Helen Mirren's Walk of Fame star ceremony on Hollywood today will be one of the rare instances in which she stoops to conquer.
Singer and actress Milly Ericson, who appeared with big bands including Tommy Dorsey's, as well as on TV, in film and onstage, died Dec. 13 in Los Angeles as a result of a traffic accident. She was…
Television and stage director David Pressman died Monday, Aug. 29, of natural causes in New York City. He was 97.
Tony-winning legiter Sutton Foster is expanding her reach: The thesp has signed with CAA, where she will be repped by a team headed by Joe Machota.
Thanks to "The Producers," "Blazing Saddles," "Young Frankenstein," "High Anxiety" and a slew of other movie, stage, TV and album hits, Mel Brooks' prominent place in the pantheon of comedy stars is…
Those charmed by the eclectic music and impish humor of concert-musical "Striking 12: The GrooveLily Holiday Show," which moved from Theatre-Works to Off Broadway success, may find expectations…
Actor John Bliss died Feb. 28 in Los Angeles of complications related to an abdominal aneurysm. He was 77.
Longtime Gersh agent Larry Taube has left to become a partner in Principal Entertainment, the management and production firm run by Estelle Lasher, Marsha McManus and Liz Robinson. Taube spent a…
The privacy with which Dean Martin wanted to live his life earns some respect in CBS' biopic of his early days partnered with comic Jerry Lewis: There's just no getting under this man's skin…