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It's one of Vince Vaughn's worst nightmares: being waylaid on the set of his latest movie, the remake of "Psycho," by a motormouthed young 16mm filmmaker pleading with the actor to drop everything…

Peter Tors


Peter Tors, an actor, stuntman and director and son of the late Ivan Tors, producer of the film “Flipper,” died July 29 of a massive heart attack in Miami, Fla. He was 41. Tors began his film career…

Christopher M. Idoine


Christopher M. Idoine, an art director for theater groups and numerous TV productions including “Murphy Brown,” died Aug. 11 of a heart attack at his home in Los Angeles. He was 53. A graduate of…


Sigmund Miller


Sigmund Miller, a playwright, screenwriter and author who was blacklisted in the 1950s, died Aug. 5 at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City due to complications from pneumonia. He was 87. A…

Richard B. Weaver


Richard B. Weaver, a longtime Broadway press agent, died May 17 in New York following a lengthy illness. He was 88. Weaver, who entered the theater business as a press agent for the Theater Guild…

Theodore Apstein


Theodore Apstein, a playwright, screenwriter and retired adjunct professor of playwrighting at UCLA, died July 26 after suffering a stroke. He was 80. Before coming to UCLA in 1965, Apstein taught…

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Ralph Bell


Ralph Bell, longtime voiceover artist and SAG leader who began his career as a radio performer, died Aug. 2 following a massive heart attack in New York. He was 82. He landed several roles on…

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