A.J. Pero, the drummer for the heavy-metal band Twisted Sister, died Friday. He was 55.
Andy Fraser, who co-wrote the rousing rock anthem “All Right Now” when he was the teenage bassist for the British rock band Free, has died in California at age 62.
He starred on TV’s “The Gong Show” for years and few people could probably tell you his real name.
He died Wednesday of cancer at his home in North Potomac, Maryland.
Richard Glatzer, who co-wrote and directed the Alzheimer’s drama “Still Alice” alongside his husband, Wash Westmoreland, while battling ALS, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 63.
The 52-year-old model and celebrity fitness trainer died of a possible heart attack.
He found his true calling working in the sci-fi genre.
Ben Woolf’s liver and both kidneys were transplanted into three Californians.
The victims’ bodies were found in a Charlotte, North Carolina, home on Tuesday.
Legendary jazz musician Clark Terry has died.
While he appeared in more than 100 movies and TV shows, he always said he preferred being a character actor as opposed to being the leading man.
The company’s brand includes Nutella (first sold in 1964), Kinder, Tic Tacs, Mon Cheri and Kinder Eggs.
Andrew composed many of the group’s hits (“Call on Me” and “Combination of the Two”) and was known for his psychedelic guitar playing
Arthur L. Alarcon, a judge who served on California and federal benches for 50 years and was the first Latino appointed to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, has died. He was 89.
The actress starred in many comedies but is perhaps best known for the 1960 Fellini movie “La Dolce Vita” which famously showed her cavorting in Rome’s Trevi Fountain in a black dress that left little to the imagination.