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Texas native Larry Coryell, dazzling guitarist who brought rock energy to jazz, dies at 73

Larry Coryell, a guitarist of spectacular technique who defied and redefined musical boundaries as a leader of the movement fusing jazz and rock in...

John Hurt, British actor who played desperate, eccentric characters, dies at 77

John Hurt, a British actor who gave compelling depth to desperate, flawed and sometimes monstrously deformed characters in performances that captivated audiences and critics...

Barbara Hale, who played Della Street on ‘Perry Mason,’ dies at 94

Barbara Hale, a wavy-haired model and Hollywood leading lady of the 1940s and 1950s who warbled with Frank Sinatra in his first big film...

Milt Okun, music impresario who spanned pop, folk and opera, helped John Denver’s career, dies at 92

Milt Okun, a classically trained pianist and music impresario who shepherded acts such as Peter, Paul and Mary and John Denver to national renown...

Gwen Ifill, journalist who became staple of public affairs TV shows, dies at 61

WASHINGTON - Gwen Ifill, who covered politics for some of the country's premier newspapers before transitioning to broadcast journalism and making her greatest mark...

Actor George Kennedy, renowned for ‘Airport’ movies, ‘Cool Hand Luke,’ dies at 91

George Kennedy, the burly character actor who won an Academy Award as a chain-gang leader in "Cool Hand Luke," threatened Audrey Hepburn as a...

Maureen O’Hara, smoldering Irish beauty of movie fame, dies at 95

Maureen O'Hara, a flame-haired actress whose screen career spanned seven decades and was largely defined by the sassy firecrackers she played opposite leading men...

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