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…

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…


Mark Williams


Mark Williams, best remembered as a special-effects artist for features including “The Brain” and “Blue Monkey,” died May 27 of respiratory failure at Kaiser Hospital in Panorama City. He was 38…

Roswell B. Rogers


Roswell B. Rogers, a four-time Emmy-nominated writer, died Aug. 6 from complications due to Parkinson's disease at his daughter's home in Monterey County. He was 87. Rogers garnered all four of his…

Donald Francis Smith


Donald Francis Smith, a veteran ABC newsman who retired from WXIA-TV four years ago, died Aug. 9 of a heart attack in Atlanta. He was 69. Smith worked for ABC for 19 years, including stints in its…

William Stokes


William “Bill” Stokes, a sound technician who worked in TV as well as feature films, died May 16 at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital in Woodland Hills following an extended illness. He was…

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