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Anne Rice, the famed New Orleans author whose sensational debut novel, 'Interview With the Vampire,' sent her down a supernatural path writing about blood-suckers, witches and werewolves, has died. She was xx.
She received an Oscar nomination for 'Sounder,' mesmerized TV audiences in 'The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman' and won a Tony for 'The Trip to Bountiful.'
Diana Rigg, the Emmy- and Tony-winning British actress who vaulted to international fame in the 1960s with her performance as the seductive spy Emma Peel on 'The Avengers,' then gained a new following decades later as the cunning Lady Olenna Tyrell on 'Game of Thrones,' has died. She was 82.