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…
"Hell on Wheels" to launch third season Aug. 3.
R.G. Armstrong, a character actor with roles in a number of films by director Sam Peckinpah, as well as a vast number of credits in other Westerns for both the big- and smallscreen, died July 29 in…
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…
Singer-actor Russell Arms, who appeared regularly as a vocalist on NBC musical program "Your Hit Parade" in the 1950s, died Feb. 13 in Hamilton, Ill. He was 92.
Wilbur E. Mosier, who worked in film and television as an assistant director and production manager, died June 30 in Simi Valley, Calif., after suffering a stroke in April.
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…
Multihyphenate Clyde Ware, best known for his writing on such shows as "Gunsmoke," "Dynasty," and "Rawhide," died Aug. 30 in Los Angeles of cancer. He was 79.
Character actor Michael Pataki died Thursday in North Hollywood, Calif., of cancer. He was 72.
Emmy-nommed TV producer and director Bernard L. Kowalski died Oct. 26 in Los Angeles.
Frankie Laine, the big-voiced singer whose string of hits made him one of the most popular entertainers in the 1950s, died of heart failure Tuesday in San Diego, Calif. He was 93.