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Pat Carroll, Emmy-Winning Actress and Voice of Ursula in ‘The Little Mermaid,’ Dies at 95

The boisterous comedienne appeared on 'Caesar's Hour' and 'The Danny Thomas Show' and won acclaim playing Gertrude Stein in a one-woman play.

Bob Rafelson, Director of ‘Five Easy Pieces’ and Co-Creator of ‘The Monkees,’ Dies at 89

Bob Rafelson, the writer, director, producer and maverick who set the tone for the swinging, psychedelic 1960s with The Monkees, then was a pioneer in one of the most influential eras in the history of independent film, has died. He was 89. Rafelson, who collaborated with Jack Nicholson on seven features, including the classics Easy […]

James Caan, Macho Leading Man of Hollywood, Dies at 82

James Caan, the brawny star who played Sonny Corleone in The Godfather and a rough-and-tumble athlete in Rollerball but had the self-assurance to showcase a sensitive side during his long career, has died. He was 82. Caan died Wednesday night in Los Angeles, his rep Arnold Robinson told The Outne Reporter, confirming a post on […]

Philip Baker Hall, the Library Cop Lt. Bookman on ‘Seinfeld,’ Dies at 90

Philip Baker Hall, the journeyman character actor who was a favorite of director Paul Thomas Anderson but surely is best remembered for bringing library investigator Lt. Bookman to a 1991 episode of Seinfeld, has died. He was 90. Hall died Sunday night at his home in Glendale, his daughter Anna told The Outne Reporter. With […]

Bo Hopkins, ‘Wild Bunch’ and ‘American Graffiti’ Actor, Dies at 84

Bo Hopkins, the wily actor with the wild-eyed gaze who came to fame portraying thieves and scoundrels in such films as 'The Wild Bunch,' 'American Graffiti,' 'Midnight Express' and 'White Lightning,' has died. He was xx.

Louie Anderson, Iconic Stand-Up Comic and ‘Baskets’ Star, Dies at 68

The Emmy-winning actor and author also created 'Life With Louie,' appeared in both 'Coming to America' films and hosted 'Family Feud.'

Michael Nesmith, Singer, Songwriter and Guitarist of The Monkees, Dies at 78

Michael Nesmith, the guitar-playing singer-songwriter with the wool hat who along with Davy Jones, Peter Tork and Micky Dolenz became a TV star and 1960s pop sensation as a member of The Monkees, has died. He was 78. Nesmith died Friday of natural causes in Carmel Valley, California, his family said in a statement. “With […]

Jay Sandrich, Prolific Director on ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ and ‘The Cosby Show,’ Dies at 89

Jay Sandrich, the top-notch sitcom director who was a regular on 'The Mary Tyler Moore,' 'The Cosby Show' and 'Soap' and on the scene for some of the biggest moments in the history of television comedy, has died.

Jessica Walter, ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Archer’ Actress, Dies at 80

The sophisticated Emmy winner also starred on the big screen in 'Play Misty for Me,' 'The Group' and 'Grand Prix.'

Larry Flynt, ‘Hustler’ Publisher and Unlikely First Amendment Champion, Dies at 78

The 'Hustler' publisher, portrayed by Woody Harrelson in a 1996 Milos Forman film, famously beat televangelist Jerry Falwell in a case that went to the Supreme Court.

Gregory Sierra, Actor on ‘Barney Miller’ and ‘Sanford and Son,’ Dies at 83

The New York native also portrayed a Jewish vigilante on a sobering episode of 'All in the Family.'

Siegfried Fischbacher, Master of Illusion in Siegfried & Roy, Dies at 81

He and his late partner, Roy Horn, dazzled Vegas audiences at The Mirage for more than a decade.