Acclaimed Actor-Writer Joseph Bologna Dies At 82He died surrounded by family and friends at City of Hope in Duarte.
Peter Sallis, Voice Of 'Wallace And Gromit,' Dead At 96British actor Peter Sallis, who played irrepressible, cheese-loving inventor Wallace in the Wallace and Gromit cartoons, has died, his agent said Monday. He was 96.
'Game Of Thrones' Actor Neil Fingleton Dies At 36His agent called Fingleton, "A gentle giant."
Actor Ron Lester Dies; Starred In 'Varsity Blues'Actor Ron Lester, best known for playing Billy Bob in the 1999 film "Varsity Blues," has died of organ failure at 45.
Alan Young, Star Of Talking Horse '60s Sitcom 'Mr. Ed,' Dies At 96Mr. Ed was a golden Palomino who spoke only to his owner, Wilbur Post, played by Young
CBS Daytime Parodies Those Sexy Burger Commercials With A Hunk Instead Of A BabeActor Pierson Fode (Thomas on "The Bold and the Beautiful") is shown shirtless (natch) enjoying his burger. Make that really enjoying his burger.
Dim Governor On TV's 'Benson,' James Noble Dies At 94Noble's other TV credits include most of the hits of the 1970s and '80s, including "Fantasy Island," "Murder, She Wrote," ''Hart to Hart," ''Starsky and Hutch," ''The Love Boat" and "McCloud."
'White Shadow' Star, SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard Dies At 71Howard's career spanned four decades in TV, theater and film
'LA Law' Actor, Emmy Winner Larry Drake Dies At 66The Tulsa-born Drake won two Emmys for the role of Benny, one in 1988 and another the following year.
'Godfather', 'Barney Miller' Actor Abe Vigoda Dead At 94Character Abe Vigoda, whose leathery, sunken-eyed face made him ideal for playing the over-the-hill detective Phil Fish in the 1970s TV series "Barney Miller" and the doomed Mafia soldier in "The Godfather," died Tuesday at age 94.
Actor Daniel Radcliffe To Receive Star On Hollywood Walk Of FameActor Daniel Radcliffe will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday morning.
Former Soap Star Reportedly On Life Support Following Car CrashAfter starring on CBS' "As the World Turns," Nathaniel Marston went on to star on ABC's "One Life to Live" as Al Holden from 2001-2003. After he was let go, the fans clamored for his return and he came back as Michael McBain until 2007.