Deadline Hollywood, reported July 21, 2019: Paul Krassner Dies: Author And Radical Activist Was 87.
Paul Krassner, an author and radical political activist credited with naming the Yippies, has died. He passed Sunday at his home in Desert Hot Springs, according to his daughter, Holly Krassner Dawson. He was 87.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 11, 2019: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Dog Who Played Cheddar Dies At 13.
Stewart, the sweet and playful corgi who played Captain Raymond Holt’s (Andre Braugher) dog Cheddar on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, has died. He was 13.
The Sydney Morning Herald, reported July 16, 2019: Australian actor Richard Carter dies aged 65.
The Sydney-born screen veteran, a memorable face across almost four decades of work, featured in films including The Great Gatsby, Gettin' Square and Happy Feet, and was a regular fixture on Australian TV including shows such as Rake, Pizza, Blue Heelers, Wildside, A Country Practice and Rafferty's Rules.

His final scene-stealing role was as the deranged Bullet Farmer in George Miller's 2015 blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 9, 2019: Ross Perot Dies: Third-Party Presidential Candidate Of 1990s Was 89.
H. Ross Perot, the Texas billionaire who became a seemingly perennial third-party presidential candidate of the 1990s, died this morning after a five-month struggle with leukemia. He was 89.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 3, 2019: Arte Johnson Dies: Emmy-Winning ‘Laugh-In’ Standout Was 90.
Arte Johnson, who won an Emmy for his memorable work on Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In and worked in TV and film for nearly half a century, died early Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, his family said announced. He was 90 and had battled bladder and prostate cancer for the past three years.
Very interesting, but sad.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 30, 2019: ‘Abby’s’, ‘The Village’ & ‘The Enemy Within’ Canceled By NBC After One Season.
NBC has made a decision on its new midseason series, comedy Abby’s and dramas The Village and The Enemy Within. All three have been canceled, joining sophomore midseason comedy, A.P. Bio, which was axed last Friday.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 27, 2019: Bill Buckner Dies: Ex-MLB Star Who Rectified Infamous World Series Error On ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Was 69.
Bill Buckner, a longtime baseball star who spoofed his crucial late-career World Series error on Curb Your Enthusiasm, died today. He was 69. Sportswriter Jeremy Schaap tweeted that Buckner’s widow Jody said had been suffering from Lewy body dementia.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 14, 2019: Tim Conway Dies: ‘Carol Burnett Show’ & ‘McHale’s Navy’ Standout Was 85.
Tim Conway, the six-time Emmy winner who reveled in cracking up straight man Harvey Korman on The Carol Burnett Show and flummoxed Ernest Borgnine on McHale’s Navy, died today in Los Angeles. He was 85. He had been rendered mute since undergoing brain surgery last year.
Deadline Hollywood, reported April 26, 2019: ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Canceled By Netflix After 3 Seasons.
There will be no fourth season for Netflix’s dark comedy series Santa Clarita Diet as the streaming giant has opted to cancel the series starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant. The news comes almost a month after the March 29 release of the show’s third season.
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 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.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 22, 2019: Brody Stevens Dies: Stand-Up Comedian And Film/TV Actor Was 48.
Brody Stevens, a regular at Los Angeles comedy clubs and a character actor in numerous film and television productions, died today. No cause of death or location was provided by his representatives.
Crossposted from [community profile] deathwatch .

Legacy.com, reported April 12, 2018: Mitzi Shore (1930 – 2018), owner of the Comedy Store in Los Angeles.
Mitzi Shore, co-founder and owner of the influential Comedy Store, has died at the age of 87, according to multiple news sources.
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"It is with great sadness and very heavy hearts that we report the passing of Mitzi Shore, the legendary Godmother of the world famous Comedy Store." "Mitzi was an extraordinary businesswoman and decades ahead of her time who cultivated and celebrated the artistry of stand-up comedy. She was also a loving mother, not only to her own four children, but to the myriad of comedians who adored her. She leaves behind an indelible mark and legacy and has helped change the face of comedy."
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She is the mother of comedian Pauly Shore who tweeted that his “heart lays heavy.”
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