Celebrity Deaths

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"Honest, witty and kind. The world will be a little less funny without him now he had run down the curtain and joined the choir invisible."
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The actor, who was dubbed "the next Billy Elliot," appeared on TV shows "In Plain Sight" and "Retribution."
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The death of Auberjonois, who played Odo on "Deep Space Nine," was mourned by William Shatner and George Takei.
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The "Lucid Dreams" rapper died in a hospital after experiencing a seizure in Chicago's Midway airport, according to reports.
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Lindsay Lohan, who once dated the restaurant mogul, wrote, "best friends. best life."
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The Cars singer and his supermodel wife announced they had "peacefully separated" in 2018. He died in September at age 75.
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Regina King, Marlon Wayans, Ice Cube and others say heartfelt goodbyes to the comedian.
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The late actor played Nog, the alien who so badly wanted to join Starfleet and got his chance.
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Jaymes was an elementary school teacher before embarking on a prolific adult film career that took an entrepreneurial turn.
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"A very cool cat," Thomas Dolby wrote of The Cars frontman, who died at age 75.
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He had more than 11 million subscribers and his "legacy will live on in the channel," a statement read.
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The Dutch actor excelled in horror roles and played the corporate baddie in "Batman Begins."
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The internet personality's "10 Reasons Why" videos were a big hit.
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'80s sitcom fans will always remember his Willie Tanner, who adopted a furry and funny alien.
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The Mississippi man had been seeking at least one more spouse on the reality show to form a "strong family."
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She performed in Wrestlemania, and also was a "Survivor" contestant and Playboy model.
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She starred on British children's television and appeared in the movie "Cloud Atlas" with Tom Hanks and Halle Berry.
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The country star mourned the death of his "all time favorite singer."
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He had the potential "to be the next Garth Brooks" his manager said.
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"90210" co-star Ian Ziering, who played the son of Jed Allan's Rush Sanders, said "he was a great guy to work with."