Warner Bros. executive veepee of production Lisa Henson confirmed yesterday that she will ankle the studio on Dec. 31--destination unknown.
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.
Robert Decker, account executive for Rogers & Cowan, died Nov. 2 in his La Quinta home of complications due to AIDS.
Percy Herbert, 72, British character actor, died Dec. 6 in England of a heart attack.
Hank Worden, veteran character actor, died in his sleep of natural causes on Dec. 6. He was 91. Best known for his character roles in westerns, Worden's career began when he and roommate Tex Ritter…
Jean MacCurdy has been promoted to the newly created position of president at Warner Bros. Animation, consolidating the studio's animation operations and expanding her scope to include plans for…
Paula Corday, actress, died of complications due to diabetes Nov. 21 in Century City. She was 72.
Jackie Ioachim is now senior publicist for consumer public relations at Showtime Networks Inc., a new post. Ioachim spent six years at WNET in New York, holding a variety of publicity positions.
Felix Jackson, veteran writer/producer and ad exec, died Dec. 7 of congestive heart failure at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital in Woodland Hills. He was 90.
Women's clothier and leader in the Washington Jewish community Joseph B. Dratch, 76, died Nov. 7 of a heart attack at his home in Chevy Chase, Md.