Joanna Cook Moore, 63, an actress who had roles in several...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

November 26, 1997

Joanna Cook Moore, 63, an actress who had roles in several Alfred Hitchcock television shows and was the mother of Oscar-winning actress Tatum O'Neal, died Saturday in Indian Wells, Calif.

Robert Lewis, 88, an actor, director and acting coach whose star pupils included Marlon Brando, Meryl Streep and Faye Dunaway, died Sunday in New York.

Nate Landsberg, 83, the Los Angeles Police Department's oldest active reserve officer, died of kidney cancer Monday in Culver

City, Calif.

Onzy D. Matthews, 67, a noted jazz and big-band arranger who worked with Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and other musical greats, died in Dallas of cardiovascular disease. He was found Nov. 15 at his typewriter by friends.

Pub Date: 11/26/97

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