Stars we've lost in 2020

  • Image 1 of 163

    Brandis Kemp, a veteran actress and comedian known for roles on the old ABC late-night show “Fridays” and the short-lived “MASH” spin-off “AfterMASH,” died in July at age 76. (Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)

  • Image 2 of 163

    Sebastián Athié, star of Disney Channel Latin America’s "O11CE," died in July at the age of 24 of a ‘sudden heart attack,’ according to his representatives. (Disney Channel Latin America)

  • Image 3 of 163

    Country Music legend Charlie Daniels, best known for his monster 1979 hit “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” died in July of a hemorrhagic stroke. He was 83. (Erick Anderson)

  • Image 4 of 163

    Tony Award-nominated actor Nick Cordero, 41, died in July after a battle with the coronavirus that stretched for months. (Paul Archuleta/Getty Images)

  • Image 5 of 163

    Earl Cameron, a trailblazing actor known for appearing in the James Bond movie "Thunderball," died at age102 in July. (Anthony Devlin/PA via AP, file)

  • Image 6 of 163

    Byron "Reckful" Bernstein, a popular Twitch streamer and "World of Warcraft” gamer, died in July of an apparent suicide. He was 31. (Twitter)

  • Image 7 of 163

    Danny Hicks, best known for his role in "Evil Dead II," died in July following a battle with cancer. He was 68. (Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images)

  • Image 8 of 163

    Johnny Mandel, the Oscar- and Grammy-winning songwriter of “The Shadow of Your Smile,” “Emily” and the theme from “M*A*S*H,” died in June. He was 94. (Gary Gershoff/Getty Images for Songwriter’s Hall of Fame)

  • Image 9 of 163

    Legendary actor, director and producer Carl Reiner, best known for his work on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” died in June at age 98. (Getty Images)

  • Image 10 of 163

    Linda Cristal, the fiery and humble Argentine-born actress who became a star and pioneer for minority and women performers after fleeing to the U.S. as a child, died in June. She was 89. (NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

  • Image 11 of 163

    Benny Mardones, the musician best known for his 1980 smash hit “Into the Night,” died in June after a 20-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 73. (Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

  • Image 12 of 163

    Charles Webb, a lifelong non-conformist whose debut novel “The Graduate” was a deadpan satire of his college education and wealthy background adapted into the classic film of the same name died in June. He was 81. (Getty Images)

  • Image 13 of 163

    TikTok star Siya Kakkar, who rose to fame on the app for her artistic talents and dancing, died by suicide in June. She was reportedly 16. (Siya Kakkar Facebook)

  • Image 14 of 163

    Rapper Huey, best known for the track “Pop, Lock & Drop It,” was fatally shot outside a home in Missouri in June. He was 32. (Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

  • Image 15 of 163

    Joe Sinnott, the veteran comic book artist best recognized for his work with Jack Kirby on the “The Fantastic Four” in the 1960s, died in June. He was 93. (Facebook)

  • Image 16 of 163

    Steve Bing, longtime film producer, financier and ex-husband of Elizabeth Hurley died after falling from his Los Angeles apartment building in June. (Jason Merritt/FilmMagic)

  • Image 17 of 163

    Joel Schumacher, the Hollywood director behind two "Batman" films, as well as "The Lost Boys," "St. Elmo’s Fire" and "Falling Down," died in New York City in June morning following a year-long battle with cancer. He was 80. (AP Photo/Peter Kramer, File)

  • Image 18 of 163

    Rapper Tray Savage is dead after he was shot and killed in Chicago in June. He was 26. (Instagram)

  • Image 19 of 163

    Ian Holm, the legendary actor who brought Bilbo Baggins to life in “The Lord of the Rings” movies, died in June in London at age 88 due to issues related to Parkinson’s disease. (Jon Furniss/WireImage)

  • Image 20 of 163

    K-pop star Yohan, a popular member of the boy band TST, died in June at age 28. (Instagram)

  • Image 21 of 163

    Ricky Valance, whose controversial song "Tell Laura I Love Her" was briefly banned by the BBC, died in June at age 84 after a long battle with dementia. (Photo by Richi Howell/Redferns))

  • Image 22 of 163

    Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai home in June at age 34. (Prodip Guha/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

  • Image 23 of 163

    Actor Mel Winkler — known for his work alongside Denzel Washington in “Devil in a New Dress,” as well as the films “Doc Hollywood” and “Coach Carter" — died at age 78 in June. (Joe Scarnici/WireImage)

  • Image 24 of 163

    Jas Waters, known for her work writing for TV shows such as "This Is Us" and "Kidding," died by suicide in June. (Facebook)

  • Image 25 of 163

    Spanish artist Pau Dones, the lead singer of the popular rock band Jarabe de Palo, known for hits like “La Flaca,” “Depende,” “Agua” and “Bonito,” died in Spain at age 53 in June after a battle with cancer. (Angel Manzano/Redferns)

  • Image 26 of 163

    Bonnie Pointer, known as one of the original Pointer Sisters died at age 69 in June due to cardiac arrest. (Photo courtesy of Neal Public Relations)

  • Image 27 of 163

    Steve Priest, founding member of and bassist in the British rock band The Sweet died at age 72 in June. His wife, Maureen, confirmed the news that he had pneumonia. (Photo by Dick Barnatt/Redferns)

  • Image 28 of 163

    Actress Mary Pat Gleason, known for her role in “Mom” died in June after being in hospice care with cancer for several months. (Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images)

  • Image 29 of 163

    Chris Trousdale, who was a member of the boy band Dream Street died at age 34 in June. (Photo by Maury Phillips/WireImage)

  • Image 30 of 163

    Peggy Pope, who played a secretary in the 1980 movie "9 to 5," appeared in dozens of TV series and acted on Broadway, died in May. She was 91. Her family said Pope died May 27 in Fort Collins, CO, but did not give a cause of death. (Photo by JACKIE SNOW/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

  • Image 31 of 163

    Joey Image, a former drummer for the rock band The Misfits, died in May. He was 63. The punk band’s Twitter account confirmed the death writing: “"RIP Joey Image, March 5, 1957 – June 1, 2020. Misfits drummer 78 – 79. Appears on the Misfits classic ‘Horror Business’ & ‘Night of the Living Dead’ 7-inches. Seen here on drums with the Misfits live at Irving Plaza Halloween night 1979 in NYC. #themisfits #ripjoeyimage." (Joey Image/Facebook)

  • Image 32 of 163

    Bob Kulick — a guitarist known for performing with KISS, Lou Reed and Meat Loaf, died at age 70 in May. (Photo by Gabe Ginsberg/FilmMagic)

  • Image 33 of 163

    Actor Anthony James, who starred in the films "Unforgiven" and "In the Heat of the Night," died of cancer in May. He was 77. (Warner Bros)

  • Image 34 of 163

    Larry Kramer, the famed playwright and AIDS activist, died in May in Manhattan. He was 84. (Donald Traill/Invision/AP, File)

  • Image 35 of 163

    Richard Herd, best known for his role on "Seinfeld," died at age 87 in May. (Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

  • Image 36 of 163

    Japanese professional wrestler and Netflix star Hana Kimura died in May at age 22. (Etsuo Hara/Getty Images)

  • Image 37 of 163

    Actor Hagen Mills, known for his role in “baskets,” died after allegedly attempting to carry out a murder-suicide in Kentucky. He was 29. (Getty)

  • Image 38 of 163

    John Patrick Mahon, a director and actor known for his roles in “L.A. Confidential” and “Zodiac,” died of natural causes in his home in Los Angeles, Calif., on May 3. He was 82. (Warner Bros.)

  • Image 39 of 163

    Former WWE pro wrestler Shad Gaspard was found dead after going missing while swimming in Los Angeles with his son in May. He was 39. (Gaspard Family)

  • Image 40 of 163

    Gregory Tyree Boyce, an actor known for appearing in "Twilight,” died at age 30 in May. (Vivien Killilea/Getty Images)

  • Image 41 of 163

    Ken Osmond, who was best known for his role as Eddie Haskell on the comedy series “Leave It to Beaver,” died in his Los Angeles home in May at age 76. (Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)

  • Image 42 of 163

    Lynn Shelton, a director known for her recent work on "Little Fires Everywhere," died at the age of 54 in May due to a “previously unidentified blood disorder.” (Danny Moloshok/Invision/AP, File)

  • Image 43 of 163

    Fred Willard, the beloved star with a long list of acting credits including “Best in Show,” “The Spinal Tap” and “Everybody Loves Raymond,” died of natural causes in May at age 86. (Richard Cartwright/ABC via Getty Images)

  • Image 44 of 163

    Phyllis George, the former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer on CBS’s “The NFL Today” and served as the first lady of Kentucky, died in May. She was 70. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin, File)

  • Image 45 of 163

    "Trading Spaces" designer Frank Bielec died in May at age 72 one day after suffering a heart attack. (Amanda Edwards/Getty Images for Discovery)

  • Image 46 of 163

    Astrid Kirchherr, a German-born photographer who captured some of the earliest images of the Beatles, died in May. She was 81. (Max Scheler – K & K/Redferns)

  • Image 47 of 163

    Corey La Barrie, known for his presence on the video-sharing platform YouTube, died in May at the age of 25 after being involved in a car accident. (Corey La Barrie/Youtube)

  • Image 48 of 163

    Up and coming rapper Nick Blixky, whose real name was Nickalus Thompson, died at age 21 in New York City after a shooting in May. (Instagram)

  • Image 49 of 163

    Paul L. Vasquez, who shot to fame after a video of his emotional and awestruck reaction to seeing a double rainbow went viral in 2010, died in May at age 57. (Instagram)

  • Image 50 of 163

    Betty Wright, a Grammy-winning soul singer and songwriter known for influential hits such as "Clean Up Woman" and "Where is the Love," died at age 66 at her home in Miami in May after a battle with cancer. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

  • Image 51 of 163

    Jerry Stiller, the comedian who was best known for his roles on "Seinfeld" and "The King of Queens," died of natural causes, Ben Stiller, his son, announced in May. He was 92. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff, File)

  • Image 52 of 163

    Little Richard, the rock legend best known for the hits "Tutti Frutti" and "Good Golly Miss Molly," died in May. He was 87. (Paul Morigi/WireImage)

  • Image 53 of 163

    Roy Horn, who found fame as one half of the Siegfried & Roy duo of Las Vegas-based magicians, died at age 75 in May due to complications from the coronavirus. (Getty)

  • Image 54 of 163

    Barry Farber, a longtime conservative radio host in New York City, died of natural causes in May, a day after turning 90. (AP Photo/Dan Grossi, File)

  • Image 55 of 163

    Bad Company vocalist Brian Anthony Howe died in May at age 66 after suffering from cardiac arrest at his home in Florida. (Barry Brecheisen/Getty Images for Pollstar)

  • Image 56 of 163

    Rosalind Elias, an American mezzo-soprano who created roles in a pair of Samuel Barber world premieres and made her Broadway debut at 81, died in May at age 90 due to congestive heart failure. (AP Photo/Ray Howard, File)

  • Image 57 of 163

    Dave Greenfield, the keyboardist for British punk band The Stranglers, died at age 71 in May due to complications from the coronavirus. (Getty)

  • Image 58 of 163

    Country singer and songwriter Cady Groves, known for hits like “This Little Girl” and “Oil and Water,” died in May at age 30. (Facebook)

  • Image 59 of 163

    Sam Lloyd, best known for portraying lawyer Ted Buckland on the sitcom "Scrubs" died at age 56 due to complications from lung cancer in May. (Mitch Haaseth/ABC via Getty Images)

  • Image 60 of 163

    Top Indian actor Rishi Kapoor, a scion of Bollywood’s famous Kapoor family, died in April at age 67 after a battle with leukemia. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool, File)

  • Image 61 of 163

    Irrfan Khan, an Indian actor who appeared in the Oscar-winning movie “Slumdog Millionaire” in 2008 as well as many other films in India, Britain and the U.S., died in April at a Mumbai hospital. He was 53. (REUTERS/Fred Prouser)

  • Image 62 of 163

    Grammy-nominated Gospel singer Troy Sneed died in April from complications related to the coronavirus. He was 52. (Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

  • Image 63 of 163

    "Little Women: Atlanta" star Ashley "Minnie" Ross died in April following a hit-and-run car accident she was involved in. She was 34. (Lifetime)

  • Image 64 of 163

    Harold Reid, who sang bass for the Grammy-winning country group the Statler Brothers, died after a long battle with kidney failure in April. He was 80. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)

  • Image 65 of 163

    Actor Dimitri Diatchenko, who was known for his role in “Chernobyl Diaries,” died at age 52 in April. (Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images)

  • Image 66 of 163

    Fred the Godson, a rapper from New York City whose real name is Fredrick Thomas, died due to complications from battling the coronavirus in April. He was 35. (Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

  • Image 67 of 163

    Derek Jones, the guitarist who co-founded the punk-pop band Falling in Reverse, died in April at age 35.Jones served as the lead guitarist for A Smile From the Trenches before expanding to form Falling in Reverse and maintained roles with both bands until venturing out in 2010. (Getty)

  • Image 68 of 163

    Shirley Knight, a Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress died of natural causes in April at age 83. (AP Photo/Peter Kramer, File)

  • Image 69 of 163

    Former Playboy Playmate who won the title of Miss March in 2011, Ashley Mattingly, died in April at age 33. (John Sciulli/WireImage)

  • Image 70 of 163

    Tom Lester, a devoted evangelist who starred as friendly farmhand Eb Dawson on the ‘60s series “Green Acres,” died in April at 81. (CBS via Getty Images)

  • Image 71 of 163

    Ranjit Chowdhry, best known for playing Vikram on the sitcom “The Office,” died in April at 64. (Leonard Adam/WireImage)

  • Image 72 of 163

    YouTube star Steve Cash, known for popular “Talking Kitty” videos, took his own life in April at age 40. (Youtube @ Talking Kitty Cat)

  • Image 73 of 163

    Allen Daviau, an Oscar-nominated cinematographer who shot three of Steven Spielberg’s films including “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial,” died in April at age 77. (AP Photo/Julie Markes)

  • Image 74 of 163

    WWE Hall of Famer Howard Finkel, known by many as “The Fink,” died at age 69 in April. (Getty)

  • Image 75 of 163

    Veteran actor Brian Dennehy, known for roles in "Rambo: First Blood," "Tommy Boy" and "To Catch A Killer," died in April at age 81. (John Lamparski/WireImage)

  • Image 76 of 163

    Danny Goldman, the actor who voiced Brainy Smurf and played the persistent medical student whose prying questions drove Gene Wilder’s irate doctor to stab his own leg with a scalpel in the opening scene of Young Frankenstein, died Sunday at his home in Los Angeles from complications of two recent strokes. He was 80. ("Young Frankenstein," 20th Century Fox)

  • Image 77 of 163

    Hilary Heath, a former horror film star and producer, died in April from complications related to coronavirus. She was 74. (British Film Productions)

  • Image 78 of 163

    Timothy Brown, a former NFL running back who later appeared in both the film and TV versions of “M*A*S*H,” died April 4 from complications with dementia. He was 82. (CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images)

  • Image 79 of 163

    Rapper Chyna Rogers died at age 25 in April. The musician and model whose stage name was "Chynna" died at her Philadelphia, Pa. home, her manager John Miller confirmed in a statement to Fox News. (Nicky Digital/http://NickyDigital.com/Corbis via Getty Images)

  • Image 80 of 163

    Thomas L. Miller, prolific Hollywood and Broadway producer, died in April at the age of 79 due to complications from heart disease. Miller died Sunday in Salisbury, Connecticut, from complications of heart disease, a spokeswoman for Miller’s family said Wednesday. (Frank Carroll/NBCU Photo Bank via AP) (AP)

  • Image 81 of 163

    Comedian Vic Henley, a legendary performer within the New York comedy circuit, died in April after a pulmonary embolism. He was 57. (Taylor Hill/Getty Images)

  • Image 82 of 163

    Actor Allen Garfield, known for his roles in films like “The Conversation,” “The Candidate,” “The Stunt Man” and “Nashville,” died at age 80 in April due to complications from the coronavirus. (Ron Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images)

  • Image 83 of 163

    John Prine, one of the most influential artists in folk and country music, died in April at age 73 following a battle with coronavirus, according to his family. (Getty Images)

  • Image 84 of 163

    Fox News confirmed that film and TV music producer Hal Willner died in April at 64 years old. (Ebet Roberts/Redferns)

  • Image 85 of 163

    James Drury — the star of the Western series, "The Virginian" — died in April of natural causes. He was 85. (Silver Screen Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

  • Image 86 of 163

    Honor Blackman, the actress best known as Pussy Galore in the 1964 James Bond film “Goldfinger,” died in April at age 94 due to natural causes in her southeastern England town of Lewes. (Rosie Greenway/Getty Images)

  • Image 87 of 163

    James King, who appeared on the TLC reality series “My 600-lb Life,” died in a Nashville hospital on April 3 at age 49. (TLC)

  • Image 88 of 163

    Lee Fierro, the actress recognized from portraying Jeffrey Voorhees’ mother Mrs. Kinter in 1975’s “Jaws,” as well as its 1987 sequel, died in April due to complications form the coronavirus. She was 91. (Universal Pictures)

  • Image 89 of 163

    Forrest Compton, the actor who played Co. Edward Gray on “Gomer Pyle, USMC” and Mike Karr in “The Edge of Night,” died in April. He was 94. ((Photo by Walt Disney Television via Getty Images))

  • Image 90 of 163

    Actor Jay Benedict, known for his roles in “Aliens” and “The Dark Knight Rises,” died in April at age 68 due to complications from COVID-19. (Ferdaus Shamim/WireImage)

  • Image 91 of 163

    Canadian actress and activist Shirley Douglas, known for her work alongside acclaimed directors such as Stanley Kubrick ("Lolita"), David Cronenberg ("Dead Ringers") and winning a Gemini Award for her performance in the 1999 TV film “Shadow Lake,” died in April at age 86. (Colin McConnell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

  • Image 92 of 163

    Patricia Bosworth, an actress who once starred alongside Audrey Hepburn and later wrote biographies on several stars including Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift, died in April from complications of the coronavirus. She was 86. (AP Photo/Marty Reichenthal, FILE)

  • Image 93 of 163

    Logan Williams, the young face of Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen in the popular CW series “The Flash,” died in April. (Instagram)

  • Image 94 of 163

    Bill Withers, known for writing and singing enduring hit songs from the 1970s such as "Lean on Me," "Lovely Day" and "Ain’t No Sunshine," died from heart complications at age 81 in April. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)

  • Image 95 of 163

    Julie Bennett, known as the voice of Cindy Bear in "The Yogi Bear Show," died in April at the age of 88 from coronavirus complications, her talent agent Mark Scroggs confirmed to Fox News. (Image provided by Mark Scroggs)

  • Image 96 of 163

    Emmy and Grammy-winning musician and songwriter Adam Schlesinger who was also known for his work on the TV show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” died in April following a battle with the coronavirus. (Mireya Acierto/Getty Images)

  • Image 97 of 163

    Andrew Jack, known for his work as a dialect coach on "Lord of the Rings" and as an actor on "Star Wars," died just outside London in April from complications due to the novel coronavirus. He was 76. (Lucasfilm)

  • Image 98 of 163

    David Schramm, an actor known for his prolific work in theater as well as his role on the NBC sitcom “Wings,” died in March at age 73. (Monty Brinton/NBCU Photo Bank)

  • Image 99 of 163

    Alan Merrill, known for co-writing the Joan Jett hit song "I Love Rock and Roll," died on March 29 in New York due to complications from the coronavirus. He was 69. (Neil H Kitson/Redferns)

  • Image 100 of 163

    Grammy-winning country star Joe Diffie died in March at the age of 61 following a battle with coronavirus. (Jason Kempin/Getty Images for ACM)

  • Image 101 of 163

    Jan Howard, a country icon and Grand Ole Opry member of 49 years, died in March at age 91 in Gallatin, Tenn (GAB Archive/Redferns)

  • Image 102 of 163

    John Callahan, best known for his role on "All My Children," died in March after suffering a massive stroke at his Palm Desert, Calif. Home at age 66. (Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for Palm Springs International Film Festival)

  • Image 103 of 163

    Actor Mark Blum, known for his work in theater as well as in films “Desperately Seeking Susan,” “Crocodile Dundee” and the Netflix series “You,” died at age 69 in March due to complications from the coronavirus. (Andrew Toth/Getty Images)

  • Image 104 of 163

    Bill Rieflin, a remarkably versatile drummer whose work over the past 30 years spanned Ministry, R.E.M., Nine Inch Nails and King Crimson, among many others, died in March after a battle with cancer, according to friends and social media posts from several artists he performed with. He was 59. (Getty)

  • Image 105 of 163

    Manu Dibango, who fused African rhythms with funk to become one of the most influential musicians in world dance music, died in March due to the coronvirus, according to his music publisher. He was 86. (AP)

  • Image 106 of 163

    Kenny Rogers, a longtime star of country music known for hits such as “The Gambler,” “Lady,” “Island in the Stream” and “Lucille,” died in March in Shady Springs, Ga. of natural causes at age 81. (Reuters)

  • Image 107 of 163

    Stuart Whitman, the Oscar-nominated star of "The Mark," died of natural causes in Montecito, Calif. In March at age 92. (Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)

  • Image 108 of 163

    Lyle Waggoner, known for his work on "The Carol Burnett Show" and "Wonder Woman," died in March at the age of 84 after a lengthy battle with cancer. (Bobby Bank/Getty Images)

  • Image 109 of 163

    Suzy Delair, a French actress who found fame in the ‘40s and ‘50s, died in March at age 102 in a Paris retirement home. Born Suzette Delaire in France on New Year’s Eve in 1917, the chanteuse made her mark in cabaret and music halls. (Majestic-Film/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

  • Image 110 of 163

    Lorenzo Brino, former child actor known for his role on the TV series “7th Heaven” died on March 9 after being involved in a fatal car accident. (Twitter)

  • Image 111 of 163

    Acclaimed actor from ‘The Exorcist’ ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Game of Thrones,’ Max von Sydow, died at age 90. Representatives for the star confirmed to Fox News that he died on Sunday, March 8, 2020, but did not comment on any official cause of death. (Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Dodge)

  • Image 112 of 163

    Nicholas Tucci, known for starring in the cult horror film ‘You’re Next,’ died following a ‘private’ illness, his family said in March. He was 38. (Jerod Harris/WireImage)

  • Image 113 of 163

    Danny Tidwell a renowned dancer who was the runner-up of Season 3 of the reality competition series ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ in 2007, died at age 35 in March. (Chris Ryan/Corbis via Getty Images)

  • Image 114 of 163

    Roscoe Born, known for his roles in soap operas including "The Young and the Restless," "One Life to Live" and "Days of Our Lives," died in March at age 69. (Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images)

  • Image 115 of 163

    James Lipton, the revered executive producer, writer and longtime host of "Inside the Actors Studio" died on in March at his New York City home. During his time he interviewed the likes of Morgan Freeman, Sean Penn, Betty White, Ben Affleck, Al Pacino, Halle Berry, Ron Howard, Anthony Hopkins, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Faye Dunaway, just to name a few. (Reuters)

  • Image 116 of 163

    Claudette Nevins, known for roles on Broadway and in films such as "Sleeping with the Enemy," died in February at the age of 82. (Getty)

  • Image 117 of 163

    Lee Phillip Bell, the co-creator of "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful," died at age 91 of natural causes in February. (Tara Ziemba/Getty Images)

  • Image 118 of 163

    Ben Cooper, a Western film actor most famous for his role as the bandit Turkey Ralston in “Johnny Guitar” and numerous other projects for the big and small screens, died in February at age 86. (John Springer Collection/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)

  • Image 119 of 163

    David Roback, the founding member of popular bands such as Mazzy Star, Opal and Rain Parade died at age 61 in February. (Lloyd Bishop/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

  • Image 120 of 163

    Diana Serra Cary, the child silent film star known by the nickname Baby Peggy, died in February in Gustine, Calif. She was 101. (Jason Merritt/WireImage)

  • Image 121 of 163

    B. Smith, known for her modeling career and her television program "B. Smith With Style," died at age 70 in February after fighting early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. (AP)

  • Image 122 of 163

    Lindsey Lagestee, the lead singer and a founding member of the Midwest country band Dixie Crush, died in a car accident in February at age 25. (Facebook)

  • Image 123 of 163

    Aspiring rapper who went by the stage name of Pop Smoke was killed during a home invasion in February. He was 20. Two men whose faces were covered with masks broke in and fired off multiple gunshots according to reports. (Claudio Lavenia/Getty Images)

  • Image 124 of 163

    Four-time Tony Award winner Zoe Caldwell, who brought humanity to larger-than-life-characters, whether it be the dotty schoolteacher Miss Jean Brodie, an aging opera star Maria Callas or the murderous Medea, died in February in her Pound Ridge, N.Y. home. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm, File)

  • Image 125 of 163

    Ja’Net DuBois, one of the stars from the TV series "Good Times” died in February of apparent natural causes. (CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images)

  • Image 126 of 163

    Esther Scott, known for her roles in "Boyz n the Hood" and "Dreamgirls," died on Feb. 11 in Scott’s Santa Monica, Calif. at age 66. (Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

  • Image 127 of 163

    Ann E. Todd (left), a former child star in the 1930s and ‘40s who appeared in films such as “Intermezzo” and “All This, and Heaven Too" before making her mark in sitcoms during the ’50s has died on Feb. 7 at age 88. (Photo by Archive Photos/Getty Images)

  • Image 128 of 163

    Kellye Nakahara, who starred as Lieutenant Nurse Kellye Yamato on "M*A*S*H," died at age 72. A family source said the artist and actress passed away peacefully in February at her home in Pasadena, Calif., following a brief battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her close friends and family (Mark Sullivan/WireImage)

  • Image 129 of 163

    British music producer and DJ Andrew Weatherall, who helped bring the underground sounds of acid house to a mass audience, died at age 56 in February. (Getty)

  • Image 130 of 163

    Dr. Amie Harwick, the ex-fiancée of comic and "The Price Is Right" host Drew Carey, was found dead in a Hollywood Hills neighborhood in February. Harwick, 38, a Los Angeles family therapist, apparently plummeted from a third-floor balcony to her death. (Getty)

  • Image 131 of 163

    Jason Davis, best known as the voice of Mikey Blumberg on Disney Channel’s animated series “Recess,” died in February in Los Angeles at age 35. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Race To Erase MS)

  • Image 132 of 163

    The star of Disney’s "Queen of Katwe" Nikita Pearl Waligwa has died at the age of 15 in February. She was reportedly diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2016 and received an all-clear in 2017 before another tumor was discovered last year. (Disney)

  • Image 133 of 163

    Former ‘Love Island’ host Caroline Flack died at age 40 in February. The television host’s death comes nearly two months after she decided to quit her job as host of the popular British reality show following an assault arrest in London. (AP)

  • Image 134 of 163

    Lynn Cohen, a Broadway star who also appeared in "Sex and the City," died at age 86 in February. In addition to the popular sitcom, Cohen’s television credits also include roles in "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," "Blue Bloods, "Law & Order: SVU," "Chicago Med" and more.

  • Image 135 of 163

    Daniel Lee Martin, musician and former reality show host, was found dead at age 54 from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound at his Florida home, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement to Fox News in February. (PASCO COUNTY SHERIFF)

  • Image 136 of 163

    Paula Kelly, an actress who earned Emmy nominations for roles on NBC’s 1980s sitcom "Night Court" and 1989 ABC miniseries "The Women of Brewster Place," died February 8 in Whittier, Calif., from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. She was 77. (Getty Images)

  • Image 137 of 163

    Jazz keyboardist Lyle Mays, whose work won nearly a dozen Grammy awards, died in Los Angeles in February at age 66. Mays had a “long battle with a recurring illness,” according to musician Pat Metheny’s website. (Getty)

  • Image 138 of 163

    Raphael Coleman, a child actor who starred alongside Emma Thompson in "Nanny McPhee" died at the age of 25 in February. Coleman moved on from acting to become a scientist "to save the planet." (Getty)

  • Image 139 of 163

    Robert Conrad, the rugged, contentious actor who starred in the hugely popular 1960s television series "Hawaiian Eye" and "The Wild, Wild West," died in February of heart failure. He was 84. (AP)

  • Image 140 of 163

    Orson Bean, a veteran actor known in the 1950s and 1960s for appearances on “The Twilight Zone” and other shows, then later as a panelist on TV game shows such as “To Tell the Truth,” died in February in Los Angeles. He was 91. (Paul W. Bailey/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

  • Image 141 of 163

    Kirk Douglas, one of the most famous American leading men of the mid-20th century remembered for his dimpled chin, chiseled features, and virile Hollywood roles, died in February at the age of 103. (AP)

  • Image 142 of 163

    Gene Reynolds, best known for co-creating the hit comedy series "M*A*S*H," died in February at age 96. "M*A*S*H" ran for 11 seasons after the success of the 1970 comedy film of the same name. The show won eight Golden Globes, 14 Emmys and a Peabody Award. (Getty)

  • Image 143 of 163

    Veteran soap opera actress Marj Dusay who played Alexandra Spaulding on "Guiding Light" for over two decades died in January at age 83. In addition to "Guiding Light," Dusay appeared in a number of soap operas, including "Days of Our Lives," "All My Children" and "Capitol." (Fernando Leon/Getty Images)

  • Image 144 of 163

    Bob Shane, the last surviving original member and lead singer of the popular folk group the Kingston Trio died at a hospice in Phoenix, Ariz. in January at age 85. (AP Photo/File)

  • Image 145 of 163

    Kobe Bryant, one of the greatest NBA players of all-time and a superstar Lakers player who transcended sports, died at 41 in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, Calif. on the day of the 2020 Grammy Awards along with eight others including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

  • Image 146 of 163

    "Bachelorette" contestant Tyler Gwozdz, who was featured on Hannah Brown’s season of the popular ABC dating show, has died in January at the age of 29. (ABC)

  • Image 147 of 163

    Character actor John Karlen, best known for his roles "Dark Shadows" and "Cagney & Lacey," died at age 86. The Emmy-winning actor suffered congestive heart failure at a hospice in Burbank, Calif., friend and family spokesman Jim Pierson said in January. (P Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)

  • Image 148 of 163

    Terry Jones, one of the comedians that made up the famed Monty Python comedy troupe, died in January at age 77 after battling dementia. (AP)

  • Image 149 of 163

    Folk singer-songwriter David Olney died in January after he suffered an apparent heart attack Saturday while performing at the 30A Songwriters Festival in Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. Olney was 71. (Getty)

  • Image 150 of 163

    IIt was revealed in January that veteran actress Norma Micheals, best known for her recurring role as Josephine on the hit CBS series “King of Queens” died at age 95 in Palm Springs, Calif. on Jan. 11. (Getty)

  • Image 151 of 163

    Christopher Tolkien, a son of famed author J.R.R Tolkien and preserver of his father’s legacy, died at 95, the Tolkien Society revealed in January. (Tolkien Society)

  • Image 152 of 163

    The WWE confirmed in January that Rocky "Soul Man" Johnson, former WWE star and father to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, died at the age of 75. (Getty)

  • Image 153 of 163

    Actor Stan Kirsch, best known for his role as Richie Ryan on the original “Highlander” TV series, was found dead at his home in Los Angeles in January of an apparent suicide. He was 51. (NBC)

  • Image 154 of 163

    Neil Peart, the legendary drummer for the popular Canadian rock trio Rush, died in Santa Monica, Calif. in January at age 67 after battling brain cancer. (Christie Goodwin/Redferns via Getty Images)

  • Image 155 of 163

    Harry Hains, actor, musician and model — and the son of "Mission: Impossible" star Jane Badler — died at the age of 27. The 66-year-old confirmed the news on Instagram in January. (Getty)

  • Image 156 of 163

    Ed Byrnes, known for “Grease” and “77 Sunset Strip” died unexpectedly of natural causes in Santa Monica, Calif. in January. He was 87. (Bobby Bank/Getty Images)

  • Image 157 of 163

    Alexis Eddy, known for her role on the MTV series "Are You The One?," was found dead in West Virginia in January. She was 23 years old. (MTV)

  • Image 158 of 163

    Buck Henry, the Hollywood screenwriter known for “The Graduate” and “What’s Up, Doc?” and who co-created the TV comedy series “Get Smart,” died in Los Angeles after suffering a heart attack in January. He was 89 years old. (Walter McBride/Getty Images)

  • Image 159 of 163

    "Ugly Betty" creator Silvio Horta’s body was found in a Florida hotel room on Jan. 7. He was 45. (Getty)

  • Image 160 of 163

    Elizabeth Sellars, the Glasgow-born actress who appeared in films that starred Marlon Brando, Humphrey Bogart and Peter O’Toole, on TV with Laurence Olivier and onstage opposite Alec Guinness, died at her home in France on Dec. 30. She was 98. (Getty Images)

  • Image 161 of 163

    Rapper Lexii Alijai, who was featured in songs from rappers Drake, Meek Mill, Nas, Kehlani and more, died at age 21 in January. (Getty Images)

  • Image 162 of 163

    The ex-fiancé of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown, Nick Gordon, suffered a series of heart attacks after an alleged drug overdose and died at age 30 in January. (Getty Images)

  • Image 163 of 163

    Jack Sheldon, once known to America’s schoolkids as the voice behind “I’m Just a Bill,” "Conjunction Junction" and other songs on “Schoolhouse Rock,” and to older TV viewers as a sidekick of talk-show host Merv Griffin, died at age 88 in late December. (AP)

Source: Read Full Article