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Oscar-nominated Fat City actress Susan Tyrrell has passed away at the age of 67, Austin360 reports.
A friend of the actress tells the site that Tyrrell died on Saturday in her home in Austin, Texas. A cause of death was not immediately available.
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Tyrrell was diagnosed with thrombocythemia, a rare bone marrow disease, in 2000. Though she had both her legs amputated, Tyrrell continued to act, appearing in Masked and Anonymous and Kid Thing.<
Ancient Aliens Season 3
Aliens have apparently been visiting us for thousands of years, and now you can explore their effect on mankind with all 16 episodes from Season 3 on four discs. The set also includes additional footage not seen during the broadcast on History....
Actor Dan Frazer, who was best known for his role as Capt. Frank McNeil on the '70s crime drama Kojak, has died, according to The Associated Press. He was 90.
Frazer died on Friday of cardiac arrest in his Manhattan home, according to his daughter, Susanna Frazer, who described her father as a "very truthful, naturalistic actor".
After appearing on Castle twice, it may not be that surprising that The Lincoln Lawyer writer Michael Connelly names the ABC drama as one of his favorite shows. But there's more to his love for the series than a recurring gig.
"It's a fantasy version of what I do!" Connelly tells TVGuide.com.
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Indeed, the mystery author's most well-known work is his series featuring Detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch — not unlike Castle's Nikki Heat series.
Castle isn't the only mystery or writing-influenced series on Connelly's watchlist, though. The writer, whose Lincoln Lawyer novel was adapted for the big screen by John Romano, also loves watching Californication ("the dark side of the ...
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NBC has announced that starting this month, NBC.com, along other NBC-owned sites (SciFi.com, ChillerTV.com, and SleuthChannel.com), will be streaming full episodes of classic television. The best part of this whole thing (besides that we get to kick it retro-style) is that our Online Video Guide has full-episodes of A-Team, Miami Vice, the original Battlestar Galactica and more all in one place! Watch them now! | More online videos
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Have you missed Crockett? I know! Who hasn't? Well, my friend, it's time to take off those pesky socks, dust off your Jan Hammer CD, and brush up on your jai alai, because full episodes of Miami Vice and several other classic NBC series will soon be available for streaming on the Internetz. Fo' realz!NBC has announced a venture that, starting today and rolling out this month, will upload many of your favorite shows from the tube's days of yore, including The A-Team, Kojak, The Alfred Hitchcock Hour and the original Battlestar Galactica, to a host of NBC-owned websites (including NBC.com, SciFi.com, ChillerTV.com and SleuthChannel.com). Clearly I'm a Vice fan, but which series will you check out online? Mickey O'ConnorUse our nifty Online Video Guide to search for clips as well as entire episodes of your favorite television shows, both past and present. The OVG can also help you quickly find full episodes of all the aforementioned shows, including Miami Vice, The A-Team, and t...
Mission: Impossible heavyweight Ving Rhames has joined the cast of the Smallville spin-off pilot starring newcomer Will Toale as Aquaman née A.C. Curry. Rhames, whose last TV venture was USA Network's Kojak revival, will play McCaffrey, a lighthouse keeper (not to be confused with a light housekeeper) who serves as a mentor to A.C. His first bit of advice: "Steer clear of tartar sauce."
Jack Colvin, best known for playing relentless tabloid reporter Jack McGee in the 1970s series The Incredible Hulk, died last Thursday of complications following a stroke. He was 71. Recalling his most memorable TV foray, Colvin once told the Los Angeles Times, "When they told me the title, I laughed. But then they gave me two scripts to read and I knew the series would go." Hulk, with Bill Bixby in the lead, ran from 1977 to 1982.