Teddy Riley, a veteran jazz trumpet player who blew "Taps" for Louis Armstrong, died Nov. 14 of a respiratory illness.
Raymond and Cheryl Katz, a boy, Brandon Michael, Oct. 29. Father's an entertainment analyst for Shearson Lehman Brothers.
Bryson B. Rash, 79, a pioneer broadcaster in both radio and TV who helped persuade President Harry Truman to deliver the first televised presidential address to the nation, died Nov. 10 of emphysema…
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…
Robert Reese, actor/producer, died Nov. 14 in Los Angeles of natural causes.
Veteran character actor and distinctive voice artist Sterling Holloway, 87, died Nov. 22 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles of cardiac arrest.
Actress Diane Varsi, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her first screen appearance as Lana Turner's troubled daughter in "Peyton Place," died Nov. 19 at age 54.
CEMA Distribution yesterday tapped Bud O'Shea as senior VP of catalog and new business development, responsible for international exploitation of the company's library and integration of new…
Services were held Nov. 15 for film editor Alan Howard Balsam, 42, who died Nov. 13 in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS.
Capital Cities/ABC has taken a significant step toward establishing its next generation of management by promoting ABC Entertainment president Robert A. Iger to president of the ABC TV Network Group…