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Richard Lewis, Neurotic Comic and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Actor, Dies at 76

Richard Lewis, the master of self-deprecating comedy who whined his way to stardom with stand-up TV specials, a sold-out concert at Carnegie Hall and turns on 'Anything but Love' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' has died. He was xx.

Chita Rivera, Showstopping Legend of Broadway Musicals, Dies at 91

The high-kicking, two-time Tony winner starred in the original productions of 'West Side Story,' 'Bye Bye Birdie,' 'Chicago' and 'Kiss of the Spider Woman.'

Charles Osgood, the Unhurried Host of CBS News Programs, Dies at 91

The journalist, renowned for his Sunday morning program, radio's 'The Osgood File' and his omnipresent bow tie, had a connection to 'Easy Rider.'

Frances Sternhagen, Two-Time Tony Winner and ‘Sex and the City’ Actress, Dies at 93

Frances Sternhagen, the versatile actress whose half-century on Broadway included two Tony Awards, seven nominations and memorable roles in Equus, On Golden Pond and The Heiress, has died. She was 93. Sternhagen died peacefully Monday of natural causes at her home in New Rochelle, New York, her family said in a statement obtained by The Hollywood Reporter. “We continue […]

Matthew Perry, the Sweet and Snarky Chandler on ‘Friends,’ Dies at 54

Matthew Perry, the affable actor who became a television superstar playing Chandler Bing on the beloved NBC sitcom Friends, has died. He was 54. Perry died Saturday in a hot tub at his Los Angeles home, law enforcement sources told the Los Angeles Times. Authorities responded around 4 p.m. to his home, where he was […]

Richard Roundtree, Suave Star of ‘Shaft,’ Dies at 81

Richard Roundtree, the ultracool actor who helped open the door to a generation of Black filmmakers and performers with his portrayal of private eye John Shaft, “the cat that won’t cop out when there’s danger all about,” died Tuesday. He was 81.  Roundtree died at his home in Los Angeles of pancreatic cancer, his manager, […]

David Jacobs, Creator of ‘Dallas’ and ‘Knots Landing,’ Dies at 84

David Jacobs, the writer and producer who changed the face of television in the 1980s by creating the primetime soap operas Dallas and Knots Landing, has died. He was 84. Jacobs died Sunday at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, his son Aaron told The Hollywood Reporter. He had battled Alzheimer’s over the years and died […]

Frederic Forrest, Standout Supporting Player in ‘Apocalypse Now’ and ‘The Rose,’ Dies at 86

Frederic Forrest, the resilient character actor best remembered for his performance as the high-strung Chef Hicks in Apocalypse Now and for his Academy Award-nominated turn as Huston Dyer, the AWOL army sergeant who captured Bette Midler’s heart in The Rose, has died. He was 86.  Forrest died Friday at his home in Santa Monica after a […]

Sheldon Harnick, Famed ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ Lyricist, Dies at 99

Sheldon Harnick, the nimble lyricist who partnered with composer Jerry Bock to create the songs for some of Broadway’s greatest musicals, including Fiddler on the Roof, Fiorello! and She Loves Me, has died Friday. He was 99.  Harnick died of natural causes at his apartment overlooking Central Park on the Upper West Side, spokesperson Sean Katz told The Hollywood […]

Cormac McCarthy, Author of ‘No Country for Old Men,’ Dies at 89

Cormac McCarthy, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose searing novel No Country for Old Men served as the foundation for the Coen brothers’ 2007 film that earned Oscars for best picture, supporting actor, directing and adapted screenplay, has died. He was 89.  McCarthy died Tuesday of natural causes at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico, his publisher, […]

Mark Russell, Piano-Playing Political Satirist, Dies at 90

Mark Russell, the sly satirist who skewered America’s political elite for more than a half-century by blending stand-up comedy with biting song parodies, died Thursday. He was 90.  Russell died at his home in Washington of complications from prostate cancer, his wife, Alison, told The Washington Post. Perhaps best known for his series of one-man […]

Richard Belzer, Extraordinarily Smart-Ass as a Comic and a TV Cop, Dies at 78

Richard Belzer, the beloved comedian who began as an edgy stand-up performer before finding further fame as the cynical but stalwart detective John Munch on Homicide: Life on the Street and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, has died. He was 78.  Belzer died early Sunday at his home in Bozouls in southwest France, writer Bill Scheft, a […]