Famed Pianist Van Cliburn Dies at 78 11 weeks ago
Van Cliburn, the American pianist who stunned Russian audiences at the height of the Cold War with performances of Tchaikovsky and...
By Greg Gilman
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
Also produced "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" and "The Thorn Birds."
Best known for her work in "Hud," the award winning actress suffered a debilitating stroke that nearly ended her career
Oscar nominated designer was best known for his work on Alfred Hitchcock's films
Feisty news veteran covered Watergate and Clinton impeachment for CBS, CNN and ultimately NPR
Veteran home entertainment executive had worked at Blockbuster, co-founded DEJ Productions
Gravelly-voiced actor played the Indians' manager in "Major League" and its sequel
He was an internationally recognized authority on Third World and post-colonial cinema
Started his career as a cinematographer, shot "Blithe Spirit"
Was well known for high-profile client list and frequent journeys to Cuba
Known for his efforts to bring modern literature to the big screen, he filmed "Ulysses," "Tropic of Cancer"
Shot "Rosemary's Baby," "Bullitt," "Heaven Can Wait," "1941"
The actor who wrote and directed "Easy Rider" went on to play a wide range of crazies and villains
Child star gained fame on "Diff'rent Strokes," but struggled later in life
Hosted "People Are Funny," "House Party," more during long television career
Emmy-winning writer co-created "One Day at a Time" with his wife, wrote for numerous classic comedies
Legendary singer fought racial barriers in music and on film
Palevsky's donations helped save Rolling Stone magazine, Santa Monica's Aero Theater
Was stunt coordinator on films ranging from "Outrageous Fortune" to "Sex and the City 2"
He had been secretly fighting cancer for a year
She was 70; a cause of death was not disclosed
Urbane character actor starred in "Dynasty" and was the voice of Charlie on "Charlie's Angels"
Jaime Escalante taught calculus to inner-city students for two decades
Marshall chronicled Woodstock and the Beatles last concert
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”