Williams, Kimberly
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/22/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 61, p12
Trade Publication
Presents several obituaries for people in the U.S. motion picture industry, who died in February and March 2004. J. J. Jackson, one of the first MTV video jockey; died due to heart attack. During his five-year tenure at MTV he covered events such as the 1985 Live Aid benefit concert in Philadelphia and London. Jim Rugg, special effects supervisor for the original "Star Trek" series, died on February 13, 2004, of Alzheimer's disease. Singer Carl Anderson, known for his role as Judas in the 1973 movie version of "Jesus Christ Superstar," died on February 23, 2004, of leukemia.


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