Brian Tarantina, ‘Gilmore Girls’ and ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Actor, Dies at 60

Brian Tarantina, ‘Gilmore Girls’ and ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Actor, Dies at 60

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(******)(************)Brian Tarantina(*************), a character actor known for his roles on “(**************)Gilmore Girls(*************),” “(***************)The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel(*************)” and many other TV series, died Saturday in New York City. He was (***********************************************************************************).(*********)
(******)WCBS-TV New York reported that Tarantina was found dead in his Hell’s Kitchen apartment. A cause of death has not been determined.(*********)
(******)Tarantina most recently played a New York City nightclub emcee on Amazon’s Emmy-winning period comedy “(****************)The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel(*************).” The series paid tribute to Tarantina with a tweet declaring “The Gaslight won’t be the same without you.”(*********)

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(******************)The Gaslight won’t be the same without you. Thank you Brian Tarantina for sharing in all of the laughs. Sending love to his family and friends in this difficult time. (*******************)pic.twitter.com/J1R1ijF3tE(*************)(*********)
(******)— The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (@MaiselTV) (********************)November 2, (***************************************************************)(*************)(*********)(*********************)
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(******)Tarantina was a native New Yorker. His long list of TV credits included guest shots on such series as “Law & Order,” “NYPD Blue,” “Miami Vice,” “Homicide: Life on the Street,” “Oz,” “ER” and “Heroes.” He also played two different recurring roles on “One Life to Live.”(*********)
(******)On the original WB Network/CW drama “(**********************)Gilmore Girls(*************),” he played newstand owner Bootsy. He returned for an appearance in Netflix’s (*****************************************************************) sequel series “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.”(*********)

(******)He was a regular on the (******************************************************************) NBC drama series “The Black Donnellys.” More recent credits included “Madam Secretary,” “Blue Bloods,” “Elementary,” “The Night Of” and “Person of Interest.”(*********)
(******)Tarantina also had a varied career on the big screen, with credits ranging from (***********************************************************************)’s “The Cotton Club,” (*********************************************************************)’s “Uncle Buck,” “Carlito’s Way,” “Donnie Brasco” and “Born on the Fourth of July” to more recent roles in (****************************************************************)’s “BlacKkKlansman,” and this year’s “The Kitchen.”(*********)
(******)In the (************************************************************************)s, Tarantina logged several roles on Broadway, starting with the (***********************************************************************) play “Angels Fall.” He was in the (**********************************************************************)-(*********************************************************************************) production of “Biloxi Blues” and (**********************************************************************)’s “The Boys of Winter.” In (********************************************************************) he appeared with Ellen Burstyn and Giancarlo Esposito in the play “Sacrilege.”(*********)

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(******)Brian Tarantina, a character actor known for his roles on “Gilmore Girls,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and many other TV series, died Saturday in New York City. He was (***********************************************************************************). WCBS-TV New York reported that Tarantina was found dead in his Hell’s Kitchen apartment. A cause of death has not been determined. Tarantina most recently (*)(*********)

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(******)After kicking off the Nov. 2 episode of “Saturday Night Live” as Elizabeth Warren, diving into the presidential hopeful’s healthcare plan, Kate McKinnon pivoted to reprise her role of Kellyanne Conway to take a jab at former press secretary Sean Spicer, but more importantly celebrate Conan, the military dog integral in helping track down former (*)(*********)

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(******)Kate McKinnon took center stage during the Nov. 2 “Saturday Night Live” cold open sketch, in which she portrayed Senator Elizabeth Warren delivering a town hall at an Iowa public school that balanced delivering some hard truths with also often sounded like a standup set. “First, I would like to pour one out for Beto (*)(*********)

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(******)Rudy Boesch, the oldest person to compete on “Survivor,” died Friday from complications of Alzheimer’s disease, according to numerous media reports. He was (********************************************************************************) and was a resident of Virginia Beach, Va. A former Navy Seal, Boesch appeared on the first season of the reality show in (*******************************************************************). He was (**********************************************************************************) at the time and (*)(*********)

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(******)When Kyle Troup bowls a strike, he sometimes pulls a hair pick out of his pocket and uses it to comb his mass of curls. And in making that motion, he’s sort of completing a circle. Troup and young bowlers like him figure prominently in Fox’s plans to give bowling a better position at the (*)(*********)

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(******)NBC has canceled the summer drama series “The InBetween,” Variety has confirmed. The show’s one and only season aired between May and August earlier this year. The series starred Harriet Dyer as Cassie, a woman who is able to see visions of the past and future as well as communicate with the dead. She uses her (*)(*********)

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(******)In today’s TV news roundup, Amazon Prime Video unveiled the first look at the upcoming series “Hunters,” and TruTV greenlit “Hot Ones: The Game Show.” DATES ABC’s “The Great Christmas Light Fight” will return for its seventh season just in time for the holidays, premiering Dec. 2. With lifestyle expert Carter Oosterhouse and famed interior (*)(*********)

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