Frances Sternhagen, Two-Time Tony Winner And ‘Sex And The City’ Actress, Dies At 93

Rita Hollingsworth, Veteran Hollywood Publicist, Dies At 61

Legendary NYC Reporter Pablo Guzman Dies At 73

Doug Ibold, Film Editor For Dick Wolf Shows, Dies At 83

Marty Krofft, The Brains Behind A Kids TV Empire, Dies At 86

Marty Krofft, the savvy businessman who partnered with his older brother Sid to amass an entertainment empire fueled by such mind-blowing kids TV shows as The Banana Splits Adventure HourH.R. Pufnstuf and Land of the Lost, died Nov. 25. He was 86. Eight years younger than Sid, Marty Krofft died in Los Angeles of kidney failure, his family announced. (Courtesy of Sid & Marty Krofft Picture Archive)

Peter Spellos Dies: ‘American Dream’ And ‘Transformers’ Actor Was 69

NASCAR Broadcasting Legend Ken Squier Dies At 88

Former Texas Anchor Eddie Flores Dies After Long Cancer Battle

Stephen Kandel, Writer On ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Batman,’ ‘Mannix’ And ‘MacGyver,’ Dies At 96

Kevin Turen Dies: ‘Euphoria’ & ‘The Idol’ Producer Was 44

Janet Landgard, ‘The Swimmer’ And ‘The Donna Reed Show’ Actor, Dies At 75

Robert Butler, Director of Pilots For ‘Batman,’ ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Hill Street Blues,’ Dies At 95

Philip Meyer, Reporter Who Pioneered Data-Driven Journalism, Dies At 93

Prolific TV, Film Actor Shannon Wilcox Dies At 80

Evan Ellingson, ‘CSI: Miami’ And ’24’ Actor, Dies At 35

Robbin Bain, Pageant Winner And ‘Today Girl,’ Dies At 87

Peter S. Fischer, ‘Murder, She Wrote’ Co-Creator And ‘Columbo’ Writer, Dies At 88

Arnold Diaz, Who Reported On New York’s Swindlers, Dies At 74

A correspondent for three New York TV stations, he became famous for his “Shame on You” segments that investigated consumer fraud and aggressively confronted wrongdoers on camera.

Tyler Christopher, ‘General Hospital’ Actor, Dies At 50

The actor won a Daytime Emmy Award for his performance as Nikolas Cassadine on the ABC soap opera. (ABC/Courtesy Everett Collection)

Longtime Columbus Anchor Mike Jackson Dies At 66


Matthew Perry, Emmy-Nominated ‘Friends’ Star, Dies At 54

Matthew Perry, best known for his role as Chandler Bing on Friends, has died. He was 54. The actor was found dead of an apparent drowning at his Los Angeles home Saturday

Richard Moll, Who Found Fame As A Bailiff On The Original Sitcom ‘Night Court,’ Dies At 80

NEW YORK (AP) — Richard Moll, a character actor who found lasting fame as an eccentric but gentle giant bailiff on the original “Night Court” sitcom, has died. He was […]

Former WLEX Lexington Anchor Sue Wylie Dies In Car Crash

‘Shaft’ Star Richard Roundtree Dies At 81

The trailblazing actor, who was considered the first Black action movie hero, starred as the ultra-smooth private detective in several Shaft films beginning in the early 1970s. In 1973 he played the savvy detective once again on the CBS series Shaft, which lasted only seven episodes. He also made his mark with television roles on Magnum P.I., The Love Boat, Being Mary Jane and The Love Boat.

Veteran Chicago Reporter Harry Porterfield Dies At 95

Elaine Devry Dies: Actress In ‘The Atomic Kid’ And ‘A Guide For The Married Man’ Was 93

Haydn Gwynne, Actor In ‘The Crown’ And ‘The Windsors,’ Dies At 66

Edward Bleier, Visionary Executive At Dawn Of Cable TV, Dies At 94

Seeing untold promise in new technology, he was a prime mover in the creation of the cable industry, helping to transform Time Warner Cable into a giant in the field.


Joanna Merlin Dies: Longtime Judge On ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Was 92

Lara Parker, The Witch Angelique On ‘Dark Shadows,’ Dies At 84

Tracy Owen, Paramount Industrial Relations Executive, Dies At 43

Suzanne Somers, Of ‘Three’s Company,’ Dies At 76

Suzanne Somers, the effervescent blonde actor known for playing Chrissy Snow on ABC’s Three’s Company from 1977 to 1981 and who became an entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author, died Oct 15. She was 76. She appeared in many television shows in the 1970s, including The Rockford Files, Magnum Force and The Six Million Dollar Man, but her most famous part came with Three’s Company.

Mark Goddard Dies: ‘Lost In Space’ Actor Was 87

Phyllis Coates, The First Lois Lane On Television, Dies At 96

Jonathan Dolgen, Longtime Viacom Entertainment Group Chairman, Dies At 78

Sumner Redstone’s first big hire after the Paramount acquisition, he enjoyed a fruitful decade-long partnership with Sherry Lansing.

Shawna Trpcic, ‘The Mandalorian’ And ‘Ahsoka’ Costume Designer, Dies At 56

Nick Wilkinson Dies: Casting Director For ABC Television Was 69

Michael Chiarello, Former Food Network Star And Chef, Dies At 61

David McCallum, Star Of Hits ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ And ‘NCIS,’ Dies

McCallum’s work with The Man From U.N.C.L.E. brought him two Emmy nominations, and he got a third as an educator struggling with alcoholism in a 1969 Hallmark Hall of Fame drama called Teacher, Teacher. He was 90.

Carmel Cafiero, WSVN Miami Investigative Reporter, Dies At 76