Christopher Cazenove, best known as Ben Carrington on the 1980s drama Dynasty, has died. He was 64.
Cazenove died Wednesday at London's St. Thomas' Hospital after a battle with septicemia, his agent, Lesley Duff, said in a statement. The British actor contracted septicemia, a massive bacterial ...
British actor and activist Corin Redgrave, a member of the famous Redgrave acting dynasty, has died. He was 70.
Redgrave died Tuesday, his widow, Kika Markham, and his family said in a joint statement to The Hollywood Reporter. "He was taken ill at home in the early hours of Sunday morning," the statement said. "He died...
Sam Menning, a photographer-turned-character actor best known for his portrayal of lowlifes, has died. He was 85.
Menning died March 31 of emphysema at a Burbank, Calif., medical center, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A professional photographer in the 1950s, Menning had his own business. His agent, Bonnie Howard, said he was the last person to shoot a pinup of ...
David Mills, an Emmy-award-winning writer for HBO's The Wire and co-executive producer of the upcoming drama Treme, died on Tuesday in New Orleans, an HBO rep said. He was 48.
David Simon, the creator of The Wire and Treme, told the The Washington Post that Mills collapsed on the set of Treme and died of an apparent brain aneurysm. The two men worked together
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Jaime Escalante, the math teacher who inspired the 1988 film Stand and Deliver, died Tuesday. He was 79.
Escalante died at his son's home after battling bladder cancer for several years, family friend Keith Miller told The Associated Press.
As a math teacher at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles, Escalante completely transformed the school's mathematics curriculum and pushed...
June Havoc, whose childhood in vaudeville as Baby June was fictionalized in the musical Gypsy, died Sunday of natural causes at 97.
Robert Culp, best known for his role in the pioneering TV series I Spy opposite Bill Cosby, has died. He was 79.
Culp died Wednesday after collapsing, or possibly tripping, on a sidewalk outside of his Hollywood home, his agent, Hillard Elkins, told TVGuide.com. He additionally...
Alex Chilton, the Box Tops and Big Star lead singer who served as an inspiration for generations of indie rock bands, has died. He was 59.
Chilton died Wednesday at a New Orleans hospital, where he was taken after complaining about health problems earlier in the day, John Fry, a longtime friend and owner of Memphis' Ardent Studios, told The Commercial Appeal. Chilton could not be revived in the emergency room, Fry said.
"I'm crushed. We're all just crushed," he said.
Big Star was scheduled to perform Saturday at the South by Southwest Festival.
"Alex Chilton was an artist of the very highest caliber," SXSW Creative Director Brent Grulke said in a statement. "It's too early to do much ...