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Steve Landesberg may have been best known for his role as the intellectual and sometimes annoying Detective Sgt. Arthur Dietrich on the long-running 1970s cop comedy "Barney Miller."
But younger audiences knew him too - for a slew of recent parts such as the doctor on the 2008 hit movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
The veteran actor died Monday at age 65, his agent, Jeffrey Leavitt, told The Associated Press. The cause of death wasn't released.
Landesberg appeared in dozens of TV shows, his curly haired, bespectacled face easily recognizable. Recent credits included "Everybody Hates Chris," ''Just Jordan," ''That 70s Show" and "American Dad." »
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Demi Lovato was born Demetria Devonne Lovato on August 20, 1992, to the now-divorced Patrick and Dianna Lovato. The family lived at the time in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but Lovato, her older sister Dallas and younger half-sister Madison were rasied in Dallas, Texas. Dianna was a country singer and Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, and she obviously passed down her singing and dancing talents to Demi, who was just six years old when she was cast as Angela on the popular children's entertainment/educational program, Barney & Friends. Demi spent two years on Barney & Friends before moving on to bigger and better things. She continued to hone her skills as a singer, guitarist, pianist, and songwriter, and on the acting front she made guest shots on Prison Break (TV) and Just Jordan (TV), and played the role of Charlotte in several episodes of Disney's short series As the Bell Rings (TV). Demi -- who stand five-foot-two and is of Hispanic, »
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2 items from 2010
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