Steve Forrest, who starred as Lt. Dan "Hondo" Harrelson on the 1970s series S.W.A.T., died peacefully on May 18 in Thousand Oaks, Calif., according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 87.
Haddon passed away May 10 in Santa Monica, Calif., due to complications from Lewy body disease, a form of dementia.
Haddon got his start in entertainment as a stage and live TV actor in the late 1950s after serving as a Merchant Marine in WWII. He shared the Broadway stage with Larry Hagman and Julie Harris in 1959's The Warm Peninsula.
Zach Sobiech, who wrote the viral farewell song "Clouds," lost his battle with bone cancer Monday morning. He was 18.
Ray Manzarek, the keyboardist and one of the founding members of the legendary rock group The Doors, has died, CBS News reports. He was 74.
His publicist said that Manzarek died Monday at...
Singer-songwriter Alan O'Day passed away Friday following a battle with cancer, The Hollywood Reporter reports. He was 76.
Christine White, an actress best known for The Twilight Zone, passed away on April 14 in Washington, D.C., the Carroll County Times reports. She was 86.
Longtime CBS Sports golf analyst and 1964 U.S. Open champion Ken Venturi died Friday, The San Francisco Chronicle reports. He was 82.
Venturi had been hospitalized for more than two months and...
Former NASCAR driver Richard "Dick" Trickle died Thursday, ESPN reports. He was 71.
Trickle died of...
Kansas City Royals broadcaster Fred White died in hospice Wednesday of complications from cancer, The Associated Press reports. He was 76.
Emmy-winning producer of The Bold and the Beautiful and Sesame Street's The Children's Television Workshop, Ron Weaver, died Thursday at age 75 in Los Angeles.
Weaver began with the soap, , a sister show to The Young and the Restless, when it started in 1987 and only left the show weeks ago in April after 27 years. He won three daytime Emmys for overseeing thousands of episodes of The Bold and the Beautiful, which follows the rich Californian Forresters family and is the most watched soap opera in the world.
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