The actor and brother of Jane Fonda had lung cancer, his family said.
Morrison, who dedicated her career to centering the lives and histories of African Americans, won both the Nobel Prize in Literature and the Pulitzer Prize.
The director was famous for "Dont Look Back" (which spotlighted a young Bob Dylan), "Monterey Pop" and "The War Room."
"She lit up our lives with her love, her peals of laughter and her generous spirit."
He had more than 11 million subscribers and his "legacy will live on in the channel," a statement read.
While working for Disney, Taylor also met her husband Wayne Allwine, who had voiced Mickey Mouse since 1977.
Kraft created NASA’s Mission Control and made split-second white-knuckle decisions from the first daring Mercury mission to the triumphant moon landings.
Poppa Funk was a member of the Meters and the Neville Brothers.
Fictional prosecutor Adam Schiff, played by actor Steven Hill on the long-running television series “Law & Order,” was modeled after Morgenthau.
Petrus, whose three-year NFL career included a Super Bowl win, died of a heat stroke after working outside at his family shop in Arkansas.
Stevens led the court's effort to provide legal protections for prisoners at Guantanamo Bay.
The internet personality's "10 Reasons Why" videos were a big hit.
The former child actress was immortalized in the 1971 film as the girl Violet, who turned into a blueberry.
The actor earned Oscar and Tony nominations as well as an Emmy Award.
The billionaire ran for president twice as a third-party candidate.
The "Jessie" and "Descendants" actor died due to "an ongoing medical condition," a family spokesperson told ABC News on Saturday.
The singer and guitarist is considered one of the fathers of the genre of Brazilian music.
The Emmy-winning comedian was most familiar as Wolfgang, the German soldier, whose catchphrase was “Very interesting...”
The famed American automotive executive, known as the “Father of the Mustang,” was the president of Ford Motor Company and later became CEO of Chrysler.