NEW YORK (AP) — With iPhones and Skype, Conan O'Brien is going back on the air.
The late-night host said he will resume putting out new episodes of TBS' “Conan” on March 30. His staff will...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Just a month after funeral services for his sister-in-law, comic-actor David Spade was back to business, promoting his new movie. But he also offered a few words about his family tragedy.
Fashion designer Kate Spade was married to David's brother, entrepreneur Andy Spade. Kate Spade killed herself in June. In an interview, David Spade said "everyone's pulling it together." He added: "I think we're getting in the best place we can at this point."
David Spade: Family ‘pulling it together’ after Kate Spade’s death
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NEW YORK (AP) — The husband and business partner of designer Kate Spade, who died in an apparent suicide, said she suffered from depression and anxiety for many years.
She was seeking help during the last five years, "seeing a doctor on a regular basis and taking medication for both depression and anxiety," Andy Spade said in a statement released on Wednesday.
He said there were "personal demons she was battling."
NEW YORK (AP) — Celebrities and fashion insiders react to the apparent suicide of designer Kate Spade:
"Fuzzy picture but i love it. Kate and I during Christmas family photos. We had so much fun that day. She was so sharp and quick on her feet. She could make me laugh so hard. I still cant believe it. Its a rough world out there people, try to hang on." — Brother-in-law and comedian David Spade, via Instagram.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Winning? Famously rambunctious former sitcom star Charlie Sheen will star in and executive produce a movie for Crackle, the streaming network said Tuesday.
The film, "Mad Families," is described as a multi-generational comedy starring Sheen as a lovable man-child with a heart of gold.
It also features Leah Remini and Clint Howard, and was written by actor-comedian David Spade with Fred Wolf, who is directing. No premiere date was disclosed.