Actress and singer Carmelita Faye Ulven Corps died of cancer Aug. 18 in Panorama City. She was 72. Better known as Carmelita Wayne, Corps was a performer with the USO during World War II. She acted…
The Shooting Gallery's docu "Free Tibet," which chronicles the 1996 San Francisco Tibetan Freedom Concert, preemed Sept. 9 in Hollywood.
Primetime sudser "Melrose Place" celebrated its 200th episode Sept. 9 at L.A. eatery Alto Palato. The evening had a celebratory and jovial mood with cast members mingling comfortably with guests.
Leo Penn, an Emmy-winning television director and actor, died Saturday of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 77. Father of actor-director Sean, Penn won his Emmy in 1973 for directing a two-hour episode…
James E. Henry, a productions director at Showstar Prods., died of heart failure Aug. 26 in Los Angeles. He was 49. Henry was a native of Auburn, Wash., and lived in Los Angeles for the past 25…
"What?! You didn't get my e-mail?" In classic "Dilbert" form, the cartoon's creator, Scott Adams, is coming to Broadway.
Warner Bros.' Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner- produced Steve Prefontaine biopic "Without Limits" had its Hollywood premier Tuesday night with a screening in Westwood and a party at Spago.
MaryAnne Kasica-Scheff, who wrote for episodic television shows including “Magnum, P.I.” and “Murder She Wrote,” died Saturday in Los Angeles of a brain tumor. She was 58. Kasica-Scheff began her…
A memorial service for longtime literary agent Sylvia Hirsch will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills. Hirsch, 86, died of cancer Aug. 27 in Los Angeles. Services…
Leonardo DiCaprio looked to be having the time of his life as he was snatched out of the audience and hoisted skyward while attending Off Broadway's "Villa Villa" on Sept. 3.