A cause was not immediately available but Harris’ manager, Cindy Ambers, said the comedian suffered a heart attack two years ago, according to the Los Angeles Times (http://lat.ms/2ic9Q30).
She made her feature film debut opposite Warren Beatty in the 1975 hit “Shampoo.” Fisher also appeared in “Austin Powers,” ”The Blues Brothers,” ”Charlie’s Angels,” ”Hannah and Her Sisters,” ”Scream 3″ and “When Harry Met Sally …”
“Having worked with him on a number of occasions his great talent always shone through and his self-deprecating sense of humor made the experience even more pleasurable,” McCartney said, posting a picture of the two of them together.
The memorable image of the two uniformed policemen kissing in the video — both funny and outrageous at the time — helped Michael come out as a proud gay man. He was unashamed, unapologetic and ready to poke fun at himself even as he produced a steady stream of hits.
“This was a man who defined pro, with the timing of a Swiss watch and a voice, a smile and sweet soul that made you feel special just to know him,” Fierstein wrote of his former co-star on Facebook. No other details on the death were immediately available.
“I would do it again, under the same circumstances,” she told an interviewer years later, “but it still bothers me.”
“We tried everything, but her heart just stopped and that was it,” von Anhalt said. “Even the ambulance tried very hard to get her back, but there was no way.”
David J Morrissey passed away in Denver Oct.30, 2015. He was 79
Glenn died at the James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, where he was hospitalized for more than a week, said Hank Wilson, communications director for the John Glenn School of Public Affairs. John Herschel Glenn Jr. had two major career paths that often intersected: flying and politics, and he soared in both of them.