I'm sad to report that 'The Rockford Files' Actor, James Garner, passed away over the weekend at the age of 86.
Born James Scott Bumgarner in 1928, Garner hit it big in 1957 as the title character in the TV show 'Maverick.'
Eric Dane, Grey's Anatomy's McSteamy, has just check into rehab due to pain killer addiction. Hmm, I guess playing a doctor on TV you have access to all those tiny little pills that make you feel better. This does make me sad, another Hollywood actor fallen into addiction.
Veteran stage and screen actor Roberts Blossom has died of natural causes in Santa Monica, California. He was 87.
Blossom’s 40-year career included films like ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ and ‘Christine,’ and TV series such as ‘Northern Exposure’ and ‘Chicago Hope.’
But he’s perhaps best known for playing “Old Man Marley” in the classic holiday movie ‘Home Alone,’ in which he stole the hea
After 9 years leading the show CSI, William Petersen decided to leave the show. The casting directors replaced him with Laurence Fishburne who was with the show for 3 years and decided to end his run as Dr. Richard Langston, this past season. Now CSI will continue and this time with Ted Danson.
Actress Nikki Blonsky, hit the scene when she starred in the 2007 remake of Hairspray. She played the lead character Tracy Turnblad. According to all the reviews and her Golden Globe Nomination Nikki had a promising career in Hollywood. Now if that were true, then why is she now working in a high end shoe boutique in New York.
Actor Peter Falk, who for decades played the titular character on the detective telepic series ‘Columbo,’ died Thursday night at his home in Beverly Hills, CA. He was 83.
Falk had been suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s, which was first made public in December 2008, according to the AP. The actor “died peacefully,” his family said in a statement.
Betty White, a true icon of television and movies, is one of our favorite actresses of all time. She has been in the business since 1939. She's charmed us on TV sitcoms, she's stolen our hearts on the big screen, she's helped win money for several game show contestants, and she's taken on the SNL stage in one of the best guest hosts in history. This is why we lo...
The life of singer Jeff Buckley is about to be told on the big screen.
According to Deadline, 'Welcome to the Rileys' helmer Jake Scott is set to direct an untitled biopic about the late singer, who died tragically in 1997 at the age of 30. Ryan Jaffe ('The Rocker') will pen the script, while Riley's mother, Mary Guibert, will serve as executive producer.