Michael Clarke Duncan, an Oscar nominee for his role in the film "The Green Mile," has died while in his second month of treatment following a heart attack. He was 54.
Legendary comic and actress Phyllis Diller has died. She was 95. Phyllis Diller first started doing in her late 30's... some reports even say she began at age 38. Proof enough that you should never let age get in the way of starting a whole new path.
Nora Ephron, best known for penning the screenplay for "When Harry Met Sally" (1989) and writing and directing "Sleepless in Seattle" (1989) and "You've Got Mail" (1998), has died after battling leukemia. Strangely, the word started to get around earlier today when gossip columnist Liz Smith wrote a story referring to Ephron in the past tense.
Robin Gibb, one of the three members of the Bee Gees, has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 62.
America's oldest teenager, Dick Clark, died from a massive heart attack this morning.
William Shatner, who famously mocks his own willingness to shill for virtually anyone who pays him, can now write off his Priceline gig. The brand is killing off his character with a bang (or, rather, CRASH) in a commercial campaign this Monday. Here's the spot...
A chimpanzee who appeared as "Cheeta" in the Tarzan films of the early 1930s just died Saturday. He was believed to be around 80 years old. He had experienced kidney failure earlier in the week. An article on his death actually claims he enjoyed throwing poop in his later years at an animal sanctuary.
Sad news to report today, as Peter Falk passed away last night at the age of 83. TMZ had a statement from a family...