Charles Gray, 71, a character actor whose chillingly...

Deaths Elsewhere

March 12, 2000

Charles Gray, 71, a character actor whose chillingly villainous roles included James Bond's archenemy Ernst Blofeld, died Tuesday in London. He was best known to international audiences as Blofeld, the villain with the white cat in his arms, in "Diamonds Are Forever," and as the narrator in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."

Veronica Cooper Converse, 86, the widow of "The Pride of the Yankees" star Gary Cooper, died Feb. 16 in New York.

Bill Daniels, 79, a cable television pioneer who blazed the way with Daniels Communications Inc., died Wednesday in Los Angeles after a long illness.

Arthur R. Donovan, 89, a former Army lawyer who helped prosecute Nazi war criminals at Nuremburg, died Monday in Evansville, Ind. He went to Nuremburg in 1945 and was part of the team that prosecuted Gen. Anton Dostler, among the first German generals to die for their war crimes.

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