Deadline Hollywood, reported March 29, 2019: June Harding Dies: ‘The Trouble With Angels’ Actress Was 81.
June Harding, a versatile actress whose film debut in The Trouble With Angels made her a teenage rebel icon, has died. She was 81 and passed away in hospice care in Deer Isle, Maine, according to her brother.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 29, 2019: Shane Rimmer Dies: Longtime Screen & Voice Actor In Bond Films, ‘Thunderbirds’ & Much More Was 89.
Shane Rimmer, whose 60-year career as a character and voice actor included three James Bond films, a lead turn in the 1960s puppet series Thunderbirds and uncredited bit role in the original Star Wars, died early today at his home in England. He was 89. No cause of death was announced.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 24, 2019: Larry Cohen Dies: Creator Of ‘Branded,’ ‘The Invaders’ And Horror Classic ‘It’s Alive’ Was 77.
Larry Cohen, whose cult classic horror film It’s Alive spawned two sequels and remains a fan favorite, has died. He was 77 and passed Saturday night in Los Angeles, with his death announced on his official Facebook page.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 21, 2019: Eunetta T. Boone Dies: ‘One On One’ Creator, ‘Raven’s Home’ Showrunner Was 63.
This is sad news for the TV writing community. Veteran comedy writer/producer and screenwriting teacher Eunetta T. Boone, who created the 2001 comedy series One on One, has passed away suddenly from an apparent heart attack. Boone, who was found unresponsive in her Los Angeles home on Wednesday morning, was 63.
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Raven’s Home marked a return to TV for Boone, who was a rising-star TV comedy writer in the 1990s and early 2000s, working on such popular series as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Living Single, The Parent ‘Hood, The Hughleys and My Wife and Kids.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 19, 2019: Norman Hollyn Dies: ‘Sophie’s Choice’ And ‘Heathers’ Editor Was 66.
Celebrated film editor and music editor and USC School of Cinematic Arts professor Norman Hollyn died in Yokohama, Japan Sunday night from coronary embolism and cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 17, 2019: Richard Erdman Dies: Veteran Character Actor In Film, TV Was 93.
Richard Erdman, a film and TV actor who made a long career as an affable sidekick and character actor, has died. He was 93 and no cause of death was given.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 14, 2019: Dr. Jim Raman Dies: ‘Amazing Race’ Contestant Was 42 Years Old.
Orthodontist Dr. Jim Raman, who was part of the 25th season of CBS reality competition The Amazing Race, has died in his native South Carolina at age 42.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 14, 2019: Chico, Chihuahua Star Of Broadway’s ‘Legally Blonde’, Amazon Reality Series Dies At 14.
Chico, the Chihuahua who appeared in the entire 2007-08 Broadway run of Legally Blonde – The Musical, as well as the national tour, regional productions, an MTV taping of the show and an Amazon reality series about his owner and trainer Bill Berloni, died March 11. He was 14, and his death was announced by Berloni.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 13, 2019: George Morfogen Dies: ‘Oz’, Broadway Actor Was 86.
George Morfogen, an actor whose career spanned Broadway (most recently in 2008’s A Man For All Seasons), film (1972’s What’s Up, Doc?) and the TV role for which he’s probably most widely known — as the seen-it-all inmate Bob Rebadow of HBO’s Oz — died March 8 at his home in New York.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 22, 2019: ‘Supernatural’ To End After Season 15 On The CW.
The longest-running series on the CW is coming to an end. Supernatural will wrap its run after its upcoming 15th season, which will consist of 20 episodes. Stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and Misha Collins made the announcement in a video posted on Instagram Friday.
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Deadline Hollywood, reported March 12, 2019: Bill Creber Dies: ‘Planet Of The Apes’ Art Director And Oscar-Nominated Production Designer Was 87.
Oscar-nominated art director and production designer Bill Creber died in Los Angeles March 7 of complications from pneumonia after a prolonged illness, Deadline has learned. He was 87.
NPR, reported March 18, 2019: Surf Guitar Legend Dick Dale Dies At 81.
Dick Dale died on Saturday at the age of 81 after fighting cancer and diabetes for many years. He was the master of surf music and a surfer himself who wanted his music to capture that experience, as he told Fresh Air in 1993.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 10, 2019: Jed Allan Dies: Soap Star On ‘Days Of Our Lives’ And ‘Santa Barbara’ Was 84.
Actor Jed Allan, who built a long career in soap operas and other media as a family patriarch, died Saturday, according to his son’s post on Facebook. He was 84.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 8, 2019: Jan-Michael Vincent Dies: ‘Airwolf’ Star & Golden Globe Nominee Was 73.
Jan-Michael Vincent, who briefly rose to prominence as a young leading man in films in the 1970s and 1980s then became a TV star with CBS’ action series Airwolf in the mid-’80s, died February 10 in North Carolina. He was 73.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 5, 2019: King Kong Bundy Dies: Pro Wrestler In WWF Golden Age Was 61.
King Kong Bundy, who joined the original World Wrestling Federation in the early 1980s and participated in the first two WrestleMania events that helped launch the sport of pro wrestling into the pop culture mainstream, died Monday at age 61. The WWE confirmed the news Tuesday; the cause of death was not disclosed.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 4, 2019: Keith Flint Dies: Singer & Frontman Of Controversial Band The Prodigy Was 49.
Keith Flint, the double-mohawked lead singer and founding member of the controversial British rave band The Prodigy, was found dead in Essex, England, today, his death apparently by suicide. He was 49.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 3, 2019: Janice Freeman Dies: ‘The Voice’ Contestant Was 33 Years Old.
Former The Voice Season 13 contestant Janice Freeman died Saturday, March 2 in Pasadena, Calif. of a blood clot. She was 33 years old and her death was confirmed by her family.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 1, 2019: Nathaniel Taylor Dies: ‘Sanford And Son’ Sidekick Rollo Was 80.
Nathaniel Taylor, the actor best known for playing smooth-talking sidekick Rollo Lawson on 1970s sitcom Sanford and Son, died Feb. 27 at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center after suffering a heart attack. He was 80.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 28, 2019: André Previn Dies: Four-Time Oscar-Winning Composer Was 89.
André Previn, the four-time Oscar-winning composer and conductor, died today at his home in New York. He was 89.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 25, 2019: Beverley Owen Dies: ‘The Munsters’ Original Marilyn Was 81.
Beverley Owen, an actress best known for her one-season stint as the beautiful non-monster Marilyn on the CBS classic ’60s sitcom The Munsters, died Feb. 21 at her home in Vermont. She was 81.
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