Celebrity Death

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‘Dallas’ Star Larry Hagman Dies At 81

Larry Hagman, the villainous J.R. Ewing of “Dallas,” passed away at the age of 81 on Friday, Nov. 23rd.


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Remembering Andy Williams With His Biggest Hits

Iconic singer Andy Williams passed away on Tuesday. Remember his music and legacy with some of his biggest hits.


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Public Viewing Planned For Michael Clarke Duncan

A public memorial in honor of actor Michael Clarke Duncan is planned for this Sunday.


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Celebrities Pay Tribute To Actor Michael Clarke Duncan

Celebrities took to Twitter on Monday to pay tribute to Oscar-nominated actor Michael Clarke Duncan, who passed away at the age of 54.


30th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Mission

Remembering Neil Armstrong: 1930-2012

Remember the life and legacy of astronaut Neil Armstrong through vintage photos of the moon landing and more during his career with NASA!


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Phyllis Diller’s Best Classic One Liners

In honor of Phyllis Diller’s memory and legacy, remember the wild comic’s best one liners!


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Director Tony Scott Dies After Jumping From Bridge

‘Top Gun’ director Tony Scott died after jumping from an LA bridge Sunday night. Read the full details, plus celebrity reactions to his death here.


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‘Welcome Back Kotter’ Star Ron Palillo Dies

The actor who played “Horshack” on ‘Welcome Back Kotter’ passed away at his Palm Beach Gardens home this morning.


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Oscar-Winning Composer Marvin Hamlisch Dies At 68

Oscar-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch has passed away at the age of 68. Take a look back on his incredible musical legacy.


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Remembering Sherman Hemsley: ‘Jeffersons’ Star Dies At 74

Star of ‘The Jeffersons’ has passed away at the age of 74. Remember some of Sherman Hemsley’s best moments as George Jefferson.