Blade Runner Actor Rutger Hauer and 43 Celebs Died in 2019 and We Are Missing Them Much


A lot of fascinating celebrities and major influencers have already died in 2019 and, unfortunately, the list keeps getting bigger.

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Rutger Hauer, July 24

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Popular actor Rutger Hauer has died at the age of 75 as the result of a short illness. He passed away at his home in the Netherlands.

He is famous for his roles in  The Osterman Weekend, Ladyhawke, Flesh+Blood, The Hitcher, Escape from Sobibor,  Blade Runner,  Blind Fury, The Blood of Heroes and Wedlock.

People are deeply saddened to learn this news: “Deeply saddened by the passing of the great Rutger Hauer. I have many fond memories of him, both on-screen and in person,” Charles de Lauzirika tweeted.


Cameron Boyce, July 6 

Source: Deadline


Disney actor Cameron Boyce died at the age of 20, the reason for the death a seizure that was stated to be a complication from his illness.

“It is with a profoundly heavy heart that we report that this morning we lost Cameron,” the family told ABC. “He passed away in his sleep due to a seizure which was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated.

“The world is now undoubtedly without one of its brightest lights, but his spirit will live on through the kindness and compassion of all who knew and loved him. We are utterly heartbroken and ask for privacy during this immensely difficult time as we grieve the loss of our precious son and brother.”

His was known for for his roles in the Disney’s series “Descendants” and the TV show “Jessie.”


Arte Johnson, July 3

Source: Deadline

Arte Johnson famous winning an Emmy for the hit series “Laugh-In” died of bladder and prostate cancer at the age of 90.

“Humor for me consists in incongruity,” he said. “If I were doing a Hasidic rabbi, I’d have him speak with an Irish accent. … You take it out of reality and make it cartoon-esque without being denigrating. Because people today are so sensitive, it’s the only way of creating humor without offending someone.”

You might remember him as a character of a German soldier with the famous catchphrase “Verrrry interesting…”.


Lee Iacocca,  July 2

Lee A. Iacocca was famous for the development of the Ford Motor Company and then being CEO of Chrysler Corporation.

“If you can find a better car, buy it,” Iacocca once said. “I’m not asking you to buy any car on faith. I want you to compare.”

“I began my life as the son of immigrants, and I worked my way up to the presidency of the Ford Motor Company,” Iacocca wrote. “When I finally got there, I was on top of the world. But then fate said to me: ‘Wait. We’re not finished with you. Now you’re going to find out what it feels like to get kicked off Mt. Everest!'”

Unfortunately, he died of natural causes at the age of 94.


Tyler Skaggs, July 1


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Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs was found dead Monday, prompting the postponement of a game with the Texas Rangers, officials said.

Skaggs, 27, was found unresponsive Monday afternoon at a Hilton hotel in Southlake, a Dallas-Fort Worth suburb, police said in a statement.

He was pronounced dead at the scene. foul play is not believed to be a factor at this point, and a police spokesman said suicide “is not suspected,” according to the Los Angeles Times.


Beth Chapman, June 26

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Dog the Bounty Hunter’s wife Beth Chapman has died at the age of 51 as a result of fighting throat cancer.

“It’s 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she would wake up to go hike Koko Head mountain. Only today, she hiked the stairway to heaven,” Dog tweeted. “We all love you, Beth. See you on the other side.”

“Beth is one of the strongest people I’ve ever known, and if anyone can beat this, it’s her,” the family’s agent stated. “No matter what happens, she and the family have placed all of their hope, faith, and trust in God. Other than that, I’d just ask that all of her and Duane’s fans keep Beth and the entire family in their prayers.”


Billy Drago,  June 24

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Billy Drago, an iconic actor,  died at the age of 73 because of complications from a stroke.

He was famous for amazing badass roles in Brian De Palma’s “The Untouchables” and Clint Eastwood’s “Pale Rider.”

Also, Drago appeared in a number of cool movies and TV-series: “Cutter’s Way,” “No Other Love” and “Windwalker,” “Trapper John, M.D.” and “The X-Files.”


Max Wright,  June 26

Source: NBC

Max Wright who portrayed Willie Tanner on “Alf,” died at the age of 75 of battling cancer.

Expect for “Alf”, he appeared in other famous movies and TV-shows: E/R, Cheers, Murder, She Wrote, Quantum Leap and the TV adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand.

Wright was nominated for Tony Awards in 1998.


Desmond ‘Etika’ Amofah,  June 19 

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Amofah went missing a few days ago after the fans got concerned about him sharing a video that was nothing but suicide note.

“You know, I wasn’t suicidal before. I really wasn’t,” the video goes. “But one thing I didn’t realize was that the walls were closing around me so fast. I really had no intention of killing myself, but I always push it too far.”

The New York Police Department had been sharing information about the news that YouTuber had been found dead in a tweet: “We regret to inform that Desmond Amofah aka Etika has been found deceased.”

The Youtuber was just 29 years old.


Judith Krantz, June 22

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Judith Krantz was a bestselling author and columnist that worked on novels such as “Scruples” and “Princess Daisy”. She died at the age of 91 at her home in California of natural causes.

“I strongly suspect that the difficulties I lived through are the elements in my life that finally made me a storyteller,” she wrote in her work “Sex and Shopping: The Confessions of a Nice Jewish Girl” (2000).

“Looked at as a stream in which one thing led to another, the events of my life, and how I coped with them, tell me who I am. And a woman should have a clear idea of who she is.”


Bill Collins,  June 20

Source: The Guardian

Australian film critic Bill Collins died at the age of 84 in his sleep. He was known as “Mr Movies” for working in this industry for 55 years.

He received the Order of Australia Medal, the TV Week Hall of Fame Logie Award and the inaugural ASTRA Award for Lifetime Achievement.

“He had a very particular way of expressing himself,” film expert Margaret Pomeranz said. “He was very forceful and that passion just exuded from the television set.

“He always called it as he saw it. He knew what his taste was and he absolutely went for it. I don’t think there was anyone in my generation who wasn’t affected by him and enthused by him.”


Gloria Vanderbilt, June 17


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Gloria Vanderbilt died Monday morning, according to her son. The fashion designer, artist and socialite was 95.

She died in her Manhattan home with friends and family at her side.

“Gloria Vanderbilt was an extraordinary woman, who loved life, and lived it on her own terms,” Cooper said in a statement. “She was a painter, a writer and designer but also a remarkable mother, wife, and friend.

“She was 95 years old, but ask anyone close to her, and they’d tell you: She was the youngest person they knew – the coolest and most modern.”

Vanderbilt was diagnosed with an advanced form of stomach cancer earlier this month, Cooper said.


Edith González, June 13


Mexican telenovela star Edith Gonzalez died on June 13 at the age of 54.  In 2016, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

“Lorenzo Lazo and the González Fuentes family report the sad death of Mexican actress Edith González de Lazo, whose death was the consequence of a sudden deterioration in health, resulting from a recurrence of cancer that was diagnosed three years ago,” the statement reads.

“She was still active in her theatrical and television work, with the professionalism and passion that always characterized her,” it added.

Gonzalez was famous for her lead role as Monica in the 1993 telenovela “Corazón Salvaje,” “Doña Barbara and “Los ricos tambien lloran.”


Gabriele Grunewald, June 11

Source: AP

Top US middle-distance runner Gabriele Grunewald died at the age of 32 at her home.  “It was one of the most peaceful passings I’ve seen. Everything she did was timed in her own time and perfect,” her husband, Justin Grunewald, told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

In 2009, Grunewald was diagnosed with adenoid cystic carcinoma — a rare form of cancer in the saliva glands. She fought bravely with the disease and inspired people to go through the hard times.

“Though it would take quite an effort to make the final, I don’t think it is impossible,” she once said. “If I feel good, I hope to mix it up. There’s also a chance I feel lousy, in which case I hope I can just enjoy being out on the track as a competitor for a few minutes. Either way, I’ll be happy to be out there.”


Bushwick Bill, June 9

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Hip hop legend Bushwick Bill is dead at 52 after his family said that all reports were false, but it turned out that on June 9th he actually passed away.

“Bushwick Bill passed away peacefully this evening at 9:35 p.m. He was surrounded by his immediate family,” the rapper’s publicist Dawn P. told Rolling Stone.

“There were incorrect previous reports that he had passed away this morning. We are looking into doing a public memorial at a later date. His family appreciates all of the prayers and support and are asking for privacy at this time.”


Linda Collins-Smith, June 4

Source: People

The former Arkansas State Senator Linda Collins-Smith was found dead at her home with a gunshot injury to the head.

Linda Collins-Smith was Republican Senator that represented District 19 and was first elected in 2014.


Lawrence Leathers, June 2

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Grammy-winning musician Lawrence Leathers, 37, was found dead on the first floor of the Bronx apartment building on East 141st Street.

He was famous as a performer at New York’s straight-ahead jazz scene.


Binyavanga Wainaina,  May 21


Kenyan author Binyavanga Wainaina who is famous for contributions to literature and the LGBTQ discourse has died.

“If you look at the website in Kenya of any western embassy, they talk about partnership for development and then you see a lot of school children suffering and then being helped by the ambassador.

“ But they don’t list the companies that are operating here. So it is the question of: What is the full picture?” Wainaina once said.


Niki Lauda, May 20


Three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda has died at the age of 70.

Lauda, who underwent a lung transplant in August, “passed away peacefully” on Monday, his family said.

The legendary Austrian, one of the best-known figures in motor racing, took the title for Ferrari in 1975 and 1977 and McLaren in 1984.

For many, he will be remembered for his remarkable recovery and return to racing after being badly burned in a crash in the 1976 German Grand Prix.

Ashley Massaro, May 16

Source: Twitter

Former WWE star Ashley Massaro has died at the age of 39, the cause of death is still unknown but it’s “non-criminal cause”.

Ashley was a part of the WWE in 2005 after winning its Raw Diva Search.

“I have no words. Ashley was my tag partner at Wrestlemania. My sometimes road wife. We did countless photo shoots and press days together. It seems like yesterday Ashley was a major part of my life and then our worlds changed and now she is gone. Im heartbroken for her family,” Maria Kanellis, a wrestler, said.


I M Pei, May 16

Source: Twitter

I M Pei, the architect that built the glass pyramid outside the Louvre in Paris, has died aged 102.

In his 80s, he created the main work of his life – the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.

“I believe that architecture is a pragmatic art. To become art it must be built on a foundation of necessity,” he once mentioned.


Tim Conway, May 14


Source: Twitter

The comedian Tim Conway, best known for his Emmy-winning performances on The Carol Burnett Show, has died in Los Angeles.

“Hysterical, crazy, bold, fearless, humble, kind, adorable… all synonyms for Tim Conway,” Vicki Lawrence said in a statement. “I am so lucky to ever have shared a stage with him. Harvey and Tim are together again…the angels are laughing out loud tonight.”

“I’m heartbroken. He was one in a million, not only as a brilliant comedian but as a loving human being,” Burnett said to CNN. “I cherish the times we had together both on the screen and off. He’ll be in my heart forever.”

Doris Day, May 13

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Hollywood legend Doris Day, whose films made her one of the biggest female stars of all time, has died aged 97.

The singer turned actress acted in such films as Calamity Jane and Pillow Talk and had a hit in 1956 with Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be).

In a statement, the Doris Day Animal Foundation said she died on Monday at her home in Carmel Valley, California. It said she had been “in excellent physical health for her age, until recently contracting a serious case of pneumonia”.

Mina Mangal, May 11

Source: EPA

Mina Mangal was an Afghan journalist and parliamentary adviser. She worked as a television presenter for popular Pashto-language channels before entering politics.

Also, Mina had recently become a cultural commission of the Afghan parliament.

Mina has been murdered in broad daylight Saturday morning in southeast Kabul, CNN reports. The police stated that the killers managed to escape the scene.

Harold Lederman, May 11

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Boxing judge and HBO’s longtime unofficial scorekeeper Harold Lederman has died after a battle with cancer.

HBO Sports’ executive VP, Peter Nelson stated “Harold Lederman had a lifelong love affair with the sport of boxing. Over the past 50 years he was universally respected and celebrated by the many people who make the sport what it is. Harold was happiest when seated ringside, studying the action and scoring the fight.”

Peggy Lipton, May 11

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 Peggy Lipton, known for “The Mod Squad” and “Twin Peaks,” died of cancer at the age 72.

Lipton was one of Quincy Jones’ ex-wives and mother to actress Rashida Jones.

“We are heartbroken that our beloved mother passed away from cancer today,” her family said. “She made her journey peacefully with her daughters and nieces by her side. We feel so lucky for every moment we spent with her. We can’t put all of our feelings into words right now but we will say: Peggy was, and will always be our beacon of light, both in this world and beyond. She will always be a part of us.”

Peter Mayhew, April 30


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Peter Mayhew, the actor who played Chewbacca in the Star Wars films, died Tuesday, his family said. He was 74.

The cause of Mayhew’s death was not immediately announced. The 7-foot-2-inch actor had mobility issues in recent years and in 2018 underwent spinal surgery.

Mayhew originated the role of Chewbacca, the Wookiee copilot of the Millennium Falcon, in the original Star Wars trilogy and returned for Episode III — Revenge of the Sith and The Force Awakens.

John Singleton,  April 29

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John Singleton suffered a massive stroke and died at the age of 51. He was famous for directing Boyz n the Hood (1991),  Poetic Justice (1993), Higher Learning (1995), and Baby Boy (2001),  2 Fast 2 Furious (2003), and Four Brothers (2005).

“This was an agonizing decision, one that our family made, over a number of days, with the careful counsel of John’s doctors,” the family said in a statement released to NPR, ” he passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family and friends.”

“John Singleton is a prolific, ground-breaking director,” they said, “who changed the game and opened doors in Hollywood, a world that was just a few miles away, yet worlds away, from the neighborhood in which he grew up.”


Stefanie Sherk,  April 20

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Canadian model Stefanie Sherk died at the age of just 37.

Her husband, actor  Demian Bichir, hasn’t noted the cause of the death but wrote an official statement.

‘Dear friends, On behalf of the Sherk and the Bichir Nájera families, it is with inconceivable pain that I announce that on April 20, 2019, our dearest Stefanie Sherk, my beloved and loving wife, passed away peacefully.’

‘It has been the saddest and toughest time of our lives and we don’t know how much time it will take for us to overcome this pain,’ he added. 


Mark Medoff, April 23 

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Mark Medoff, the American playwright, has died at the age of 79. His daughter confirmed his death via Facebook.

Medoff is best known for the Tony Award-winning play Children of a Lesser God. It was turned into a 1986 movie that won an Oscar for its female lead, Marlee Matlin.

“He insisted and fought the studio that the role be played by a deaf actor; I would not be here as an Oscar winner if it weren’t for him,” activist Marlee Matlin tweeted in tribute. “RIP Dear Mark.”


Seymour Cassel, April 7

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Seymour Cassel, best known for his work in John Cassavetes and Wes Anderson films (“Rushmore”, “The Royal Tenenbaums” and “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.”), passed away at the age of 84 on Monday.

Also, he received an Academy Award nomination for “Faces”

Cassel died Sunday in Los Angeles of Alzheimer’s disease.


Nipsey Hussle, March 31

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Nipsey Hussle, 33, was shot outside his clothing store in Los Angeles. He was Grammy-nominated rapper.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Crisis Response Team confirmed the death of the rapper: “Today we lost a great musician, Nipsey Hussle. Our Mayor’s Crises Response Team has responded to this tragedy. We are now consoling and offering support to the family.

“Our prayers are with them and all those who knew and loved Nipsey Hussle.”


Ranking Roger, March 26


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British singer Roger Charlery, known as Ranking Roger, has died aged 56.

Charlery had suffered a stroke last summer and was reported to have been diagnosed with two brain tumors and lung cancer in recent months.

A statement from the band said: “He fought & fought & fought, Roger was a fighter. Sadly Roger past away a few hours ago peacefully at his home surrounded by family.
Roger’s family would like to thank everyone for their constant support during this tough time. More to follow in the coming days. RIP ROGER! ❤️”


Scott Walker, March 25

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Scott Walker, one of the most famous persons in rock history, has died at the age of 76.

He was the part of The Walker Brothers and famous for songs ‘The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore’ and ‘Make It Easy On Yourself.’

“Walker’s work, as Joyce’s before it, is a complex synaesthesia of thought, feeling, the doings of the physical world and the weight of foreign objects slowly ground together down into diamond.  It is Pinter-esque in its menace but never shies from naked emotion… This is work that does not speak of danger, it feels like it,” Eimear McBride wrote.


Larry Cohen, March 23

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Larry Cohen, best known for horror movie writer-director has died at the age of 77.

His most famous works include  ‘It’s Alive,’ ‘Hell Up in Harlem,’ ‘God Told Me To’, ‘Black Caesar’.

“The entire #KingCohen team mourns the loss of its star, hero and King, #LarryCohen,” Cohen’s friend, actor and publicist Shade Rupe wrote in the post. “His unparalleled talents were surpassed only by his giant heart. The impact he made on television and cinema will be felt forever, and our deepest condolences go out to his family, friends and fans.”


Cliff Dixon, March 21


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Cliff Dixon, the basketball player, was fatally shot outside of an Atlanta bar, where he was celebrating his 32nd birthday.

The former professional basketball player was close to Warriors superstar Kevin Durant, who referred to Dixon as his “adopted brother.”

Durant’s mother Wanda expressed her condolences on Twitter:

“The Durant family extends our deepest condolences & prayers to Cliff’s mother, siblings, family & friends. Our family was an extension of his & we shared wonderful memories.

“His transition is an incredible loss for all of us who loved him, he will be missed dearly Cliff Dixon RIP.”


Charlie Whiting, March 14

Source: Twitter

Formula 1  director Charlie Whiting died at the age of 66 before the start of the new season on March 14. He suffered a pulmonary embolism in Melbourne on Thursday morning – just three days before the first race of the 2019 season.

“It is with immense sadness that I learned of Charlie’s passing,” said FIA president Jean Todt.

“Charlie Whiting was a great race director, a central and inimitable figure in Formula 1 who embodied the ethics and spirit of this fantastic sport.

“Formula 1 has lost a faithful friend and a charismatic ambassador in Charlie. All my thoughts, those of the FIA and entire motor sport community go out to his family, friends, and all Formula 1 lovers.”


Kelly Catlin,  March 10

Source: Twitter

Olympic cyclist Kelly Catlin died March 10 at the age of 23. She was the student of the University of Minnesota and Olympic athlete.

Catlin’s brother, Colin, said on Facebook that Kelly took her life, “My sister Kelly committed suicide last night. She’s the one person I had shared almost my. entire life with, and I shall miss her terribly. I’ll post updates as needed.”

“Kelly was more than an athlete to us, and she will always be part of the USA Cycling family,” Rob DeMartini, USA Cycling president and CEO, said in a statement. “The entire cycling community is mourning this immense loss. We are offering continuous support to Kelly’s teammates, coaches and staff.”


Luke Perry, March 4

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Luke Perry, was taken to hospital on Wednesday in Los Angeles as he suffered a massive stroke while he had been shooting scenes for Riverdale at the Warner Bros film lot.

At Perry’s bedside were his children, Jake and Sophie; fiancée Wendy Madison Bauer and his former wife, Minnie Sharp when he passed away.

His real name is Coy Luther Perry III and he was famous for the role of Dylan McKay on Beverly Hills, 90210.

Before Luke got this role, he was laying down asphalt in parking lots. Fox wanted this character off the show, however, the show’s executive producer, Aaron Spelling, helped Perry to stay.

And the younger generation will remember him as  Archie’s father from Riverdale.


Keith Flint, March 4

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The singer of the famous band The Prodigy, Keith Flint, has died, aged 49. Keith Flint was found unconscious and the East of England Ambulance services were called and sent to the house but Flint was pronounced dead.

Later, The Prodigy official profile on Instagram wrote an emotional tribute stating that the cause of death is suicide: “The news is true, I can’t believe I’m saying this but our brother Keith took his own life over the weekend,”

“I’m shell shocked, f**kin angry, confused and heart broken….. r.i.p brother Liam”

Keith Flint one time mentioned that his depression and the heavy use of drugs and alcohol might have bad results.


Peter Tork, February 21


Source: AP

Peter Tork, the bassist and wise-cracking character in the 1960s teen-pop sensation the Monkees, died February 21 at the age of 77.

His death was announced on his official Facebook page and website. “Peter succumbed to a 10-year bout with adenoid cystic carcinoma, a rare cancer of the salivary glands,” it read.

Tork’s sister Anne Thorkelson did not specify a cause of death, although the guitarist had been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer a decade ago.

Tork wrote a blog piece for the Post about his diagnosis with adenoid cystic carcinoma after beginning treatment in 2009. Through most of the 10 years since, he had been able to resume an active musical life, participating in Monkees reunion shows as recently as 2016, and recording his own solo blues albums, the last of which, “Relax Your Mind,” a Lead Belly tribute, came out in early 2018.

The Monkees were a made-for-TV musical group whose comedic high jinks and misadventures were fashioned after the Beatles’ classic films A Hard Day’s Night and Help!


Karl Lagerfeld, February 19


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Chanel fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld, has died at age 85. The German-born designer had been suffering from pancreatic cancer, and died after being rushed to a hospital, a source said. The designer had been unwell for several weeks and had missed a number of fashion shows.

His decision to helm Chanel, founded by Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, turned him into one of the most celebrated fashion designers of the 20th century.

Sporting dark suits, white, pony-tailed hair and tinted sunglasses in his later years that made him instantly recognizable, even outside the court of haute couture.


Albert Finney, February 7


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British actor Albert Finney, known for his starring roles on “Tom Jones,” “Erin Brockovich,” and the James Bond thriller “Skyfall,” has died at age 82.

The actor’s family confirmed Finney’s death to the Associated Press on Friday morning saying he “passed away peacefully after a short illness with those closest to him by his side.”

Finney was a rare star who managed to avoid the Hollywood limelight for more than five decades after bursting to international fame in 1963 in the title role of “Tom Jones.”

He was a five-time Oscar nominee who began his career at the Royal Shakespeare Company before making his mark in film. He was the recipient of two Bafta Awards from 13 nominations and received a British Academy Fellowship in 2001.


James Ingram, January 29


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James Ingram has died at the age of 66 of brain cancer. The Grammy-winner and Oscar-nominee had two US number ones, with the smooth soul ballads Baby Come To Me (1986) and I Don’t Have The Heart(1990).

He also co-wrote Michael Jackson’s PYT with Quincy Jones.

Grey’s Anatomy actress and friend Debbie Allen announced his death on Twitter, saying she was “blessed to have been so close” to him.


Emiliano Sala, January 21

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A body of Cardiff striker Emiliano Sala was found in the wreckage of the Piper Malibu plane that was carrying him and the pilot, David Ibbotson.

Emiliano Sala underwent £15million move to Cardiff and left Nantes for the Welsh capital, when the plane went missing over the English Channel on January 21.

Only on February 3, the place was located and the body pf Emiliano Sala was found.

“Wreckage of the plane carrying Emiliano Sala and piloted by David Ibbotson was located early this morning,” marine scientist David Mearns, who directed the search, said on Twitter.


Kevin Fret, January 10

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Kevin Fret, a 24-year-old unabashedly, openly gay Latin trap artist, was born in Puerto Rico. He has an Instagram following of 107k.

He released a debut single “Soy Asi” with a music video that gained 652k views. The rapper appears in it as a super-glam singer with glossed lips and stylish outfits.

He once was attacked because of his sexuality, and arrested after he threw a metal bottle at the man because of these attacks.

Kevin Fret was shot dead in the capital San Juan, the local media says.

Fret was shot at eight times while riding a motorcycle, getting hit in the head and hip.


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Blade Runner Actor Rutger Hauer and 43 Celebs Died in 2019 and We Are Missing Them Much
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