He was 65. The sitcom ran for a decade and was remade for the U.S. market as "All in the Family," with Rob Reiner playing Booth's counterpart. Police are investigating the death as a possible suicide. Bannon, the son of actors Bea Benaderet and Jim Bannon ("Red Ryder"), began racking up TV credits in the '60s. Glass appeared on the acclaimed sitcom, which ran from 1975 to 1982, for its entire run. He was 49. He was 96. The show ran from 1969 to 1976, and was the top-rated series the for the 1970-1971 season. Terrific" and appeared in six episodes of "Get Smart," playing Hymie, a handsome robot. Harris was 54. Bennington, 41, is survived by a spouse and six children, according to the site. Jan. 2, 2018: Daryl Dragon, half of the musical duo Captain & Tennille, has died. Dec. 28, 2017: Rose Marie, whose career spanned from vaudeville to the Twitter era, has died at age 94. April 30, 2019: Peter Mayhew, best known for playing Chewbacca in 'Star Wars,' has died. March 13, 2017: Tommy LiPuma, a five-time Grammy winner who produced albums by the likes of Barbra Streisand, Everything but the Girl, Willie Nelson, Miles Davis and Diana Krall, has died. 20 on the national pop charts. May 16, 2018: Joseph Campanella, a journeyman actor who appeared on screen for more than 50 years, has died. The German-born British actor had been suffering from vascular dementia, and the Sachs family kept his illness and death quiet until after services were concluded. The comedic actress had a durable career, later playing Grandma Yetta on "The Nanny" in the '90s and appearing this year in two episodes of the CBS comedy "Life in Pieces." Elizabeth Pena poses as she arrives for the Los Angeles premiere of "Nothing Like the Holidays," in Los Angeles on Dec. 3, 2008 . The Cuban-American actress was a recent guest star on 'Modern Family' but had a diverse career which also included directing. July 31, 2017: Jeanne Moreau, one of France's most acclaimed actresses, has died at age 89. He appeared with his mother on her hit program "Petticoat Junction," as well as such shows as "The Beverly Hillbillies, "Here's Lucy," "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Mannix." She also was a recognized voice through her commercial jingle work; she was heard on advertisements for Campbell's Soup and Michelob. He "died peacefully in his sleep with his friends and family close by," said a statement issued by his representative. His height made him a basketball natural, and Fingleton played college basketball in the United States for the University of North Carolina and the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. Later hits include "Amen Kind of Love" (No. The cause of death is unknown. Equally talented behind the scenes, he produced Whitney Houston's "You Give Good Love" and wrote "Love Come Down" and "Betcha She Don't Love You" for Evelyn "Champagne" King. After "Growing Pains," Thicke continued to appear on TV, as an actor, host and reality-TV personality. Blatty was 89. The comic, affectionately known as "Mr. The band's hits include "You Might Think," "Shake It Up" and Drive.". His debut album, "Surfer's Choice," appeared in 1962. He was 84. Hentoff wrote for the Village Voice for five decades, and contributed articles to the New Yorker and Down Beat magazine. Geils was found dead in his Groton, Mass., home; police issued that a preliminary investigation "indicates that Geils died of natural causes. He was 89. (1959), "Movin' On Broadway!" Christopher played the role for the show's 1972-1983 run, though actor George Morgan played the role in the pilot episode. Nov. 15, 2018: Roy Clark, a musician who became a household name as a host on TV's "Hee Haw," has died. For his stage work, he received both Olivier and Tony nominations for playing the title role in "King Charles III" in 2014-2016. He was perhaps best-known for his role as King Kaiser, an abrasive TV star in the 1982 comedy "My Favorite Year." She continued to work through the 1980s, appearing on such shows as "The Incredible Hulk," "Starsky and Hutch," "Medical Center" and "Peyton Place." She was 87. Wright was 75. The actress first appeared on screen in the 1940s. Her Broadway work included "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," "Lend Me an Ear," "Wonderful Town" and "The Vamp," but she will forever be Dolly Levi in Jerry Herman's "Hello, Dolly!" Loring posted on Facebook: "It is a shock. He was 90. Other hits included "Yah Mo B There," Just Once" and "One Hundred Ways." She appeared in such movies as The Dead Pool (1988), Nobody’s Fool (1986), and 8 Seconds (1994). In between, she starred in a 1982-1983 spin-off, "Joanie Loves Chachi," in which she co-starred with Scott Baio. Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley (which starred his sister, Penny Marshall) and Mork & Mindy (which introduced the world to Robin Williams) are among his other hit sitcoms. Masterson's biggest acting credit came in 1975's "The Stepford Wives," in which he played a husband who moves his unsuspecting wife (Katharine Ross) to a town with a terrifying secret. In filmmaker John Sayles' "Lone Star," she memorably portrayed a history teacher who rekindles a romance with an old flame, played by Chris Cooper. Recent guest spots have included "This Is Us," "Fuller House" and "Celebrity Wife Swap." He was 72. He also wrote for the screen: 1977's "The Goodbye Girl" received nine Oscar nominations, including one for his then-wife, star Marsha Mason (the film earned Richard Dreyfuss a Best Actor Oscar). June 4, 2017: Roger Smith, a handsome TV star who abandoned acting to guide the career of his wife, Ann-Margret, has died. In a statement announcing her death, French President Francois Hollande said that she was "a legend who marked numerous generations," according to the Associated Press. He was 81. He died from septicemia in Marbella, Spain, where he lived for part of the year. A superstar in the 1970s, he was also known for his highly-public personal life, which include romances with Dinah Shore, Sally Field and ex-wife Loni Anderson. With lyrics added to the tune, it became an even bigger standard, with versions recorded by Johnny Mathis, Vikki Carr, Shirley Bassey, Andy Williams and others. He racked up an impressive number of credits on the big screen, including "Suspect" and "Moonstruck" (both 1987), "Say Anything..." (1989), "Barton Fink" (1991) and "Reality Bites." Whitfield was 93. The group later split but would reappear in various incarnations throughout the years. She joined the Raymond Burr mystery "Ironside" in 1971 and stayed until the NBC show ended in 1975. He was 79. Feb. 7, 2017: Richard Hatch, a TV actor who became a heartthrob in the '70s thanks to "Battlestar Galactica," has died. Dubbed "The French Elvis," Hallyday's career began in the '50s, offering French-language versions of U.S. rock and roll hits. Trucks, who died in West Palm Beach, Fla., was 69. Bosé's death was met with an outpouring on social media from such stars as Laura Pausini, Alejandro Sanz and her uncle, who posted on Twitter: "Have a good trip Bimba, my accomplice, my partner, my love, my dear daughter." Jan. 21, 2017: Maggie Roche, a member of a musical family group that featured her two sisters, has died at age 65. Jan. 11, 2019: Fernando Luján, a Mexican actor whose career spanned seven decades, has died. The duo enjoyed its peak popularity during the first part of the century, with songs like "If You Ever Stop Loving Me," and "Back When I Knew It All." Hardin died in Huntington Beach, Calif. Sept. 30, 2017: Monty Hall, the original host of the television game show "Let's Make a Deal," has died of heart failure. The show was famous for its stars appearing nude on stage. Geraci later toured on the nostalgia circuit, but his career was halted in 2012 after he suffered a brain aneurysm, according to Fox 8 (WJW) in Cleveland. Moore was suffering from cancer, according to a statement from his family. The pair divorced in 2014 after relocating to Prescott; Tennille later wrote a best-selling book about their marriage. Money was 70 and recently diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer. It was a perfect fit for the actor, who stood 6-foot-6 and boasted a 48-inch chest. She was also a top concert and nightclub performer, equally at home at a Las Vegas casino or Carnegie Hall. She died at the Motion Picture and Television Fund retirement community in Los Angeles. 24 Apr to 20 Nov 2020. from 28.60 €. He was 78. She was married to producer and talent agent Paul Kohner; their daughter, Susan Kohner, earned an Oscar nomination for the 1959 film "Imitation of Life." The Canadian-born Tapp died in Ontario, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Her first book, "Scruples," was published when she was 50 and became a No. July 20: Chester Bennington, the Phoenix native who rose to fame as the leader of Linkin Park, has committed suicide. CONCERT - FRENCH POP. Sept. 15, 2017: Harry Dean Stanton, noted Hollywood character actor, died at age 91 in Los Angeles. Puri studied acting at the leading Film and Television Institute of India and the National School of Drama. Survivors include her husband, Chuck Cannon; and three children. Dodd was knighted last year, becoming Sir Ken Dodd. Honest, genuine talent.’’. He also returned to his role as Healey for two "Jeannie" TV movie spin-offs in 1985 and 1991. VerPlanck's debut album, "I Think of You With Every Breath I Take," was released in 1955. May 14, 2018: Tom Wolfe, the popular and innovative author of such modern classics as "The Bonfire of the Vanities" and "The Right Stuff," has died. "However, I knew the series was going to be good, and I didn't have to prove myself as a star." Bochco was diagnosed with leukemia in 2014 and received a stem-cell transplant. Between 1978 and 1990, Hardy played the eccentric veterinarian Siegfried Farnon in "All Creatures Great and Small," a popular TV series based on James Herriot's books about rural life in the Yorkshire Dales. 1 for six weeks. ""She lived and worked with an extraordinary grace," "Absolutely Fabulous" star and creator Jennifer Saunders said. Hall, along with writer and producer Stefan Hatos, created "Let's Make a Deal" in 1963. A cause of death was not released. Johnston was 58. Other production work includes Manchester's "Don't Cry Out Loud" album and Syreeta's "One to One." Casey played wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers and the Los Angeles Rams before returning to Bowling Green State University to get a master's degree in fine arts. The latter performance became his signature role, though he lost out on the Oscar to Robert De Niro in "Raging Bull." He recorded and toured with the group, known for their lush harmonies, from 1961 to 1973. 2 in Billboard in 1980. Jan. 30, 2018: Mark Salling, who starred as bad boy Noah "Puck" Puckereman on TV's "Glee," was found dead on Tuesday morning, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Natasha St-Pier also offered as a trainer for the next and 3rd months of The Tone of voice Belgique. He died after a short illness, according to Billboard. Moran was 56. His visibility increased after his work on the top-selling "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Jan. 31, 2017: Frank Pellegrino, an actor who appeared on "The Sopranos," has died. She survives Bannon, who was 77. Baur gradually exited the industry to focus on her family, though she returned for the 1993 reunion film "The Return of Ironside." July 25, 2017: Hywel Bennett, a British actor who first came to public attention in the '60s playing wide-eyed young men, has died at age 73. Natasha St-pier’s birth flower is Violet. Jan. 13, 2017: Dick Gautier, a comic actor who starred on Broadway and was a constant presence on game shows in the 70s, has died. His death was reported by Variety. He was 67. Nov. 24, 2016: Mexican actor and TV personality Renato Lopez has died at age 33, according to a statement released by the Mexico State Attorney General's Office. Aug. 19, 2016: Jack Riley, who played a counseling client on "The Bob Newhart Show" and also voiced a character on Nickelodeon's animated "Rugrats," died Friday. May 15, 2019: Isaac Kappy, held small roles in "Thor" and "Terminator Salvation", May 13, 2019: Doris Day, the beloved singer and actress who was a superstar. Most recently, he appeared in two episodes of "Game of Thrones." She died Dec. 15, 2017, but her family did not release the information until Jan. 4, 2018. Billboard reports that he died after a brief illness; he was 80. The group's last major hit was 1985's "Frankie," which reached No. Sept. 3, 2018: Jeb Rosebrook, a screenwriter whose credits include 1972's "Junior Bonner" with Steve McQueen and the 1979 space epic "The Black Hole," has died. ", "She was a role model, a truly extraordinary performer and an inspiration in every sense of the word," the network said in a statement. She appeared on the program from 1955-1958; during her time with Disney, she also starred in the studio's big-screen "Westward Ho, the Wagons!" April 29, 2018: Robert Mandan, a versatile character actor who found fame playing philandering Chester Tate on the ABC sitcom "Soap," has died. The actress, who was in Peru to take part in a modeling event, was found dead in her hotel room. Sept. 25, 2016: Musician Kashif, an R&B hitmaker in the '80s, has died at age 59, according to music-industry publication Billboard. Feb. 12, 2018: Daryle Singletary, a traditional country singer who enjoyed great success in the mid '90s, has died. He later worked at A&M Records as a producer, where he oversaw records by Chris Montez and Claudine Longet. A familiar face to TV viewers, he guest-starred on such programs as "Fantasy Island," "Police Story," "L.A. Law" and "Murder, She Wrote." Despite his film work, Wilson found his greatest fame later in life playing good-hearted Hershel Greene in "The Walking Dead" from 2011 to 2014. John Gavin plays Sam Loomis in Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho.". Anspach, a lovely blonde actress who could do both comedy and drama, enjoyed a breakthrough in 1970's "Five Easy Pieces" with Jack Nicholson. Mandan, whose death was first reported by the Hollywood Reporter on June 3, 2018, was 86. The British actor starred as the warlock physician who was summoned by Samantha Stephens with the memorable cry: "Calling Dr. Bombay, calling Dr. Bombay. Starring with Craig Stevens, the 1958-1961 show put her on the cover of TV Guide and earned her an Emmy nomination. This year, she was the subject of "Wait for Your Laugh," a documentary that looked at "the longest career in showbiz history.". Four years later, Glaser topped the Billboard country chart as a solo act with "You're Gettin' to Me Again." and "Everybody Loves Raymond," has died. The character, a naive, innocent man who spoke broken English, later got his own TV series, "The Bill Dana Show." Singletary was 46 and died at his home in Lebanon, Tenn., according to publicist Don Murry Grubbs. She was 25. Among his best-known works as a producer: Streisand's "The Way We Were" album (1974); Benson's "This Masquerade," the 1976 Record of the Year at the Grammys; and Natalie Cole's "Unforgettable ... with Love," which was named Album of the Year at the Grammys while the single "Unforgettable" earned Record of the Year. Sept. 30, 2019: Jessye Norman, a glamorous opera diva who broke barriers in her career, has died. He died Thursday of cancer, according to his managers. This title is a cover of Aimer c'est tout donner as made famous by Natasha St-Pier. March 21, 2017: Chuck Barris, who became a star as the zany host of the '70s favorite "The Gong Show," has died at age 87. Balin played guitar and sang in the seminal psychedelic '60s band from 1965 to 1971. Hale was married to actor Bill Williams, whom she met in 1945 while making the film "West of the Pecos." Violet symbolizes faith, valor, wisdom, valued friendship, … He was 87. She later acted, appearing in "Cast Away" (2000) and starring on Broadway in "Ring of Fire." "Saturday Night" topped the Billboard Hot 100 in 1976, selling more than a million copies. June 17, 2016: Actor Ron Lester, best-remembered for his role as an obese high-school football player in the 1999 film "Varsity Blues," has died. 3 in England and No. He was 85. The actor, 71, died after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Hale appeared in the iconic mystery series from 1957 to 1966, winning an Emmy as best actress in 1959. Many will recognize his iconic song "1984's "Hallelujah," which was famously covered by Jeff Buckley in 1994. He announced his retirement from music in 2014. She was 60. 1 on the Billboard 200 and sold more than 3 million copies, powered by the title track (No. Born William James Myers, the athlete had a master's degree from Central Michigan University and worked as a teacher and coach before becoming a WWE villain. Corey remained active in the 2000s, appearing on Broadway in a 2004 revival of "Sly Fox" (pictured). The British bassist and singer also appeared on discs by Bryan Ferry, Uriah Heep and Brian Eno. The actor, who was born in Evansville, Ind., began appearing on TV in the early '70s, nabbing guest spots on such programs as "The Streets of San Francisco," "All in the Family," "Maude" and "Good Times." The actress, who was 89, died in a Paris clinic after a long illness. She was 84. June 15, 2017: Bill Dana, a nightclub comic whose character Jose Jimenez became a national sensation, has died. If you see comments in violation of our community guidelines, please report them. July 18, 2019: David Hedison, a handsome, versatile actor who played a doomed scientist in the 1958 sci-fi classic "The Fly," has died. Natasha St-Pier (10 de febrer de 1981 a Bathurst, Nova Brunswick) és una cantant canadenca d'origen acadià establerta a França. Her 2003 album L’Instant d’apres reached #6 on Belgium, #3 in France, and #14 in Switzerland. Oct. 24, 2017: Fats Domino, one of the pioneers of rock and roll, has died at age 89. April 21, 2019: Ken Kercheval, who starred as J.R. Ewing's rival on the prime-time soap "Dallas," has died. Tovar's grandsons, Chris and Paul Weitz, are well-known directors ("About a Boy," "American Pie"). He also gained acclaim as a serious actor, starring recently in such films as "The Man on the Train" (2002) and "Vengeance" (2009). Aug. 16, 2018: Aretha Franklin, the beloved "Queen of Soul," has died at 76. According to the Hollywood Reporter, he died of complications from diabetes. The show made Walker a star, and he also appeared in such films as "The Dirty Dozen," "Send Me No Flowers" and "Fort Dobbs." A turbulent personal life brought him great notoriety, including a tempestuous marriage to actress Sylvie Vartan and two suicide attempts. June 3, 2016: Muhammad Ali, widely hailed as the greatest heavyweight boxer in the sport's history, passed away at the age of 74 in Scottsdale, after being hospitalized a day earlier with a respiratory issue. On the big screen, he could be seen in "V for Vendetta," ''Gangs Of New York" and the James Bond thriller "Quantum Of Solace." His death first was reported by the Spokesman-Review in Idaho. Vance spent 45 years as an anchor at the NBC affiliate in Washington, D.C., becoming a fixture to viewers. She later served as a publicist for musician Frank Zappa and posed for the men's magazine Gallery with nothing on except her mouse ears. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. "To get the local right, you have to get how people made a living, how they got paid, how they didn't get paid, and to be able to bring it to life.". Although he is the group's second drummer (he replaced Jim Masdea), he is heard on the group's first two albums. In his 2005 memoir, "Tab Hunter Confidential: The Making of a Movie Star," Hunter recounted the stresses of being a love object to millions of young women when he was, in reality, a gay man. Natasha St-Pier tour dates and tickets 2021-2022 near you. She passed peacefully in her sleep according to her Facebook page. Singletary's self-titled debut album, released in 1995, spun off two major hits: "I Let Her Lie" reached No. With a 60-year-long resume, Stanton appeared in more than 200 movies and TV shows, creating memorable roles in films like "Repo Man," "Godfather II," "Pretty in Pink" and "Escape from New York.". His "If I Ever Lose This Heaven" was recorded by the likes of the Average White Band, Nancy Wilson, Sergio Mendes and Quincy Jones, who cut a version with Al Jarreau, Minnie Riperton and Ware on vocals. Domestic Television Distribution. Vance was was 75 years old. Read or Share this story: https://www.azcentral.com/story/entertainment/people/2014/10/16/elizabeth-pena-modern-family-actress-obit/17349521/. "Tu trouveras" (English translation: "You Will Find") is the name of a 2002 song recorded by the Canadian singer Natasha St-Pier, composed by Pascal Obispo and written by Lionel Florence. She was the daughter of country singer Red Foley. His TV career started on "The Lawrence Welk Show;" later came more than 50 appearances on Johnny Carson's "The Tonight Show" and 56 record albums. 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Gilardi also handled the career of Annette Funicello (pictured), his wife from 1965 to their divorce in 1981. She was 64. Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, to Cuban immigrant parents, Pena's Hollywood career spanned four decades and included roles in such movies as "La Bamba," ''Down and Out in Beverly Hills," ''Jacob's Ladder" and "Rush Hour." He also appeared in episodes of "Freaks and Geeks" and "Popular," as well as in the films "Good Burger" and "Not Another Teen Movie." Find information on all of Natasha St-Pier’s upcoming concerts, tour dates and ticket information for 2021-2022. May 22, 2017: Dina Merrill, a sophisticated blonde actress with a long film and TV career, has died at 93. His first TV hit was The Odd Couple. Rochefort was 87. The actor had an affinity for the works of Neil Simon, starring in the playwright's "Chapter Two," "Brighton Beach Memoirs," "I Ought to Be in Pictures," "Broadway Bound" and the 2010 revival of "Promises, Promises." Jan. 23, 2017: Bimba Bosé, a model, singer, actress and TV personality, has died after a two-year fight with breast cancer. Aug. 5, 2019: Toni Morrison, an author and storyteller whose awards included the Pulitzer Prize, the Nobel Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, has died. The actor's other films include "Green Room" and the 2011 remake of "Fright Night." Lewis also starred in 'The Bellboy' and 'The Nutty Professor' and hosted the Labor Day telethon for decades. Dec. 17, 2018: Penny Marshall, who went from being a comic actress to a successful director, has died at age 75. Oct. 10, 2016: Gonzalo Vega, a popular Mexican actor who first appeared on screen in 1969, has died after a battle with a form of bone marrow cancer. He also appeared in the 1963 film "Beach Party" with Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon; he later appeared in "Muscle Beach Party" (1964) and "Back to the Beach" (1987) with the duo. That same year, she landed the female lead in the CBS Western "Lancer," which ran for two seasons. Wilson was 81. and "The Burning Hills," has died. Her death was confirmed by her brother-in-law, actor Sanjay Kapoor. Starr later recorded several acclaimed albums for Capitol Records, including "Movin'!" Dec. 28, 2018: Ray Sawyer, the eyepatch-wearing singer from the '70s band Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, has died. Tovar, seen in 2006, died in Los Angeles, according to the Washington Post. In a career that spanned more than 50 years, Neville won two Grammys and the Meters earned a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. The crash occurred in Medford, N.J.; the duo was scheduled to perform there tonight. Vega's two daughters, Zuria and Marimar, are both TV actresses. The character proved popular and was spun off to her own show, "The Facts of Life," in which the character now served as a housemother at a girls' boarding school. Along with Francis Lai, Barouh wrote the the title song to the classic 1966 film "A Man and a Woman," in which he also appeared. Campanella received an Emmy nomination in 1968 for his work on the first season of "Mannix." Aug. 6, 2016: Pete Fountain, a Dixieland clarinet player who achieved great popularity in the '50s and '60s thanks to his swinging musical style, has died. Her greatest success came as nightclub singer Edie Hart, girlfriend to the title character in NBC's "Peter Gunn." Belvedere." His final Broadway appearance came in 2012, when he starred in "The Lyons" opposite Linda Lavin. Ballard was 93. And as a movie director, he helmed "The Trip to Bountiful," for which Geraldine Page won an Oscar. A contract player at Warner Bros., her early credits include "The Big Sleep" (1946) and "Night and Day" (1946). As a performer, the handsome Bologna often projected a tough New York edge (he was born in Brooklyn). Later performances included "Brian's Song" (1971); "Cleopatra Jones" (1973), "The Man Who Fell to Earth" (1976) and "I'm Gonna Get You Sucka" (1988). Later came "NYPD Blue" (1993-2005), which earned more acclaim and landed Bochco his 10th Emmy Award. Feb. 26, 2017: Judge Joseph Wapner, who rose to fame as the original host of "The People's Court," has died at age 97. The couple, who was married until Williams' death in 1992, had three children, including actor William Katt. Fuentes was celebrating his 45th birthday with friends when the shooting occurred, the Associated Press reports. He was 82. Shepard's first hit single, 1953's "A Dear John Letter," was a duet with Ferlin Husky. June 27, 2017: Michael Nyqvist, a Swedish actor who starred in the original "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" trilogy, has died at age 56. Survivors include two children. Feb. 18, 2017: Clyde Stubblefield, a drummer who provided the beat for such James Brown classics as "Cold Sweat," "Mother Popcorn" and "I've Got the Feelin'," has died. The "Laverne & Shirley" star was due to complications for diabetes. The singer's biggest hits include ''Perdóname," "Ayudadme," "El Amor de Mi Vida" and "Amor Mío, Qué Me Has Hecho." Smith was 89; her publicist told Variety that she suffered from heart failure. He was 83. Jan. 22, 2018: Trumpeter Hugh Masekela has died at age 78 after a decade-long fight with cancer. Sept. 25, 2016: Influential honky-tonk singer Jean Shepard, a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, has died at age 82. Pigott-Smith was already a veteran of stage and screen when he came to international attention as a sadistic police officer in British-controlled India in the 1980s miniseries "The Jewel in the Crown." The Soundgarden singer was found on the bathroom floor of his hotel room following a concert in Detroit. He was 69. C F G C Puisqu'il faut dire, puisqu'il faut parler de soi F G C Am Puisque ton coeur ne brûle plus comme autrefois F G C Même si l'amour, je crois, ne se dit pas F G C Mais puisqu'il faut Oct. 14, 2019: The body of K-pop singer Sulli was found at her home in Seongnam just south of Seoul. Sept. 7, 2018: Rapper Mac Miller died at age 26. A flutist, Thomas wrote several songs for the band, including "Legend of a Mind" and "Veteran Cosmic Rocker." The show earned him four Emmy nominations. Ingram was 66. He was 51. Feb. 16, 2017: George "The Animal" Steele, a WWE Hall of Famer, has died. August 2019: Kip Addotta, a comedian who made more than 20 appearances on Johnny Carson's "The Tonight Show" in the '70s and '80s, has died. The cause of death was a heart attack, his son, Michael Solomon, told the Sacramento Bee. The show's lyrics were written by Adolph Green, her husband from 1960 to 2002.