Gary Gerberg, co-producer and director on Fox TV series "Code 3," died Dec. 29 at his Santa Monica home of a heart attack.
Lifted to a November sweeps win in part by the miniseries "The Jacksons: An American Dream," ABC will go back to the Michael Jackson well in February via a 90-minute live Oprah Winfrey interview with…
There's a first time for everything, and for Spike Lee that means he finally has an agent, signing yesterday with International Creative Management, seven years after directing his first feature film.
Creative executive Rick Hess confirmed yesterday that he has ankled TriStar Pictures to accept an equity position and management post at the Pleskow-Spikings Partnership, which was launched in…
Phyllis Hill Ferrer Overton, legit and TV actress and former ballerina, died Jan. 1 in Los Angeles of lung cancer. She was 72.
In a restructuring of its sales staff, Tribune Entertainment Co. has named Larry Hutchings and Stephen Mulderrig as regional veepees for the company's Western and Eastern wings.
Gerald E. Jacobson, actor and arts administrator, died Dec. 26 in San Diego of complications due to AIDS. He was 46.
In anticipation of their ramped-up movie production schedule, Paramount Pictures has hired Tom Levine as a production veep for the Motion Picture Group, sources confirmed yesterday.
Bob Burkett has ankled as corporate affairs VP for Interscope to join the Geffen Co. as prez of the Geffen Foundation and exec veepee of public affairs of the parent company.
Rudolf Nureyev, the charismatic Soviet dancer whose daring dash to freedom opened a brilliant career that brought ballet to audiences around the world, died yesterday. He had been suffering from AIDS.