In this Dec. 13, 2009 photo provided by the Las Vegas News Bureau, Steve Rossi, right, is shown with former Nevada Lt. Gov. Lorraine Hunt-Bono at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Las Vegas News Bureau, Glenn Pinkerton)
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Steve Rossi, one half of the prolific comedy duo Allen & Rossi, which became a favorite of "The Ed Sullivan Show" and other TV variety shows, died Sunday at age 82 .The Las Vegas Sun originally reported Rossi's death Sunday.Flores told the AP that he and Rossi traveled together, played golf and tennis, and often watched fights on TV at Flores' home in the Las Vegas Country Club, where Rossi even lived briefly in the mid-1970s.Rossi was a casino entertainment director living in a hotel suite, but didn't know anyone. He asked to come over and watch TV one day and ended up staying about 3 ½ years, Flores said, laughing.
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