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.
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.
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.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 22, 2019: Clark Gable III Dies: TV Host, Clark Gable Grandson Was 30.
Clark Gable III, TV host, sometime actor and grandson of the Hollywood legend who shares his name, died in Dallas today of as-yet-undisclosed causes. He was 30.
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 21, 2019: Vinny Vella Dies: ‘Casino’ & ‘The Sopranos’ Actor Was 72.
Vinny Vella, known for his roles in the 1995 film Casino and HBO’s The Sopranos, among others, has died. His family shared the news on Vella’s Facebook page. Vella died Wednesday from liver cancer. He was 72.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 21, 2019: Peter Tork Dies: The Monkees’ Affable Bassist Was 77.
Peter Tork, the affable, moptopped bassist for The Monkees who starred in their mid-’60s TV show and toured the world with the group, died today. He was 77. His sister Anne Thorkelson confirmed the news but did not provide details. Tork had been diagnosed with tongue cancer a decade ago.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 4, 2019: Luke Perry Dies: ‘Riverdale’ & ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Star Was 52.
Riverdale and Beverly Hills, 90210 star Luke Perry died today after suffering a massive stroke last week. He was 52.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 18, 2019: Patrick Caddell Dies: Political Pollster, ‘West Wing’ Writer-Consultant Was 68.
Patrick Caddell, a pollster for Jimmy Carter who later became a writer, consultant and co-producer on The West Wing, among other TV and film work, has died. Caddell died Saturday in Charleston, South Carolina, after suffering a stroke, Professor Kendra Stewart of the College of Charleston, told The Associated Press. He was 68.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 1, 2019: Katherine Helmond Dies: ‘Soap’ & ‘Who’s The Boss?’ Star Was 89.
Katherine Helmond, who played the ditzy Tate matriarch on the groundbreaking 1970s comedy Soap and later starred on Who’s the Boss?, among many other roles, died February 28 of Alzheimer’s complications at her home in Los Angeles. She was 89. APA announced the news.


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