I’ve written several obituaries for friends–living friends. But I realized the other day there’s one obituary I need to write.
Maybe we should all write something for the people in our own lives who’ve passed. 35 more words
ABC News chief James Goldston memo’ed staff today about the death of Mike Nichols, who was Diane Sawyer’s husband:
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I am writing with the very sad news that Diane’s husband, the incomparable Mike Nichols, passed away suddenly on Wednesday evening.
Director Mike Nichols, who made such films as “The Graduate” and “closer” which earned him a best director Oscar, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, has died at the age of 83. 591 more words
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Mike Nichols, one of the funniest wiseacres ever to walk the planet, never planned to write an autobiography. So a few months ago he agreed to be interviewed—in a Broadway theater, of course, and before an invited audience—by fellow director Jack O’Brien. 1,223 more words
Film and theater icon Mike Nichols passed away on Wednesday night at age 83 and reactions are starting to come in from Hollywood. We’ll update this throughout the day: 1,026 more words
UPDATED: Legendary film and theater director, writer and producer Mike Nichols has passed away. An Oscar winner for 1967′s seminal The Graduate, he also was nominated for such films as… 804 more words