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28 Jun
Hollywood actress Mary Mara, known for her roles on TV shows including "Law & Order," "Ray Donovan", and "NYPD Blue," passed away on Sunday, aged 61. The actress' manager confirmed her death by drowning to Page Six. New York State Police troopers responded to a complaint of a suspected drowning a little after 8 a.m.…
19 Jul 2021
TV actor Isaiah Stokes, who has made appearances on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Power," and "Blue Bloods," has been charged with murder for the February shooting of a New York man. Stokes, 41, was charged with second-degree murder and two counts of second-degree criminal weapon possession in a Queens courtroom Friday after being…
2 Jun 2021
Veteran American actor Robert Hogan, who appeared in more than 100 primetime shows, has died. He was 87 years old. According to his family's announcement in the New York Times, Hogan died due to complications from pneumonia at his home in Maine on May 27. He had been living with vascular Alzheimer's disease since 2013.…


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