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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. I am using this for one month,and till now it serves okay. Little heating issue, but with mediatek processor that much is expected i guess. Camera is good. July 21, John Heard, a gifted character actor who worked for more than four decades in TV and film, has died at age Although best-known for his role as a absent-minded dad in the "Home Alone" films, he earned critical acclaim for his work in "Chilly Scenes of Winter," "Cutter's Way" and "Cat People.
July Chester Bennington, the Phoenix native who rose to fame as the leader of Linkin Park, has committed suicide. The musician was found dead at about 9 a. Thursday, July Bennington hanged himself, according to the Los Angeles Times. Though best-known for his work in Swedish-language films, Nyqvist branched out to English-language projects, playing dastardly European villains in such films as "Mission: Nyqvist was battling cancer, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
June 15, Bill Dana, a nightclub comic whose character Jose Jimenez became a national sensation, has died. Dana worked as head writer on "The Steve Allen Plymouth Show," which is where he introduced the Jimenez character in Dana was honored by the National Hispanic Media Coalition for the character, who was seen as a positive role model although Dana was not of Hispanic descent.
He retired the character but continued to perform, appearing on "St. Elsewhere" and "The Golden Girls. July 15, Martin Landau, an Oscar-winning actor whose career dates back to the '50, has died. June 16, Stephen Furst, a comedic actor best known as innocent Flounder in "Animal House," has died. The cherubic-faced actor later starred in such films as "Midnight Madness" and "Scavenger Hunt," and appeared in the popular '80s medical drama "St. Elsewhere" as Dr. According to the Hollywood Reporter, he died of complications from diabetes. Furst was Universal Pictures. The actor died of complications from heart failure, according to USA Today.
He also had regular roles on "Elementary" and "The Inside. June 13, Anita Pallenberg, an actress and model who became a symbol of the quintessential '60s groupie, has died. Pallenberg's film work includes "Candy" , "Barbarella" and "Performance" , but she is better known for her connections to the Rolling Stones. She initially was involved with Brian Jones of the band, then later Keith Richards, whom she was partnered with until She is also credited with singing background vocals on the band's "Sympathy for the Devil.
Warner Bros. June 9, The program only ran from to but made West a star. It also typecast the actor, who found it difficult to break away from the "Batman" image. A big-screen leading lady in the '80s and '90s, she also found work on the small screen, appearing in "Lonesome Dove" and "ER. She was 62; no cause of death was released. June 4, Roger Smith, a handsome TV star who abandoned acting to guide the career of his wife, Ann-Margret, has died. Smith, a contract player for Warner Bros.
Smith married actress and singer Ann-Margret in , and stopped performing to manage her career. In , Smith was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis; he battled the disease throughout the years.
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Smith was 84; Ann-Margret survives him. May 30, Verdugo's long career includes roles in the horror film "House of Frankenstein" and 's "Cyrano de Bergerac" with Jose Ferrer. The show ran from to , and was the top-rated series the for the season. Verdugo died in Los Angeles, according to the Hollywood Reporter. May 27, Gregg Allman, seen in , died at age 69 in Savannah, Ga. Allman's work with the Allman Brothers Band set the stage for Southern rock, jam bands and influenced several generations of players. AP file photo. May 24, Jared Martin, a handsome actor who was a constant presence on '70s TV, has died.
May 17, Chris Cornell, a dynamic leader of the '90s grunge scene, has died at age The Soundgarden singer was found on the bathroom floor of his hotel room following a concert in Detroit. Police are investigating the death as a possible suicide. May 23, Roger Moore, a debonair leading man who played James Bond in more films than anyone else, has died at age Post-Bond, he often sent up his image in films like "Spice World" In , he was knighted; in ,, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Moore was suffering from cancer, according to a statement from his family. May 22, Dina Merrill, a sophisticated blonde actress with a long film and TV career, has died at Merrill, whose best -known films include "Operation Petticoat" , "Butterfield 8" and "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" , often played women of privilege; it came naturally to the actress, who was the daughter of broker E. Hutton and cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post. Merrill also appeared on Broadway and worked on TV through the early s. She is survived by her husband, actor and and investment banker Ted Hartley; she previously was married to actor Cliff Robertson from Nancy Ostertag, Getty Images.
Powers Boothe, an Emmy-winning actor who moved between and film, has died at age The Story of Jim Jones. Jimmy LaFave, an Austin-based singer-songwriter who achieved great popularity on the Americana circuit, has died after a battle with cancer. LaFave was diagnosed with the disease in but didn't announce his condition until this year. On May 19, he appeared onstage in a wheelchair at an Austin concert held in his honor.
He introduced his year-old son to the audience and said, "Take care of him for me, please. I love him so very, very much," according to newspaper the Mirror. In an interview in April with the Houston Chronicle, LaFave said doctors had found between 15 and 20 tumors in his chest. April 22, Erin Moran, who spent her adolescence playing Joanie on the top-rated '70s sitcom 'Happy Days," has died. The former child star was found unresponsive by authorities on Saturday in Indiana, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Moran was 13 when she began playing the role in ; she was still on the series when it ended in In between, she starred in a spin-off, "Joanie Loves Chachi," in which she co-starred with Scott Baio. Her acting career sputtered once "Happy Days" ended, though she occasionally appeared on reality programs such as "Scott Baio is And Single" and "Celebrity Fit Club. May 10, Michael Parks, a '60s heartthrob who later re-emerged as a successful character actor and Quentin Tarantino favorite, has died. Parks was a familiar presence on TV in the '70s and '80s, but a rebirth began to occur in the next century, as he transitioned into a somewhat grizzled character actor with roles in Tarantino's "Django Unchained," "Grindhouse" and "Kill Bill" franchise.
A cause of death has not been disclosed, according to the Hollywood Reporter. April 26, The thriller starring Jodie Foster became the third film in history to win Academy Awards in all the top five categories picture, actor, actress, director and screenplay. Demme, 73, died from complications due to heart disease and esophageal cancer, according to Rolling Stone.
April 12, Murphy's publicist told the Hollywood Reporter that Murphy died from leukemia. April 20, Cuba Gooding Sr. According to the Associated Press, the cause of death is under investigation, but drug paraphernalia and alcohol were found in the parked car. April 11, Dorothy Mengering, who charmed viewers appearing with her son, David Letterman, on his late-night TV program, has died. A former church secretary, she would deliver Top 10 lists from her Indiana kitchen and challenge the host to guess what pies she had baked for Thanksgiving.
Mengering, who died in Carmel, Ind. John Warren Geils Jr. Geils, has died at age Geils was a vocalist and guitarist for The J. Geils Band, which he formed in Worcester, Mass. The group disbanded in but reunited in Geils was found dead in his Groton, Mass. April 7, Pigott-Smith was already a veteran of stage and screen when he came to international attention as a sadistic police officer in British-controlled India in the s miniseries "The Jewel in the Crown.
He was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire last month, which put him on the path to knighthood. April 6, Don Rickles, the beloved insult comedian, has died at age 90, according to his spokesman. The comic, affectionately known as "Mr. Warmth," was a Las Vegas mainstay since the '60s and an influence on numerous comedians. A younger generation came to know him through his work as the voice of Mr.
Potato Head in the "Toy Story" franchise. April 5, Tampa police said no foul play was suspected; the band issued a statement saying O'Neill died as a result of a "chronic illness. March 23, Lola Albright, a sultry blonde who gained pop-culture fame playing the girlfriend of TV private eye Peter Gunn, has died. Born and raised in Ohio, Albright moved to Hollywood, Calif. She first gained major attention starring opposite Kirk Douglas in 's "Champion. At the height of her fame, she recorded "Dreamsville" an album of songs she performed on the TV show that was produced by Henry Mancini.
Columbia Pictures. March 22, Sib Hashian, a former drummer for the band Boston, has died. Although he is the group's second drummer he replaced Jim Masdea , he is heard on the group's first two albums. He departed the group in , replaced by Masdea. March 21, Chuck Barris, who became a star as the zany host of the '70s favorite "The Gong Show," has died at age March 19, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist JImmy Breslin has died at age Considered one of the founding fathers of new journalism, the New York columnist's evocative style — writing about everyone from the man who dug President John F.
Kennedy's grave to Malcolm X to Son of Sam— was designed to draw readers into his stories and provoke a reaction. He wrote several books; at the height of his fame, in the s, he even pitched Piels Beer in a TV commercial. Still, "his was the triumph of the local," writer Pete Hamill told the Associated Press. March 18, Chuck Berry, one of the architects of rock and roll, has died at age Goode" influenced countless artists, ranging from the Beatles to Emmylou Harris.
Walter Bieri, EPA. March 13, Originally a sax player, LiPuma moved into promotions for Liberty Records in the '60s, working with artists like Vikki Carr and the Ventures. He formed the Blue Thumb label in , then proceeded to work for virtually every major record label. Among his best-known works as a producer: Billboard reports that he died after a brief illness; he was March 10, Joni Sledge, a member of the famed disco family act Sister Sledge, died Friday at her home in the metro Phoenix area.
Along with siblings Kathy, Debbie and Kim, the group recorded such popular '70s tracks as "He's the Greatest Dancer," "All American Girls" and 's million-selling anthem "We Are Family," which became their signature tune. The group's last major hit was 's "Frankie," which reached No. Sledge, who moved to the Valley in the '90s, was Robert James Waller, the Texas author whose "The Bridges of Madison County" became a blockbuster success despite critical derision, has died. The romance novel, which Waller reportedly wrote in 11 days, spent more than three years on the New York Times bestseller list.
It inspired a hit movie that starred Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood he also directed ; in , a musical version of the story opened on Broadway. March 6, Robert Osborne, a former Hollywood Reporter columnist who became the primary host of Turner Classic Movies for more than 20 years, has died.
Osborne's first book, "Academy Awards Illustrated," was published in March 3, Tommy Page, a singer-songwriter who topped the Billboard Hot in with the self-penned ballad "I'll Be Your Everything," has died at age Records, then spent two years as the publisher of music-industry publication Billboard. The cause of death was an apparent suicide, according to Billboard. Sire Recording Co. Judge Joseph Wapner, who rose to fame as the original host of "The People's Court," has died at age Wapner presided over the program from to He became a popular media personality, writing a memoir, "A View From the Bench.
David Wapner said his father died Sunday at home in his sleep, according to the Associated Press. Miriam Colon, an influential character actress who appeared in films alongside Marlon Brando and Chris Cooper, has died. Colon, who was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, starred in more than TV episodes and more than 90 films in a screen career than began in In , she founded the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater in New York, where she helped cultivate young Latino actors and writers and staged work that would later be read in Latino Studies classes across the Americas.
Bill Paxton, a journeyman actor who appeared in such films as "Twister," "Titanic," "Apollo 13" and "Aliens," has died following complications from surgery. Born in , the Texas-born actor was a favorite of James Cameron, appearing in the director's "Aliens" and "True Lies" in addition to playing the salvage-team captain in "Titanic.
Rodriguez, Getty Images. He went on to a short professional basketball career in the United States and Europe before turning to acting. Ware, who was born in Detroit, co-produced and co-wrote Gaye's classic disc "I Want You," which produced the title song, a No. Ware was 77, according to Billboard. Colmes, a New York City native and Hofstra University graduate, worked in radio and as a comedian before joining the Fox network in According to a statement from his family, Holmes died after "a brief illness.
His solo on Brown's single "Funky Drummer" has been been sampled on more than 1, songs, according to Rolling Stone. In , he was named the second best drummer of all time by LA Weekly magazine. Stubblefield, 73, died from kidney failure. Peter Skellern, a British singer-songwriter whose song "You're a Lady" became something of a contemporary standard, has died at age Skellern, who was born in Bury, Greater Manchester, released his first album, "You're a Lady" in The title song, a whispery, old-fashioned ballad, reached No.
Skellern continued to have success in his native country, with discs like 's "Astaire" and 's "A String of Pearls," both collections of standards, hitting the British charts. According to the BBC, Skellern announced that he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor last year; later, in October, he was ordained as a priest and a deacon in the Church of England on the same day. Skellern is survived by his wife, Diana, and two children. Decca Records. He made his wrestling debut in and retired in after being diagnosed with Crohn's disease.
Nicole Bass, a bodybuilder known for frequent appearances on Howard Stern's radio program, has died, according to a post on her Facebook page. Bass became a favorite guest of Stern, who would discuss her physical size and deep voice. She was signed by the then-WWF and debuted with the organization in for a short-lived run; she later accused the organization of sexual harassment, but the case was dismissed.
Bass was Al Jarreau, a jazz singer who crossed over to the pop charts and found mainstream success, has died. In , Reprise Records issued his first album, "We Got By," which garnered critical acclaim, but it was 's "Breakin' Away" that turned the smooth vocalist into a major player. The platinum-selling disc featured such radio hits as "We're in Love This Together" and "Roof Garden," and reached the Top 10 on the pop charts and No. Jarreau became a regular presence on the talk-show circuit, and he also appeared on programs such as "Sheena Easton: Act One" and "Saturday Night Live.
Alec McCowen, a Tony-nominated stage star with an international career, has died at age The versatile McCowen would go to earn three Tony Award nominations for best actor: Mark's Gospel. In , he revived the show in an off-Broadway production. Other notable credits include the original London production of "Equus" and "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me," his last Broadway appearance, in Hale appeared in the iconic mystery series from to , winning an Emmy as best actress in When the show was revived in on NBC as an occasional TV movie, she again appeared in court as Della Street, always at the side of the ever-victorious lawyer played by Raymond Burr.
Hale was married to actor Bill Williams, whom she met in while making the film "West of the Pecos. Hale, who was 94, died at her Los Angeles home. Richard Hatch, a TV actor who became a heartthrob in the '70s thanks to "Battlestar Galactica," has died. The actor, 71, died after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Irwin Corey, a bushy-haired comic and actor known as "Professor" Irwin Corey to audiences, has died at age Famed for his comedic double talk full of non sequiturs, Corey made his Broadway debut in He became a favorite of nightclub and TV audiences.
Corey remained active in the s, appearing on Broadway in a revival of "Sly Fox" pictured. Corey died at his Manhattan home, according to the Washington Post. Mary Tyler Moore, who starred in two iconic TV sitcoms, has died at age The actress, who was born in Brooklyn, N. She made an even stronger impression as Mary Richards, the optimistic producer of a TV-news show, on "Mary Tyler Moore," which ran from The beloved sitcom became one of the most honored shows in Emmy history, winning 29 awards, including three for Moore's performance.
Butch Trucks, a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, has died. Along with Jai "Jaimoe" Johanny Johanson, Trucks was one of the group's two original drummers upon its founding in The band helped define the southern rock sound through such influential discs as "At the Fillmore East" and "Brothers and Sisters" According to Rolling Stone, Trucks performed his last concert on Jan. Trucks, who died in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Sonny Geraci, a vocalist who scored two major hits with different bands, has died.
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Born in Cleveland, Geraci was lead singer for the Outsiders, which reached No. Geraci later toured on the nostalgia circuit, but his career was halted in after he suffered a brain aneurysm, according to Fox 8 WJW in Cleveland. Geraci was July 27, Emmanuelle Riva, a French star of screen and stage who was nominated for an Academy Award for best actress in , has died.
Riva was Oscar-nominated for her role in "Amour, " Michael Haneke's brutal depiction of an aging couple. The actress, who was 89, died in a Paris clinic after a long illness. The two performed the song on that year's Latin Grammy ceremony in Las Vegas. The following year, she formed the Cabriolets, which recorded three albums and one EP, according to Billboard.
Maggie Roche, a member of a musical family group that featured her two sisters, has died at age Along with sisters Terre and Suzzy, the Roches recorded several albums, both as a trio and in various combinations of duos. Roche died of cancer, according to the Associated Press. Oscar-nominated actor John Hurt, one of the screen's most gifted performers, has died at age The actor was knighted in by Queen Elizabeth II.
Hurt died of cancer in London, according to the Associated Press. Frank Pellegrino, an actor who appeared on "The Sopranos," has died. Pellegrino, 72, was suffering from lung cancer, USA Today reports. Roberta Peters, a coloratura soprano who achieved mainstream popularity in a long career, has died. Born in the Bronx, N.
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Blatty's book about demonic possession was published in , followed two years later by a film version, for which he wrote the screenplay. He earned an Oscar for the script, one of two Academy Awards the film earned. He never experienced another success on that scale, but he continued to write. Miguel Ferrer, a member of a Hollywood dynasty and an acclaimed actor in his own right, has died. Ferrer, the son of Oscar winner Jose Ferrer and singer Rosemary Clooney, began acting in the early '80s.
He has a long string of big-screen credits, including "RoboCop" , "Iron Man 3" and "Revenge" Survivors include a wife and two sons; his extended family includes sister-in-law Debby Boone and George Clooney, a first cousin. Mike Connors, a handsome actor who played the tough-talking title character on the long-running detective series "Mannix," has died. Born Kreker J. Ohanian in Fresno, Calif. His long resume includes films like "Panic Button" , "The Ten Commandments" and 's "Nightkill" which was filmed in Arizona. Still, private eye Joe Mannix was the role forever identified with the star, and he also appeared as the character in "Here's Lucy" and "Diagnosis: Dick Gautier, a comic actor who starred on Broadway and was a constant presence on game shows in the 70s, has died.
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Wade Byars. Nat Hentoff, a jazz critic, author, political commentator and journalist, has died. Hentoff wrote for the Village Voice for five decades, and contributed articles to the New Yorker and Down Beat magazine. United Media. Om Puri, a versatile actor who appeared in Hollywood, Bollywood and British films, has died. The star was probably best known to American audiences for playing a warm-hearted patriarch in 's "The Hundred-Foot Journey" opposite Helen Mirren.
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Puri, who suffered a heart attack, was Christopher played the role for the show's run, though actor George Morgan played the role in the pilot episode. Along with Francis Lai, Barouh wrote the the title song to the classic film "A Man and a Woman," in which he also appeared. Barouh continued to act and record, releasing albums into the 21st century.
Debbie Reynolds, an actress and singer from Hollywood's golden age, has died. Her death comes one day after the death of her daughter, Carrie Fisher. Reynolds' long career is highlighted by such films as the classic "Singin' in the Rain," as well as "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" and "The Catered Affair" She starred in the film "Tammy and the Bachelor" and performed the title song, simply called "Tammy. Reynolds' career later expanded to include theater, nightclubs and concert appearances. Richard Adams, whose novel "Watership Down" inspired both an animated film and TV series, has died at age The British author wrote several other books, including "The Plague Dogs" and "Tales from Watership Down," a follow-up to his best-known book.
Carrie Fisher, the princess of Hollywood who became a young star playing a princess in "Star Wars," has died following a heart attack suffered on a flight from London to Los Angeles, according to reports from TMZ and People. Michele Morgan, a French actress who found success in both French and English-language films, has died. Morgan received Cannes' first best actress award for her performance in "Pastoral Symphony" in Fran Jeffries, a singer and actress who was a familiar presence on the variety-show circuit of the '60s, has died.
She recorded several albums; 's "All the Love" was her most recent release. Ricky Harris, a comedian and actor known for multiple appearances on the sitcoms "Everybody Hates Chris" and "Moesha," has died. Snoop Dogg posted a video on Instagram about the death of Harris saying the actor was "my big brother, my homeboy" and a "Long Beach original.
Actor Dick Latessa, who won a Tony Award in for playing the father of Tracy Turnblad in the original Broadway production of "Hairspray," has died. Singer George Michael died over the Christmas holiday, according to a statement issued by his publicist on Sunday. The British singer-songwriter, who first became part of the pop-culture landscape as half of the '80s duo Wham! Honest, genuine talent. Rick Parfitt, guitarist for influential British rock band Status Quo, has died. The group has charted more than 60 singles in the U.
In September, Parfitt announced that he would no longer tour with the band due to health reasons. He died from septicemia in Marbella, Spain, where he lived for part of the year. Tim P. Gordie Tapp, a comic actor who starred in 90 episodes of the variety program "Hee Haw" between and , has died. Tapp also wrote for the long-running show, in which he created such characters as Cousin Clem, Samuel B.
Sternwheeler and cuckolded husband Lavern Nagger. Zsa Zsa Gabor, actress, socialite, jet-setter and larger-than-life personality, has died at age 99 at her home in Bel Air, Calif. The Hungarian star was the middle sister of the Gabor siblings: Eva star of "Green Acres" was younger and Magda, also an actress, was older. Better known for her multiple marriages — she reportedly wed nine times — than her film or TV career, Gabor's spouses included movie star George Sanders and hotelier Conrad Hilton, who fathered her only child, Francesca, who died in Gabor died of a heart attack, according to her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt.
Sager, 65, battled a rare form of cancer for more than two years, undergoing multiple rounds of chemotherapy and other treatments. Bernard Fox, a mustachioed character actor who played the mischievous Dr. Bombay on TV's "Bewitched," has died. The British actor starred as the warlock physician who was summoned by Samantha Stephens with the memorable cry: Bombay, calling Dr. Come right away! Alan Thicke, who achieved his greatest fame playing a sensible dad on the long-running ABC sitcom "Growing Pains," has died after suffering a heart attack.
Thicke, who was 69, played Dr. Jason Seaver during the show's entire run, as well as returning for TV-movie reunions in and Born in Canada, the performer first gained U. A singer and songwriter, he wrote the theme songs for such programs as "Diff'rent Strokes" he also sang the tune and "The Facts of Life," which was performed and co-written by his then-wife, singer and actress Gloria Loring. Loring posted on Facebook: We were all just together for Thanksgiving. He was talented, funny and deeply devoted to his family.
Rest In Peace, dear one. Actor Joseph Mascolo, who gained fame as a memorable daytime villain on "Days of Our Lives," has died. The actor, who first appeared on Broadway in , found steady work in film and on TV. His big-screen credits include "Jaws 2" and "Shaft's Big Score! His character, Stefano DiMera, would appear off and on the program, last appearing on an episode that aired this past July. He ultimately starred in more than 1, episodes of the NBC soap.
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He also has worked as a musician and songwriter; his composition "Fuego con Fuego" was recorded by Gloria Trevi. Glass appeared on the acclaimed sitcom, which ran from to , for its entire run. He earned an Emmy nomination in the show's final season for his portrayal of Ron Harris. The actor, who was born in Evansville, Ind. Mexican actress Lupita Tovar, who starred in the Spanish-language version of "Dracula," has died at age The actress, who was born in Oaxaca, Mexico, was part of a powerful Hollywood family.
She was married to producer and talent agent Paul Kohner; their daughter, Susan Kohner, earned an Oscar nomination for the film "Imitation of Life. Tovar's other films include "Santa" , the first Mexican film with sound. Tovar left her acting career behind in the '40s to focus on raising her family. She was honored in with a Mexican stamp that bore her image; in , the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences paid tribute to her accomplishments.
Tovar, seen in , died in Los Angeles, according to the Washington Post. The singer and actress first appeared on Broadway in the s, then became a frequent guest on TV, regularly visiting talk and variety shows. Her greatest fame came as Carol Brady, the matriarch of a blended family, on the perpetually sunny sitcom, which gained new life in reruns. She remained a presence on TV once the show ended, hosting the TNN series "Country Kitchen" and pitching Wesson cooking oil in a series of commercials.
More recently, she appeared on "Dancing with the Stars," both as a competitor she came in eighth in and as a guest this season, rooting and performing with Maureen McCormick, who played her eldest daughter on "The Brady Bunch. Soul singer Sharon Jones, bandleader of the Dap-Kings often referred to as the "female James Brown," died following a battle with pancreatic cancer.
The actress, who was in Peru to take part in a modeling event, was found dead in her hotel room. Jon Kopaloff. Legendary singer-songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen has died at age The member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame had an illustrious career that spanned five decades. Many will recognize his iconic song "'s "Hallelujah," which was famously covered by Jeff Buckley in Kay Starr, whose distinctive blend of pop, jazz, blues and country made her one of the nation's top vocalists in the '50s, has died.
Starr, who began performing as a teenager, topped the national chart twice: Starr later recorded several acclaimed albums for Capitol Records, including "Movin'! After the hits faded, she continued to perform in casinos and clubs; for a time in the '80s, she was part of the 4 Girls 4 concert act that also featured Margaret Whiting and Rose Marie.
Starr continued to occasionally record, cutting a duet with Tony Bennett in for his disc "Playin' With My Friends: Bennett Sings the Blues. Grimes, who starred from to in the Meredith Willson musical, won a Tony Award for her performance. The quirky-voiced actress earned a second Tony in for "Private Lives. She was married to actor Christopher Plummer from to ; actress Amanda Plummer is their daughter.
The performer, who was 82, died in Englewood, N. The disc topped the country charts and crossed over to the pop Top He was found unresponsive in his Forestburgh, N. An autopsy is pending. Gonzalo Vega, a popular Mexican actor who first appeared on screen in , has died after a battle with a form of bone marrow cancer.
Pictures Mexico. Kashif, whose real name was Michael Jones, launched his recording career in Nunn died at his home in Pittsburgh after battling cancer, according to The Associated Press. Born Dec. She never appeared in another big-screen feature; later, she authored two books connected to her experiences making the film: Carr died of complications from dementia, according to the Associated Press.
Actor Hugh O'Brian, a handsome television leading man who gained fame playing the title character on the series "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp," has died at age Law" and "Murder, She Wrote. The Foundation announced his death in a statement released on Monday. He died at his home in Beverly Hills. Gene Wilder, the comedy icon, died from complications of Alzheimer's disease. Juan Gabriel, an iconic Mexican singer and songwriter, has died of a heart attack.
Known as the "divo of Juarez" for his flamboyant style and high-energy pop, ranchera and rock ballads, he had put out more than songs through the course of his career. John McLaughlin, the conservative political commentator and host of the namesake long-running television show that pioneered hollering-heads discussions of Washington politics, has died. No cause of death was mentioned, but an ailing McLaughlin had missed the taping for this past weekend's show for the first time in the series' 34 years. Emmy-winning actor Fyvush Finkel, whose long career encompassed TV, film and theater, has died at his Manhattan home.
Finkel got his start as a child performer, appearing in Yiddish theater productions in New York. He made his Broadway debut in "Fiddler on the Roof" in the s. He achieved his greatest fame on television, winning an Emmy for playing a lawyer on "Picket Fences" and portraying a history teacher on more than 60 episodes of "Boston Public. Finkel was His wife Rachel confirmed his death at Mt. Sinai Hospital to the Associated Press but didn't specify the cause of death, saying he'd suffered from multiple ailments.
Hill was the longest-serving member of the original cast. The actor died in Los Angeles, according to his representative Paul Doherty. The Cleveland native also voiced commercials and made guest appearances on numerous TV series including "Seinfeld," ''Night Court" and "Diff'rent Strokes. Arthur Hiller, the versatile director who received an Oscar nomination for directing the hugely popular romantic tragedy "Love Story" during a career that spanned dozens of popular movies and TV shows, died Wednesday of natural causes.
Hiller served as Academy president from Although since dismissed by some as overly syrupy, "Love Story," with Ali MacGraw pictured with Hiller and Ryan O'Neal as star-crossed Ivy League lovers, was one of the most popular movies of , but one that almost didn't get made due to Paramount's rocky financial situation. Hiller was Terrill, File. Folk singer Glenn Yarbrough, who founded the popular trio the Limeliters in , has died in Nashville. The singer left the group in ; two years later, he scored a major pop hit with "Baby the Rain Must Fall," the title song to a Steve McQueen film.
In later years, the tenor occasionally reunited with the Limeliters and maintained a solo career through concerts and recordings. Yarbrough, who suffered from dementia, was Pete Fountain, a Dixieland clarinet player who achieved great popularity in the '50s and '60s thanks to his swinging musical style, has died. Fountain, seen in , recorded a version of "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" that became his signature tune and inspired the title of his memoir, "A Closer Walk.
He announced his retirement from music in Fountain, who died of heart failure, was July 19, Hollywood actor, director, writer and producer Garry Marshall died at 5 p. PT Tuesday from complications of pneumonia following a stroke at a hospital in Burbank, Calif. July 3, Noel Neill, the actress who was the first to play Superman's love interest, Lois Lane, on screen has died.
Noel Neill was June 23, Bluegrass icon Ralph Stanley has died after a battle with skin cancer. After Carter died in , Stanley kept the group going through the 21st century. June 14, She also was the author of several books and co-wrote a musical play. She passed peacefully in her sleep according to her Facebook page. June 19, Anton Yelchin, a rising actor best known for playing Chekov in the rebooted "Star Trek" franchise, has died in a freak traffic collision, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The actor's other films include "Green Room" and the remake of "Fright Night. The comedic actress had a durable career, later playing Grandma Yetta on "The Nanny" in the '90s and appearing this year in two episodes of the CBS comedy "Life in Pieces. June 18, The singer died in Chicago after being shot three times outside a school where he taught music. Fuentes was celebrating his 45th birthday with friends when the shooting occurred, the Associated Press reports. Singer Lucero, who coached Fuentes on the program, called him a "great friend, great artist" in a Twitter post.
Fuentes left is seen in a March 13, , photo with Miguel Angel Sanchez. June 17, Actor Ron Lester, best-remembered for his role as an obese high-school football player in the film "Varsity Blues," has died. He later said his new appearance led to a decline in acting roles. He had been hospitalized since February due to liver and kidney problems, according to the Associated Press.
June 3, Muhammad Ali, widely hailed as the greatest heavyweight boxer in the sport's history, passed away at the age of 74 in Scottsdale, after being hospitalized a day earlier with a respiratory issue. The Lavidge Company. June 6, The Theresa Saldana Story. May 31, Jan Crouch, a television evangelist who co-founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network with her husband, Paul Crouch, died after suffering a stroke.
Crouch, seen in , was a familiar presence on the network's "Praise the Lord" program. Mark Boster. Her family refrained from announcing her death until May 24, per the actress' wishes. She starred on "Alice" for its entire run, from Howland is survived by her husband, actor Charles Kimbrough "Murphy Brown". Former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza died after collapsing on stage during a performance in Los Angeles.
Menza was a member of Megadeth from He was playing with his new band, Ohm, when he died. Jim Cooper. May 19, The Cincinnati Enquirer file. Prince was briefly hospitalized Friday after his plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Illinois' Quad City International Airport. Morley Safer, the much-honored "60 Minutes" newsman, received several awards in his long career, including 12 Emmys, three Overseas Press Club Awards and three Peabody Awards. He announced his retirement on May 11, Tejano music superstar Emilio Navaira, often referred to as "King of the Rodeo" died Monday night after suffering a massive heart attack.
Navaira, along with late musician Selena, is credited with bringing Tejano music to the mainstream. Chyna, called "the ninth wonder of the world," was born in Rochester, N. She won four Emmys for her portrayal of Marie Barone on the popular CBS comedy series which ran for 9 seasons and won an Emmy for her role on the drama St. Guy Clark, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer, died in Nashville on Tuesday morning after a long illness, including a lengthy cancer battle.
Anne Jackson, a Tony Award-nominated theater actress who often appeared onstage with her husband, the late Eli Wallach, in comedies and classics, died early Tuesday of natural causes at her home in Manhattan. Her death was confirmed by her son, Peter Wallach. Bryan Bedder, Getty Images.
He had just turned 79 years old, and had been in failing health for some time, leading to the cancellation of several concert dates, including two nights at the Ryman Auditorium that were originally scheduled for March. April 8, March 31, The cause of death was not disclosed. Zaha Hadid, the Iraqi-born British architect who designed modernist, futuristic buildings acclaimed around the world, died suddenly in a Miami hospital Thursday.
According to her firm, Hadid suffered a heart attack while being treated for bronchitis. March 29, March 26, Jim Harrison, the fiction writer, poet and outdoorsman who wrote the historical saga Legends of the Fall, has died at age 78 at his home in Patagonia, Ariz. Mathieu Bourgois. March 24, Baseball legend Joe Garagiola died at the age of He was known around the globe as a baseball announcer for more than 30 years and member of the broadcasters' wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Phife Dawg, one of the founding members of legendary hip-hop collective A Tribe Called Quest, died at 45 of complications from diabetes. March 16, Frank Sinatra Jr. Kidnapped and held for ransom when he was 19, Sinatra Jr. He eventually worked for his father as his musical director and conductor. John Schnabel, patriarch of Discovery Channel's hit show "Gold Rush", died Friday morning at age 96 after battling several severe health issues, according to a Facebook post by Parker Schnabel, gold-mining star on the show and John's grandson.
A People. In , Schnabel volunteered to serve his country after the Pearl Harbor bombing. He was in the Air Corps until He wed Erma Dire in , and the couple had five children. Discovery is set to air a special that will feature Schnabel and his grandson Parker on Friday. The network is also honoring him with a memorial card on-air ahead of a two-hour Gold Rush event at 7 p. Gold Rush Legends: Parker Schnabel airs at 9 p. Santos died in Santa Monica, California, after a heart attack earlier in the week, according to his agent. Wally Fong, AP Photo.
Emmy award-winning actor Larry Drake, who was best known for playing Benny on L. Law, died at TMZ reported that Drake had been suffering health issues recently and was found dead in his Hollywood Hills home. Keith Emerson, one-third of the s progressive-rock trio Emerson, Lake and Palmer has died at age The band's official Facebook page confirmed the keyboard player's death but did not elaborate as to the cause. Gareth Cattermole. Reese Witherspoon announced that her chihuahua sidekick in the "Legally Blonde" movies, has died. Moonie, who played little Bruiser Woods, was Sam Emerson, MGM.
March 8, The legendary music producer who more than anyone else defined and shaped the sound of the Beatles, died at the age of