February 19, 2022
Richard Belzer, 78
(August 4, 1944 – February 19, 2023)
Richard Belzer, an accomplished American actor, stand-up comedian, and author, passed away at the age of 78. Laraine Newman, a longtime friend and fellow comedian who had known Richard Belzer since their time together on Saturday Night Live in 1975, initially shared the news of his passing. Belzer was a remarkable figure in the entertainment industry, known for his iconic role as police detective John Munch in two long-running NBC shows, Homicide Life on the Street and Law & Order Special Victims Unit. Belzer's talent, humor, and unique perspective will be missed by his countless fans and colleagues alike.
Cause of death: unknown.
February 17, 2022
Stella Stevens, 84
(October 1, 1938 – February 17, 2023)
Stella Stevens, the Hollywood legend, passed away at the age of 84, leaving the entertainment industry in mourning. Her family confirmed that the actress had been receiving hospice care before her death. Stella Stevens began her acting career in 1959, starting with minor roles before becoming a leading lady and starring alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood. She appeared in notable films such as "Too Late Blues," "Girls Girls Girls," "The Nutty Professor," and "The Silencers," and also made memorable appearances on popular TV shows. Stella Stevens was not only a talented actress but also a renowned model, earning the title of Playmate of the Month in 1960 and being ranked at number 27 on Variety's list of the 100 Sexiest Stars of the 20th Century.
Cause of death: complications from Alzheimer's disease.
February 15, 2022
Raquel Welch, 82
(Sept. 5, 1940 – February 15, 2023)
American actress and international sex symbol, Raquel Welch, died at the age of 82 after a brief and serious illness, according to family members. Born Jo Raquel Tejada in Chicago in 1940, Welch began her acting career with minor roles before gaining recognition for her role in the film "One Million Years BC" in 1966. She went on to become one of the most sought-after actresses of the 1960s and 1970s, winning awards including the Golden Globe for Best Actress for her role in "The Three Musketeers." Welch also made appearances in popular TV series such as "Lois & Clark," "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," "Seinfeld," "Spin City," and "CSI: Miami." Throughout her life, she was married four times, with her last marriage to Richard Palmer lasting only five years.
Cause of death: unknown ( brief and serious illness).
February 7, 2022
Tonya Knight, 56
(March 24, 1966 – February 7, 2023)
Tonya Knight, a former bodybuilder, has passed away at 56 after a battle with cancer, according to Fitness Volt. She was a well-known personality in the bodybuilding community, having won two titles in 1991: the 1991 IFBB Grand Prix Italy and the 1991 Ms. International, considered the second most prestigious title in the sport. Knight was known for her great conditioning, excellent posing, and balanced proportions. She also made appearances on the TV show "American Gladiators" as the character Gold from 1989 to 1992. Knight is survived by her son Malachi.
Cause of death: cancer.
February 5, 2022
Demetrius Calip, 53
(November 18, 1969 – February 5, 2023)
Demetrius Calip, a former NBA player for the Los Angeles Lakers and a member of the 1989 NCAA championship-winning University of Michigan Wolverines basketball team, has passed away at 53. The cause of death is still unknown. Born in Flint, Michigan, Calip led the team in scoring, assists, and minutes during the 1990-1991 season. He was a teammate of Glen Rice, Terry Mills, Rob Pelinka, Eric Riley, and Gary Grant. The team was coached by Joe Czupek. Calip also appeared in the basketball films "Blue Chips" (1994) and "Eddie" (1996).
Cause of death: unknown.
February 2, 2022
Lanny Poffo, 68
(Dec. 28, 1954 – February 2, 2023)
Lanny Poffo, known as "Leaping" Lanny and "The Genius," passed away at 68. He was a Canadian-American wrestler, motivational speaker, poet, and actor who made a lasting impact on professional wrestling. He competed for NWA, WWF, and WCW, and won 2 Intercontinental Championships and a World Tag Team Championship. Lanny was recognized for his poetry, distinctive personality, and charitable work. He will always be remembered as a representative of professional wrestling.
Cause of death: unknown.
Jean-Pierre Jabouille, 80
(1 Oct. 1942 – 2 February 2023)
Jean-Pierre Jabouille, a former French Formula 1 driver, has passed away at 80. He was a Parisian who won the European Formula 2 championship in 1976 and had 49 F1 starts between 1975 and 1981, starting with the 1975 French Grand Prix for Tyrrell. Most of his races were with Renault, where he became synonymous and secured Renault's first-ever F1 victory at the 1979 French Grand Prix at Dijon-Prenois, making history as the first win for a turbocharged engine. Upon retiring from F1, he focused on sportscar racing in France.
Cause of death: unknown.
February 1, 2022
George P. Wilbur, 81
(March 6, 1941 – February 1, 2023)
Actor and stuntman George P. Wilbur has passed away at 81. The cause of death is yet to be determined. He was well-known for his roles in horror movies, particularly as Michael Myers in "Halloween 4" and "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers." Wilbur started as a stand-in for John Wayne and went on to perform stunts in films such as "Die Hard" and "Spider-Man" as well as horror classics like "Poltergeist," "Ghostbusters," and "A Nightmare on Elm Street 5." With over 100 credits, he was inducted into the Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame.
Cause of death: unknown.
January 30, 2022
Bobby Hull, 84
(January 3, 1939 – January 30, 2023)
The legendary Canadian ice hockey player Bobby Hull died on Monday at the age of 84, according to the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. He played in the NHL from 1957 to 1980 and is regarded as one of the league's all-time greatest scorers. He spent the majority of his time with Chicago, wearing their jersey from 1957 to 1972. He amassed 604 goals for Chicago during that time, making him the team's all-time leading scorer. The first player in NHL history to score more than 50 goals in a single season was Hull, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. Hull won the Stanley Cup in 1961 while playing for Chicago, breaking their 23-year winning streak.
Cause of death: unknown.
January 29, 2022
Annie Wersching, 45
(March 28, 1977 – January 29, 2023)
Annie Wersching died of cancer today. In the television series "24," she was most recognized for her portrayal as FBI agent Renee Walker. Wersching most recently returned to Star Trek in a considerably larger role in Season 2 of Star Trek: Picard, when she played the malevolent Borg Queen, ten years after initially appearing in a guest role in Star Trek: Enterprise. Wersching has also starred in popular TV shows such as 24, Bosch, and The Vampire Diaries. Away from television, Wersching played an important role in the expanding The Last of Us franchise.
Cause of death: cancer.
January 19, 2022
David Crosby, 81
(August 14, 1941 – January 19, 2023)
According to his relatives, David Crosby passed away. He was a folk rock pioneer and a founding member of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young. With the Byrds in 1991 and Crosby, Stills & Nash again in 1997, Crosby joined Stephen Stills and Graham Nash in being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Crosby's final record, "Live at the Capitol Theater," was published just a month ago. Crosby, who joined the Byrds as a founding member, provided guitar and harmony vocals for some of their most well-known tunes. In 1985, Crosby received a brief jail sentence for his extensive drug use, which had a disastrous effect on his career.
Cause of death: "long illness."
January 16, 2022
Gina Lollobrigida, 95
(4 July 1927 – 16 January 2023)
Gina Lollobrigida, one of the most beautiful women of all time, passed away at the age of 96. She was a sex symbol who will be remembered forever, as well as one of the most prominent European actresses of the 1950s and early 1960s. She became a photographer and sculptor after leaving the film industry. She worked with Humphrey Bogart, Frank Sinatra, and others. She has always been a female beauty icon that men have admired. The movie star was unquestionably accepted as the beauty standard of her time, with a narrow waist, "graphic" brows, and slanted eyes in perfect symmetry. She competed with Sofia Loren for the title of a sex symbol.
Cause of death: natural causes.
January 13, 2022
Robbie Knievel, 60
(May 7, 1962 – January 13, 2023)
Robbie Knievel, Evel Knievel's son and also known as Kaptain Robbie Knievel, died at the age of 60. After a long fight with pancreatic cancer, the daredevil died while in hospice. He followed in his father's footsteps by performing death-defying motorbike leaps, and notched up a total of 350 jumps in his lifetime. Robbie began his career at the age of eight when he performed his first show at Madison Square Garden alongside his father, Evel Knievel. Robbie's death was a shock to the world, as he was considered one of the greatest daredevils of all time.
Cause of death: pancreatic cancer.
January 12, 2022
Lisa Marie Presley, 54
(February 1, 1968 – January 12, 2023)
Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis and Priscilla Presley's only child, died at the age of 54 after being hospitalized unexpectedly on Thursday. Her 77-year-old mother announced Presley's death later that night. Presley was taken to the hospital from her home in Calabasas, California, after suffering a possible heart attack. Her mother asked people to remember her daughter in their prayers in a statement posted immediately after the news broke. The actress attended the Golden Globes with her mother two days before she was hospitalized, as part of the cast of Baz Luhrmann's acclaimed biopic Elvis. On the night, Austin Butler was named best actor in a motion picture drama for his depiction of the King.
Cause of death: cardiac arrest.
January 11, 2022
Ben Masters, 75
(May 6, 1947 – January 11, 2023)
American actor Ben Masters died on January 11 at Palm Springs' Eisenhower Medical Center. He was best recognized for his role as the rich Julian Crane in the long-running NBC soap serial Passions. The actor fought dementia for years before succumbing to COVID. Julian was his most significant and final role, which he played from 1999 to 2008. Hannah and Clea Lerner, nieces of Cheryl Lerner, Masters' sister, live in Los Angeles. At the actor's wish, no memorial or funeral service will be held.
Cause of death: COVID-19.
Carole Cook, 98
(January 14, 1924 – January 11, 2023)
Three days shy of her 99th birthday, Carole Cook (real name Mildred Frances Cook), who appeared in The Lucy Show and Sixteen Candles, passed away. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the renowned actress passed away in Beverly Hills on Wednesday at the age of 98 due to heart failure. Her husband Tom Troupe, who is 94, made the announcement. Carole Cook was a close friend and mentee of Lucille Ball, a legendary figure in Hollywood, and as a result, she frequently appeared on Here's Lucy and The Lucy Show.
Cause of death: heart failure.
Tatjana Patitz, 56
(25 March 1966 – 11 January 2023)
Tatjana Patitz, a supermodel who defined the 80s and 90s era of fashion, died at the age of 56. Tatjana's death was confirmed by her agent Corinne Nicolas of the Model CoOp agency, her death was reported to be due to breast cancer. Tatjana was known as one of the elite group of "original" supermodels, she graced the covers of countless magazines and appeared in George Michael's iconic "Freedom! '90" music video alongside other top models such as Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, and Cindy Crawford.
Cause of death: breast cancer.
January 5, 2022
Earl Boen, 81
(August 8, 1941 – January 5, 2023)
Earl Boen (81), the only actor other than Arnold Schwarzenegger to appear in all three Terminator films, died of lung cancer on Thursday in Hawaii. He was best known for his roles in The Terminator (1984), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), and Terminator: Dark Fate (2006) as criminal psychologist Dr. Peter Silberman (2019). According to a friend of Boen's and his family, the actor was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer in the fall of 2022.
Cause of death: lung cancer.
Russell Pearce, 75
(June 23, 1947 – January 5, 2023)
Former Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce died at the age of 75, according to his family. Pearce rose to national prominence as the primary sponsor of Arizona SB1070, a contentious anti-illegal immigration bill that was signed into law in 2010. Pearce, a Republican from Mesa, died this week after becoming ill at his Mesa home.
Cause of death: fall.
Quentin Williams, 39
(November 24, 1983 – January 5, 2023)
The governor of Connecticut announced that a state senator was killed in a two-vehicle wrong-way collision late on Wednesday night. Rep. Quentin "Q" Williams was 39 years old. Williams, a Middletown native who had lived there all of his life, was the city's first African American elected to the Connecticut General Assembly. The politician was killed in a wrong-way collision on Route 9 in Cromwell close to Exit 18. Williams was struck head-on by a car traveling the wrong way while she was traveling south, according to state police. According to state police, his car was "completely engulfed" in flames on the left shoulder. At the scene, he was identified as deceased.
Cause of death: traffic collision.
January 3, 2022
James D. Brubaker, 85
(March 30, 1937 – January 3, 2023)
American film producer, and production manager who began his career as a driver on John Wayne films and later produced films with Sylvester Stallone, Eddie Murphy, and Jim Carrey, passed away suddenly on Tuesday morning from a series of strokes. The 85-year-old Beverly Hills resident was. Before moving on to other endeavors, he worked as a production manager for "Rocky II," associate producer for "Rocky III," and executive producer for "Rocky IV." In the past, Brubaker oversaw the unit production of several films, including "New York, New York," "Staying Alive," "True Confessions," and "Comes a Horseman." He received a 1998 Primetime Emmy Award nomination and the 1999 Directors Guild of America Award for his work on the 1999 movie Gia. From 2003 to 2008, he also participated in executive supervising productions for Universal Pictures.
Cause of death: multiple strokes.
Walter Cunningham, 90
(March 16, 1932 – January 3, 2023)
Walter Cunningham, the last living Apollo 7 crew member, died Tuesday as a result of complications following a fall. He was 90. Cunningham was a lunar module pilot on the Apollo 7 mission, an 11-day journey around the Earth that was a critical milestone in NASA's march to the moon. Between October 11 and October 22, 1968, Apollo 7 was in Earth's orbit. He was NASA's third civilian astronaut (after Neil Armstrong and Elliot See), as well as a fighter pilot, scientist, entrepreneur, venture investor, and author of The All-American Boys in 1977. Cunningham received the NASA Distinguished Service Medal for his Apollo 7 mission in 2008. During the Korean War, Cunningham performed 54 flights as a night fighter pilot.
Cause of death: complications from a fall.
Frank Galati, 79
(November 29, 1943 – January 3, 2023)
Frank Galati, a Tony Award-winning Broadway director, actor, a respected lifetime Northwestern University teacher, a Steppenwolf and Goodman Theatre ensemble member, and a pioneer in the adaptation of novels and other narrative sources into the captivating theater, died Monday night at the age of 79. Galati had gone to Florida with his husband Peter Amster, but he had hardly taken a vacation from a profession that had established him as the city's most famous theatrical artist.
Cause of death: No cause of death was provided.
January 2, 2022
Ken Block, 55
(November 21, 1967 – January 2, 2023)
Ken Block, a pro rally driver (World RX, Rally America, Global Rallycross), and co-founder of DC Shoes were killed in a snowmobile accident on Monday, according to Hoonigan and local authorities. Block was riding on a steep slope near Woodland, Utah, when his snowmobile "overturned, landing on top of him," according to police. Block's YouTube channel has nearly 2 million subscribers, and he has over 7 million Instagram followers. Block was a co-founder of DC Shoes, which specializes in footwear for action sports and in which the Californian had previously competed. He began his career as a rally driver in 2005, and he would finish runner-up three times at the highest level of competition in his native America.
Cause of death: snowmobile accident.
Cliff Gustafson, 91
(February 12, 1931 – January 2, 2023)
According to his family, Cliff Gustafson, the renowned former head baseball coach of the Texas Longhorns who won 22 Southwest Conference titles and two national championships, passed away at the age of 91. According to his family, Gustafson passed away from congestive heart failure while he was sleeping on Monday morning. His.792 career winning percentage is second among significant college coaches. When he retired, his 1,466 career victories were the most; they are currently ranked seventh.
Cause of death: congestive heart failure.
January 1, 2022
Gangsta Boo, 43
(August 7, 1979 – January 1, 2023)
Gangsta Boo, an American rapper (Three 6 Mafia), died at the age of 43. She was discovered dead at her Memphis home around 4 p.m. on Sunday. The cause of her death is still unknown. Gangsta Boo, real name Lola Chantrelle Mitchell, was the Memphis hip-hop group's second female member before leaving in 2002. She previously collaborated with OutKast and has worked with celebrities such as Eminem.
Cause of death: still unknown at this time.
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