The Hollywood Reporter
Mexican Superstar Juan Gabriel Dies at 66
He had just embarked on the biggest tour of his life.
Marvin Kaplan, 'Alice' Actor and Voice of Choo Choo on 'Top Cat,' Dies at 89
The Brooklyn native was discovered by Katharine Hepburn and made his onscreen debut in her 1949 classic comedy 'Adam’s Rib.'
Sonia Rykiel, French Designer Known for Knitwear, Dies at 86
For the generation of women who came of age in the heady 1960s and '70s, Rykiel, with her hallmark bright orange hair, came to symbolize the new era of freedom.
Andrea Jaffe, Influential Hollywood Publicist, Dies at 66
A member of a prominent Hollywood family, she promoted the careers of Tom Cruise and Oliver Stone.
Jeanne Martin, Model and Ex-Wife of Dean Martin, Dies at 89
Their youngest son, musician Ricci Martin, died earlier this month.
Steven Hill, District Attorney Adam Schiff on 'Law & Order,' Dies at 94
Also known for his work on the stage and on 'Mission: Impossible,' Hill "was not only one of the truly great actors of his generation, he was one of the most intelligent people I have ever met," said Dick Wolf.
Remembering Lou Pearlman: The Ponzi Schemer Who Spawned the Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync and More
"While the artists Pearlman ripped off still credit him with discovering them, less fortunate are the investors whose life savings he stole, who saw their last hope of financial recovery die with him," writes Tyler Gray, author of the book 'The Hit Charade: Lou Pearlman, Boy Bands, and the Biggest Ponzi Scheme in U.S. History.'
Jazz Harmonica Great Toots Thielemans Dies at 94
His solos appeared on the film scores of 'Midnight Cowboy,' 'The Getaway' and 'Sugarland Express' and in the 'Sesame Street' theme music.
Lou Pearlman, Disgraced Backstreet Boys Impresario, Dies at 62
Pearlman, once producer and manager of the Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC, was serving a 25-year sentence in prison.
Brian Rix, British Comic Actor, Dies at 92
The comic actor died on Saturday.