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Richard H. Berger


Richard H. Berger, longtime movie, TV and theatrical producer and theater founder, died Oct. 8 of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles. He was 94. Berger, whose forte was producing book…


Jimmy Caesar


Jimmy Caesar, an impersonator who opened for Milton Berle, Norm Crosby and Bob Hope, died Oct. 2 in Las Vegas of undisclosed causes. He was 63. Caesar’s impersonations led him across the United…

Jack Haskell


Television personality Jack Haskell died Sept. 26 of natural causes at the Actors Fund Nursing Home in Englewood, N.J. He was 79. Haskell began his entertainment career at Northwestern University…

Rolland M. Brooks


Rolland M. Brooks, a longtime art director for film and television, died Sept. 24 of natural causes in Monterey. He was 90. Brooks, a native of Tacoma, Wash., attended UC Berkeley and UC Davis. He…

Bruce Williamson


Noted film critic Bruce Williamson, who served as a contributing editor to Playboy magazine for 30 years, died Oct. 6 of bladder cancer at New York Presbyterian Hospital. He was 71. A native of…

Charleye Wright


Charleye Wright, who delivered morning sports reports on KNX radio for three years, died Tuesday of complications following kidney surgery. He was 61. Wright also worked for KLAC, KABC, KPRO in…

Marvin P. Gay


Marvin P. Gay Sr., who shot to death his Grammy Award-winning son, singer Marvin Gaye, during a 1984 argument, died Oct. 17. He was 84. Cause of death was not released. Gay shot his son April 1…

AFI has ‘Bella’ gala


The AFI L.A. International Film Festival kicked off Oct. 22 with Miramax's "Life Is Beautiful." And while the opening speeches were fine, the most inspired gesture came from the Chinese theater's…

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