Gelb also served as Metropolitan Editor and Deputy Managing Editor
The American pianist rose to fame at the height of the Cold War after winning the inaugural International Tchaikovsky Competition
Breena Camden, who was 49, started her career as a journalist before switching tracks. She held several different positions at Fox before leaving in 2007
The Welsh-born stage and screen actor got his big break courtesy of John Lennon and George Harrison
The preeminent disco diva, Donna Summer's death at 63 has us thanking God it's always Friday when her late-'70s classics come on
Legendary musical diva was best known for hits such as "Hot Stuff" and "Last Dance"
Amos Vogel, who made a sophisticated mark on the American film scene, died on Tuesday in Manhattan at 91
An Oscar winner for 1968's "Charly," he blew the whistle on David Begelman on a Hollywood check-forging scandal in the 1970s
The writer of "You Light Up My Life" was found dead in his Upper East Side apartment at 73; he was awaiting trial for sexual...
Authored 12 books and worked on Broadway plays and television shows
The sound mixer behind "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" died Saturday of congestive heart failure in Alabama
Mel Gussow, who wrote most of the paper's 4,100-word obit on the screen legend, died in 2005
Oscar-winning actress starred in "Cleopatra" and "Giant," but commanded as much attention for her love affair with Richard Burton and AIDS work
Ex-Washington bureau chief for NBC News had some of Sunday show's most memorable interviews
Veteran character Len Lesser also appeared in "The Outlaw Josey Wales" and "The Birdman of Alcatraz"
Versatile performer starred in MGM musicals, 1970s sitcoms and Broadway
Actress was conflicted about the 1973 erotic masterpiece that made her famous and appeared sporadically in films
In addition to creating the memorable 007 theme, composer won three Oscars for his work
Former L.A. Herald-Examiner entertainment reporter turned PR man died Saturday in Las Vegas
His ABC concert series hosted some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll during the 1970s
Producer who joined 20th Century in 1959 suffers heart attack at 89
Became a feminist icon with roles in "An Unmarried Woman" and "Starting Over"
Veteran announcer lent his voice to the popular game show for 26 years
Actress who played 1950s prototype TV mom died in Santa Monica on Saturday
Television producer, who also created "The Rockford Files" and "21 Jump Street," dies of complications from melanoma
Oscar nominee also directed "The Miracle Worker" and "Little Big Man"
Singer's affair with Elizabeth Taylor and divorce from Debbie Reynolds was a tabloid sensation
His credits include "Hud," "Norma Rae," "The Long Hot Summer"
Western fixture also produced "The High Chaparral" and "The Restless Gun"
The filmmaker who rose to fame with "Tous les Matins du Monde" was 67