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Legendary Film Critic Roger Ebert Dies at 70

Quite possibly the most recognizable and beloved movie critic of all time, Roger Ebert, passed away earlier today after a long battle with thyroid and salivary gland cancer that left him unable to speak for the last few years of his life

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‘Diff’rent Strokes’ Star Conrad Bain Dead at 89

Like his co-star Gary Coleman before him, Conrad Bain, one of TV's most beloved icons, has sadly passed on. The long-time star of legendary TV sitcom 'Diff'rent Strokes' is reported to have died this week of unknown causes at the age of 89. No details of Bain's death have been released to the public as of yet.

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Jazz Legend Dave Brubeck Dies at Age 91

Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck has died at the age of 91. Brubeck is best known for 'Take Five,' his 1959 recording on the album 'Time Out' that sold over a million copies—the first jazz single to do so.

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Larry Hagman, aka ‘Dallas” J.R. Ewing, Passed Away at 81

One of television's longest working actors and most memorable villains has died.

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‘Sons of Anarchy’ Star Johnny Lewis Dead at 28

Very sad news to report this morning, particularly sad for fans of FX's motorcycle drama 'Sons of Anarchy,' as we've just learned that one-time series star Johnny Lewis has died under somewhat mysterious circumstances. The actor was known to play Kip "Half-Sack" eps on the first two seasons of the hit biker series, before requesting to be released from his contract, which 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter obliged by killing off the character.

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R.I.P. Andy Williams: “Moon River” Singer Dies at 84

Andy Williams, the man who famously lent his voice to the Oscar-winning song "Moon River" from 'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' passed away on Tuesday after a long battle with bladder cancer.

Williams first made his cancer public knowledge in November 2011 when he made the announcement on stage at the Andy Williams Moon River Theater. But he assured fans that he wanted to fight it and that he didn't consider the diagnosis a "death sentence."

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NFL Films President Steve Sabol Dead at 69

Steve Sabol, the president of NFL Films who helped document pro football as it became the most popular sport in America, died Tuesday at age 69 after an 18-month fight against brain cancer.

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First Man on the Moon Neil Armstrong Dead at Age 82

 

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The first person to set foot on the Earth’s moon, Neil Armstrong passed away today (Aug. 25) due to complications resulting from cardiovascular procedures. He was 82.

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