Fall / Winter 2022

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Page 132 of 143 | Fall/Winter 2022 | SAG-AFTRA 125 Ross Burton 9/8/2022 Fred Busby 4/17/2022 Gabriel Fajardo Butler 9/6/2022 Jennifer Butt 8/7/2022 James Caan 7/6/2022 Michael Callan 10/10/2022 Daniel Cano 6/19/2021 Pat Carroll 7/30/2022 Naomi Caryl 7/30/2022 Gary L'Ouverture Catus 5/10/2022 Shami Chaikin 3/30/2020 C.C. Charity 6/22/2022 Irwin Charone 1/28/2016 Roseanna Christiansen 7/14/2022 Mara Clark 3/30/2022 Bryan E. Clark 9/9/2022 Patrick James Clarke 7/31/2018 Christopher Coffey 6/16/2022 Libbey Coghlan 9/12/2022 C. Fox Collins II 9/7/2022 Coolio 9/28/2022 Robert Costa 1/17/2022 Roy Costley 10/19/2022 Jerry Crandall 6/12/2022 Stuart Culpepper 6/26/2022 Ben D'Aubery 5/21/2022 Patricia M. Dasko 9/3/2022 Michael Davich 7/10/2022 Dona Davis Clarke 12/14/2015 Len Dawson 8/24/2022 Rick Defuria 9/12/2022 Dave Dickerson 10/18/2021 John Paul Donovan 8/18/2022 Tony Dow 7/27/2022 Denise Dowse 8/12/2022 Judith Drake 5/31/2022 Ken Dufva 9/10/2022 Ed Dyer 7/24/2022 Donald Elson 5/7/2022 Michael Ennis 8/15/2022 Gil Espinoza 7/9/2019 John Farrer 9/3/2022 Richard Ferrone 10/3/2022 Lyndsey Fields 7/6/2022 David Logan Fisher 6/4/2022 Ira J. Fistell 10/6/2022 Louise Fletcher 9/23/2022 Ann Flood 10/7/2022 James Patrick Flynn 9/12/2022 Laurie Franks 6/24/2022 Steve L. Frye 8/6/2022 Rita Gardner 9/24/2022 Beth Gargan 12/3/2021 Al Garrison 7/4/2022 Mike Gartland 7/22/2022 Jill Gascoine 4/28/2020 Patricia Gebhard 6/25/2022 Robert Gentry 9/17/2022 Nicholas Georgiade 12/19/2021 Pat Gilbert 9/4/2022 Jack L. Ging 9/10/2022 Wayne Grace 8/13/2022 Rob Gray 10/7/2022 William Grivna 7/12/2022 RICHARD FERRONE, award-winning audiobook narrator and chair of the SAG-AFTRA National Audiobook Steering Committee since its inception, died Oct. 3 at the age of 76. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer on Sept. 18. The wages and working conditions that audiobook narrators work under — continuing to grow to this day — exist in no small part from the singular efforts of this champion of union leadership. Ferrone was dedicated to his craft and his union, and served as a National and New York Local Board member, convention delegate, chair of the New York Audiobook Narrators Caucus and the New York Organizing Committee, co-chair of the MORE Committee and vice chair of MOVE New York and the National Organizing Committee. Once a lawyer for the Labor Department in Washington, D.C., he gave up law in the early '70s and joyfully began acting on stage, screen and behind the mic. He recorded over 150 audiobooks and received an Audie Award and four Audie nominations, as well as 12 AudioFile awards. He joined both legacy unions in 1981 and is survived by his wife, SAG-AFTRA member Cynthia Darlow, and their extended family. * Please note: Due to publishing deadlines, notices that are received outside of these dates will be considered for future publication. JA MES C A AN PAT C ARROLL LOUISE FLETCHER ROY COSTLEY COOLIO TONY DOW PHOTOFEST

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