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  1. 'Spider-Man' Costume Designer Eiko Ishioka Dies at 73

    11:54 am 1/28/2012

    She won an Academy Award for "Bram Stoker's Dracula" and a Grammy for the cover design of Miles Davis' "Tutu" album.Read more

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  2. Ian Abercrombie, Elaine’s Boss on 'Seinfeld,' Dies at 77

    3:59 pm 1/27/2012

    Character actor worked continuously throughout his 50-year-plus career, with credits that include “Stalag 17,” “Army of Darkness,” “Rango” and “Wizards of Waverly Place.”Read more

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  3. 'Welcome Back Kotter's' Epstein, Actor Robert Hegyes, Dies at 60

    7:19 pm 1/26/2012

    He played Juan Epstein on the 1970s television show and was a regular on "Cagney & Lacey."Read more

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  4. Joaquin Martinez, a Warrior in Film and TV Westerns, Dies at 81

    4:48 pm 1/26/2012

    A native of Mexico, he played Indians in the ‘70s films “Jeremiah Johnson” and “Ulzana’s Raid,” two highlights in a 40-year career as a character actor.Read more

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  5. Howard Rothberg, Former Agent and Manager, Dies at 72

    12:12 pm 1/26/2012

    He worked with comedy greats Mel Brooks, Larry Gelbart, Dom DeLuise and the Smothers Brothers.Read more

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  6. Andrea Moar, Former 'All My Children' Actress, Drowns in Mexico

    10:49 am 1/26/2012

    The soap star, who fled L.A. for Minnesota in the 1990s, died off the coast of Cancun while on vacation. She was 55. Read more

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  7. Nicol Williamson, Noted Film and Stage Star, Dies at 75

    3:06 pm 1/25/2012

    Scottish actor played Sherlock Holmes and Merlin onscreen and received a pair of Tony nominations.Read more

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  8. Etta James Funeral and Memorial Details Released

    6:31 pm 1/24/2012

    The legendary singer died from complications of leukemia at the age of 73 at a hospital in Riverside, Calif. Jan. 20.Read more

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  9. Dick Tufeld, Voice of the “Lost in Space” Robot, Dies at 85

    3:35 pm 1/24/2012

    He also served as the announcer on dozens of TV and radio shows and was the voice of ABC daytime for 30 years.Read more

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