Karen Black, who was supporting Oscar-nommed for “Five Easy Pieces” and starred in films including “Nashville” and “Easy Rider,” died Thursday after a long battle with ampullary cancer. She was 74…
Walter Mathews, stage, film, and TV actor, died of natural causes in Mountain Center, Calif., on April 28. He was 85.
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.
Composer Fred Steiner, who wrote the themes for "Perry Mason" and "Rocky and Bullwinkle" and who later became a respected film-music historian and musicologist, died of natural causes Thursday at his…
Paul Picerni, who played Eliot Ness' sidekick in TV's "The Untouchables," died Jan. 13 in Palmdale, Calif., following a heart attack. He was 88.
Actress Corinne Camacho, who was featured in dozens of skeins from "The Bionic Woman" to "The Rockford Files" and "Medical Center," died Sept. 15 in Beaverton, Ore., of cancer. She was 68.
Tone of series is reminiscent of an indie film, dragging auds through nuanced twists and turns.
Casting director Caro Jones, who cast more than 1,000 TV shows and films including "Rocky," died of multiple myloma on Sept. 3 in Los Angeles. She was 86.
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.
David K. Mannix has been named senior VP of worldwide facilities and administrative services at Sony Pictures Entertainment.
"Superman Kills Self" ranks as one of the most traumatic newspaper headlines of the 1950s to many Americans who were kids then, and the little-discussed sad and seamy aspects of the case are explored…