| Feb 13, 2009
The story does not begin in Hollywood, where it's possible, though by no means certain, that Cheeta became famous. It does not begin in Palm Springs, where Cheeta lives like so many other retirees, soaking in sunshine, bickering with relatives and, on...
| Apr 12, 2008
By George, the old girl is indestructible.
Stricken with acoustical woes at the Ahmanson Theatre and a Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle with virtually no chemistry, the Cameron Mackintosh/National Theatre of Great Britain production of "My Fair Lady"...
| Apr 25, 2010
For decades, Mike Silverman touted himself as "the Realtor to the stars," drawing swoons from the news media here and abroad both for his movie-star clientele and his movie-star looks.
In his case, the nickname wasn't just a publicist's creation but a...
| Jul 22, 2010
Buff Cobb, who hosted the pioneering television talk show "Mike and Buff" in the early 1950s with Mike Wallace, who was then her husband, died July 12, her family announced. She was believed to be 83.
Cobb, a former actress and theatrical producer,...
| May 14, 2012
| 9:45 AM
Joyce Redman, a two-time Oscar-nominated Irish-born actress whose erotically charged dinner-eating scene opposite Albert Finney was a highlight of the bawdy 1963 British film comedy "Tom Jones," has died. She was 96.
Redman died Thursday in Kent, England...