The Tony Award-winning writer of “Annie,” “Hairspray” and “The Producers,” has died at the age of 88 on Aug. 22. Bruce is survived by his loving wife of 54 years Helen (Sharkey) Brown, his daughter Linda Rusk and her husband Dean Rusk, as well as, his three grandchildren Kristin, Emma and Tia. Pat DiNizio, lead singer and songwriter of the New Jersey rock band The Smithereens, died on Dec. 12. The Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie died Oct. 17 at age 53 after being diagnosed with a brain tumor in May. Rose Marie, an actress known for her roles in "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "The Doris Day Show," as well as in appearances on "Hollywood Squares," died on Dec. 28. The famed horror director who invented the modern zombie movie with 1968’s “Night of the Living Dead,” died July 16 at age 77 after a short battle with lung cancer. S.I. He also made a number of short films including The Wet Set, featuring the Hobie-MacGregor Sportswear Surf Team and one of the earliest skateboarding films, America's Newest Sport, presenting the Hobie Super Surfer Skateboard Team. She was 59-years-old. The American actor, best known for playing a private eye on the long-running CBS action series "Mannix" (1967-75), died on January 26 at age 91. Leave your condolences to the family on this memorial page or send flowers to show you care. To continue reading for free, provide your email below. News of the suicide was first reported by the Post in an official obituary on Dec. 24. He was 85. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease late in 2010. In 2003, Brown revived Bruce Brown Films, LLC together with Alex Mecl with the intent of protecting Brown's legacy and intellectual property, including his trademarks, copyrights, and vast film archives. Find the obituary of Bruce Brown (2020) from Jamaica Plain, MA. Charles Manson, the con man, cult leader and criminal who led the Manson Family murders in the '60s, died on Nov. 19. Della Reese, a jazz and pop singer who also starred on "Touched by an Angel," died on Nov. 19. Bruce Brown, the documentary filmmaker best known for changing the public perception of surfing with his 1966 film “Endless Summer,” died on Sunday of natural causes. Jack Blessing, an actor known for his roles on “Moonlighting,” “The Naked Truth” and “George Lopez,” died following a battle with pancreatic cancer on November 14. The actor, director, playwright, and Oscar-nominated screenwriter died Aug. 13 at the age of 82 after losing his battle with pancreatic cancer. Newhouse Jr., who ran the Conde Nast publishing empire that included magazine giants such as Vanity Fair, Vogue and The New Yorker, died Oct. 1 at the age of 89. A look back at the stars of movies, TV, media and music we lost this year. Malcolm Young, one of the founding guitarists of rock band AC/DC, died on Nov. 18 after battling dementia. He was 89. Longtime Villanova basketball coach Rollie Massimino died Aug. 30 at the age of 82 after battling lung cancer. Brown died of natural causes in Santa Barbara, California, nine days after his 80th birthday. Legendary stand-up comedian and actor best known as an insult comic, Rickles died Apr. He returned home and became a successful business owner of a roofing and skylight company. Blake Heron, the former child actor best known for playing Marty Preston in the 1996 family movie “Shiloh,” has died at the age of 35 on Sep. 8, Michael Friedman, a composer and lyricist whose musical “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” played on Broadway in 2010, died Sep. 9 at age 41 from complications of HIV/AIDS. He died suddenly from apparent surgical complications at home on July 15, 2020. Bruce served in the Army from 1961-1964, stationed in Fort Hood, TX and serving overseas in Germany during the Cold War. The famed comic book artist known for co-creating the DC comic book monster Swamp Thing died Mar. One of the stars of Disney’s 2004 film “Miracle,” Mantenuto died at the age of 35 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Apr. Bruce lived a full life surrounded by family and friends. Felicia O’Dell, better known as Chef Sista Girl or Auntie Fee, was a viral YouTube sensation known for her "good ass chicken" died Mar. He was 66. Brown went beyond surfing a few times with films about motorcycle sport, On Any Sunday (1971), which is held in high regard as one of the best motorcycle documentaries of all time, On Any Sunday II (1981), Baja 1000 Classic (1991), and On Any Sunday: Revisited (2000). Gregg AllmanThe organist and singer for The Allman Brothers, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Gregg Allman died peacefully in his sleep at his home in Savannah, Georgia, at the age of 69, according to his official website. John Dunsworth, star of the hit Canadian TV series “Trailer Park Boys,” died Oct. 16 at age 71. Surfing was still seen as a fringe activity at that time, but “The Endless Summer” presented it as an almost spiritual lifestyle choice, which resonated sharply with larger cultural trends. John Hillerman, the Emmy-winning actor who portrayed Higgins opposite Tom Selleck on "Magnum P.I.," died of natural causes on Nov. 9. Tommy Keene, a power pop singer-songwriter popular in the '80s, died on Nov. 22 at the age of 59. Hurt had been battling pancreatic cancer since 2015. 24. According to a family friend who spoke with CNN, Ailes fell at his home in Palm Beach, Florida last week, suffered complications, and slipped into a coma. 10 at 60-years-old. Stand-up comedian and actor Shelley Berman, known for playing Larry David’s dad on “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” died Sep. 1 due to complications from Alzheimer’s Disease at the age of 92. French fashion designer Hervé L. Leroux, known for his bandage dresses, died Oct. 6 at age 60. A sudden death of young and dearly loved husband, father, brother and son is heart-shattering. The star of “Ed Wood,” “North by Northwest” and the ’60s TV series “Mission: Impossible” died July 15 at the age of 89 after experiencing unexpected complications during a short hospitalization. Walter Becker, co-founding guitarist of the jazz rock band Steely Dan, died Sep. 3 at age 67. The Pulitzer-winning reporter and columnist whose life was as outsized as the New York City characters he depicted and exposed in print, died Mar. Best known for playing Ron Howard’s kid sister in the classic 1970s sitcom “Happy Days,” Moran died Apr. Kent Damon, father to actor Matt Damon, died of cancer on Dec. 23. He was 84. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and three sisters. Heather Menzies-Urich, the actress best known for playing the second-oldest Von Trapp daughter Louisa in the Oscar-winning musical film “The Sound of Music,” died Dec. 24 at age 68. Lillian Ross, longtime reporter for The New Yorker, died Sep. 20 at the age of 99. Best known as Caitlin Bree in the 1994 film “Clerks,” Spoonauer died at the age of 44. Thirty years later, Brown filmed The Endless Summer II with his son in 1994.[3]. Chris Cornell, the grunge frontman of rock groups Soundgarden and Audioslave, died of a suicide by hanging on May 18, 2017. Liz Smith, a legendary New York gossip columnist who helped usher in an era of celebrity journalism, died on Nov. 12 at the age of 94.

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