Fred Baker, a filmmaker, actor, director, screenwriter and jazz musician, died of natural causes on June 5 in New York City. He was 78.
Actor Farley Granger, best known for his starring roles in two Alfred Hitchcock films, "Strangers on a Train" and "Rope," died Sunday of natural causes in New York City. He was 85.
Robert Calhoun, who won a 1987 Daytime Emmy Award for producing "As the World Turns" and was nominated for five more Emmys, died of lung cancer in New York on May 24. He was 77.
Stan Winston, one of the great names in special effects, has died at age 62. The Oscar-winning visual effects artist died at his home Sunday evening surrounded by family after a seven-year struggle…
Emmy-nommed writer Richard Baer, who wrote for TV shows including "Leave It To Beaver," "Bewitched," "The Munsters," "Barney Miller" and "MASH," died Feb. 22 in Santa Monica, Calif. after suffering a…
Two-time Emmy winning actress Lois Nettleton died Jan. 18 in Woodland Hills, Calif., after a long bout with lung cancer. She was 80.
After a long illness, the groundbreaking home-entertainment format VHS has died of natural causes in the United States. The format was 30 years old.