Deadline Hollywood, reported June 17, 2019: Gloria Vanderbilt Dies: Actress, Fashion Designer, Mother Of CNN’s Anderson Cooper Was 95.
Gloria Vanderbilt, artist, author, actress, fashion designer, heiress and the mother of CNN’s Anderson Cooper, has died. She died Monday morning at her New York City home, surrounded by family and friends, CNN announced. She was 95.
Deadline Hollywood, reported June 15, 2019: Franco Zeffirelli Dies: Famed Director Of Shakespearean Drama Was 96.
Franco Zeffirelli, the Italian director whose visionary interpretation of Romeo and Juliet was nominated for an Academy Award, has died. He was 96 and passed at his residence in Rome.
Deadline Hollywood, reported June 13, 2018: Edith Gonzalez Dies: Telenovela Star Of ‘Salomé’ Was 54.
Edith Gonzalez, an actress for Spanish-language television networks Televisa, Telemundo and TV Azteca, has died. She had battled cancer for three years before succumbing at age 54.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 17, 2019: Herman Wouk Dies: ‘The Winds Of War’ & ‘The Caine Mutiny’ Author Was 103.
Herman Wouk, who authored books that became legendary films and TV programs including The Caine Mutiny and The Winds of War, died today in his sleep in Palm Springs, the Associated Press reports. He was 103.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 6, 2019: Terry Allen Kramer Dies: Broadway Producer Of ‘Hello, Dolly!’, ‘Kinky Boots’ Was 85.
Broadway producer Terry Allen Kramer, whose credits include Kinky Boots, the 2017 Bette Midler Tony-winning revival of Hello, Dolly! and The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?, died May 2 at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell hospital in Manhattan. She was 85 and had been struggling with pneumonia since last month.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 5, 2019: Barbara Perry Dies: ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’, ‘Baskets’ Actress Was 97.
Stage performer and actress Barbara Perry died Sunday from natural causes in Hollywood. She appeared in several films and TV shows including Samuel Fuller’s Shock Corridor (1963) and The Naked Kiss (1964) as well as The Dick Van Dyke Show and most recently, Baskets as well. She was 97.
Deadline Hollywood, reported April 29, 2019: Jo Sullivan Loesser Dies: Broadway Actress, Promotor Of Frank Loesser Legacy Was 91.
Jo Sullivan Loesser, a Broadway actress who scored a Tony nomination for her performance in 1956’s The Most Happy Fella, married the show’s composer Frank Loesser in 1959 and after his death 10 years later devoted herself to the promotion of his acclaimed and popular canon, died Sunday of heart failure at her New York City home. She was 91.

Deadline Hollywood, reported April 24, 2019: Mark Medoff Dies: Oscar-Nominated ‘Children Of A Lesser God’ Writer Was 79.
Mark Medoff, who won a Tony Award for writing Children of a Lesser God and earned an Oscar nom for its movie adaptation, died Tuesday at Mesilla Valley Hospice in Las Cruces, NM. He was 79.
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 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 February 21, 2019: Mark Bramble Dies: Tony-Nominated Broadway Writer, Director Was 68.
Mark Bramble, the Tony Award-nominated librettist of Broadway’s hit musicals 42nd Street and Barnum, died Wednesday at a Baltimore hospital of complications related to cardiovascular hypertension. He was 68.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 8, 2019: Albert Finney Dies: ‘Tom Jones’, ‘Skyfall’ Actor Was 82.
Oscar-nominated actor Albert Finney, one of the great British actors of his generation who made a worldwide name for himself in 1963’s Tom Jones and maintained a strong career through 2012’s Skyfall, died Thursday in London. He was 82.
Deadline Hollywood, reported January 22, 2019: Kaye Ballard Dies: TV, Film & Stage Veteran Who Starred In ‘The Mothers-In-Law’ Was 93.
Kaye Ballard, a comic actress and singer who was a regular presence on TV for decades and starred in the late-’60s NBC comedy The Mothers-in-Law, has died. Palm Springs-area paper The Desert Sun reported that the star also known for The Girl Most Likely and a half-dozen Broadway musicals died Monday at her home in Rancho Mirage.
Deadline Hollywood, reported January 10, 2019: Verna Bloom Dies: ‘Animal House’ Actress Was 80.
Verna Bloom, whose memorable turn as Marion Wormer in the 1979 comedy classic Animal House saw her immortalize cucumber innuendo, has died. She passed Wednesday in Bar Harbor, Maine from dementia complications, according to a family spokesperson.
Deadline Hollywood, reported December 31, 2018: Don McKay Dies: ‘West Side Story’ Actor Was 93.
Don McKay, who portrayed Tony in the 1958 London premiere of West Side Story, died Thursday in Manhattan. He was 93. His nephew, Sean McKenna, confirmed McKay’s death to Playbill.

Deadline Hollywood, reported January 15, 2019: Carol Channing Dies: Original Star Of Broadway’s ‘Hello, Dolly!’ Was 97.
Carol Channing, a Broadway legend who was known for her signature lead role in Hello, Dolly! and continued performing well into her 90s, has died of natural causes at her home in Rancho Mirage, CA. She was 97.
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Deadline Hollywood, reported December 22, 2018: Peter Masterson Dies: ‘Best Little Whorehouse In Texas’ Creator Was 84.
Peter Masterson, whose long career spanned writing, acting and directing on Broadway and in film and television, has died. He passed Wednesday at his home in Kinderhook, N.Y. after a fall, according to his family. He was 84 and suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
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Deadline Hollywood, reported December 21, 2018: Ethel Ayler Dies: Actress For Stage, Film And TV’s ‘Cosby Show’ Was 88.
Ethel Ayler, whose career spanned prominent Broadway, film and TV roles for five decades, died at age 88 on Nov. 18 in Loma Linda, Calif., according to her family. The cause of death was not given.
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Deadline Hollywood, reported December 20, 2018: Donald Moffat Dies: Prolific Actor For Broadway, TV And Film Was 87.
Donald Moffat, a character actor who appeared on Broadway, television and film, died Thursday in Sleepy Hollow, New York. He was 87 and passed from complications of a recent stroke, according to his daughter.
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