A real-life Marine Corps veteran, Ermey often played hard-edged characters, including in the 2003 horror remakes "Willard" and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. June 9, 2017: Hale was married to actor Bill Williams, whom she met in 1945 while making the film "West of the Pecos.
She made an even stronger impression as Mary Richards, the optimistic producer of a TV-news show, on "Mary Tyler Moore," which ran from 1970-1977.
Juan Gabriel, an iconic Mexican singer and songwriter, has died of a heart attack. View office profile. Bochco was 74. Craig Mack, a rapper best known for the 1994 hit "Flava in Ya Ear," has died.
The defending Class A champion Jugglers are on their way back to the Carrier Dome to compete for a sectional final after getting moved up to Class AA this season. He was 87.
Martin Landau, an Oscar-winning actor whose career dates back to the '50, has died. He was 67. Yarbrough, who suffered from dementia, was 86.
According to the BBC, Skellern announced that he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor last year; later, in October, he was ordained as a priest and a deacon in the Church of England on the same day.
Miller released his album "Swimming" in August, which debuted at No. His big-screen work includes "Ben," a 1972 sequel to "Willard;" "Silent Running" 1972 ; and "Meteor" 1979.
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He never experienced another success on that scale, but he continued to write. Solutions for your role Go to. Johnson died at home in Minneapolis after a lengthy illness, according to Rolling Stone.
The actress, who was 89, died in a Paris clinic after a long illness. The 1992 romance novel, which Waller reportedly wrote in 11 days, spent more than three years on the New York Times bestseller list. Troy Gentry, half of the country duo Montgomery Gentry, has died in a helicopter crash.Body Found In Suitcase In Greenwich, Connecticut - NBC Nightly News
Actor Richard Anderson, who simultaneously appeared on two prime-time hits in the 1970s, has died.