Ed Nelson, a star of the 1960s primetime soap “Peyton Place” and an actor with almost 200 credits, mostly in television, died on Saturday in Greensboro, N.C. He was 85. Nelson had most recently…
Ted Post, who directed numerous early TV shows as well as Clint Eastwood features “Hang ‘em High” and “Magnum Force,” died Tuesday in Santa Monica. He was 95. He also directed more than 20 series of…
John Kerr, a Tony winner and the star of the films "Tea and Sympathy" and "South Pacific," died suddenly after a short illness on Feb. 2. He was 81.
Television producer and executive Henry Colman -- whose credits include "The Love Boat" " and "Green Acres" -- died of natural causes on Nov. 7 in Venice, Calif. He was 89.
Yale Summers, an actor who co-starred in jungle adventure series "Daktari" before becoming heavily involved in the activities of the Screen Actors Guild by producing the guild's awards show, among…
Character actor Garry Walberg, who played the frequently exasperated Lt. Frank Monahan on NBC's "Quincy, M.E.," starring Jack Klugman, died March 27 in Northridge, Calif., of chronic pulmonary…
Writer, director and occasional producer Walter Doniger, who helmed numerous episodes of ABC’s 1960s primetime soap “Peyton Place,” died Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 94 and had Parkinson’s…
Sound mixer Gene S. Cantamessa, who earned an Oscar for his work on "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" as well as six other nominations, died in Los Angeles on Nov. 8 after a long hospitalization. He was…
David Nelson, who grew up in front of America in "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet," died Jan. 11 in Century City, Calif., of complications from colon cancer. He was 74.
Anna Karen Morrow, an actress who had a regular role on the prime-time soap opera "Peyton Place" and also appeared on Broadway, in films and on numerous other television shows, died July 1 in Los…