Legh Knowles, a leader in the wine industry and former trumpeter for the Glenn Miller Orchestra, has died following a long illness. He was 78.
Karen Loewinger and Brad Sraberg, Sept. 13, Brentwood. Bride’s director of publicity, West Coast, Turner Network Television Originals; groom’s non-pro.
Maureen Downey Hartman, a former TV and film producer and wife of former "Good Morning America" host David Hartman, died of cancer Sept. 17 at her home in Harrison, N.Y. She was 53.
Warner Bros. has tapped Ernie Johnston to fill the newly created post of vice president of promotions and field publicity for the studio's theatrical marketing department.
John K. Wordell, a former actor, composer, broadcaster, writer and Secret Service agent, died Aug. 7 at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, Mass. He was 92.
It was no ordinary party 20th Century Fox threw Friday in Gotham for its new pic "A Life Less Ordinary." The shindig, co-hosted by Vogue editor Anna Wintour, took place at that hottest of hot spots…
Dorothy Kingsley, a prolific screenwriter whose credits included "Kiss Me Kate," "Can-Can," "Valley of the Dolls" and the original and remade versions of "Angels in the Outfield," died of heart…
John Levoff has been named to the newly created position of executive producer of movies at UPN. Levoff, most recently president of his own production company, New Frontier Entertainment, will head…
Mary Munday, a film and television actress whose career spanned five decades, died Sept. 30 of cancer at her home in West Hollywood. She was 71.