TrekNews.Net, reported August 13, 2019: Barbara March, TNG, DS9’s Klingon Lursa, Passes Away at 65.
We have learned that Barbara Scarfe (credited as Barbara March), the actress who played the magnificently evil Lursa, one of the Duras sisters, passed away on Sunday after a battle with cancer.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 31, 2019: Cosmo Genovese Dies: Script Supervisor On ‘Perry Mason’, ‘A-Team’ & Two ‘Star Trek’ Series Was 95.
Cosmo Genovese, whose career as a TV and film script supervisor spanned 45 years and included Perry Mason, The A-Team and two Star Trek series, died Tuesday. He was 95.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 22, 2019: David Hedison Dies: ‘Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea’ Actor Was 92.
David Hedison, an actor who appeared in Off Broadway productions by Clifford Odets and in the original version of horror sci-fi classic The Fly but is best known for his starring role in the popular ’60s adventure series Voyage To The Bottom of The Sea, died July 18 in Los Angeles. He was 92.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 13, 2019: Stephanie Niznik Dies: ‘Everwood’ & ‘Star Trek’ Actress Was 52.
Actress Stephanie Niznik, best known for her roles as Nina Feeney on Everwood and as Kell Perim in Star Trek: Insurrection, died June 23 in Encino, California. She was 52.
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 8, 2019: Eddie Jones Dies: ‘Lois & Clark’ Regular, Theater Veteran Was 84.
Eddie Jones, who played Jonathan Kent on ABC’s Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman as part of a five-decade career that spanned TV, movies and theater, died Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 84.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 9, 2019: Rip Torn Dies: ‘Larry Sanders Show’ Emmy Winner & Broadway Veteran Was 88.
Rip Torn, who played Garry Shandling’s profane, fiercely loyal producer on HBO’s The Larry Sanders Show, co-starred in the original Men in Black films and was a major star of Broadway and Off Broadway during a seven-decade career, died today surrounded by family at his home in Lakeville, CT. He was 88.
Variety, reported June 4, 2019: Syfy Cancels ‘Deadly Class,’ ‘Happy!’.
Syfy has opted to cancel “Deadly Class” and “Happy!”, Variety has learned.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 14, 2019: Isaac Kappy Dies: ‘Thor’ And ‘Terminator Salvation’ Actor Was 42.
Isaac Kappy, an actor who had small roles in the films Thor and Terminator Salvation and the AMC series Breaking Bad, has died. He was 42.
Deadline Hollywood, reported May 2, 2019: Peter Mayhew Dies: ‘Star Wars’ Chewbacca Actor Was 74.
Peter Mayhew, the British actor known for playing Chewbacca in the original Star Wars trilogy and two other films in the Jedi film series, has died. He was 74. Mayhew died April 30 at his North Texas home, his family announced on Twitter.
May The Force be with you, Chewie.
Deadline Hollywood, reported April 23, 2019: Terry Rawlings, BAFTA-Nominated Film Editor Of ‘Alien’ And ‘Blade Runner’, Dies.
Film editor Terry Rawlings, who earned BAFTA nominations for his work on Alien and Blade Runner as well as an Academy Award nomination for Chariots of Fire died Tuesday at his home in Hertfordshire, England. He was in his mid-80s.
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.
Tor.com,reported April 2, 2019: Vonda N. McIntyre, 1948-2019.
We are deeply saddened to report the passing of author Vonda N. McIntyre on April 1, 2019.

McIntyre was born in Louisville, Kentucky on August 28, 1948, but her family settled in Seattle, Washington by the 1960s. She was an author and founder of the Clarion West Writer’s Workshop in 1971, which she began after attending the Clarion Writers Workshop in 1970. McIntyre was the third woman to receive a Hugo Award, and was a long-standing champion of feminist SFF. She won her first Nebula Award for the novelette “Of Mist, and Grass, and Sand”, and her Starfarers series had an incredible genesis: She made up the conceit on the spot while sitting on a panel at a convention, out of frustration at the general negativity she found around SF television. She convinced the entire audience of the panel that they had missed out on a great science fiction series, and then decided to write it.
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 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.
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