Kalvert was also a well-respected music video director who worked with Mark Wahlberg, Will Smith and LL Cool J
The TV personality hosted "Treasure Hunt" and "Jackpot" in the 1970s and 1980s
The writer, director, actor and producer died after a four-year battle with a rare inflammatory disease at his Chicago-area home
Religious expert tells TheWrap that bible passage at the heart of the snake-handling tradition is the subject of "scholarly debate"
The man who played ogre Sweetums for more than 25 years had a heart attack on Friday
Waite passed away this afternoon, his church confirms
From "On the Good Ship Lollipop" to "Animal Crackers in My Soup," TheWrap honors the late actress with look back at her best numbers
Publicist confirms child star's passing
No decision yet on the future of "Happyish"
Longtime distribution and marketing executive was recently named film czar by L.A. mayor
Jacks produced "Dazed and Confused," "Tombstone" and "A Simple Plan"
Individuals close to the reality star's family say he died of a heart attack in Texas
Ruth Robinson Duccini also appeared in the 1981 movie "Under the Rainbow"
His career began in the early days of television with "Cavalcade of Stars" and "The Honeymooners"
Hollywood says farewell to stars of movies, television and music
He is recognized as the veteran of the "conservative" and "confrontational" talk radio format
Actress appeared in "ER" and "Judging Amy"
Avery, who played stern father "Uncle" Philip Banks, died of complications from open heart surgery in Glendale, California
The Dallas indie rock staple had been diagnosed with T-cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma in February
Under his son Edgar, Seagram made a short-lived foray into the entertainment industry
Singer was erroneously reported dead on Sunday
The leading lady starred in films such as Alfred Hitchcock's "Rebecca" as well as "Suspicion," co-starring Cary Grant
He'll be remembered forever for "Lawrence of Arabia," but O'Toole was also better as a singing headmaster in "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" than you might think
Film legend was nominated for 8 Oscars
She earned three Oscar nominations and played the baroness who lost Christopher Plummer to Julie Andrews in the classic musical
The sharp eyed editor found and grew talent at the pink paper, including Candace Bushnell and that sex column
Made famous for appearances on "The Montel Williams Show" and "Larry King Live," she died on Wednesday
Marketing career also involved stints at Spelling Productions and Warner Communications
Actress earned Emmy and acclaim for idiosyncratic performances
The butler from "The Artist" had been battling mesothelioma