A prolific composer of symphonic, chamber and vocal music, Mr. Laderman won public notice thanks to his work about Marilyn Monroe for the New York City Opera.
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An English actor whose regal bearing and imposing voice gave life to Shakespearean kings, Mr. Howard was a mainstay of the Royal Shakespeare Company for decades.
Ms. Moody’s memoir powerfully described growing up black in the Jim Crow era and taking part in the civil rights movement as a young woman.
Mr. Owens, who was a disc jockey and writer as well, also voiced characters in thousands of cartoon broadcasts.
Mr. Stern was nominated for Oscars for his work on two other films, “Rachel Rachel” and “Teresa,” and won an Emmy for the mini-series “Sybil.”
Mr. Gilbert wrote many books about a range of historical topics, but Winston Churchill was a favorite subject.