Billy Sammeth - who dealt with the professions of hotshots like Cher, Dolly Parton, Joan Rivers and KC and The Sunshine Band - has kicked the bucket.
Sammeth, who began his own particular office - The Bill Sammeth Organization - in 1983, ignored away the end of the week in the wake of engaging what relatives are calling a long haul disease.
Sammeth first got his begin working via the post office room of a Hollywood PR firm - and utilized the activity to interface with The Osmond Brothers - whom he later spoke to and brought Osmondmania! to the majority at only 21 years of age.
Billy's The Bill Sammeth Organization has been in presence for over 30 years. The organization's first customers included Cher, Olivia Newton-John, Joan Rivers and Adam Bowen.
Sammeth sued Rivers in 2010, soon after her win on "The Celebrity Apprentice" for slander and owed cash. Billy guaranteed Joan's depiction of him as a "missing supervisor" in her narrative was harming to his vocation. The case settled under the steady gaze of it went to court.
Billy was 66.