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Link: Christopher Plummer, chagrined star of ‘The Sound of Music,’ dies at 91

From Mike Barnes of The Hollywood Reporter:

Link: Christopher Plummer, chagrined star of ‘The Sound of Music,’ dies at 91
Christopher Plummer, the sophisticated star who in 2012 became the oldest actor to ever win a competitive Oscar — a just reward for his seven standout decades as leading man on the stage and screen — died Friday. He was 91. Continue reading.

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Link: Alex Trebek, host of ‘Jeopardy!’, dies after battle with pancreatic cancer

From Global News:

Link: Alex Trebek, host of ‘Jeopardy!’ dies after battle with pancreatic cancer
Alex Trebek, the host of syndicated game show Jeopardy! since 1984, passed away from pancreatic cancer Sunday, according to various media outlets. He was 80-years-old. Continue reading.Facebooktwitterredditlinkedinmail

Link: David Hayman dies: Music supervisor for film, TV and ads, VP Guild of Music Supervisors Of Canada Was 42

From Bruce Haring of Deadline:

Link: David Hayman dies: Music supervisor for film, TV and ads, VP Guild of Music Supervisors Of Canada Was 42

David Hayman, a Canadian music supervisor with extensive film and television credits, has died at age 42. His death was confirmed by his company, but no cause was immediately available. Continue reading.Facebooktwitterredditlinkedinmail

Link: Earl Pomerantz 1945 – 2020

From Bill Brioux of Brioux.tv:

Link: Earl Pomerantz 1945 – 2020
The Emmy award winner got his first TV writing gig on his older brother Hart Pomerantz’s CBC comedy/variety series The Hart & Lorne Terrific Hour (1970 – ’72). This was the place where Lorne Michaels learned how to craft a sketch comedy series. There are many wonderful moments that still hold up on that series and it should be accessible to all in this age of Peak TV. Continue reading. Facebooktwitterredditlinkedinmail

Link: Canadian actor Sean McCann dies at 83

From Jacob Lorinc of the Toronto Star:

Link: Canadian actor Sean McCann dies at 83
Sean McCann, an award-winning actor known for his role on the Canadian TV series Night Heat, died on Thursday. He was 83.

A prolific character actor, McCann performed in hundreds of productions, ranging from a Canadian politician in The King Chronicle (1988) to an animated bear in TV series Little Bear (1995-2003). Continue reading.Facebooktwitterredditlinkedinmail