French actress Olga Georges-Picot died in Paris on June 19. She was 53.
Marie S. Pryor, wife of former Daily Variety editor Tom Pryor, died Wednesday at Encino Hospital following an extended illness. She was 85.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has beefed up its human resources profile with the appointment of two new VPs, one handling corporate human resources, the other international.
Radio and TV writer Barbara Smitten Merlin, who began writing for radio programs in the late 1930s and later produced scripts for such TV shows as "The Millionaire" and "77 Sunset Strip," died July…
Douglas Evan Coote, father of Village Roadshow president Greg Coote, died July 5 of natural causes in Sydney, Australia. He was 87.
Jessica Drake and Kenneth Young, a girl, Melina Drake Young, June 12, Good Samaritan Hospital. Mother's a speech and dialect coach for numerous thesps; father's non-pro. Maternal grandmother's Sylvie…
Edward H. Greenberg, a former head of advertising and publicity at Universal Studios during the 1960s and 1970s, died Aug. 4 of a heart attack at his home in Newport Beach. He was 86.
Producer David Foster has inked a long-term, multimillion-dollar pact with Warner Music Group and expanded his label deal with Atlantic into a joint venture. Foster said the new deal suggests he'll…
Jim Banister has had his stripes at Warner Bros. Online burnished anew, becoming VP and G.M. of the corporate/entertainment Net-based division of the studio.
UCLA Film and Television Archives and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art kicked off "Electric Shadows '97: A Pan-Asian Film Festival" Thursday with a screening of King Hu's 1975 martial arts…