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Chris Mortensen, Former NFL Reporter and Analyst for ESPN, Dies at 72

The Southern California native was an award-winning newspaperman before joining the sports network in 1991.

Mark Dodson, ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Gremlins’ Voice Actor, Dies at 64

Mark Dodson, the voice actor known for his work in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and Gremlins, died on Saturday. He was 64. Dodson passed away in Evansville, IL, his representative told The Hollywood Reporter. Stellar Appearances, Dodson’s talent agency, first announced his death via a statement on social media on Sunday. “Mark worked […]

Iris Apfel, Fashion Icon and Interior Designer, Dies at 102

Iris Apfel, a businesswoman, interior designer and fashion icon known for her eccentric style, who was also the subject of Albert Maysles’ 2014 documentary Iris, has died. She was 102. She died at her home in Palm Beach, Florida, her rep Lori Sale confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter Friday. “Iris Apfel was extraordinary,” Sale shared in […]

David Bordwell, Preeminent Film Scholar, Dies at 76

David Bordwell, the noted film scholar, teacher, author and researcher known for sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm of cinema with movie lovers everywhere, has died. He was 76. Bordwell died Thursday after a long illness, the University of Wisconsin-Madison announced. He taught at the school from 1973 until his retirement in 2004 and was its […]

Jenne Casarotto, Talent Agent and Co-Founder of Casarotto Ramsay & Associates, Dies at 77

Jenne Casarotto, who co-founded the London-based global talent agency Casarotto Ramsay & Associates and represented the likes of Tennessee Williams, Stephen Frears, David Hare, Terry Gilliam, Steve McQueen, Neil Jordan and John Madden during her long career, has died. She was 77. Casarotto died Thursday in the U.K. of complications from a short illness, her […]

Dave Myers, ‘Hairy Bikers’ Star, Dies at 66

Dave Myers, best known as one-half of The Hairy Bikers — Si King makes up the other half — has died. He was 66. King shared on X (formerly Twitter) Thursday that Myers died “peacefully at home” Wednesday night, following a years-long battle with cancer. “Last night, on 28th February 2024, with Lili, Dave’s wife, […]

Nina Avramides, Longtime Manager for Jimmy Buffett, Dies at 82

Nina Avramides, who worked for Jimmy Buffett in management roles for more than four decades, died Feb. 17 at her home in Marina del Rey after a battle with dementia, a publicist announced. She was 82. Avramides and Howard Kaufman teamed with James Guercio to manage Chicago before they joined Irving Azoff’s Front Line Management […]

Anne Whitfield, Young Actress in ‘White Christmas,’ Dies at 85

Anne Whitfield, who appeared in the beloved holiday classic White Christmas and on dozens of TV shows, from Father Knows Best, 77 Sunset Strip and Perry Mason to That Girl, Ironside and Emergency!, has died. She was 85. Whitfield died Feb. 7 at a hospital in Yakima, Washington, after suffering an “unexpected accident” while on […]

Richard Lewis Delighted in Sparring With Larry David on ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

The final season of Curb Your Enthusiasm reunited Larry David with one of his closest co-stars when the late Richard Lewis returned to the HBO comedy after taking a hiatus over his health. On the Feb. 18 episode of season 12, titled “Vertical Drop, Horizontal Tug,” the lifelong friends were seen riding a golf cart, […]

Larry David, Jamie Lee Curtis and Cheryl Hines Remember Richard Lewis: “Funniest Person and Also the Sweetest”

Richard Lewis’ friends and co-stars, including Larry David, Jamie Lee Curtis and Cheryl Hines, are taking to social media to pay tribute to the late actor and comedian. Lewis, known for his role on Curb Your Enthusiasm, died Tuesday night at his Los Angeles home after suffering a heart attack, his publicist told The Hollywood Reporter. […]

Richard Lewis, Neurotic Comic and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Actor, Dies at 76

Richard Lewis, the master of self-deprecating comedy who whined his way to stardom with stand-up TV specials, a sold-out concert at Carnegie Hall and turns on 'Anything but Love' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' has died. He was xx.

Buddy Duress, Robert Pattinson’s ‘Good Time’ Co-Star, Dies at 38

Buddy Duress, known for his role alongside Robert Pattinson in the Safdie Brothers’ Good Time, has died. He was 38. Duress, born Michael C. Stathis, died of “a cardiac arrest from a drug cocktail” in November, his brother Christopher Stathis confirmed to People on Tuesday. Duress was also known for his performance as Mike, a […]