Actress Janet Carroll, who appeared on television and onstage but was perhaps most recognized for her first film role, as Tom Cruise's oblivious mother in "Risky Business," died May 22 in New York…
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Actor Graham Brown, who performed with Minneapolis' Guthrie Theater (of which he was a founding member), the New York Shakespeare Festival, London's newly reconstructed Globe Theater and most notably…
Following a recent off West End run, solo show "A Round-Heeled Woman," starring Sharon Gless, will transfer to the West End's Aldwych Theater for a limited engagement that begins Nov. 24.
Actress Doris Belack, who appeared as the original Anna Wolek Craig on "One Life to Live" and recurred as a judge on "Law and Order" during a long career in television and film, died of natural…
Film and television director Reza Badiyi, who won a DGA Award for the most overall hours of television directed, died Saturday, Aug. 20, of natural causes in Los Angeles. He was 81.
Reality blurred by fantasy, teen sexuality, Internet chatrooms, a murky murder plot -- it's not a new HBO drama, it's "Two Boys," the disquieting and absorbing first opera from composer Nico Muhly.
Jackie Cooper, the first child star of the talkie era who continued acting into adulthood and also had a career as a TV director, producer and executive, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 88.
Thesp Janet MacLachlan, who played the compassionate teacher in "Sounder" and worked for actors' rights, died Oct. 11 in Los Angeles after a heart attack. She was 77.
Vonetta McGee, star of several blaxploitation-era films including "Blacula" and "Shaft in Africa," died July 9 in Berkeley, Calif., after being taken off life support following cardia arrest. She was…
"CSI" creator Anthony Zuiker has lined up another new project at CBS.
Howard Dayton, a character actor who appeared in dozens of films and TV shows from the 1960s to the 1980s, died of pneumonia May 31 in Los Angeles. He was 81.