Van Johnson, a '40s and '50s Hollywood heartthrob whose film career spanned six decades, has died. He was 92.
Johnson passed away Friday of natural causes at the Tappan Zee Manor, an assisted living facility, in Nyack, N.Y., his friend, Wendy Bleisweis, said.
Armed with all-American looks and oozing charm, Johnson was dubbed "the non-singing Sinatra" in his heyday, but he was much more than just a pretty face. Proving to be a versatile talent, Johnson flexed his skills across a plethora of genres, starring in ...