Guitarist Nokie Edwards (The Ventures), 78.
Actor Albert Finney, 77.
Actress-turned-politician Glenda Jackson, 77.
Guitarist Sonny Curtis (Buddy Holly and The Crickets), 76.
Producer-director James L. Brooks, 76.
Singer Tommy Roe, 71.
Singer-guitarist Richie Furay (Buffalo Springfield, Poco), 69.
Singer Clint Holmes, 67.
Actress Candice Bergen, 67.
Singer Billy Joel, 64.
Bassist Tom Petersson (Cheap Trick), 63.
Actress Alley Mills (“The Wonder Years”), 62.
Actor John Corbett, 52.
Singer David Gahan (Depeche Mode), 51.
Rapper Ghostface Killah (Wu-Tang Clan), 43.
Guitarist Mike Myerson (Heartland), 42.
Singer Tamia, 38.
Trombonist Dan Regan (Reel Big Fish), 36.
Singer Pierre Bouvier (Simple Plan), 34.
Actress Rosario Dawson, 34.
Musician Andrew W.K., 34.
Blackburn to lead ‘Pretty Little Liars' spinoff
NEW YORK — “Pretty Little Liars” star Tyler Blackburn is moving from ABC Family's biggest hit, “Pretty Little Liars,” to its spinoff.
The network announced that the actor will star in “Ravenswood,” which will premiere in October after the annual “Liars” Halloween episode.
Blackburn's character, Caleb Rivers, will cross over to the new series.
On his official Twitter account, Blackburn wrote that he's “so stoked” about the role and promises fans “won't be disappointed.”
“Ravenswood” will follow five strangers, whose lives become intertwined by a deadly curse that has plagued their town for generations.
“Pretty Little Liars” is about teens whose best friend was murdered in the nearby fictional town of Rosewood, Pa. Since her death, they've been continuously harassed via text and pranks by a mysterious figure known as “A.” It's based on the best-selling book series by Sara Shepard.
From Staff and Wire Reports