June 27, 2010, Jennifer Capriati (former World No. 1 women's tennis player) was rushed to a hospital after paramedics responded to a call for an "accidental overdose" of a prescribed weight-loss medication. The call came from a hotel in Riviera Beach, Florida. Her father reported that Capriati was recovering well after the incident
June 25, 2010, Former Vice President of the US, Dick Cheney was admitted to George Washington University Hospital after reporting discomfort.
Robert Carlyle Byrd (born Cornelius Calvin Sale, Jr.; November 20, 1917 – June 28, 2010) was a United States Senator from West Virginia. A member of the Democratic Party, Byrd served as a Senator from 1959 to 2010 and was the longest-serving senator and the longest-serving member in the history of the United States Congress.
On June 27, 2010, Byrd became ill and was admitted to Inova Fairfax Hospital in Fairfax County, Virginia, for what was assumed to be heat stroke and dehydration. However, other medical conditions emerged and Byrd was described as "seriously ill." Robert Byrd died at approximately 3 a.m. EDT the next day at age 92
Corey Allen (June 29, 1934 – June 27, 2010) was an American film and television director, writer, producer, and actor. He began his career as an actor but eventually became a television director. He may be best known for playing the character Buzz Gunderson in Nicholas Ray's Rebel Without a Cause (1955). He was one of the last surviving cast members of the film.
Allen turned to directing starting in the 1960s, where he worked on such television programs as Hawaii Five-O, Hill Street Blues, Ironside, Mannix, Murder, She Wrote, Police Woman, The Rockford Files, Star Trek: The Next Generation and The Streets of San Francisco. He won an Emmy Award, in 1984, for directing an episode of Hill Street Blues.
Death of Corey Allen He died due to complications of Parkinson's disease on June 27, 2010, in Hollywood, California, just two days before his 76th birthday. He was survived by a daughter, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren
Vince O’Brien of Haworth, a character actor whose long career included memorable turns as a debauched businessman in the Broadway musical comedy “Promises, Promises” and an earnest hotel doctor in Woody Allen’s film classic, “Annie Hall,” died Saturday. He was 91.
O'Brien is perhaps most recognisable as the Shell Answer Man, in television and print ads for the petroleum company.
The cause was heart failure, said his son Liam.
Gen. David Petraeus slumped over Tuesday morning during a Senate hearing, but revived after a few seconds and left the room under his own power. After about 20 minutes he returned to the hearing room.
David Howell Petraeus (born November 7, 1952) is a General in the United States Army and the 10th and current Commander of the U.S. Central Command.
Some news reports have speculated that Petraeus may have interest in running for the presidency, especially after he visited a school known for hosting the presidential debates, Saint Anselm College. Despite these accounts, Petraeus has categorically asserted that he has no political ambitions.
Prostate cancer General Petraeus was diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer in February 2009 and underwent two months of successful radiation treatment at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The diagnosis and treatment was not publicly disclosed until October 2009 because Petraeus and his family regarded his illness as a personal matter that did not interfere with the performance of his duties.
Jimmy Ray Dean (August 10, 1928 - June 13, 2010) was an American country music singer, television host, actor, and businessman. Although he may be best known today as the creator of the Jimmy Dean Sausage brand, he first rose to fame for his 1961 country crossover hit "Big Bad John"; and became a national television personality in the 1960s. His acting career included a supporting role in the 1971 James Bond movie, Diamonds Are Forever. He lived near Richmond, Virginia and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2010.
In 1969, Dean went into the sausage business, starting the Jimmy Dean Meat Co. He sold the company to Sara Lee Corp. in 1984.
Death of Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean died on June 13, 2010, of natural causes at his Henrico, Virginia home at the age of 81. He was survived by his wife Donna.
Marvin Isley (August 18, 1953 – June 6, 2010) was one of the members of the family music group, The Isley Brothers and a bass guitarist. Marvin Isley the youngest of the brothers grew up in Englewood, New Jersey, and graduated from Dwight Morrow High School in 1972.
Death of Marvin Isley Marvin Isley died on June 6, 2010, from complication of diabetes at the Seasons Hospice within Weiss Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, at the age of 56
Isley Brothers Live - Twist and Shout Marvin Isley on Bass Guitar
Rue McClanahan (February 21, 1934 – June 3, 2010) was an American actress, known for her roles as Vivian Cavender Harmon on Maude, Fran Crowley on Mama's Family, and Blanche Devereaux on The Golden Girls, a role that won her an Emmy Award.
Death of Rue McClanahan McClanahan's manager, Barbara Lawrence, said McClanahan died Thursday June 3, 2010 at 1am. of a stroke. Rue McClanahan was 76 years old at the time of her death
Rue McClanahan on Dame Edna's Hollywood (May 1992)
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Rue McClanahan's Television work
* Another World (cast member from 1970 – 1971) * Where the Heart Is (1971 – 1972) * Hogan's Goat (1971; TV movie) * All in the Family (1972; 1 episode: "The Bunkers and the Swingers") * The Rimers of Eldritch (1974; TV movie) * Maude (1974 – 1978) * Apple Pie (1978) * Gimme A Break (1981-1987; 2 episodes) * Mama's Family as Fran (1983 – 1985) * Murder, She Wrote (1985; 1 episode: "Murder Takes the Bus") * The Golden Girls (1985 – 1992) * The Man in the Brown Suit (1989; TV movie) * Children of the Bride (1990; TV movie) * Baby of the Bride (1991; TV movie) * The Dreamer of Oz: The L. Frank Baum Story (TV movie; 1991) * The Golden Palace (1992 - 1993) * Mother of the Bride (1993; TV movie) * Boy Meets World (1993; 1 episode) * A Saintly Switch (1999; TV movie) * Safe Harbor (1999; 11 episodes) * Ladies Man (2000; 2 episodes) * Hope & Faith (2005; 1 episode) * King of the Hill (2007; 1 episode) * Sordid Lives: The Series (2008; 12 episodes) * Law & Order (2009; 1 episode) * Celebrity Ghost Stories (October 17, 2009 episode) * Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns (December 2, 2009 episode)
* The Rotten Apple (1961) * Angel's Flight (1965) * Walk the Angry Beach (1968) * Hollywood After Dark (1968) * The Unholy Choice (1968) * The People Next Door (1970) * Some of My Best Friends Are... (1971) * They Might Be Giants (1971) * The Wickedest Witch (1989) * Message from Nam (1993) * A Christmas to Remember (1995) * Dear God (1996) * Innocent Victims (TV movie) (1996) * Annabelle's Wish (1997) * Out to Sea (1997) * Starship Troopers (1997) * The Fighting Temptations (2003) * Back to You and Me (2005) * Generation Gap (2008)
"Charlie intends to go to court on June 7 plead to a misdemeanor and immediately begin serving his 30 days in jail,"
"With good behavior, he could end up doing 15 or so days."
Charlie Sheen (44) was charged with felony menacing, misdemeanor third-degree assault and misdemeanor criminal mischief - for fighting with his wife Christmas day.
So, he will be free before new production of Two and a Half Men begins.
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