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Topic - Tisha Fein
Irving Fein, a producer and manager who steered the careers of comedy greats George Burns and Jack Benny and named actress Lana Turner the "Sweater Girl," has died, his daughter said Tuesday. He was 101.
Mr. Fein, who worked into his 90s, died Aug. 10 at his West Hollywood home of an age-related illness, Tisha Fein said.
Fein was an important part of Burns' life as well, Tisha Fein said.