Gary David Goldberg, the creator of the classic sitcom Family Ties, has died, according to Variety. He was 68.
Goldberg died in Montecito, Calif. after a battle with brain cancer.
Born in Brooklyn, Goldberg began his television writing career in the '70s working on qsuch shows as The Bob Newhart Show, The Last Resort and Lou Grant, the latter of which earned him his first Emmy.
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.
Ed Asner will reprise his guest-starring role from the original Hawaii Five-0 for an upcoming episode of the CBS reboot, the network announced Thursday.
The seven-time Emmy winner, 82, first guest-starred on a 1975 episode of the crime series as a rising world class smuggler named August March. August, now a reformed man after spending 30 years behind bars, returns when the Five-0 team asks him to...
Television veteran Ed Asner has been cast in CMT's comedy pilot Regular Joe, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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