"Charlie's Angels" and "Love Boat" alum Denise DuBarry has passed away at 63-years-old. The actress died in Los Angeles on Saturday, March 23 after fighting an infection stemming from a rare fungus. She is survived by her husband, William Hay, and daughter, Samantha Lockwood.
Singer-songwriter Scott Walker, best known for tracks such as "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore", has died at age 76.
Walker's record label 4AD said in a statement: "Scott Walker has been a unique and challenging titan at the forefront of British music: audacious and questioning, he has produced works that dare to explore human vulnerability and the godless darkness encircling it."
Country singer Justin Carter has died at 35 after a prop gun accidentally went off in his apartment.
Carter had recently signed a deal with Triple Threat Management and was considered to be "the next Garth Brooks."
His music is still expected to be released.
Guitarist Dick Dale died on March 16 at the age on 81.
Dubbed as the pioneer of surf rock, Dale's instrumental rock was influenced by his Middle Eastern heritage. He is credited with the first success of surf rock that took over the early 60s.
Some of his top hits include "Misirlou" and "Let's Go Trippin'".
Veteran character actor Richard Erdman has passed away at 93. In addition to credits in such Hollywood classics as "Stalag 17", Erdman also appeared in numerous TV series over the years, ranging from "Perry Mason" to "The Bionic Woman". More recently, Erdman was best known for playing geriatric college student Leonard Rodriguez in NBC sitcom "Community".
Actor Jed Allan, known for his roles in "Days of Our Lives", "General Hospital" and "Santa Barbara", has passed away at age 84. Perhaps best known for playing Steve Sanders' father on "Beverly Hills, 90210", Allan's other TV roles include such series as "Lassie", "Columbo", "The Mod Squad", "Love, American Style" and "Adam-12", "Walker, Texas Ranger" and "CSI: Miami" to name just a few.
Miss Teen Universe Lotte Van Der Zee
Miss Teen Universe, Lotte Van Der Zee has tragically died at the age of 19.
The Dutch model suffered a heart attack during a ski trip in Austria on Wednesday.
Van Der Zee’s parents confirmed the news on Instagram, writing, “Our pearl, our everything passed away on Wednesday evening March 6th at 22:47. It is incredibly surreal that our dearly beloved Lotte is not around us anymore. Our hearts are truly broken.”
80s heartthrob Jan Michael Vincent -- best known for his role on TV’s “Airwolf” -- has died, suffering cardiac arrest on February 10. Vincent was 74 years old.
King Kong Bundy
WWE legend King Kong Bundy has died at age 61. The "walking condominium" was billed at 6-foot-4 and weighing 458-pounds. He famously wrestled Hulk Hogan for the WWF Championship inside a steel cage at Wrestlemania 2.
“Beverly Hills, 90120” alum Luke Perry died on Monday, March 4 at age 52. The actor suffered a “massive” stroke on Wednesday, Feb. 27 and never recovered. He passed away in hospital with his two children, Jack and Sophie, his fiancée Wendy Madison Bauer, ex-wife Minnie Sharp and family members by his side.
At the time of his death, Perry was starring as Archie’s dad, Fred Andrews, on “Riverdale.
Keith Flint, the lead vocalist for the UK electronic band The Prodigy, was found dead in his home in Essex, England on March 4 after police arrived to make a welfare check on the singer. Flint’s bandmate and the band’s founder Liam Howlett says the singer died by suicide.
The band found fame and controversy in the 1990s with their hits “Firestarter”, “Breathe” and “Smack My B*tch Up”.
Nathaniel Taylor, best known as Rollo Lawson on "Sanford And Son" died on Feb. 27 in hospital after having a heart attack. Taylor was 80.
At the time of the show, Taylor was one of the few black men on television. He went onto open a performing arts studio for youth.
Taylor is survived by his wife, Loretta, and seven children.
Known for her TV roles on hit sitcoms "Who's the Boss?" and "Soap", actress Katherine Helmond has passed away from complications of Alzheimer's. She was 89. In addition to those memorable roles, the seven-time Emmy nominee was also nominated for a Tony in 1973 for her role in the Broadway production of Eugene O'Neill's “The Great God Brown”.
Four-time Oscar-winner Andre Previn has died at the age of 89.
His manager confirmed the news to The New York Times Thursday, revealing the composer died in his New York City home.
Previn was the mind behind the Academy Award-winning scores of “Gigi” (1958), “Porgy & Bess” (1959), “Irma la Douce” (1963) and “My Fair Lady” (1964).
"Invasion" actress Lisa Sheridan died on Feb. 25 at her home in New Orleans.
Sheridan who also was part of "Catch Fire" died at 44 with unknown causes at the current moment.
Today is a sad day for fans of the 1980s band Talk Talk, as their lead singer Mark Hollis has died after a short illness from which he was unable to recover.
Band member Keith Aspden confirmed the sad news, telling the BBC he’s “still trying to accept” the fact that his friend has died. “I can’t tell you how much Mark influenced and changed my perceptions on art and music,” he said. “I’m grateful for the time I spent with him and for the gentle beauty he shared with us.”
The band were thrust into mainstream success with hits like “It’s My Life” and “Such A Shame” with Hollis releasing a solo album in 1998, before leaving music and removing himself from public view, citing that he wasn’t able to “go on tour and be a good dad at the same time.”
Best known for her role as Marilyn on iconic 1960s sitcom "The Munsters", Beverley Owen has passed away at 81. Owen only played the niece of Herman Munster for one season, leaving the show after 13 episodes. Another actress, Pat Priest, played the role for the rest of the series' run.
Veteran character actor Morgan Woodward has passed away at age 93. A Texas native who served in the Second World War and the Korean War, Woodward appeared in more than 250 films and TV series during a career spanning five decades. Among his many credits are "Cool Hand Luke", "Star Trek", "Logan's Run" and a record 19 guest-starring appearances on "Gunsmoke", more than any other actor. Woodward was best known for playing oil man Marvin “Punk” Anderson on "Dallas", appearing on 55 episodes of the long-running primetime soap.
Clark Gable III
Clark Cable’s grandson Clark Gable III died Friday morning, his mother has confirmed.
The “Cheaters” host died at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas at 30-years-old.
“It’s is with an extremely heavy heart we say goodbye to my beautiful son Clark,” his mother wrote on Instagram. “He passed this morning. I will always be next to you my beautiful son.”
The Monkees guitarist Peter Tork has died at the age of 77.
Tork’s sister, Anne Thorkelson, confirmed the news to The Washington Post but did not specify the guitarist’s cause of death. He was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer over a decade ago.
“It is with beyond-heavy and broken hearts that we share the devastating news that our friend, mentor, teacher, and amazing soul, Peter Tork, has passed from this world,” read a statement on Tork’s official Facebook page.
Chanel’s iconic artistic director Karl Lagerfeld has died at the age of 85.
The fashion designer was spotted looking increasing frail in his most recent outings, and was reportedly ill for the last few weeks. Reports claim that the icon passed away in Paris on February 19. Many stars are paying tribute to Lagerfeld, including Diane Kruger, Victoria Beckham, Alexa Chung, and Lily Allen.
Bruno Ganz best-known for his role as Hitler in "Downfall" died at the age of 77 at his Swiss home on Feb. 15.
He was a staple in German cinemas, but also had many English roles like "The Reader" and "The Manchurian Candidate."
Ex-princess and younger sister of Jackie Kennedy, Lee Radziwill has died at the age of 85 on Feb. 15.
She was married three times, once to Polish Prince Stanislas Radziwill, whose name she kept.
Radziwill was a fashion icon and friend of Andy Warhol and Truman Capote.
"Stargate" actor Carmen Argenziano has dies at the age of 75. The circumstances surrounding his death are still unknown.
Rising-star British rapper Cadet has passed away after a late-night car crash in central England while on his way to a gig. Cadet (real name: Blaine Cameron Johnson) was just 28.
Albert Finney, British actor from Manchester, England, has passed away at the age of 82. The Oscar-nominated actor is best known for his roles in “Murder on the Orient Express”, “The Dresser”, and “Tom Jones”. His passing comes after a short battle with an illness.
Comedian, actor, and writer Steve Levy has died at the age of 58. His passing comes after a lengthy battle with nose cancer, for which we released a personal essay titled “My Year Without a Nose”. With decades of experience under his belt, Levy appeared in many shows such as “Days of our Lives”, “Veronica Mars”, and “3rd Rock From The Sun”. Levy is survived by his wife, Caroline Carrigan, his son, and parents.
Kristoff St. John
According to an email from his lawyer , “Young And The Restless” star Kristoff St. John has died. The actor was 52. He starred on the Global soap opera as Neil Winters since 1991, spanning over 1600 episodes. Other notable TV series in which he appeared include “Diagnosis Murder" and "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper".
Julie Adams, best known for her role in “Creature From the Black Lagoon” has died. The 92 year-old actress died early Sunday morning in Los Angeles after six decades of acting.
Canada’s beloved Tim Hortons co-founder Ron Joyce has died at the age of 88.
While the cause of death was not immediately clear, Joyce died at Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington, Ont.
He had donated $7.5 million to the hospital’s namesake foundation.
Best known for his role on "Keeping Up Appearances", Clive Swift died at the age of 82 on Feb. 1. His other work included "Excalibur" and "Doctor Who".
Veteran actor Dick Miller has passed away. The "Gremlins" and "Terminator" actor has hundreds of acting credits to his name spanning more than 60 years. He is survived by his wife Lainie, daughter Barbara and granddaughter Autumn..
"Top Chef" contestant Fatima Ali has passed away following a battle with cancer. Ali was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare cancer that attacks bone and soft tissue, shortly after production wrapped on 2017's "Top Chef". Ali's death was announced on Friday, Jan. 25. She was only 29-years-old.
Actress Louisa Moritz, who starred in films like "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and "Death Race 2000", as well as a number TV series in the '60s and '70s, has died at 72.
In 2014, Moritz was one of dozens of women who accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault.
"Grey's Anatomy" star Debbie Allen shared the sad news Tuesday on Twitter that her close friend, singer-songwriter James Ingram has died at age 66.
Ingram began his career in the early '70s and made it to the Billboard Top 40 eight times in the '80s and '90s, including "Somewhere Out There" from the film "An American Tail" and "The Day I Fall in Love" from "Beethoven's 2nd".
"Saturday Night Fever" dance consultant JoJo Smith passes away at age 80. The "Choreographer to the Stars" worked with the likes of Barbara Walters and Barbra Streisand. He died from stroke complications.
Prolific acting teacher William Esper has passed away. Esper's notable students included John Malkovich, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Rockwell, William Hurt, and Tracee Ellis Ross. He died on Jan. 26 of complications from Lewy body disease.
A rising star on the comedy seen has died too soon. Kevin Barnett was gaining plenty of momentum as a comedian before his untimely death in Mexico at the age of 32. Barnett recently executive produced and co-created Fox TV series “Rel”. He was on vacation at the time of his death.
Legendary Broadway star Carol Channing has died at the age of 97. She played notable roles in Broadway’s “Hello, Dolly!” and “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”. Her longtime publicist shared news of her death: “It is with extreme heartache that I have to announce the passing of an original Industry Pioneer, Legend and Icon - Miss Carol Channing. I admired her before I met her, and have loved her since the day she stepped ... or fell rather ... into my life.”
Rising Puerto Rican Latin trap star Kevin Fret has died at the age of 24. The openly gay rapper and outspoken LGBTQ advocate was shot eight times in an early morning shooting on Jan. 10 amid a wave of escalating violence in the country’s capital of San Juan. In addition to his music, Fret was known for breaking down gender norms and the stigma around being gay and gender nonconformity.
Prolific Hollywood sound mixer Gregg Rudloff died in Los Angeles on January 6 at the age of 63. With more than 200 credits to his name, Rudloff was a frequent collaborator on Clint Eastwood’s directorial efforts, earning two of his seven Oscar nominations for the films “American Sniper” and “Flags Of Our Fathers”. Rudloff was a three-time Academy Award winner, taking home the top prize for his work on the films “Glory”, “The Matrix” and “Mad Max: Fury Road”. He most recently worked on Netflix’s experimental Orson Welles film “The Other Side Of The Wind”.
Singer Daryl Dragon of Captain and Tennille (pictured with Toni Tennille) has passed away. "On behalf of the family and my client, Ms. Toni Tenille — who was with him as he took his last breath — I have just notified the media that Daryl Dragon... has passed away," B Harlan Boll wrote on Facebook.
"He was a brilliant musician with many friends who loved him greatly," Tennille said according to Boll. "I was at my most creative in my life when I was with him."
"Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Super Dave Osborne" creator Bob Einstein has died at the age of 76.
The actor, brother of Albert Brooks, had recently been diagnosed with cancer.
Brooks remembered him on Twitter as, "A great brother, father and husband. A brilliantly funny man. You will be missed forever."
'Mean' Gene Okerlund
WWE Hall of Fame announcer Eugene Arthur Okerlund, best known as “Mean” Gene Okerlund has passed away at the age of 76. “Mean” Gene made his name interviewing WWE icons like Andre the Giant and Ricky Steamboat. He was celebrated for his work in 2006, being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Hulk Hogan. It is unclear how he died but the legendary personality had health problems for years, which led to two kidney transplants.