July 08, 2012
LOS ANGELES, Calif.
Ernest Borgnine, the star known for blustery, often villainous roles, but who won the best-actor Oscar for playing against type as a lovesick butcher in “Marty” in 1955, died Sunday.
He was 95. Access the Full Story
January 31, 2011
What do you wanna do tonight, Ernie?
To accept the Screen Actors Guild award for lifetime achievement was perhaps far more glamorous than Ernest Borgnine’s most famous character — the humble butcher Marty Piletti — could have possibly dreamed. Access the Full Story
July 13, 2009
NEW YORK, N.Y.
At a festival in Germany, when six women walked by wearing specially-created “SpongeBob SquarePants” shirts, Stephen Hillenburg’s wife nudged him: Why don’t you tell them who you are?Access the Full Story
April 03, 2009
NEW YORK, N.Y.
NBC’s “ER” ended its 15-year run Thursday much like it began, with a pulse-quickening symphony of life and death.
The medical drama earned a record 122 Emmy Award nominations since 1994, and its final episode mixed current cast members with old favorites from when it was television’s most mighty hit.
“So? This is it?” an elderly man played by Ernest Borgnine said to John Stamos’ Dr. Gates as the woman he’d loved since the sixth grade died in front of him.Access the Full Story
April 02, 2009
Fifteen years after “ER,” the pioneering career-launching medical drama, first debuted, the show that spawned infinite others in the same genre is finally signing off tonight from NBC.
In tonight’s finale, Noah Wyle returns along with many “ER” alums. Alexis Bledel (“Gilmore Girls”) and Ernest Borgnine also guest star.
Inside, a look back at the classic series.Access the Full Story
December 13, 2007
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (December 13, 2007) — The following is a list of nominees for the 65th annual Golden Globe Awards:Access the Full Story