Sebastopol Ballet School. He was in the Air Corps until 1946. In the 1980s, Bochco was a king in the world of network TV: Fountain, seen in 2011, recorded a 1959 version of "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" that became his signature tune and inspired the title of his 1972 memoir, "A Closer Walk.
Many will recognize his iconic song "1984's "Hallelujah," which was famously covered by Jeff Buckley in 1994. It was the conclusion of the band's 40th anniversary tour.
The French Culture Ministry announced the death of Charles Aznavour, a singer, songwriter and actor whose career dates back to the 1930s. Lari White, a country-music hitmaker in the '90s, has died at age 52. The Story of Jim Jones.
Gabor died of a heart attack, according to her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt. Dana worked as head writer on "The Steve Allen Plymouth Show," which is where he introduced the Jimenez character in 1959. MT July 6, 2015. She made guest appearances on such programs as "Room 222," "Nanny and the Professor" and "Emergency!
For 20 years he was a partner with Gus Marcy — their business was at 526 Broadway where the Three Dog Bakery is now , and later Ed opened a hardware store in the building where the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art is today for a time just down the street from another hardware store, Williams-Sonoma, which also went on to bigger things. The actor, who first appeared on Broadway in 1962, found steady work in film and on TV.
Dorothy Mengering, who charmed viewers appearing with her son, David Letterman, on his late-night TV program, has died. Jack Bannon, an actor who spent five seasons playing an assistant city editor on the newsroom drama "Lou Grant," has died.
Steve Baxman makes friends the hard way.
He appeared in 1976's Assault on Precinct 13, 1980's The Shining and had a steady string of TV guest spots and retired from acting in 2007, the year after his final Rocky movie. Strictly Business: The 1992 romance novel, which Waller reportedly wrote in 11 days, spent more than three years on the New York Times bestseller list. She announced her retirement this year. His son Les, who joined Peterson Mechanical in 1973, remembers his dad rigging together a giant rotisserie for an early Sonoma Ox Roast.
He was 95. If you no longer want to follow a story, click the "Unfollow" link on that story. Ingram topped the Billboard Hot 100 twice: