James L. White, who wrote the screenplay for “Ray,” the 2004 movie about singer Ray Charles, has died in California. He was 67.
Brown died on Sunday at Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Georgia surrounded by her family.
Writer E.L. Doctorow, who wryly reimagined the American experience in such novels as “Ragtime” and “The March” and applied its lessons to the past and the future in fiction and nonfiction, has died. He was 84.
Rocco’s career spanned more than five decades.
Sanders was also the mother of CNN and New Yorker journalist Jeffrey Toobin, who announced that she died Tuesday on his Facebook page.
Composer Michael Masser, who wrote and produced of some of Whitney Houston’s biggest hits, has died. He was 74.
The innovative and highly-respected Satoru joined the company in the 1980s as a programming whiz.
Retired federal judge Lawrence K. Karlton, whose written legal opinions on topics ranging from mental health care for inmates to the environment stand as significant influences on key issues, has died in Northern California.
“The world has lost a great actor, gentleman and soul,” said Chita Rivera.
Variety’s Brian Lowry said she was “for a time, perhaps, the most influential publicity executive in Hollywood.”
Robert Chartoff, the Oscar-winning movie producer behind the boxing classics “Rocky” and “Raging Bull,” has died. He was 81.
Vincent Bugliosi, the legendary prosecutor responsible for putting Charles Manson behind bars, has died. He was 80.
Her film credits included “Mr. Roberts” with Henry Fonda, “The Long Gray Line” with Tyrone Power and Maureen O’Hara, “Queen Bee” with Joan Crawford, and “The Tin Star” with Fonda and Anthony Perkins.
Reynaldo Rey, the actor-comedian who appeared in such films as “Friday” and “White Men Can’t Jump,” has died. He was 75.
Marty Pasetta was nominated for nine Emmy awards.