Edward O. Denault, who was head of production at CBS and later VP of production at Lorimar Television, died Aug. 21 in Mission Viejo, Calif., of heart failure. He was 86.
Character actor George DiCenzo,who portrayed prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi in "Helter Skelter," died Aug. 9 in Newtown, Pa. He was 70 and had been in failing health since a near-fatal accident a few…
Actor-producer James Gammon died July 16 of cancer in Costa Mesa, Calif. He was 70.
Showbiz veteran Merv Adelson has been retained to serve as an executive advisor and consultant to Warner Bros. Entertainment and its businesses in new media start-ups and other early development…
Graphic artist Lou Dorfsman, who helped mold the image of CBS, died Oct. 22.
Alexander (Sandy) Courage, composer of the original "Star Trek" theme and an Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated arranger for TV and movies, died May 15 in Pacific Palisades, Calif. He was 88 and had been…
Veteran thespians Warren Kemmerling and John Randolph have been named recipients of the Ralph Morgan award for service to the Hollywood branch of the Screen Actors Guild.
Prolific TV director Lee Philips, who began his career as an actor on the Philco Television Playhouse’s famous production of “Marty,” died at his Brentwood home March 3 of complications from…
There's not much to "Summer of the Monkeys." The family film set at the turn-of-the-century is dripping with old-fashioned values and warmth in the tradition of "The Waltons" and "Little House on the…
Richard M. Heller has been named president of television at Lee Rich Prods., the TV and feature film production company.