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- October 27, 1997
- Vol. 48
- No. 17
Xena: Warrior Princess star Lucy Lawless, 29, is engaged to Robert Tapert, 42, executive producer of her TV series and the TV show Hercules. It will be the second marriage for Lawless and the first for Tapert.
Harold Robbins, 81, the author of such racy novels as The Carpetbaggers and Never Love a Stranger, died of respiratory heart failure Oct. 14 in Palm Springs, Calif....
Arthur Tracy, 98, known as the Street Singer on the radio and in recordings during the 1930s and '40s, died of undisclosed causes on Oct. 5 in New York City. Tracy's voice was heard in the 1981 remake of the movie Pennies from Heaven, which starred Steve Martin....
Japanese game designer Gunpei Yokoi, 56, who created Nintendo's handheld Game Boy machines, was killed in a car accident outside Tokyo on Oct. 4. Yokoi helped transform Nintendo from a playing-card manufacturer to an electronics giant. More than 55 million Game Boy units have been sold worldwide since 1989....
Actress Joyce Compton, 90, who appeared in dozens of movies, including The Awful Truth with Cary Grant (1937) and Christmas in Connecticut with Barbara Stanwyck (1945), died of undisclosed causes on Oct. 13 in L.A.
On Oct. 9 a French appeals court fined actress and animal-rights crusader Brigitte Bardot, 63, $1,600 and ordered her to pay one franc—16 cents—to a human-rights group that had sued her over comments that appeared in a conservative newspaper criticizing the Muslim practice of slaughtering sheep....
Raunchy radio host Howard Stern, 43, filed a fraud and breach-of-contract suit against the Ministry of Film studio on Oct. 8 in L.A. superior court, charging the company reneged on a deal to pay him $1.5 million for a role in its movie Jane, which was dropped after financing fell through. Stern alleges that the studio never had the money to bankroll the film, which was to star Melanie Griffith, and used his name in a failed attempt to attract backers....
Seeking unspecified damages, Bruce Brodnax, 64, a homeless man in L.A., filed suit against Alicia Silverstone, 21, on Oct. 10, charging that the actress hit him while driving her Ford Bronco on Oct. 29, 1996, in downtown L.A. Brodnax claims he suffered a broken arm and will need surgery on his shoulder and knee.
Author James A. Michener, 90, who is suffering from congestive heart failure, was reported to be in stable condition and resting at his Austin, Texas, home earlier this week. Michener recently made the decision to go off a kidney dialysis machine that had helped reduce the strain on his heart over the past several years. A family friend said in a statement, "Mr. Michener is undergoing evaluations. He is perfectly well and comfortable."...
John F. Kennedy Jr., 35, reportedly had hand surgery on Oct. 8 in New York City. He was accompanied to Lenox Hill Hospital by his wife, Carolyn, and sister Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg. Neither the hospital nor Kennedy's office would comment....
Comic actor Dana Carvey, 42, is recovering at home after undergoing angioplasty to open a clogged artery on Sept. 25 in Greenbrae, Calif.
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