Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! first premiered on CBS and aired until 1976. It saw several reboots, film adaptations and spinoffs. The actor’s father, Bert Belasco Sr., told TMZ that his son was found dead on Nov. 8 in a hotel room in Virginia, where he was quarantining amid the COVID-19 pandemic in preparation for a new project. According to TMZ, Belasco was found after his girlfriend was unable to reach him and asked hotel staff to check on him. Belasco Sr. told the outlet he believes that his son suffered a fatal aneurysm. The family is awaiting autopsy results.
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The actress, best known for her role as the “Save the Clock Tower” lady in Back to the Future, died at her Los Angeles home on Nov. 3, her agent, David Shaul, told Deadline. She was 91. Raven, who was born Elsa Rabinowitz in September 1929, had a long career as a character actress starting out on stage before appearing in well-known Hollywood films. Her first film role came in 1970 with The Honeymoon Killers. She quickly landed other small roles in The Amityville Horror, where she played the realtor, the John Malkovich film In the Line of Fire and The Moderns, in which she played Gertrude Stein. Raven can be seen in Titanic as Ida Strauss, one-half of the older couple who lie in bed together as water pours into their room as the ship sinks. Raven also appeared on television with roles in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Seinfeld, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, Amen and Wiseguy.