Neville Brand, 71, a "tough guy" character actor who appeared in more than 40 films including "Stalag 17" and "The Birdman of Alcatraz," died of emphysema Thursday in Sacramento, Calif. He also had been the U.S. Army's fourth most-decorated soldier in World War II. His movie career began in 1949, and he often played gangster roles. He was best known on television for the series "Laredo," which aired in 1965.
Raymondo Pietro Carlo, 80, the flamboyant hairdresser who created the pageboy and styled Vivien Leigh's hair for "Gone With the Wind," died of cancer Friday in London. He was popularly known as "Teasie-Weasie" Raymond, the name deriving from his style in the '60s of a curl falling down the forehead. In 1982, Queen Elizabeth II awarded him the Order of the British Empire for services to hairdressing.
William H. Cowles 3rd, 60, president and publisher of the Spokesman-Review and Spokane Chronicle newspapers, died Saturday in Spokane, Wash., after suffering a heart attack while jogging. He was a past chairman of the American Newspaper Publishers Association, and a director of Landmark Communications, the Seattle Times Co.