The screen and theater legend “died peacefully in her sleep,” her family said.
The comedy genius, who died at 98, paved the way for everyone from Steve Martin to Larry David—and was even able to turn his first brush with the obituary page into laughs.
The iconic actor left perhaps his most indelible mark on cinema by standing up for those blacklisted in the McCarthy Era with “Spartacus” in 1960.
Infernos transformed Bel-Air and Malibu from bohemian communities into wealthy enclaves. Now they’re about to become even more rarefied.
The Hungarian actress/socialite, who passed away on Sunday at the age of 99, was a paragon of glamour, bringing some much-needed pizzazz to Old Hollywood.
Which of the current Presidential candidates can truly claim Ronald Reagan’s legacy? National Geographic Channel’s Killing Reagan shows that the question is not so simple.