Neil Hope, Degrassi
News broke Thursday that Degrassi star Neil Hope has been dead for five years, Canada's National Post reports.
Several sites reported that Hope's death was made official on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012. However, a...
Gary Carter, the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame catcher, died Thursday after suffering from brain cancer, ESPN reports. He was 57.
"I am deeply saddened to tell you all that my precious dad went to be with Jesus today at 4:10 pm," his daughter Kimmy Bloemers wrote on the family's website, according to ESPN. "This is the most difficult thing I have ever had to write in my entire life but I wanted you all to know. He is in heaven and has reunited with his mom and dad. I believe with all my heart that dad had a...
As news of Whitney Houston's death spread Saturday evening, Hollywood stars quickly began offering their sympathies and memories of the Grammy winning pop diva.
Whitney Houston dies at 48
Houston, 48, was found dead Saturday, one day before the Grammys, at the Beverly Hilton hotel, where she was expected to attend music mogul Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy gala.
Musicians and celebs poured out their sympathies on Twitter:
Paula Abdul: "I am devastated. I am absolutely devastated at the news about Whitney Houston. Such a tragic, tragic loss."
Christina Aguilera: "We have lost another legend...
Whitney Houston, the Grammy-winning pop diva and actress whose career was marred in recent years by drug abuse, has died. She was 48.
Houston's rep confirmed her death to TVGuide.com Saturday, but did not offer further details.
Leslie Carter and Aaron Carter
Leslie Carter, the sister of singers Nick and Aaron Carter, overdosed and was under the influence of several drugs before her untimely death Tuesday, according to police reports obtained by ABC News.
Ian Abercrombie, the British stage actor best known as Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt on Seinfeld, has died. He was 77.
Abercrombie died Thursday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from complications of kidney failure, according to the Los Angeles Times. He had recently been diagnosed with lymphoma.
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Born in England, Abercrombie started out as a stage dancer and made his American stage debut in 1955 in a production of Stalag 17 with Jason Robards. After serving in the Army as part of Special Services in Germany, he returned to acting, appearing in numerous plays, TV shows and films before a seven-episode arc on Seinfeld changed his life.
"Incredibly so," he told CNN in 1998. "I mean, I have been ...