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Celebrity deaths in 2022 include (top row L-R) James Caan, Coolio, Barbara Walters, Jason David Frank, Kirstie Alley, and (bottom row L-R) Queen Elizabeth, Bob Saget, Taylor Hawkins, Christine McVie, Sidney Poitier. (File photos)
Celebrity deaths in 2022 included actors like Kirstie Alley, James Caan, William Hurt, Angela Lansbury, Ray Liotta, and Sidney Poitier; music stars Coolio, Taylor Hawkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie, Migos rapper Takeoff and Faithless singer Maxi Jazz; TV news pioneer Barbara Walters, comedians Louie Anderson, Gallagher, Gilbert Gottfried and Bob Saget; sports legends Franco Harris, Pele, and Bill Russell; and “Sesame Street” cast members Emilio Delgado and Bob McGrath.
Other famous people who died this year include Queen Elizabeth II, retired Pope Benedict XVI, “Grease” star Olivia Newton-John, “Power Rangers” actor Jason David Frank, former President Donald Trump’s first wife Ivana Trump, Woodstock promoter Michael Lang, country singer Loretta Lynn, and “Ellen” DJ Stephen “tWitch” Boss.
Notable deaths with Syracuse ties include “ER” and “Mr. Saturday Night” actress Mary Mara, Syracuse University basketball legend Louis Orr, former SU football coach Greg Robinson, former Le Moyne pitcher Tom Browning, and Carol M. Baldwin, the Camillus resident who raised money for breast cancer research and was mother to the famous Baldwin brothers.
Here is a list of celebrities and other notable figures who died in 2022:
Kirstie Alley – The “Cheers,” “Look Who’s Talking” and “Veronica’s Closet” actress died Dec. 5 at 71
FILE – In this Jan. 5, 2015 file photo, Kirstie Alley attends the premiere of HBO's "Girls" fourth season in New York. Alley is joining the cast in the second season of "Scream Queens," premiering Sept. 20, on Fox. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)AP
Louie Anderson – The comedian and “Life with Louie” star died Jan. 21 at 68
FILE – Actor-comedian Louie Anderson appears at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 18, 2016. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP
Carol Baldwin – The Syracuse philanthropist, who founded the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund and was mother to famous acting brothers William, Stephen, Daniel and Alec Baldwin, died May 26 at 92
This 2002 file photo shows actor Alec Baldwin, right, and his mother Carol M. Baldwin arriving for the Gilda's Club Comedy Gala in New York City. (Photo by Keith Bedford/Getty Images)
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI – The first pope to retire in 600 years died Dec. 31 at 95
Peter Bogdanovich – “The Last Picture Show” director and “The Sopranos” actor died Jan. 6 at 82
Stephen “tWitch” Boss – “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” DJ, producer and dancer died Dec. 13 at 40
Stephen "tWitch" Boss attends the FOX 2022 Upfront presentation at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown on Monday, May 16, 2022, in New York. (Photo by Christopher Smith/Invision/APChristopher Smith/Invision/AP
Tom Browning – The former Le Moyne College pitcher who threw a perfect game for the Cincinnati Reds and won a World Series in 1990 died Dec. 19 at 62
James Caan – “The Godfather,” “Misery,” “Elf” and “Brian’s Song” actor died July 6 at 82
FILE – James Caan attends the 2016 Summer TCA "Hallmark Event" on July 27, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Caan, whose roles included "The Godfather," "Brian’s Song" and "Misery," died Wednesday, July 6, 2022, at age 82. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP
Irene Cara – The “Flashdance” and “Fame” singer-actress died Nov. 25 at 63
Actress-singer Irene Cara poses for a portrait in Los Angeles, California. (1983 file photo by Harry Langdon/Getty Images)
Aaron Carter – The teen pop star and younger brother of Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter died Nov. 5
Robbie Coltrane – The “Harry Potter” actor (Hagrid) died Oct. 14 at 72
Coolio (Artis Ivey Jr.) – The “Gangsta’s Paradise” rapper died Sept. 28 at 59
FILE – Coolio appears at the 2015 ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., on June 25, 2015. The rapper, who was among hip-hop’s biggest names of the 1990s with hits including “Gangsta’s Paradise” and “Fantastic Voyage,” died Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022 in Los Angeles. He was 59. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP
Emilio Delgado – The “Sesame Street” star, who played Luis, died March 10 at 81
Queen Elizabeth II – Britain’s longtime royal leader died Sept. 8 at 96
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II visits the HMS Queen Elizabeth at HM Naval Base, ahead of the ship's maiden deployment, in Portsmouth, England, Saturday May 22, 2021. (Steve Parsons/Pool Photo via AP)AP
Andy Fletcher – The Depeche Mode musician died May 26 at 60
Jason David Frank – The “Power Rangers” star died Nov. 20 at 49
Jason David Frank of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers attends the Saban's Power Rangers Legacy Wars tournament at New York Comic Con 2017 – Day 1 on October 5, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images for Saban Brands)
Gallagher (Leo Gallagher Jr.) – The prop comedian best known for smashing watermelons died Nov. 11
Gilbert Gottfried – The comedian and actor died April 12 at 67
Actor Gilbert Gottfried attends the Tribeca Film Festival opening night world premiere of "Love, Gilda" at the Beacon Theatre on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)Evan Agostini/Invision/AP
Philip Baker Hall – The “Seinfeld,” “Magnolia” and “Boogie Nights” actor died June 12 at 90
Scott Hall – The WWE wrestler also known as Razor Ramon died March 14 at 63
Terry Hall – The Specials singer, ska icon and co-writer of the Go-Go’s hit “Our Lips Are Sealed” died Dec. 19 at 63
Estelle Harris – The “Seinfeld” actress, who played George’s mother and voiced Mrs. Potato Head in “Toy Story,” died April 2 at 93
Jason Alexander as George Costanza and Estelle Harris as George's mother, Estelle Costanza, in "Seinfeld." NBC
Franco Harris – The Pittsburgh Steelers legend with “The Immaculate Reception” and four Super Bowl rings died Dec. 21 at 72
Taylor Hawkins – The Foo Fighters drummer died March 25 at 50
Taylor Hawkins performs with The Foo Fighters at the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview, Syracuse, N.Y., Wednesday Sept. 15, 2021. Scott Schild | sschild@syracuse.com
Anne Heche – The “Six Days, Seven Nights” actress died Aug. 22 at 53
Ronnie Hillman – The Denver Broncos’ Super Bowl-winning running back died Dec. 21 at 31
William Hurt – The Oscar-winning “Broadcast News” and “Body Heat” actor died March 13 at 71
FILE – William Hurt, a cast member in the Amazon series "Goliath," poses for a portrait during the 2016 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton on Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Hurt, the Oscar-winning actor of “Broadcast News,” “Body Heat” and “The Big Chill,” has died. He was 71. Hurt's son, Will, said in a statement that Hurt died Sunday, March 13, 2022 of natural causes. (Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP, File)Rich Fury/Invision/AP
Maxi Jazz – The Faithless singer known for songs like “Insomnia” and “God is a DJ” died Dec. 23 at 65
Leslie Jordan – The actor and social media star died Oct. 24 at 67
Naomi Judd – The Judds country singer and mother of Wynonna and Ashley Judd died April 30 at 76
Guy Lafleur – The hockey legend who won five Stanley Cups died April 22 at 70
Michael Lang – The Woodstock co-founder who also staged Woodstock ‘94 and ‘99 died Jan. 8 at 77
Michael Lang, one of the original founders of Woodstock '69, overlooks the site of the Woodstock '99 festival to be held at Grifiss Airforce base in Rome, N.Y. (Photo by Scott Gries/ImageDirect)
Angela Lansbury – The “Murder She Wrote” actress died Oct. 11 at 96
FILE – Angela Lansbury appears on stage at the 61st Annual Tony Awards in New York on June 13, 2010. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)AP
Jerry Lee Lewis – The “Great Balls of Fire” rock and roll hall of famer died Oct. 28 at 87
Ray Liotta – The “Goodfellas” and “Field of Dreams” actor died May 26 at 67
FILE – Ray Liotta, a cast member in the NBC series "Shades of Blue," poses during the 2018 NBCUniversal Summer Press Day on May 2, 2018, in Universal City, Calif. Liotta, the actor best known for playing mobster Henry Hill in “Goodfellas” and baseball player Shoeless Joe Jackson in “Field of Dreams,” has died. He was 67. A representative for Liotta told The Hollywood Reporter and NBC News that he died in his sleep Wednesday night in the Dominican Republic, where he was filming a new movie. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP
Loretta Lynn – The country music legend died Oct. 4 at 88
Mary Mara – The Syracuse native, whose acting roles included “ER,” “Nash Bridges,” “Mr. Saturday Night” and “Love Potion No. 9,” died June 26 at 61
Actress Mary Mara, a Syracuse native, in the 1992 movie "Mr.Saturday Night" starring Billy Crystal. Mara, 61, drowned in the St. Lawrence River on Sunday, June 26, 2022. (File photo)
Bob McGrath – The longtime “Sesame Street” star died Dec. 4 at 90
Christine McVie – The Fleetwood Mac singer and keyboardist died Nov. 30 at 79
FILE – Christine McVie from the band Fleetwood Mac performs at Madison Square Garden in New York on Oct. 6, 2014. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)
Meat Loaf (born Marvin Lee Aday) – The “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” singer and actor in “Rocky Horror Picture Show” and “Fight Club” died Jan. 20 at 74
FILE – Singer Michael Lee Aday, who goes by the stage name Meat Loaf, arrives at the MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring Neil Diamond on Friday, Feb. 6, 2009, in Los Angeles. Meat Loaf, whose "Bat Out Of Hell" album is one of the all time bestsellers, has died, family said on Facebook, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)AP
Olivia Newton-John – The “Grease” actress and singer died Aug. 8 at 73
FILE – Actress and singer Olivia Newton-John attends the 2018 G'Day USA Los Angeles Gala in Los Angeles on Jan. 27, 2018. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP
Nichelle Nichols – The “Star Trek” actress died July 31 at 89
Louis Orr – The Syracuse basketball legend, who played 8 years in the NBA and had his SU jersey retired with teammate Roosevelt Bouie, died Dec. 15 at 64
FILE – Former Syracuse basketball great Louis Orr watches a video monitor during a ceremony where his jersey was retired at half time of an NCAA college basketball game in Syracuse, N.Y., Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015. Louis Orr, a standout at Syracuse who played eight NBA seasons before going into a lengthy career in coaching, has died. He was 64. Orr's family said Friday in a statement through Georgetown that he died Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022, after a battle with pancreatic cancer. (AP Photo/Nick Lisi, File)AP
Tom Parker – The Wanted singer died March 30 at 33
Pelé (Edson Arantes do Nascimento) – The Brazilian soccer legend who won three World Cups died Dec. 29 at 82
Sidney Poitier – The “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” star, the first Black man to win a a best actor Oscar, died Jan. 6 at 94
FILE – Actor Sidney Poitier poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, Calif. on June 2, 2008. Poitier, the groundbreaking actor and enduring inspiration who transformed how Black people were portrayed on screen, became the first Black actor to win an Academy Award for best lead performance and the first to be a top box-office draw, died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022 in the Bahamas. He was 94. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles, File)AP
Ivan Reitman – The “Ghostbusters” and “Animal House” director died Feb. 12 at 75
Peter Robbins – The voice of “Charlie Brown” in classic “Peanuts” movies died Jan. 18 at 65
Greg Robinson – The former Syracuse football coach who won two Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos died Jan. 5 at 70
Bill Russell – The Boston Celtics legend who won 11 NBA championships died July 31 at 88
FILE – NBA great Bill Russell reacts at a news conference as he learns the most valuable player award for the NBA basketball championships has been renamed the Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award, Feb. 14, 2009, in Phoenix. Russell has died at age 88. His family said on social media that Russell died on Sunday, July 31, 2022. Russell anchored a Boston Celtics dynasty that won 11 titles in 13 years. (AP Photo/Matt York, file)AP
Bobby Rydell – The “Bye Bye Birdie” star and teen idol died April 5 at 79
Bob Saget – The comedian, “Full House” actor, “America’s Funniest Home Videos” host and “How I Met Your Mother” narrator died Jan. 9 at 65
FILE – Bob Saget arrives at a screening of "MacGruber" on Dec. 8, 2021, in Los Angeles. Saget's family has released a statement on the cause of his death last month in Florida, citing authorities saying the actor-comedian died from an accidental blow to the head. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP
Vin Scully – The longtime L.A. Dodgers broadcaster died Aug. 2 at 94
Jim Seals – The Seals & Crofts musician died June 6 at 79
Liz Sheridan – The “Seinfeld” actress who played Jerry’s mother died April 15 at 93
Kim Simmonds – The longtime Oswego County resident who performed in the band Savoy Brown died Dec. 15 at 75
Paul Sorvino – The “Goodfellas” actor and father of Mira Sorvino died July 25 at 83
FILE – Mira Sorvino, right and father Paul Sorvino attend the premiere of "Reservation Road" during the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007. Paul Sorvino, an imposing actor who specialized in playing crooks and cops like Paulie Cicero in “Goodfellas” and the NYPD sergeant Phil Cerretta on “Law & Order,” has died. He was 83. (AP Photo/Kathleen Voege, File)AP
Takeoff (Kirshnik Khari Ball) – The Migos rapper died Nov. 1 at 28
Ivana Trump – The first wife of former President Donald Trump died July 14 at 73
FILE – Ivana Trump poses before the Baby Phat spring 2008 collection is modeled during Fashion Week in New York, on Sept. 7, 2007. Ivana Trump, the first wife of Donald Trump, has died in New York City, the former president announced on social media Thursday, July 14, 2022. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow, File)AP
Barbara Walters – The TV news pioneer and creator of “The View” died Dec. 30 at 93
Barbara Walters, right, chats with co-host Jim Hartz during her final "Today" show broadcast on Thursday, June 3, 1976 from New York. (AP Photo/Dave Pickoff )
Fred Ward – “The Right Stuff,” “Tremors” and “Remo Williams” actor died May 8 at 79
FILE – Fred Ward, a cast member in "30 Minutes or Less," poses at the premiere of the film in Los Angeles on Aug. 8, 2011. Ward, a veteran actor who brought a gruff tenderness to tough-guy roles in such films as “The Right Stuff,” “The Player” and “Tremors,” died Sunday, May 8, his publicist Ron Hofmann said Friday, May 13, 2022. He was 79. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)AP
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Shinzo Abe – The former Japanese prime minster died July 8 at 67
Madeleine Albright – The first female U.S. secretary of state died March 23 at 84
Rick Anderson – The Tubes bassist died Dec. 16 at 75
John Aniston – The soap actor and father of Jennifer Aniston died Nov. 11 at 89
Jennifer Aniston and John Aniston attend the premiere of "Picture Perfect" in New York in 1997. (Photo by KMazur/WireImage via Getty Images)
Clint Arlis – “The Bachelorette” contestant died in January at 34
Nicki Aycox – The “Supernatural” actress died Nov. 16 at 47
Rebecca Balding – The ‘Soap’ and ‘Charmed’ actress died July 18 at 73
Marion Barber – The former Dallas Cowboys running back died June 1 at 38
Jules Bass – The director, producer, and composer behind “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Frosty the Snowman,” and “Santa Claus is Comin’ To Town” died Oct. 25 at 87
Big Scarr (Alexander Woods) – The Memphis rapper signed by Gucci Mane died Dec. 22 at 22
Stephan Bonnar – The UFC Hall of Famer and MMA fighter known as “American Psycho” died Dec. 22 at 45
Mike Bossy – The hockey hall of famer who helped the New York Islanders win four Stanley Cups died April 14 at 65
Tracy Braxton – The “Braxton Family Values” star and sister of Toni and Tamar Braxton died March 12 at 50
Gary Brown – The former NFL running back died April 10 at 52
Dave Butz – The two-time Super Bowl winner died Nov. 4 at 72
Pat Carroll – The Sid Caesar actress and voice of Ursula in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” died July 29 at 95
Ash Carter – The former U.S. Defense Secretary died Oct. 24 at 68
Jordan Cashmyer – MTV’s “16 and Pregnant” star died in January at 26
Robert Clary – The Holocaust survivor who played Cpl. Louis LeBeau on “Hogan’s Heroes” died Nov. 16 at 96
Kevin Conroy – The voice actor for “Batman: The Animated Series” died Nov. 10 at 66
Jeff Cook – The Alabama co-founder and guitarist died Nov. 7 at 73
Robert Cormier – The “Heartland” actor died Sept. 23 at 33
Zuri Craig – The musician and actor who appeared on “America’s Got Talent” with the Craig Lewis Band, died Oct. 21 at 44
Betty Davis – The funk singer and second wife of Miles Davis died Feb. 9 at 76
Len Dawson – The Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame quarterback and NFL broadcaster died Aug. 24 at 87
Joey DeFrancesco – The jazz great who performed at 2022 Syracuse Jazz Fest died Aug. 25 at 51
Herb Deutsch – The Moog synthesizer co-creator died Dec. 9 at 90
Tony Dow – The “Leave it to Beaver” actor, who played Wally Cleaver, died July 27 at 77
Tony Dow, who played Wally Cleaver on "Leave It To Beaver," is pictured on set circa 1960. (Photo by ABC Television/Courtesy of Getty Images)
Martin Duffy – The Primal Scream keyboardist died Dec. 18 at 55
Shonka Dukureh – The “Elvis” actress, who played Big Mama Thornton, died July 21 at 44
Robert Durst – The real estate heir convicted of murder died Jan. 10 at 78
Sonya Eddy – The “General Hospital” actress died Dec. 19 at 55
Ned Eisenberg – The “Law & Order: SVU” and “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” actor died Feb. 27 at 65
Cliff Emmich – The “Payday” and “Halloween II” actor died Nov. 28 at 85
Louise Fletcher – The Oscar-winning “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” actress died Sept. 23 at 88
Jake Flint – The country singer died Nov. 28, hours after marrying his wife
Budd Friedman – The actor and comedian died Nov. 12 at 90
Gary Gaines – The coach of the Texas high school football team made famous in “Friday Night Lights” died Aug. 22 at 73
Jeremy Giambi – The MLB baseball player and brother of Jason Giambi died Feb. 9 at 47
Mickey Gilley – The country star who inspired “Urban Cowboy” died May 7 at 86
Clarence Gilyard Jr. – The “Die Hard” actor died Nov. 28 at 66
Clarence Gilyard Jr. appears in a scene from the 1988 movie "Die Hard." (Video still)
Jean-Luc Godard – The French-Swiss filmmaker and critic died Sept. 13 at 91
Mikhail Gorbachev – The former Soviet Union leader died Aug. 30 at 91
Drew Griffin – The CNN investigative journalist died Dec. 17 at 60
Robyn Griggs – The “Another World” and “One Life to Life” actress died Aug. 13 at 49
Ray Guy – The football hall of fame punter died Nov. 3 at 72
John Hartman – The original drummer for the Doobie Brothers died Sept. 22 at 72
Dwayne Haskins – The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback died at 24
Orrin Hatch – The former U.S. senator died April 23 at 88
Brad William Henke – The “Orange is the New Black” and “Justified” actor died Nov. 29 at 56
Kymberly Herrin – The former Playboy playmate who played a Dream Ghost in “Ghostbusters” died Oct. 28 at 65
Howard Hesseman – The “WKRP in Cincinnati” actor died Jan. 29 at 81
FILE – Howard Hesseman arrives at the International Myeloma Foundation 7th Annual Comedy Celebration at The Wilshire Ebell Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, in Los Angeles. Hesseman, who played the radio disc jockey Johnny Fever on the sitcom “WKRP in Cincinnati" and the actor-turned-history teacher Charlie Moore on “Head of the Class,” has died at age 81. Hesseman died Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022, in Los Angeles due to complications from colon surgery, his manager Robbie Kass said Sunday. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)
Jack Higgins – “The Eagle has Landed” author died April 9 at 92
Mike Hodges – The “Flash Gordon” and “Get Carter” director died Dec. 17 at 90
Bo Hopkins – The “American Graffiti” and “The Wild Bunch” actor died May 28 on 84
Jossara Jinaro – The “Judging Amy” and “ER” actress died April 27 at 48
Wilko Johnson – The Dr. Feelgood rocker and “Game of Thrones” actor died Nov. 21 at 75
Don Johnston – The Syracuse sports fixture known as “Donnie Baseball” died in January at 61
Eddie Jones – The longtime NewsChannel 9 photojournalist and volunteer firefighter died Nov. 6 at 66
Max Julien – “The Mack” actor and “Cleopatra Jones” writer died Jan. 1 at 88
Billy Kametz – The “Pokemon” voice actor died June 9 at 35
Sally Kellerman – The “M*A*S*H” actress, who played “Hot Lips” Houlian, died Feb. 24 at 84
Mickey Kuhn – The last surviving credited cast member of “Gone With the Wind” died Nov. 20 at 90
Cheslie Kryst – The Miss USA 2019 winner died Jan. 30 at 30
FILE – Miss North Carolina Cheslie Kryst wins the 2019 Miss USA final competition in the Grand Theatre in the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nev., on May 2, 2019. (Jason Bean/The Reno Gazette-Journal via AP, File)
Alan Ladd Jr. – The Oscar-winning producer who greenlit “Star Wars” died at 84
Bob Lanier – The Basketball Hall of Famer died May 10 at 73
Sara Lee – The wrestler who won season 6 of WWE’s reality show “Tough Enough” died Oct. 6 at 30
Keith Levene – The guitarist and co-founder of punk bands The Clash and Public Image Ltd died Nov. 11 at 65
Sacheen Littlefeather – The activist who took the Oscars stage on Marlon Brando’s behalf to decline his award for The Godfather and protest the film industry’s treatment of Native Americans died Oct. 3 at 75
Robert LuPone – “The Sopranos” actor and brother of Patti LuPone died Aug. 27 at 76
Ron Masak – The “Murder She Wrote” actor died Oct. 20 at 86
Don Maynard – The New York Jets football star died Jan. 10 at 86
Dan McCafferty – The original Nazareth singer died Nov. 8 at 76
David McCullough – The two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian died Aug. 7 at 89
Douglas McGrath – The Oscar- and Tony-nominated writer, director, and actor who worked on “Saturday Night Live,” “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” and “Bullets Over Broadway” died Nov. 3 at 64
Kim Mi-soo – The South Korean actress who appeared on “Snowdrop” died Jan. 5 at 29
Moses J. Moseley – “The Walking Dead” actor died Jan. 26 at 30
Roger E. Mosley – The “Magnum P.I.” actor died Aug. 7 at 83
"Magnum PI" actors Roger E. Mosley and Tom Selleck pose backstage at the TV Land Awards on Sunday, April 19, 2009 in Universal City, Calif. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
Manfried Thierry Mugler – The French fashion designer died Jan. 23 at 73
Cooper Noriega – The TikTok star died in June at 19
Tom Park – The longtime pitchman for Billy Fuccillo and a car marketing legend died June 19 at 69
George Perez – The comic book artist woh worked for Marvel and DC died May 6 at 67
Gaylord Perry – The MLB All-Star pitcher died Dec. 1 at 84
Leslie Phillips – The “Carry On” actor and voice of the Sorting Hat in “Harry Potter” died Nov. 7 at 98
Kailia Posey – The “Toddlers & Tairas” star died May 1 at 16
Julie Powell – The food writer who inspired “Julie & Julia” died Oct. 26 at 49
Albert Pyun – The “Cyborg” filmmaker died Nov. 26 at 69
Teddy Ray – The rising comedian died Aug. 12 at 32
Dan Reeves – The former NFL player and New York Giants coach died Jan. 1 at 77
Eileen Ryan – The actress and mother of Sean Penn died Oct. 9 at 94
Bernard Shaw – The former “World News Tonight” co-anchor and chief anchor at CNN died Sept. 7 at 82
CNN anchor Bernard Shaw poses in his office at CNN's Washington bureau on Feb. 15, 2001. Shaw, who was CNN's original chief anchor when the network started in 1980, died of pneumonia in Washington on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022, according to Tom Johnson, the network's former chief executive. Shaw was 82. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)AP
Walt Shepperd – The well-known local media personality who wrote for the Syracuse New Times and led the Media Unit died in May at 81
Henry Silva – The “Johnny Cool” actor who appeared in “The Manchurian Candidate” and “Ocean’s 11″ died Sept. 14 at 95
Tony Siragusa – The NFL lineman died June 22 at 55
Tony Sirico – “The Sopranos” actor died July 8 at 79
Tony Sirico at the premiere of the last season of "The Sopranos."Aristide Economopoulos | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Ronnie Spector – The Ronettes singer (“Be My Baby”) died Jan. 12 at 78
Ken Starr – The lawyer who led President Bill Clinton’s impeachment investigation died Sept. 13 at 76
Al Strobel – The actor who played the one-armed man on “Twin Peaks” died Dec. 2 at 83
Andre Leon Talley – The fashion legend and Vogue creative director died Jan. 18 at 73
Dax Tejera – The executive producer of ABC News’ “This Week” died Dec. 23 at 37
Joe Turkel – “The Shining” and “Blade Runner” actor died June 27 at 94
Gaspard Ulliel – The “Hannibal Rising” actor died Jan. 19 at 37
Frank Vallelonga Jr. – The “Green Book” actor, whose brother wrote the Oscar-winning film, died Nov. 28 at 60
Lenny Von Dohlen – The “Twin Peaks” actor died July 5 at 64
Tom Weiskopf – The golf legend, who won 16 PGA Tour titles, died Aug 21 at 79
Alan White – The drummer for Yes and John Lennon died May 26 at 72
Kathy Whitworth – The winningest golfer ever with 88 wins on the LPGA Tour died Dec. 24 at 83
Gerald Williams – The former New York Yankees outfielder died Feb. 8 at 55
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