Famed publicist Warren Cowan dies

Hollywood publicist Warren Cowan died May 14 at the age of 87, the Associated Press reported. Cowan founded Rogers & Cowan with his mentor, Henry Rogers, in 1950, and eventually went on to form Warren Cowan & Associates in 1994.

Hollywood publicist Warren Cowan died May 14 at the age of 87, the Associated Press reported. Cowan founded Rogers & Cowan with his mentor, Henry Rogers, in 1950, and eventually went on to form Warren Cowan & Associates in 1994. The firm released a statement saying Cowan passed away on Wednesday, three weeks after being diagnosed with cancer.

The New York Times gives an abbreviated list of Cowan's clients, including Sofia Loren, Charlton Heston, Paul Newman, Elizabeth Taylor, Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Lucille Ball, Steve McQueen, Natalie Wood, Clint Eastwood, Audrey Hepburn, Michael Jackson, and The Doors.

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