Veteran 'Will and Grace' actress Shelley Morrison dies at 83

LOS ANGELES -- Shelley Morrison, an actress with a 50-year career who was best known for playing a memorable maid on "Will and Grace," has died.

Publicist Lori DeWaal says Morrison died Sunday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from heart failure.

See Full Article



Advertisements

Latest Entertainment News

  • Gal Gadot and Chris Pine meet again in 'Wonder Woman 1984' trailer

    Entertainment CTV News
    She will fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. That's because she's Wonder Woman, and now she's finally back. The first trailer for "Wonder Woman 1984," starring Gal Gadot, was released Sunday, and fans have a lot to look forward to. Source
  • 'Parasite' big winner at Toronto Film Critics Association Awards

    Entertainment CTV News
    TORONTO -- The dark social satire "Parasite" was the big winner at this year's Toronto Film Critics Association Awards. Members of the association voted at a meeting on Sunday, and Bong Joon-ho's class-based comedy took home the awards for best picture, best director and best foreign film. Source
  • Anne with an E creator says show won't be revived despite fan petition

    Entertainment CBC News
    The creator of the CBC/Netflix drama series Anne with an E said she was "moved to tears" by the fan response to the show's cancellation, but said the series will not be renewed despite their best efforts. Source
  • Benson, Star Trek actor Rene Auberjonois dead at 79

    Entertainment CBC News
    Rene Auberjonois, a prolific actor best known for his roles on the television shows Benson and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and his part in the 1970 film M.A.S.H. playing Father Mulcahy, has died. He was 79. The actor died Sunday at his home in Los Angeles of metastatic lung cancer, his son Remy-Luc Auberjonois told The Associated Press. Source
  • What Gabrielle Union's firing says about reality TV | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley

    Entertainment CBC News
    Contact CBCSubmit FeedbackHelp Centre Audience Relations, CBC P.O. Box 500 Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6 Toll-free (Canada only): 1-866-306-4636 TTY/Teletype writer: 1-866-220-6045 Source
  • Rising rapper and singer Juice WRLD is dead at 21

    Entertainment CTV News
    Rapper and singer Juice WRLD has died in Chicago, the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office said Sunday. Juice, who was born Jarad Anthony Higgins, turned 21 on December 2. Chicago police could only confirm a 21-year-old male suffered a medical emergency at Chicago's Midway Airport and later died at a nearby hospital. Source
  • Sesame Street puppeteer behind Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch dead at 85

    Entertainment CBC News
    Caroll Spinney, the master puppeteer behind the popular Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, has died at age 85. According to the non-profit group Sesame Workshop, Spinney died at his Connecticut home Sunday after living with the muscular disorder dystonia. Source
  • SNL spoofs Justin Trudeau's candid comments about Donald Trump

    Entertainment CBC News
    Fast Times at the NATO cafeteria. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/SNL?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#SNL</a> <a href="https://t.co/1Vga5Fy6yW">pic.twitter.com/1Vga5Fy6yW</a>&mdash;@nbcsnl Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's recent candid comments about U.S. President Donald Trump received the Saturday Night Live treatment, with some big-name comedians dropping in to portray Trudeau and other world leaders as cool kids teasing a clueless Trump. Source
  • Sesame Street puppeteer Carroll Spinney dies at age 85

    Entertainment CTV News
    HARTFORD, CONN. -- Carroll Spinney, who gave Big Bird his warmth and Oscar the Grouch his growl for nearly 50 years on "Sesame Street," died Sunday at the age of 85 at his home in Connecticut, according to the Sesame Workshop. Source
  • Sesame Street puppeteer Caroll Spinney dies at age 85

    Entertainment CTV News
    HARTFORD, CONN. -- LOS ANGELES -- Caroll Spinney, who gave Big Bird his warmth and Oscar the Grouch his growl for nearly 50 years on "Sesame Street," died Sunday at the age of 85 at his home in Connecticut, according to the Sesame Workshop. Source