“Dance Among Friends” Museum of Modern Art New York, NY September 6, 2017 by Gay Morris copyright© 2017 by Gay Morris Robert Rauschenberg spent important parts of his career collaborating with dancers and choreographers. He even created dances for himself, which he performed during the Judson years of the 1960s. Show More Summary
Morris, who edited Robert Capo's D-Day pictures and got them to Life in time for its first post-D-Day issue, was photo editor of The New York Times for six years during the Vietnam War. "He successfully argued for front-page display of Eddie Adams’s photograph of a Saigon police chief shooting a suspected Vietcong insurgent in […]
John Morris, a celebrated American photo editor who helped bring some of the most iconic photographs of World War II and the Vietnam War to the word's eyes, has died at 100. His longtime friend, Robert Pledge, president and editorial director of the Contact Press Images photo agency, told the Associated...
John Savage and Blanca Blanco have joined the cast of Fake News, an indie noir thriller being toplined by Eric Roberts. The pic, co-directed by first-timer Craig Edwards and screenwriter Samuel Morris, is shooting in Ontario, CA. Sofia...Show More Summary
Robert Michael Morris' passing on May 30 struck a cruel blow to the cast and crew of The Comeback–the show on which he played Valerie Cherish (Lisa Kudrow)'s best friend and hairdresser Mickey Dean. Morris was 77. During a panel discussion,...Show More Summary
The actor, who played Valerie's hair stylist and best friend, passed away May 30 at the age of 77. read more
As reported by Deadline, actor Robert Michael Morris has died. Morris was best known for playing Mickey Deane on HBO’s The Comeback, but he was also an accomplished playwright, director, and acting teacher. Deadline says the cause of death “was not immediately known.” Morris was 77. Show More Summary
Comedic actor Robert Michael Morris, best known for his part in The Comeback, died on Tuesday, according to Deadline. He was 77. Before landing the part of Lisa Kudrow’s beloved hairdresser and best friend “Mickey Deane” in the HBO series, Morris worked as a theater teacher at both the high ... More »
Robert Michael Morris made an impression on audiences everywhere with his performance on HBO's The Comeback. Sadly, we have to report that he has passed away.
Actor Robert Michael Morris has passed away. He was 77. The comedian best known for his role on Lisa Kudrow's The Comeback passed away on Tuesday to still unknown causes, according to Deadline. Morris started out as a theater teacher in New York City before finding his breakout role in the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Comeback Robert Michael Morris
Robert Michael Morris, who played Mickey Deane on “The Comeback,” died Tuesday.
Robert Michael Morris has sadly passed away at the age of 77. The longtime actor was a star on HBO’s The Comeback and also a playwright, director and teacher. On both seasons of The Comeback, Robert played the hairdresser of Lisa Kudrow‘s character Valerie Cherish. Lisa took to her Twitter to write a touching tribute [...]
Playwright, director, teacher and actor Robert Michael Morris, best known for playing the lovable Mickey Dean on HBO's The Comeback, died Tuesday. He was 77. The cause of death was not immediately known. Morris began his acting career as a member of the Catholic University Repertory Company before shifting his focus to academics. Show More Summary
"He left us with many wonderful gifts," said costar Lisa Kudrow, "most importantly, an example of what a truly good soul looks like."
If there are any Patriots fans at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin probably didn’t win them over.
Tomlin had some fun with the Antonio Brown Facebook Live debacle during his speech. Mike Tomlin addressed recent graduates of Robert Morris University in suburban Pittsburgh at commencement on Friday. Tomlin managed to work in a zinger...Show More Summary
Stagecoach 2017 continued on Saturday with a Willie Nelson birthday celebration that included a guest appearance from Neil Young, as well as sets from Margo Price, John Doe of X, Tommy James and The Shondells, Maren Morris, Robert Ellis, and Brent Cobb. Continue reading…
College hockey’s premier event is headed to the home turf of Robert Morris University Illinois, which has become a power in its own right.
And he's wonderfully smart, spicy, thoughtful and funny in this Q&A with the NYT: "Wasn’t it a stretch to execute a sculpture from dirt? "I have always worked in more than one direction at a time. As the scorpion said after stinging the frog ferrying it across the river, 'It is my nature, what can […]
Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Bull Market Still Intact…For Now This past Wednesday, on the Real Investment Hour, I spoke with Greg Morris about the technical backdrop of the market. During that interview, he...Show More Summary