Sid Caesar, a giant of the Golden Age of Television, has died, according to two of his friends.
A member of the Orioles Hall of Fame, Blair patrolled the outfield from 1964-76, playing key parts when Baltimore won its first two World Series crowns in 1966 and 1970. He won two more titles with the Yankees in 1977 and 1978.
Tom Clancy, whose high-tech, Cold War thrillers such as “The Hunt for Red October” and “Patriot Games” made him the most widely read and influential military novelist of his time, has died. He was 66.
An actress who starred alongside Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher on “That ’70s Show,” has died. She was 43.
Dennis Farina, a former Chicago cop who as a popular actor played a New York City police officer on “Law & Order,” has died.
A mainstay in the White House Press Room, Thomas worked for United Press and Hearst Newspapers. She covered every president since the Eisenhauer Administration.
Monteith was found dead in his room at the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel in downtown Vancouver on Saturday.
Steve Schirripa joined WFAN host Mike Francesa in studio on Friday to discuss the life of Gandolfini and expound upon the man that he was, both on the screen and off.
Those who followed the series religiously know that sports was a big part of Tony Sopranos’ life.
George Jones, the peerless, hard-living country singer who recorded dozens of hits about good times and regrets and peaked with the heartbreaking classic “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” has died. He was 81.
Winters was a pioneer of improvisational standup comedy, with an exceptional gift for mimicry, a grab bag of eccentric personalities and a bottomless reservoir of creative energy.
Actress Annette Funicello, long-time Disney and Beach Party star, passed away on Monday April 8 at Mercy Southwest Hospital in Bakersfield, CA, at the age of 70. She died peacefully from complications due to Multiple Sclerosis, a disease she battled for over 25 years.
Bonnie Franklin, the pert, redheaded actress who won fame as a divorced mom on the long-running sitcom “One Day at a Time,” has died.
Pauline Friedman Phillips, who under the name of Abigail Van Buren, wrote the long-running “Dear Abby” advice column that was followed by millions of newspaper readers throughout the world, has died. She was 94.
Jack Klugman, the prolific, craggy-faced character actor and regular guy who was loved by millions as the messy one in TV’s “The Odd Couple” and the crime-fighting coroner in “Quincy, M.E.,” died on Monday, a son said.