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
Legendary, Venerable '60 Minutes' Anchor Morley Safer Dies At 84During his 46 years on "60 Minutes," Safer did 919 stories, from his first in 1970 about U.S. Sky Marshals to his last this March, a profile of Danish architect Bjarke Ingels.
LA Residents Take Prince's Death Hard, Vigil Held In Leimert ParkCity Hall is being bathed in a purple haze Thursday evening in his honor.
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."
'Legends Of The Fall' Author Jim Harrison Dead At 78The versatile and prolific author completed more than 30 books, most recently the novella collection "The Ancient Minstrel," and was admired worldwide.
Comedians Recall The Brilliance Of Colleague Garry ShandlingThe 66-year-old comic genius who wrung easy laughs out of paranoia and low self-esteem was a beloved and influential stand-up comic, actor and writer.
'The Waltons,' 'Falcon Crest' Creator Earl Hamner Jr. Dies At 92In tone, the two shows Hamner became known for could not be more different. Actually, that's a complete understatement.
Former Major League Catcher Turned 'Today' Show Host, Joe Garagiola Dies At 90It was after he stopped playing baseball that his fortunes took off. He thrived as a glib baseball broadcaster and fixture on "Today" leading to a nearly 30-year association with NBC.
'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.
Journalist Behind Such Groundbreaking Fare As 'The Pentagon Papers' Dies At 96Ben Bagdikian once said he had spent most of his career "exposing the neglected suffering of others."
Keith Emerson Of Iconic '70s Band Emerson, Lake And Palmer Dies At 71"Keith was a gentle soul whose love for music and passion for his performance as a keyboard player will remain unmatched for many years to come," his former bandmate, drummer Carl Palmer, said in a statement.