Ann Marcus, who won an Emmy for “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman,” and worked on “Days of Our Lives,” “Knots Landing” and “Peyton Place,” died Wednesday at her home in Sherman Oaks. She was 93. Marcus, a…
Dennis Burkley, a character actor known for his brawny roles as truckers, bikers and rednecks, along with a stint as the voice of Principal Moss on Fox's “King of the Hill,” died in his sleep in…
Laurence Haddon, who appeared onstage and in TV shows including “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman,” died in May 10, in Santa Monica from complications associated with Lewy Body Disease. He was 90. Born in…
Philip Bruns, who co-starred in the 1970s comedy series "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," died in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Feb. 8, of natural causes. He was 80.
Character actor Frank Billerbeck, aka "Billy Beck," died of congestive heart failure June 29 in Glendale, Calif. He was 91.
Lawyers behind a class-action settlement that will resolve discrimination charges by aging Hollywood writers against 24 networks, production studios and talent agencies are hailing the agreement as a…
Beverly Garland, the B-movie actress who starred in 1950s cult hits like "Swamp Women" and "Not of This Earth" and who went on to play Fred MacMurray's TV wife on "My Three Sons," has died. She was…
Earle H. Hagen, Emmy-winning composer of some of the most familiar musical themes in television history, died of natural causes May 26 in Rancho Mirage, California. He was 88.
Positioning himself as a prime pic player, sitcom guru Norman Lear is teaming with Village Roadshow Pictures to expand Roadshow's overall movie slate with a $115 million investment.