All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘James Garner’

James Garner Remembered by His Fellow Actors

Hollywood is taking the death of veteran actor James Garner hard. The Maverick, Rockford Files and Notebook star, who died on Saturday at his home in Los Angeles at 86, has left a lasting mark on the hearts of his fellow actors. Julie Andrews remembered her longtime friend — with whom she co-starred in several films, including The Americanization of …

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Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting Remembers Her ‘Gramps’, James Garner

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, like the rest of us, is mourning the loss of her dear friend, James Garner, whom she affectionately called, “Gramps” or “Grampa Jim.” The Big Bang Theory star posted several sweet notes on Instagram about the man she worked with on 8 Simple Rules. “Well I woke up with a broken heart today. The world has lost a …

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James Garner and His Wife, Lois, Had a Forever Love Story

There are few more beautiful Hollywood love stories than the forever love story enjoyed by James Garner and his wife, Lois Clarke Garner. Garner, who died Sunday of natural causes at the age of 86, met Lois Fleishman Clarke at an “Adlai Stevenson for President” rally in 1956. They were married 14 days later on August 17, 1956, and would …

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James Garner Passes Away in Los Angeles at 86

Actor James Garner passed away at his Brentwood area home in Los Angeles Saturday, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. He was 86. LAPD officer Alonzo Iniquez said Garner was found dead of natural causes, after police responded to a call made at around 8 p.m. PDT. Authorities confirmed Garner’s identity with the help of his family members upon …

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James Garner: ‘Maverick,’ ‘Rockford Files’ Star Dies at 86

James Garner, the actor best known for his TV roles in Maverick and The Rockford Files, died Saturday at his Los Angeles home of natural causes. He was 86 years old. Garner’s hit TV series were almost two decades apart–with Maverick gracing the small screen in the late 1950s and The Rockford Files in the 1970s. That wasn’t all the …

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