Norby Walters Death – Norby Walters, a fixture in his town and the founder of the “Night Of a Hundred Stars” has passed away. He was announced dead today, Tuesday, the 12th of December 2023. Norby Walters of Los Angeles, California died at the age of 92. He was a true go-getter with a rare personality. So far, no official news on his cause of death has been released.
Norby leaves many with countless stories and fun-filled memories in which to cling but he shall be missed by a trail of many loving friends. Thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time.
About Norby Walters
Norby Walters served as the quintessential gatekeeper of old Hollywood celebrities, ensuring their continued presence in the spotlight through annual soirées. His hosting of events at Tatou and the old Century Club played a crucial role in rekindling many friendships.
Norby, with a history of managing mambo clubs, pizzerias, and a Chinese restaurant, transitioned into the role of an R&B music agent. Representing notable artists like Patti Labelle, Marvin Gaye, and Dionne Warwick, he accumulated a wealth of stories from his experiences.
His influence extended beyond the entertainment scene; Norby played a pivotal role at City Hall, leading to the transformation of Alta Loma Road into a one-way street with a traffic signal. He also played a significant role in introducing hip-hop to the West Coast and hosted “The Night of 100 Stars,” a premier Oscars Party for 27 years.
He made a substantial impact on the world of ShowBiz, having been a club owner, agent, variety agent, and the host of poker games attended by celebrities. For the past 21 years, he consistently organized the highly acclaimed Oscar Viewing Party, “Night of 100 Stars,” held annually in the opulent crystal ballroom of the prestigious Beverly Hills Hotel.
Obituary and Funeral arrangements for Norby Walters have not been made by the family.
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