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Topic - Corbin Bernsen
Jeanne Cooper, the enduring soap opera star who played grande dame Katherine Chancellor for nearly four decades on "The Young and the Restless," has died. She was 84.
Actor Corbin Bernsen has filed a lawsuit against a Virginia Beach company seeking more than $660,000 for breach of contract.
Actor-director Corbin Bernsen has told police he was thrown to the ground during a bar brawl in Ohio, where he's making a movie.
Real life beat Hollywood to the finish line at the 73rd Annual All-American Soap Box Derby on Saturday.
In a Facebook posting April 17, Mr. Bernsen said his mother cursed several times, "showing me that she's becoming her old self, not thrilled about the situation, and ready to get out of the hospital and shake up the world."
In subsequent days he wrote of her gradual improvement and said that she had been taken off breathing equipment.