Sarah Goldberg, the actress best known for playing Dr. Sarah Glass on '7th Heaven', has died at the age of 40.
Sarah Goldberg, who had a recurring role on 7th Heaven, has died of natural causes at the age of 40.
Sarah Goldberg has died aged 40.
Sarah Goldberg, Christopher Denham, David Morse, Lisa Emery and Rich Sommer - Opening night of 'The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin' at the Laura Pels Theatre - Curtain call - New York, NY, United States - Thursday 27th June 2013
David Morse, Lisa Emery, Rich Sommer, Sarah Goldberg, Christopher Denham, Steven Levenson and Scott Ellis - Meet and greet with the cast of "The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin" held at Roundabout Theatre rehearsal space. - New York City, United States - Wednesday 8th May 2013
Writer-director Bernard Rose's tense and pensive, Tolstoy-inspired, digital-noir dark showbiz farce "ivans xtc." is a potent, surprising piece of seat-of-the-pants cinema -- and not just because it actually makes you feel sympathy for a slimy Hollywood agent.
Set in the most furtive, cutthroat corners of the film industry, the movie opens by creating an atmosphere of contagious kinetic, vitalizing anxiety with a nerve-pinching score and metaphorical, dream-like images of a smoggy, hazy Los Angeles sunrise that has an ironic, asphyxiating urban beauty. The odd serenity of these sights is further offset by muffled sounds of hard breathing and the distant voices of emergency room doctors.
After this title sequence establishes the film's disquieting mood, the story begins with a bombshell that leaves its industry-archetype characters stunned -- but not so stunned that they won't immediately begin jockeying to take advantage. Powerful young talent agent Ivan Beckman (Danny Huston) died last night, quite suddenly of cancer -- or so the story goes. Within 60 seconds of getting the news, the other talent wranglers in his firm are gossiping about drugs. "What did he do," ask one rival who is repressing a savage, smug smile. "Freebase his face off?"
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