Bil Browning

Notable Celebrity Deaths of 2010

Filed By Bil Browning | December 30, 2010 5:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Living, Media
Tags: Blake Edwards, Julie Andrews, year in review

MSNBC did a remarkable job with this video montage of notable celebrity deaths of 2010. Quite frankly, I'd forgotten about a few of them.

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For some reason when I saw the Pink Panther-esque segment for Blake Edwards, I immediately felt bad for Julie Andrews and wondered how she was doing. Apparently Mary Poppins and the Sound of Music made an impact on me.

(Hat tip to Indy Democrat)

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There are a TON of dykes who feel the same way about Julie Andrews. Some of us of a certain age had lesbo heart flutters in the Alps

Yes, I genuinely have thought about trying to send Julie Andrews a sympathy card, because such stories underscore how people who we picture as living fairy tale lives actually do experience true heartbreak just like the rest of us.

But I haven't sent a card because I don't know where to send it. My best guess would be to send it to NBC in Burbank (using Jay Leno's address he gives out for "Headlines" submissions) and ask them to forward it. I know celebrities have publicists and managers with business addresses, but I don't know how to find out which actor has which manager.

Don't know if I should give this out, but here it is:

Mrs. Julie Andrews Edwards

c/o Steve Sauer

Media Four

8840 Wilshire Boulevard. 2nd Floor

Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Phone: 310-358-3288

Although I'd never encourage anyone to expect a reply, I don't see any problem if she receives thousands of cards ... I'd like for her to know how much we love her and how much we care about her loss.

Hello. I sent a card to the address above but it was returned. Do you suppose they're not accepting sympathy cards for Julie?