Another legend has passed away due to Coronavirus.
John Callahan who is best known for playing Edmound Grey in ‘All my Children’ has died at the age of 66. Callahan, who was famous for his work on various soap operas such as ‘Days of Our Lives,’ ‘ Santa Barbara’ and ‘Falcon Crest’. passed away at his Palm Springs home Saturday night reports Variety
John Callahan, a verteran actor best known for his role as Edmund Grey on the popular soap opera All My Children, has died.
All My Children and Santa Barbara vet John Callahan died on Saturday morning after suffering a massive stroke at his home in Palm Desert, Calif. He was 66. “May flights of angels wing you to your rest, my dear friend,” Callahan’s ex-wife and former AMC screen partner, Eva La Rue, shared on Instagram. (The two [
Lee Fierro, best known as Alex Kintner’s mom in Steven Spielberg’s 1975 shark attack classic “Jaws,” died Sunday of complications from the coronavirus. She was 91. The actress was residing at an assisted living facility in Ohio when she died from COVID-19, the Martha’s Vineyard Times reports. “The one word I would think of when
She tirelessly supported a variety of causes, including civil rights, the Black Panthers and the fight to save Canada's public health care.
Actor John Callahan died at the age of 66, his ex-wife Eva LaRue announced on Instagram Saturday. Callahan was best known for the role of Edmund Grey in the television drama "All My Children."
John Callahan, best known for his role on "All My Children" has died. He was 66.
Honor Blackman -- one of the first iconic, and perhaps most iconic Bond girls of the movie franchise -- has died. The 1960s and '70s movie and TV star -- who was considered a bonafide bombshell in her day -- passed away peacefully at her home in
Patricia Bosworth, the renowned author who penned several biographies of Hollywood’s biggest stars after abandoning an acting career, is dead at 86. Bosworth died Thursday in New York City from pneumonia brought on by coronavirus, her stepdaughter Fia Hatsav told The New York Times. One of her
Patricia Bosworth, who started out as an actress in films such as “The Nun’s Story” and went on to become a notable celebrity biographer and magazine editor, died Thursday of complications of the coronavirus. She was 86. Her friend Ray Leslee wrote on Facebook, “Patti was more than a great writer. She was an inspiration and