The Canadian actor known for his leading voice role as a pilot on the series “Thunderbirds” and appeared in multiple James Bond movies, died Friday, March 29. He was 85. She was 84. late night talk show "Chelsea Lately," Chuy Bravo, died on Dec. 14. Channing was 97. The YouTube personality died Friday, July 12. Lee Mendelson, a producer of the holiday TV specials "Peanuts" and "Garfield," died on Christmas day after a battle with lung cancer. Lawrence G. Paull, an Oscar-nominated production designer on films such as "Blade Runner" and "Back to the Future," died in La Jolla, California on Nov. 10. She is well-known for her lead role as Monica in the 1993 telenovela "Corazón Salvaje," "Doña Barbara and "Los ricos tambien lloran.". The New England broadcaster who appeared in several Oscar-winning films like "Spotlight" and "Mystic River," died Jan. 1. The former champion figure skater died by suicide on Jan. 18. She was 45. Ginger Baker, the celebrated drummer and co-founder of the British powerhouse rock band Cream, died Oct. 6. Gonzalez was also the first actress to take the lead in the musical "Aventurera" -- one the longest-running shows in Mexico. She was 94. He had over 460 listed credits to his name. The fashion designer, actress, heiress, artist and socialite died on Monday, June 17 from "very advanced" cancer in her stomach. (CNN) Mexican telenovela star Edith Gonzalez died Thursday, three years after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. One of the last surviving members of the animation team during the Walt Disney Studios golden age, died on Tuesday, June 18. Robert Forster, the character actor best known for “Twin Peaks” and his Oscar-nominated performance in Quentin Tarantino’s “Jackie Brown, died Oct. 11. John Clarke, who starred on the NBC soap opera "Days of Our Lives" for 39 years and was awarded a Lifetime Achievement award from the Daytime Emmys in 2005, died of pneumonia on Oct. 16. William Wintersole, an actor who starred on the soap opera "The Young and the Restless" as attorney Mitchell Sherman for 25 years until 2011, died on Nov. 5. The Oscar-winning film and TV producer of “Spotlight” and founder-CEO of Anonymous Content, died after a battle with cancer Sunday, April 21. He was 42. The cat whose perpetually sad expression launched a thousand memes, died on May 17 at the age of 7. A look at the stars in movies, TV, music, sports and media we lost this year. He was 82. John Witherspoon, a prolific character actor best known for a run of comedic turns in acclaimed films and cult classics like "Hollywood Shuffle" and the "Friday" franchise, died on Oct. 29 at the age of 77. Gonzalez began her career as a child actor in the late 1970s and appeared in dozens of telenovelas, films and theater productions in Mexico for over four decades. He was 77. A family spokesperson told USA Today that Bloom died from complications from dementia. She was 56. He was 84. Opera legend Jessye Norman, one of the great sopranos of the last five decades, died Sept. 30 from complications from a spinal injury. He was 92. She was 78. The actress’s death early Thursday was confirmed in a statement by her family released to the TV station Televisa, where she worked. She was 81. She was 90. He was 59. He was 84. Former HBO, Viacom and Universal Studios chief executive Frank Biondi Jr. died on Nov. 25. The late Mexican actress, Edith González was married to Lorenzo Lazo Margain, an economist in the year 2010. She was 35. A post shared by Edith Gonzalez Lazo (@edithgonzalezmx1) on Jun 13, 2019 at 9:11am PDT. The two-time Oscar nominee for supporting roles in the Best Picture winner “Midnight Cowboy” and “Farewell, My Lovely” died on Wednesday, June 12. Rudy Boesch, one of the finalists on the original season of "Survivor," died on Nov. 2 following a battle with Alzheimer's disease at the age of 91. The producer-distributor who helped launch the careers of David Lynch and the Coen Brothers, died on Wednesday, June 26 in Prague. Első szerepét 1976-ban, tizenkét éves korában kapta az El Rey de los gorilas című filmben. The actor who was best known for his work in two James Bond films and on the series “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea,” died Thursday, July 18. He was 86. Todd Tongen, a longtime anchor and reporter at Florida's WPLG, died on June 3. The lead singer for the 1980s rock band Talk Talk died on Feb. 26. Syd Mead, a visual effects artist and American industrial designer who helped imagine the futuristic look of science fiction classics like “Blade Runner” and “Aliens,” died on Dec. 30 at age 86. He was 77, The legendary fashion designer who served as longtime creative director of major brands such as Chanel and Fendi died on Feb. 19. Her death was confirmed by the official Mexican news agency Notimex and the TV stations for which she worked, Televisa and TV Azteca. She was 83. He was 82. The Chicago rapper Juice WRLD, real name Jarad Anthony Higgins, died on Dec. 8 after experiencing a seizure. He was 60. The Swiss actor whose work ranged from “Wings of Desire” to the much-memed “Downfall,” died on Feb. 15. He was 77. She was 61. He was 74. The producer, co-writer and co-director of “The Lords of Flatbush,” died Saturday, July 13. He was 76. The actress who played Tilly Masterson in the 1964 James Bond movie “Goldfinger,” died in late March. Jack Sheldon, a jazz trumpeter who had a career as a TV performer in the 1960s and ’70s and sang classic “Schoolhouse Rock” tunes, died on Dec. 27 at age 88, the Los Angeles Times reported. Mendelson was 86. Best known for her role in the soap "Salomé," Gonzalez continued to work up until her death, most recently as a judge on the Mexican reality show "This Is My Style.". The actor, whose real name was Lee Jae-ho, was 27. The lead singer of the pioneering 1990s British electronica band The Prodigy, was found dead on March 4. Spinney was also a more traditional puppeteer behind the trash can-dwelling monster Oscar the Grouch. The prolific Hollywood title designer, whose notable works included “The Godfather” sequels, “Total Recall” and “Dick Tracy," died on Sept. 30. He was 89. Carmine Caridi, the actor who appeared in a key role in “The Godfather: Part II” as well as “The Godfather: Part III,” died on May 29. Edith González presintió que se marcharia y quiso despedirse con este video - Duration: 1 ... FALLECE EDITH GONZALEZ por CANCER de OVARIO - Murió | #FamososAD - Duration: 2:21. Leonard Goldberg, a long-time TV executive who also served as president of 20th Century Fox for two years beginning in 1987, died on Dec. 4. A two-time Pulitzer-winning writer and longtime host of PBS’ “Masterpiece Theatre,” Baker died Jan. 21 in his Lessburg, Virginia, home. The Emmy-winning comedian and actor who memorably starred in “McHale’s Navy” in the 1960s and “The Carol Burnett Show” in the ’70s, died Tuesday, May 14. She was 43. In a traditional gesture, marquee lights on Broadway were dimmed on the night of his death on July 31. discovered cancerous tissue in her abdomen. He was 96. The actress and feminist activist best known for playing groundbreaking sitcom character Rhoda Morgenstern from 1970 to 1978 on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and its spinoff "Rhoda," died Friday, Aug. 30 at 80. Laurel Griggs, a 13-year-old actress who starred in the Broadway musical "Once" and also appeared in several "Saturday Night Live" sketches, died on Nov. 5 after suffering a severe asthma attack. On Saturday, June 8 it was announced that the Endeavor Content TV exec died from a pre-existing heart condition. The actress who starred as Georgette Franklin on the “Mary Tyler Moore Show” between 1972 and 1977, died Friday, April 12 at the age of 70. Michael J. Pollard, an Oscar-nominee for his breakout role in "Bonnie and Clyde," and also a star of films including "House of 1000 Corpses," "Dirty Little Billy" and "Scrooged," died on Nov. 22. CNN reached out to her publicist and the agency that represents her but hasn't received a response. Behn also once accused actor Kevin Spacey of sexual assault. Dr. James “Jim” Raman, an orthodontist who competed on Season 25 contestant of CBS’ “The Amazing Race,” died Monday, March 15. Harry Morton, restaurateur and founder of the Los Angeles Mexican food restaurant chain Pink Taco, died Nov. 23. The 7-foot-2-inch tall actor who portrayed Chewbacca in five “Star Wars” films, died Tuesday, April 30. Sonny Mehta, the longtime publisher of the Random House imprint Alfred A. Knopf, died on Dec. 30 of complications from pneumonia, the publisher announced. She was 80. The "Take Me Home Tonight" singer-songwriter who burst on the music stage in the late ’70s when he charted with singles “Baby Hold On” and “Two Tickets to Paradise," died on Sept. 13. Rick Ludwin, a former NBC executive and the head of the company's late-night division, died on Nov. 10 following a brief illness. The Chicago-based sports broadcaster known locally as “The Godfather of Sports” in the 1980s, died Wednesday, April 17. The storied screenwriter best known for his Academy Award-winning script for “Ordinary People” and his Oscar-nominated “Paper Moon,” died Thursday, May 9. He was 74. The writer who won an Emmy for his work on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” died Wednesday, July 3. The singer and songwriter whose hits included “I Don’t Have the Heart,” died Jan. 29. Sam Bobrick, creator of NBC comedy series “Saved By the Bell” and writer for “The Andy Griffith Show,” died Oct. 11. He was 93. He was 84. He was 38. Caroll Spinney, who played the beloved children's character Big Bird on "Sesame Street" for over 50 years, died on Dec. 8 at his Connecticut home. The “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” actress who was one of the numerous women who accused comedian Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct, died of natural causes on Jan. 30. González was born on 10 December 1964 in Monterrey. The director of “The Muppet Movie” and the show “The Monkees,” died on Jan. 22 at his home in Indian Wells, California. The Oscar-nominated director of “Boyz N the Hood,” the 2000 remake of “Shaft” and “2 Fast 2 Furious,” died Monday, April 29. She was 94. Danny Aiello, the Oscar-winning star of "Do the Right Thing" and "Moonstruck," as well as films such as "The Godfather Part II," "Once Upon a Time in America" and "The Purple Rose of Cairo," died on Dec. 12 after a brief illness. The creator of the iconic ABC series “The Love Boat” died on Feb. 26. The actress who played the original Marilyn Munster on the iconic 1960s sitcom “The Munsters,” died on Feb. 24. The actor best known for his roles in the Disney Channel series “Jessie” and the “Descendants” TV movie franchise died Saturday, July 6. D.C. Fontana, a long-time writer on the original "Star Trek" series, as well as on future iterations of the show including "Next Generation" and "Deep Space Nine," died on Dec. 2 following a short illness. The actor who appeared in HBO’s “Carnivale," “Saved by the Bell: The New Class" and “Beverly Hills, 90210" among others died on Sept. 13. He was 71. The artist scored a No. Philip McKeon, a child actor who appeared on the sitcom "Alice" as well as "CHiPS," "Fantasy Island" and "The Love Boat" before turning to a career in radio as an adult in both Los Angeles and Texas, died on Dec. 10. He was 52. The French composer who won three Oscars for his songs ("The Windmills of Your Mind") and film scores ("Summer of '42," "Yentl") died Jan. 26. Rambo: Yoni S.Hamenahem; Vajna: Getty Images, Photo by American International Pictures/Getty Images, Photo by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Getty Images, Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2019 (Photos), Hollywood’s Notable Deaths of 2019 (Photos), Sylvia Miles, Two-Time Oscar Nominee for ‘Midnight Cowboy’ and ‘Farewell, My Lovely,’ Dies at 94, Mary Duggar, ‘Counting On’ Grandmother, Dies at 78. The first African American woman to star in a non-servant role on a network TV series died Oct. 4 from cancer. The two-time, Oscar-nominated star of “Easy Rider” and more recently films such as “Ulee’s Gold” died on Friday, Aug. 16. The actor who played Frank Nitti in Brian De Palma’s “The Untouchables” died in Los Angeles on Monday, June 24 from complications of a stroke. According to TMZ, Ingram died following a battle with brain cancer. He was 85. She was 92. The longtime “60 Minutes” producer who worked closely with Morley Safer during his final years, died Friday, June 14 following a battle with cancer. He was a Mexican actress and dancer. Einstein was 76. Edith was pregnant before their marriage but they lost their baby child unborn. Longtime NPR and ABC News journalist died on Sept. 17 after a long battle with breast cancer. Gary Rhodes, a celebrity chef who hosted TV shows including “MasterChef,” “MasterChef USA,” “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Rhodes Around Britain,” died on Nov. 26. The Kenyan journalist and the former host of CNN’s show “Inside Africa,” died on Thursday, April 11. The documentary filmmaker who worked as a cameraman on the Oscar-winning doc "Free Solo" died on March 3. Robert EvansRobert Evans, the legendary producer of "Chinatown" and "The Godfather" and the former head of production at Paramount, died on Oct. 26 at the age of 89. He was 55. Mardik Martin, the longtime friend and collaborator of Martin Scorsese whose writing credits included “Mean Streets,” “New York, New York,” and “Raging Bull,” died on Sept. 11. The director of classic musical films like “On the Town” and “Singin’ in the Rain," died on Feb. 23. He was 80. He was 35. La actriz mexicana Edith González falleció a los 54 años víctima de cáncer. Johnnie Planco, the former WME agent and co-founder of management/production company Parseghian Planco, died on June 2. Known by millennials for his work on “Community” as Greendale’s smart-alecky Leonard Rodriguez died Saturday, March 13. She was 72. She was 95. Ron Leibman, a Tony winner for his 1993 performance in "Angels in America," an Emmy winner for his work on the show "Kaz" from 1979 and a regular on "Friends" as Rachel's father, died on Dec. 6. The character actress who rose to fame in the 1970s and ’80s with roles on the sitcoms “Soap” and “Who’s the Boss?” and appeared in such films as Terry Gilliam's "Brazil," died on Feb. 23 at age 89. The veteran actor of film, TV and theater best known for his long-running role as Jonathan Kent in the series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” died on Saturday, July 7. The Mexican telenovela star who died on June 13 at the age of 54, three years after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer. David Foster, a prolific Hollywood producer behind films such as “The Getaway,” “McCabe and Mrs. Miller” and two versions of “The Thing” died on Dec. 23. He was 70. He was 75. Ari Behn, an author and playwright who was the ex-husband of Norwegian princess Martha Louise, died of suicide on Christmas Day. He was 85. The Mexican telenovela star died early Thursday, June 13, according to reports. The actress revealed in August 2016 that doctors. Sue Lyon, who played the title role of "Lolita" in Stanley Kubrick's 1962 film at age 14, died on Dec. 26. He was 61. The man Arnold Schwarzenegger called “my best friend,” died on Aug. 30 in Sardinia, Italy. He was 82. She is survived by her husband, Lorenzo Lazo, and their 14-year-old daughter, Constanza. (CNN)Mexican telenovela star Edith Gonzalez died Thursday, three years after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. He was 74. He was 84. He was 51. The Canadian model and actress known for work on “CSI: Cyber” and in the rom-com “Valentine’s Day,” died Saturday, April 20. Foster began his six decades in the industry as a publicist at Rogers and Cowan to stars such as Steve McQueen, Shirley MacLaine, Peter Sellers and Sonny and Cher. She was 97. Rep. Elijah Cummings, a sitting democratic congressman from Baltimore for 23 years and a civil rights advocate early in his life and career, died on Oct. 17. Ezután felajánlottak neki egy szerepet a Los ricos también lloran című telenovellában. Actress was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2016. The German-American, Oscar-winning musician and composer who worked on the music for 1965’s Best Picture winner “My Fair Lady,” died on Feb. 28. mexikói színészn ő, táncosnő. Morning show host Andrea Legarreta called Gonzalez a "loving warrior" and an example for women. She was 77. Her death was confirmed by the official Mexican news … The former WWE Superstar died on Thursday, May 16 at the age of 39.
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