Deadline Hollywood, reported April 17, 2019: British Actor Mya-Lecia Naylor, Star Of ‘Cloud Atlas’ & CBBC’s ‘Millie Inbetween’, Dies Aged 16.
British actor Mya-Lecia Naylor, who starred in Cloud Atlas as well as BBC kids’ series Millie Inbetween, has died suddenly at the age of 16.
Deadline Hollywood, reported April 17, 2019: Bradley Welsh Dies: ‘Trainspotting 2’ Actor & Ex-Boxing Champ Shot Dead At 42.
Bradley Welsh, one of the stars of Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting 2 and a former British lightweight boxing champion, was shot dead on a Scotland street Wednesday night, police said. He was 42.
Deadline Hollywood, reported April 17, 2019: Monkey Punch, Manga Artist And Creator Of ‘Lupin III,’ Dead At 81.
The Japanese manga artist and scholar known as Monkey Punch has died at age 81, according to Japanese press reports and confirmed by stateside friends and associates within the art and academic communities. The creator of the popular manga Lupin III was born as Kazuhiko Katō in the village of Kiritappu in Hamanaka in May 1937 but it was his colorful pen name that followed him throughout the illustrious career he began in the 1960s.
Deadline Hollywood, reported April 8, 2019: Seymour Cassel Dies: Oscar-Nominated Actor In John Cassavetes & Wes Anderson Pics Was 84.
Seymour Cassel, an Oscar-nominated longtime actor whose 200-plus screen credits include several John Cassavetes movies and three for Wes Anderson, died Sunday of Alzheimer’s complications in Los Angeles. He was 84.
Deadline Hollywood, reported April 6, 2019: Roberta Haynes Dies: ‘Return To Paradise’, ‘The Nebraskan’ Actress Was 91.
Actress Roberta Haynes died Thursday in her home in Delray Beach. She was 91.
Deadline Hollywood, reported April 5, 2019: Barry Malkin Dies: Oscar-Nominated Editor & Longtime Coppola Collaborator Was 80.
Film editor Barry Malkin, a two-time editing Oscar nominee for The Godfather: Part III and The Cotton Club, has died. He was 80.
USA Today, reported April 8, 2019: Nadja Regin, 'James Bond' actress, dies at 87.
Nadja Regin, the Serbian actress who appeared in the Bond films "From Russia With Love" and "Goldfinger," has died at the age of 87, the official "James Bond" Twitter account announced.
The Hollywood Reporter, reported March 31, 2019: Tania Mallet, Bond Girl in 'Goldfinger,' Dies at 77.
Tania Mallet, who played Tilly Masterson in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger, has died. She was 77.
Variety, reported March 29, 2019: Agnes Varda, Leading Light of French New Wave, Dies at 90.
Agnes Varda, a leading light of the French New Wave who directed such films as “Cléo From 5 to 7,” “Vagabond” and “Faces Places,” has died. She was 90.
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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 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 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 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.
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 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 24, 2019: Morgan Woodward Dies: ‘Dallas’ And ‘Gunsmoke’ Actor Was 93.
Morgan Woodward, who appeared in more than 250 movies and TV shows during a 40-year acting career, died Feb. 22 at his Hollywood Hills home. He was 93.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 23, 2019: Stanley Donen Dies: Famed Director Of Movie Musicals Including ‘Singin’ In The Rain’ Was 94.
Stanley Donen, the deft director of such iconic movie musicals as Singin’ In the Rain, Funny Face, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Charade who helped define Hollywood’s golden age, has died at age 94.


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