Obituaries

Jack Carter, Host of the First Televised Tony Awards, Dies at 93
Carter appeared in several Broadway productions, including Call Me Mister.
Eight Is Enough Patriarch Dick Van Patten Dies at 86
The beloved actor made several appearances on Broadway over the course of 38 years.
Ron Moody, Original Fagin From Oliver!, Dies at 91
Moody played the role on the West End, Broadway, and on-screen.
Tony Winner Elizabeth Wilson Has Died
A stage and screen actress, Wilson appeared in The Graduate, The Birds, 9 to 5, and more.
Emmy Nominee Jayne Meadows Has Died
Meadows made multiple Broadway appearances in the 1940s.
Chinese Coffee Author Ira Lewis Dies at 82
The actor and playwright made his Broadway debut in Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy.
Jazz Dancing Pioneer Eugene Louis Faccuito Has Died
Faccuito, a Broadway veteran, danced in films including An American in Paris and On The Town.
Broadway and Cabaret Star Julie Wilson Dies at 90
The singer and actress earned a Tony nomination in 1989 for Legs Diamond.
Gene Saks, Tony-Winning Director of Mame and Plays by Neil Simon, Dies at 93
Saks helmed the original productions of Brighton Beach Memoirs and Rags, among many other shows.