Deadline Hollywood, reported August 16, 2019: Patricia Louisiana Knop Dies: Screenwriter For ‘9 1/2 Weeks’ And ‘Wild Orchid’ Was 78.
Patricia Louisiana Knop, a film screenwriter and television producer known for 9 1/2 Weeks, Wild Orchid and the Showtime series Red Shoe Diaries, died at age 78 on Aug. 7 in Santa Monica, Calif. from what her publicist said was a lengthy illness.
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.
Today.com, reported August 13, 2019: 'The Walking Dead' actor Dango Nguyen dies from cancer at 48.
After serving as a firefighter for two decades, Dango Nguyen gave it up for a career as an actor.
Deadline Hollywood, reported August 6, 2019: Barry Coe Dies: ‘Peyton Place’ & Mr. Goodwrench Actor Was 84.
Barry Coe, who starred in the 1957 film Peyton Place, was considered as a possible series regular on Bonanza and became familiar to a new generation of TV viewers as the Mr. Goodwrench character in commercials that ran in the 1970s and ’80s, died July 16 in Palm Desert, CA. He was 84.
Deadline Hollywood, reported August 4, 2019: Stu Rosen Dies: Emmy Winning ‘Dusty’s Treehouse’ Creator, ‘Fraggle Rock’ Voice Actor Was 80.
Stu Rosen, an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning force in children’s programming died early Sunday morning after a battle with cancer. He was 80.

Deadline Hollywood, reported August 2, 2019: Howard Lapides Dies: Longtime Manager & ‘Celebrity Rehab’ Producer Was 68.
Howard Lapides, a longtime manager and CEO of Lapides Entertainment who produced Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew and The Man Show, died Thursday. He was 68.

Deadline Hollywood, reported July 31, 2019: Phil Hymes Dies: Longtime ‘Saturday Night Live’ Lighting Director Was 96.
Phil Hymes, longtime Emmy-winning lighting director for Saturday Night Live, who joined the show in 1976, died this week of complications from cancer, NBC confirmed. He was 96.
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 26, 2019: John Ferriter Dies: Former WMA Board Member, Head Of Non-Scripted Television Was 59.
John Ferriter, the former powerhouse William Morris Agency EVP/Worldwide Head of Non-Scripted TV and the only WMA board member to vote against the merger with Endeavor, died Thursday, according to sources. He was 59. A former close associate of his shared the news with some of Ferriter’s former colleagues today. We are still trying to confirm cause of death and specific details.

Also a television producer and a singer whose bands The Tearaways and Stingray opened for bands including The Bangles, REM and Guns & Roses, Ferriter is probably best remembered for his career at WMA, where he spent nearly two decades and rose to the level of executive vice president. He also became a WMA board member, one who was very critical of the merger between WMA and Endeavor that left the latter smaller agency in control, and many of the braintrust of the colossus out, including WMA chief Jim Wiatt
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 27, 2019: Russi Taylor Dies: Voice Of Minnie Mouse Was 75.
Russi Taylor, a voice actor and Disney legend who was the official voice of Minnie Mouse for many years, died in Glendale, Calif. on Friday, according to the Walt Disney Company. She was 75 years old.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 26, 2019: Gabe Khouth Dies: Actor Who Played Sneezy On ABC’s ‘Once Upon A Time’ Was 46.
Gabe Khouth, known for his role as Sneezy/Tom Clark on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, has died. Khouth died July 23 after appearing to suffer cardiac arrest while riding his motorcyle in Canada, his friend, actor Peter Kelamis, revealed on Twitter. Khouth was 46.

Deadline Hollywood, reported July 25, 2019: ‘Will & Grace’ Revival To End With Upcoming 2020 Season On NBC.
Will & Grace is coming to an end. After an 11-season, 246-episode run over a 22-year span, the series will wrap with the upcoming season (the revival’s third and 11th overall) in 2020.
"Rutger Hauer, a dashing Dutch actor who battled Harrison Ford in the science-fiction classic "Blade Runner" and excelled in bad-guy roles, died July 19 after a short illness, his longtime agent Steve Kenis told The Hollywood Reporter."

Link to cnn article

Personally, I remember Rutger Hauer best from Split Second (a.k.a. "We need to get bigger guns. BIG FUCKING GUNS!"), a sadly underrated film which, I note again, had Rutger Hauer in it.
Deadline Hollywood, reported July 23, 2019: ‘The Code’ Canceled By CBS After One Season.
There will be no second season for The Code. CBS has opted not to renew the military drama series from CBS TV Studios and Timberman-Beverly after a modestly rated first season that wrapped last night. Star Dana Delany revealed the series’ fate on Twitter.

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 2, 2019: Justin Bodle Dies: Power Television Founder & ‘Crusoe’ Producer Was 58.
British television exec and Power Television founder Justin Bodle has died at age 58. He passed away at his home in the south of France earlier Tuesday.

Deadline Hollywood, reported July 18, 2019: ‘Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ To End After Season 7 On ABC – Comic-Con.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will end after its upcoming seventh season.
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.
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.
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