who appeared on stage and television and in more than 80 films from early talkies to "Twilight Zone: The Movie," died Sunday of a heart attack at his home. He was 89.
Constance Carpenter, 87, a Broadway actress who starred opposite Yul Brynner in "The King and I," died Dec. 26 in Manhattan of a stroke.
Johanna Denise Kirby, actress whose photo is seen every week in ABC's "The Wonder Years," died Dec. 29 from septic shock.
Twentieth Century Fox president and chief operating officer Strauss Zelnick has re-pacted with the studio for three more years with newly added creative responsibilities.
Chris Pula has been named New Line Cinema's president of theatrical marketing , as part of the company's aggressive restructuring of itsmarketing division in advance of its high-profile 1993 release…
Services were held Dec. 26 for Elliot Fields, carpet industry executive and the brother of producer Freddie Fields, who died Dec. 23 in Los Angeles. He was 74.
Ronald Kulberg and Lori Rubenstein, a girl, Shari June Kulberg, Nov. 6, L.A. Father's a residual/collections representative for the Writers Guild of America West; mother's non-pro.
Show business columnist Lee Graham died Dec. 22 of diabetes at Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Hollywood.
Concert violinist Nathan Milstein, considered one of the foremost violinists of his generation for his renditions of Beethoven and Bach, died Dec. 21. He was 87.