- Tina Aumont(1946-2006) - -Franco-American actress (pictured) who appeared in Torso, Lifespan, Texas Across the River and Fellini's Casanova. Her parents were actors Jean-Pierre Aumont (Day for Night) and Maria Montez (Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves). She died of a pulmonary embolism October 28, in France.
- Stanley Brossett(c.1937-2006) -- Unit publicist who started at MGM (where he was uncredited) before working independently. His credits include Beverly Hills Cop, The Cannonball Run, The Prince of Tides, K-19: The Widowmaker and Because of Winn-Dixie. He was awarded a lifetime achievement award in 2000 by the Publicist's Guild. He died of complications relating to multiple myeloma on October 24, in Santa Monica, California.
- Ernestine Gilbreth Carey(1908-2006) - Co-author, with brother Frank B. Gilbreth, Jr., of the autobiographical book Cheaper by the Dozen and its sequel Belles on Their Toes, both of which were made into movies in the early '50s. Cheaper was remade a few years ago but loosely, and its sequel Cheaper by the Dozen 2 is not based on Belles. She died Saturday, in Fresno, California.
- William Franklyn(1926-2006) -- British actor who appeared in Cul-de-sac, The Satanic Rites of Dracula and Splitting Heirs. He died after a long battle with prostate cancer.
- Florence Healey French(c.1924-2006) -- Actress who appeared in Wait Until Spring, Bandini. She died Saturday, in Denver.
- James Glennon(1942-2006) -- Emmy-winning cinematographer of the HBO series Deadwood. He was Alexander Payne's DP for three films (ending with About Schmidt) and also shot Flight of the Navigator, El Norte, Good Boy! and he was a location DP on Return of the Jedi, a camera operator on Ordinary People and an assistant cameraman on The Conversation. He was the son of cinematographer Bert Glennon (Stagecoach). He died of cancer October 19, in Los Angeles.