William Christopher, the actor who played the sensitive and soft-spoken Father John Mulcahy on the long-running CBS comedy “M*A*S*H,” died Saturday at his home in Pasadena, Calif. He was 84. The…
Australian filmmaker George Miller, director of "Mad Max: Fury Road," was in L.A. briefly to accept an Environmental Media Award for his work, including his activism on Save Watsons Bay. He spoke…
Actress Marcia Strassman, known for her roles in such hits as “Welcome Back, Kotter” and “MASH,” died Friday after a long fight with breast cancer, her sister Julie Strassman confirmed. She was 66…
The drumbeat regarding the "Breaking Bad" finale has led to the inevitable speculation on whether the final chapter in this serialized gem will live up to the hype or disappoint (thank you, "Dexter,"…
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Allan Arbus, who ran a photography business with his wife Diane Arbus before becoming an actor who starred in “MASH,” died April 19 in Los Angeles. He was 95. His daughter Amy (pictured above)…
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Larry Gelbart, the seasoned comedy writer heralded for developing the small screen adaptation of "MASH" and penning the 1982 smash "Tootsie," died Friday after a battle with cancer. He was 81.