A popular lifeguard died Saturday after falling from his bike, according to officials.
Richard Adams, an early mover in the push for same-sex marriage both at the altar and in the courts, has died.
Frank Cady, a character actor best known as the general-store owner on the sitcom “Green Acres,” has died. He was 96.
Nolan Miller, the man who made shoulder pads fashionable on TV’s outrageous and over-the-top “Dynasty,” has died.
Television and radio personality Dick Clark died Wednesday after suffering a massive heart attack.
A porn actor known as Sledge Hammer has died several days after being shocked with a stun gun during a struggle with Los Angeles police officers.
Whitney Houston, who reigned as pop music’s queen until her majestic voice and regal image were ravaged by drug use, erratic behavior and a tumultuous marriage to singer Bobby Brown, has died. She was 48.
Celebrities — fans and friends — took to Twitter to express their shock and grief about the untimely death of singer/actress/legend Whitney Houston at 48. And they get so emotional…
Father Maurice Chase, better known as “Father Dollar Bill”, has died. He was 92 years old.
Dolores Hope, the widow of legendary comedian Bob Hope, has died at age 102.
Cliff Robertson, the handsome movie actor who played John F. Kennedy in “PT-109,” won an Oscar for “Charly,” was once married to an heiress and was famously victimized in a 1977 Hollywood forgery scandal, died Saturday. He was 88.
Jonas Bevacqua, who co-founded the popular hip hop-oriented clothing company LRG, has died. He was 34.
Comic David Frye, whose impressions of Presidents Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson and other prominent political figures vaulted him to popularity in the 1960s and 1970s, has died in Las Vegas, his family confirmed Saturday. He was 77.
Isabelle Caro, a French actress and model whose emaciated image appeared in a shock Italian ad campaign and whose anorexia and career were followed by others suffering from eating disorders, has died at the age of 28.
Award-winning R&B singer and songwriter Teena Marie, most known for the 1984 hit “Lovergirl,” has died.