Just 11 months after joining American Film Technologies Inc., president and CEO Joseph Taritero has left the company.
Michelle P. Durham, 30, an administrative staffer at Warner Bros. Television, died Nov. 13 in Los Angeles, the victim of a fire.
Rebecca Foster and Stuart Gross, Aug. 14, Big Sur. Bride is non-pro; groom's president and chief executive officer of Harmony Pictures.
Teddy Riley, a veteran jazz trumpet player who blew "Taps" for Louis Armstrong, died Nov. 14 of a respiratory illness.
Ralph Kamon, longtime senior VP of business and legal affairs at Paramount Pictures, has been hired by the Los Angeles law firm of Arter, Hadden, Lawler, Felix & Hall. Showtime Networks Inc. vice…
Roy Acuff, hailed as "the king of country music" during 54 years on the Grand Ole Opry, and founder of one of country music's largest publishing companies, died here yesterday from congestive heart…
David Bright, a musical conductor, arranger and pianist, was killed in a head-on collision near his home in Palm Springs on Nov. 9. He was 49.
Veteran character actor and distinctive voice artist Sterling Holloway, 87, died Nov. 22 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles of cardiac arrest.
Ilse Lahn Waitzenkorn, 90, an agent, story editor and literary agent, died Nov. 18 at the Sherman Oaks Hospital of heart failure.
Services were held Nov. 15 for film editor Alan Howard Balsam, 42, who died Nov. 13 in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS.