2014: Actress and singer Elaine Stritch, best known for her work on Broadway, dies at the age of 89 in Birmingham, Michigan. Stritch's career began in the 1940s, spanning the stage, film and television. She was nominated for five Tony Awards and eight primetime Emmys over her long career. She did not win a Tony until her autobiographical one-woman show -- "Elaine Stritch at Liberty" -- won the 2002 special theatrical event Tony. Her 2002 performance also won an Emmy after it was made into an HBO show. Stritch was awarded two other acting Emmys, including one for a guest star role on "Law & Order" and one for playing Alec Baldwin's mother on "30 Rock," a recurring role she played from 2007 to 2012.