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This is terrible news. What a talent. And too damn young. RIP.
Was it suicide? I really hope not...
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I hope not, too. Sad for anyone to think that was their only option.
Could have been stroke, aneurysm, heart attack, or a drug overdose. also he could have had a disease that only he and his friends and family knew about.
Sad to hear. His work was great. Died too young, RIP
RIP very young
man i can hear Cathey's voice in my head clear as day, especially from Special Victims Unit
R.I.P. Jóhann Jóhannsson.
R.I.P. John Gavin.
R.I.P. Reg E. Cathey.
Vic Damone has gone on https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/12/obituaries/vic-damone-singer-dies.html
Hats off to another great one
RIP Vic Damone
Billy Graham dead at 99.
Honestly I had no idea he was still going.
Still a respectable age.
Actress Nanette Fabray has died at 97. She was best known as the matriarch to Mary Richards on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and to Ann Romano on the original version of "One Day At a Time":
RIP Nanette Fabray
Actress Emma Chambers has died aged 53. Known for playing Alice Tinker in the BBC's The Vicar of Dibley.
The Doncaster-born star also had roles in Notting Hill and the TV adaptation of Martin Chuzzlewit.
Chambers, who died from natural causes on Wednesday evening, would be "greatly missed", her agent John Grant said.
A lot of thought given by Clarkson there, god I depise that man.
Bud Luckey, Oscar-nominated animator who designed Woody for 'Toy Story,' dies at 83
Luckey died after an extended illness Saturday at a hospice facility in Newtown, Connecticut, his son, Andy, told The Hollywood Reporter.
Luckey also provided the voices of Rick Dicker, the head of the Superhero Relocation Program, in The Incredibles (2004), and of the broken-hearted Chuckles the Clown in Toy Story 3 (2010).
Well, that may explain why he wasn't voicing Rick Decker again. Health may not have been the best. RIP to a legend.
Benjamin Melniker, One of the Men Who Brought Batman to the Big Screen, Has Died