Stars We’ve Loved And Lost
Norman Lear Dies: ‘All in the Family’ & ‘The Jeffersons’ Creator Was 101
Over the years, Lear produced, wrote, created, or developed over 100 shows.
Producer of ‘The Ed Sullivan Show,’ Robert H. Precht Dies at 93
He is best known for bringing on some incredible talent to ‘The Ed Sullivan Show.’
Denny Laine of the Moody Blues & Wings Dies at 79
He suffered from interstitial lung disease.
First Female Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Dies at 93
Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court, died today at the age of 93.
Shane MacGowan, Lead Singer of The Pogues Dies at 65
The Pogues are best known for their 1987 hit song, “Fairytale Of New York.”
Director Elliot Silverstein Who Worked on ‘The Twilight Zone’ Dies at 96
He was famous for directing the Oscar-award-winning film ‘Cat Ballou.’
Grammy-Nominated Singer Jean Knight Dies at 80
She was known for her hit song “Mr. Big Stuff.”
Kevin ‘Geordie’ Walker, Guitarist from Killing Joke Dies at 64
He was known for his unorthodox sound.
Marty Krofft, ‘H.R. Pufnstuf’ Producer Dies at 86
Marty and his brother Sid were iconic puppeteers and producers.
Suzanne Shepherd Dies: Tributes Pour in For ‘Sopranos’ and ‘Goodfellas’ Actress
She also appeared in ‘Law & Order,’ ‘Gravity,’ and ‘Blue Bloods.’
Remembering Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter’s Life in Pictures
She is survived by her husband Jimmy who is also in hospice care since February 2023 and many family and friends.
‘SNL’ Alum Dana Carvey’s Son Dex Carvey Dies at 32
The comedian shared the sad news on Instagram today.
Janet Landgard Dies: ‘The Donna Reed Show’ Regular Was 75
The actor also joined Burt Lancaster in the acclaimed 1968 film ‘The Swimmer.’
Conny Van Dyke Dies: Motown Singer and TV Actor Was 78
After recording with Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder, Van Dyke appeared on TV shows like ‘Ironside’ and ‘Adam-12.’
Apollo 8 Astronaut Frank Borman, Who Led First Orbit of Moon, Dies at 95
The Apollo 8 broadcasts won an Emmy, the highest honor given by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Robbin Bain Dies: Former NBC ‘Today’ Fashion & Beauty Expert Was 87
She also appeared on ‘To Tell the Truth’ and ‘The Jackie Gleason Show.’
Peter S. Fischer Dies: ‘Murder, She Wrote’ Co-Creator & ‘Columbo’ Writer Was 88
He initially wanted to become an actor.
Legendary College Basketball Coach Bob Knight Dies at 83
The coach was known for his volatile behavior as much as his NCAA championships.
Judy Nugent Dies: Actress on ‘The Ruggles’ & ‘Adventures of Superman’ Was 83
She also had credits on ’77 Sunset Strip,’ ‘The Lone Ranger,’ ‘The Life of Riley,’ ‘Lassie,’ ‘The Danny Thomas Show,’ ‘Sugarfoot,’ ‘The Millionaire,’ and ‘Rawhide.’
Matthew Perry Dies: ‘Friends’ Star Was 54
Perry was nominated for five Emmys, once for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for his work on ‘Friends.’
Richard Moll Dies: ‘Night Court’ Star Was 80
Moll starred as the dimwitted but loveable bailiff Aristotle Nostradamus ‘Bull’ Shannon in all nine seasons of the original sitcom.
Rock Brynner Dies: Yul Brynner’s Son & Former Bodyguard to Muhammad Ali Was 76
He also worked as a roadie for The Band, and ran the Hard Rock Cafe in NYC.
Richard Roundtree Dies: ‘Shaft’ Star Was 81
Roundtree had recently been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Elaine Devry Dies: Actress & 4th Wife of Mickey Rooney Was 93
She featured in many TV shows including ‘Perry Mason’ and ‘I Dream of Jeannie.’
Burt Young Dies: ‘Rocky’ Star Was 83 – Sylvester Stallone Pays Heartfelt Tribute
He also starred in ‘The Sopranos’ and ‘Russian Doll.’
Lara Parker Dies: ‘Dark Shadows’ Actress Was 84
Actress was also known for her roles in ‘Save the Tiger’ and ‘Race With the Devil.’
Three-Time Oscar Nominee Piper Laurie Dies at Age 91
Her career spanned 7 decades.
‘Three’s Company’ Actress Suzanne Somers Dies At 76
She died on the eve of her 77th birthday.
Dick Curtis Dies: Jonathan Winters’ Straight Man & Comedic Actor Was 95
He also appeared on ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show.’
Phyllis Coates, Television’s First Lois Lane, Dies at 96
She appeared in ‘Adventures of Superman.’