Roger Perry, an actor who has starred in such shows as Star Trek, The Facts of Life and Ironside, died at the age of 85.
Perry died Thursday after a fight against prostate cancer at his home in Indian Wells, California, telling actor's daughter The Hollywood Reporter.
Guest performers in the 1950s and 1960s include Perry's "Andy Griffith Show," "Ironside," "The FBI," "The Munsters," "The Facts of Life," and "Falcon Crest." He also starred in the short-lived series "Harrigan and Son" alongside Georgine Darcy and Pat O'Brien.
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His films include Follow The Boys, Rollerboogie, The Two Heads, Cat and Count Yorga.
Perry also played host on the original "Star Trek" as Captain John Christopher, an Air Force pilot who comes aboard the Enterprise when it is transported back in time through the 1960s.
He leaves behind his wife, "Mary Tyler Moore" actress Joyce Bulifant, daughter Dana Perry McNerney, brother Nick, as well as several children and grandchildren.

Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2018 (photo)

In the middle of the year, we have already lost some stars in Hollywood. Here is a list of some celebrities and industry connoisseurs from film, television, music and sports who passed away in 2018.

Jon Paul tax
Steuer, a former child actor starring in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and most recently under the stage name Jonny Jewels for the rock band P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S. played, died on January 1. He was 33 years old.
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Mark Tenser
Tenser, president and CEO of B-Movie Studio's Crown International Pictures, died on January 1st. At his request, his age was not disclosed.
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Frank Buxton
Buxton, a writer and director best known for his work on "The Odd Couple" and "Happy Days," died on January 2. He was 87.
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Donnelly Rhodes
The Canadian actor Donnelly Rhodes, the chief medical officer at the "Battlestar Galactica" restart. Sherman Cottle played, died on January 8. He was 80 years old.

John Thompson
Thompson, a major film producer and production manager at Millennium Films, died on January 9 after a fight against leukemia. He was 71.
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"Fast" Eddie Clark
Motörhead guitarist "Almost" Eddie Clarke died on January 10 at the age of 67 after being hospitalized for pneumonia. He was the last living member of the band's 1976-1982 band.
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Dolores O & Riordan
The lead singer of the Irish rock group The Cranberries, known for hits like "Linger", "Dreams" and "Zombie", died January 15th at the age of 46. She suddenly died during her shoot in London.
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Hugh Wilson
Wilson, director of the film comedies "Police Academy" and "The First Wives Club" and creator of the successful television series "WKRP In Cincinnati" died on 16 January. He was 74 years old.
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Simon Shelton
The British actor who portrayed Tinky Winky on "Teletubbies", Simon Shelton – who also bore the name Simon Barnes – died on January 17. He was 52 years old.
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Peter Wyngarde
Wyngarde, the British cult actor who was Mike Myer's inspiration for Austin Powers, died on January 18th. He was 90.

Dorothy Malone
Dorothy Malone, an Old Hollywood glamor queen who won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for "Written on the Wind" in 1956 and starred in "Peyton Place" and "Basic Instinct", died of natural causes on January 19th. She was 92.

Olivia Cole
Cole, the Emmy winner of the miniseries "Roots," died January 19 at her home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. She was 75.
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Fredo Santana
Santana, a Chicago rapper who came with his cousin Chief Keef, died on January 20. No cause of death was immediately revealed, but Santana was hospitalized in October with kidney and liver failure. He was 27.

Connie Sawyer
Sawyer, a late-flowering actress featured in "When Harry Met Sally" and "Pineapple Express," died on January 22nd. She was 105 years old and the oldest working member of the Screen Actors Guild.
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Lari white
The country singer, known for her songs "Now I Know" and "That & # 39; s My Baby," as well as an actress who appeared in "Cast Away" and "No Regrets" died on January 23rd a fight against cancer. She was 52.

Ursula K. Le Guin
The acclaimed fantasy and science-fiction author whose works include "Tales From Earthsea" and "Lathe of Heaven" died on January 23 at their home in Portland, Oregon. She was 88 years old.
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Joel Taylor
Taylor, a star of the Discovery Channel reality show "Storm Chasers," died on January 23rd. He was 38.

Ezra Sverdlov
Swerdlow, a New York-based film producer from The First Wives Club and with additional credits on Spaceballs, Alien 3, Tootsie, and more, died of pancreatic cancer and ALS complications in Boston on January 23. He was 64.
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Mark E. Smith
The singer of the prolific British post-punk band The Fall died on January 24 at his home. He was 60.
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John Morris
Morris, a composer who worked on "Blazing Saddles", "Young Frankenstein" and many other Mel Brooks films, died on January 25th. He was 91 years old.
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Mark Salling
Actor Mark Salling, known for playing puck on "Glee", was found dead near a river bed in Sunland, California on January 30. Salling's death came when he waited for conviction in March after pleading guilty to child pornography last October. The actor was 35.
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Louis Zorich
Actor Louis Zorich, star of "Mad About You" and "Fiddler on the Roof", died on January 30th. He was married since 1962 with "Moonstruck" star Olympia Dukakis. He was 93 years old.
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Ann Gillis
Actress Ann Gillis, a former child star during Hollywood's Golden Age and starred in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, died January 31. She was 90 years old.

Rasal butler
Former NBA star Rasual Butler was killed on January 31 in a car accident. He was 38 years old.
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Dennis Edwards
Edwards, the lead singer of the Motown soul group The Temptations between 1968 and 1984, died on February 2, just one day before his 75th birthday.
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John Mahoney
Actor John Mahoney, who played Martin Crane on Frasier and also starred in Moonstruck and Tin Men, died on February 4th. He was 77 years old.
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Mickey Jones
Jones, an actor known for roles in Total Recall and Sling Blade, died on February 7 after a "long illness." He was 76.
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Jill Messick
Messick, an experienced studio manager, producer and former manager of actress and activist Rose McGowan, committed suicide on 8 February. Messick's family made a devastating statement: "Our new culture of sharing information freely and the willingness to accept statements as fact," citing the struggle between Rose McGowan and Harvey Weinstein, which also ensnared Messick. She was 50.
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Reg E. Cathey
Cathey, the Emmy winner known for his work on The Wire and House of Cards, died on February 9th. He was 59 years old.
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John Gavin
Gavin, an actor who starred in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Spartacus, died on 9 February. He was 86.
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Jóhann Jóhannsson
Jóhannsson, a celebrated Oscar nominee and up-and-coming Icelandic film composer known for his work on "Sicario," "Arrival," and "The Theory of Everything," died on February 9. He was 48 years old.
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Vic Damon
Damone, a singer known for his baritone crooning and for his work on classic films such as 1957 "An Affair to Keepsake", died on February 11th. He was 89.
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Daryle Singletary
The Georgia-born country singer, known for his songs "I Let Her Lie" and "Amen's Kind of Love," died on February 12th. He was 46 years old.
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Barbara Alston
Singer Barbara Alston, a member of the 60s girl group The Crystals, who sang on the hit "Then He Kissed Me," died on February 16 as a result of the flu. She was 74.

Bruce Margolis
Fox Studio Executive and TV producer Bruce Margolis, best known for working on "Star" and monitoring "24," "Prison Break," and "Bones," died after fighting cancer on February 16. He was 64.

Billy Graham
Rev. Billy Graham, a Christian preacher and spiritual adviser to President, who goes back to Harry Truman and is an icon of American religious life and television, died on February 21. He was 99 years old.
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Emma Chambers
Actress Emma Chambers, who starred in "Notting Hill" and the BBC's "The Vicar of Dibley," died of natural causes on February 21st. She was 53.

Bud Luckey
Luckey, an Oscar-nominated animator who designed Woody from Pixar's "Toy Story," and Eeyore spoke in "Winnie the Pooh," died on February 24. He was 83.

Lewis Gilbert
Gilbert, an Oscar-nominated British director of "Alfie" and three James Bond films, died on February 23. He was 97.

Bollywood actress Sridevi Kapoor, aka Sridevi, died on February 24. She had appeared in more than 150 films in Bollywood. She was 54.
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Benjamin Melniker
Melniker, a manager at MGM who has been with the company since 1939, and most recently a producer of the Justice League, died on February 26. He was 104 years old.

Harry J. Ufland
Harry Ufland (right), an agent who has become a producer and who has collaborated with Martin Scorsese on films such as The Last Temptation of Christ, died of a brain tumor in March. He was 81.
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Barry Crimmins
Crimmins, a legendary comedian on the Boston comedy strip and political advocate for child sexual abuse, died on March 1st. Weeks before his death, Crimmins revealed a cancer diagnosis. He died alongside his wife and filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwaite, who made a documentary about Crimmins titled "Call Me Lucky". Crimmins was 64.
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David Ogden Bulls
The Emmy-nominated actor, the major Charles Emerson Winchester III on "M.A.S.H." played died of cancer on 3 March. He was 75.
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Frank Doubleday
Actor Frank Doubleday, best known for his work in John Carpenter's "Escape from New York" and Carpenter's "Assault on Precinct", died on March 3 due to complications of esophageal cancer, his wife confirmed on Facebook in May. He was 73.
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Hubert de Givenchy
Hubert de Givenchy, a legendary French fashion designer who attracted Audrey Hepburn, Jackie Kennedy, Princess Grace of Monaco and more, died on 10 March. He was 91.
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Craig Mack
Mack, a rapper who became famous with the 1994 hit "Flava in Ya Ear" died on March 12th. He was 46.
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Nokie Edwards
Edwards, a surf rock guitarist who played in the band The Ventures and played bass on the "Hawaii Five-O" theme song, died on March 12th. He was 82.

Stephen Hawking
Hawking, the British physicist, cosmologist and author whose insights made him a scientific icon and whose life inspired the movie "The Theory of Everything" died on March 13th. He was 76 years old.

Frank Avruch
Performer Frank Avruch, who worked for more than four decades at Boston's WCVB, died on March 20. He was 89 years old, including the first nationwide syndicate "Bozo the Clown".
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H. Wayne Huizenga
Huizenga, the billionaire founder of Blockbuster Video, AutoNation, Waste Management and the former owner of the Miami Dolphins, Florida Marlins and Florida Panthers, died on March 23rd. He was 80.

Delore Taylor
Actress Delores Taylor, who starred in the Billy Jack series with her husband Tom Laughlin, died on March 23rd. She was 85.
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DuShon Monique Brown
Actress DuShon Monique Brown, who starred as Connie on the NBC show "Chicago Fire" and also appeared in Fox's "Prison Break", died on March 23rd. She was 49.
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Seo Minwoo
Seo Minwoo, 100% member of the K-Pop group, died on March 25 after cardiac arrest. He was 33 years old.

Anita Shreve
Author Anita Shreve, whose books "The Pilot's Wife", "Resistance" and "The Weight of Water" all turned into movies, died on March 29. She had fought cancer. Shreve was 71.

Steven Bochco
Bochco, creator and producer of influential television shows such as "Hill Street Blues," "L.A. Law," NYPD Blue, "and" Doogie Howser, M.D. ", died on April 1 after beating Leukemia.
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Johnny Valiant
WWE Hall of Famer Wrestler "Luscious" Johnny Valiant died on 4 April after being hit by a pickup truck. Valiant was a manager and color commentator who also appeared in The Sopranos and The Wrestler. He was 71.

Susan Anspach
Actress Susan Anspach, best known for roles in the 1970s films "Five Easy Pieces" and "Play It Again, Sam", died of heart failure in Los Angeles on April 2. She was 75.
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Isao Takahata
Takahata, the Japanese animator of "Grave of the Fireflies" and "The Tale of the Princess Kaguya" and co-founder of Studio Ghibli with Hayao Miyazaki, died on April 5 after a fight against lung cancer. He was 82.
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Mitzi shore
Shore, the founder and owner of The Comedy Store, which released many of the big names in the comedy, as well as the mother of actor Pauly Shore, died on April 11 of an indeterminate neurological disorder. She was 87.

Art bell
Bell, a syndicated radio host who specializes in stories about the paranormal, died on April 13 at his home in Pahrump, Nevada. He was 72.
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Milos Forman
Forman, the Czech-born, Oscar-winning director of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "Amadeus," and more, died on April 13. He was 86.
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R. Lee Ermey
Ermey, a US Marine Corps veteran and drill sergeant turned actor best known for his role as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket" died on April 15. He was 74.
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Harry Anderson
Anderson, the Emmy-nominated star of the 80s sitcom "Night Court," died on April 16 at his home in Asheville, North Carolina. He was 65.

Carl Kasell
Kasell, a news broadcaster in NPR's "Morning Edition" and a secretary on "Wait Wait … Do not Tell Me" in a nearly 40-year career, died on April 17. He died of complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 84.
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Pamela Gidley
Actress Pamela Gidley, featured in David Lynch's Twin Peaks: Firewalking with Me, died on April 16. She was 52 years old.
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Barbara Bush
The wife of George H.W. Bush and First Lady of the United States from 1989-1993, died on April 17 at her home in Houston, Texas. In the later years of her life she struggled with COPD and congestive heart failure. She was 92.
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Bruno Sammartino
Sammartino, a WWE Hall of Famer wrestler nicknamed "The Italian Superman," died on April 18. He was 82.

Tim Bergling, better known as the Swedish DJ and producer Avicii, died on April 20 at the age of 28. In 2016, he announced that he would resign from live performances due to health problems.
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Verne Troyer
Actor Verne Troyer, best known for playing Mini-Me in the "Austin Powers" movies, died on April 21st. He was 49.
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Bob Dorough
Dorough, a jazz musician who wrote and performed such songs as "My Hero, Zero" and "Three Is a Magic Number" for the 70s cartoon "Schoolhouse Rock", died on April 23. He was 94 years old.

Paul Young Witt
Witt, a producer of "The Golden Girls," "Soap" and the Robin Williams movie "Dead Poets Society," died on April 27. He was 77.
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Larry Harvey
Harvey, who co-founded the annual Burning Man arts and music festival in 1986, died on April 28 after suffering a "massive stroke" on April 4. He was 70 years old.
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Robert Mandan
Mandan best known for the sitcom parody of the soap operas "Soap" of the 70's, as well as parts of "Mission: Impossible", "Everything in the Family", "CHiPs", "Three's Company", " Facts of Life "And" ER "over a 60-year career, died on April 29th. He was 86.

Anne V. Coates
Oscar winner and filmmaker Anne V. Coates, known for her work on "Lawrence of Arabia" and "The Elephant Man", died on 8 May. She was 92 years old.
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Scott Hutchison
Hutchison, the singer of indie folk rock band Frightened Rabbit, was found dead on May 11 in South Queensferry, Scotland. He had been missing for two days and was fighting depression. He was 36.
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Margot Kidder
Actress Margot Kidder, who played Lois Lane in the original "Superman" films and also starred in "Sisters" and "The Amityville Horror," died on May 13. She was 69.

Philip Roth
Famous novelist Philip Roth, author of "Portnoy's Complaint" and winner of two National Book Awards and a Pulitzer Prize, died on May 22nd. He was 85.
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Elizabeth Sung
Sung, an actress who starred in the soap opera "The Young and the Restless" and appeared in "Hawaii Five-O", "The Sopranos", "Bones", "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "The Joy Luck Club" memoirs of one Geisha "and more, died on May 22. She was 63.
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Paul Bloch
Bloch, one of Hollywood's top publicists, representing Tom Cruise, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Michael Keaton, Eddie Murphy and more and chairing Rogers & Cowan, died on May 25 after a long illness. He was 78.
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Jerry Maren
Actor Jerry Maren, who was the last surviving munchkin in The Wizard of Oz in 1939, died in May at the age of 98.
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Dwight Clark
Clark, the legendary San Francisco 49ers wide receiver, known for bringing the team to its first Super Bowl win with "The Catch," died on June 4. Clark was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) in 2015. He was 61 years old.
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Kate Spade
Famous fashion designer Kate Spade, co-founder of Kate Spade handbags, sister-in-law of David Spade and aunt of Rachel Brosnahan, died on 5 June of apparent suicide. She was 55.
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Anthony Bourdain
Bourdain, a celebrity chef and Emmy winner of CNN's "No Reservations" and "The Layover," and most recently CNN's "Parts Unknown," died suicide on June 8. His body was found in his hotel room in Strasbourg, France. He was 61.
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Jackson Odell
Odell, an actor known for working on "iCarly" and "The Goldberg" as well as a singer / songwriter, died on June 8. He was 20.
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Danny Kirwan
Guitarist Danny Kirwan, who joined the band Fleetwood Mac at the age of 18, and released five albums from 1968, died on June 8. He was 68 years old.
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Neal E. Boyd
Boyd, an opera singer who won the third season of "America's Got Talent," died on June 10 after struggling with heart failure, kidney failure, and liver disease. He was 42.
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Martin Bregman
Bregman, a talent manager and film producer who spotted Al Pacino and produced classics such as "Scarface," "Serpico," and "Dog Day Afternoon," died of a brain hemorrhage on June 16. He was 92.
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Jahseh Dwayne Onfrey, better known as rapper XXXTentacion, was shot dead on June 18 in Miami on a drive-by shoot. He was 20 years old.
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Billy Sammeth
An experienced talent manager representing artists such as Cher, Dolly Parton, and Joan Rivers died on June 18 after a fight against pancreatic cancer. He was 66.
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Richard Alan Greenberg
Greenberg, an Academy Award-nominated title designer who created the opening credits for science-fiction and fantasy classics such as "Superman," "Alien," and "The Matrix," died June 16. He was 71 years old.

Charles Krauthammer
The Washington Post's Pulitzer Prize conservative columnist and a regular Fox News commentator died on June 21st. He had revealed in a letter weeks before his death the return of cancer, which he believed had been successfully treated. Krauthammer was 68 years old.
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Vinnie Paul
Vinnie Paul, co-founder and drummer of the 80s metal band Pantera, died on June 22nd. He was 54 years old.

Stanley Anderson
Actor Stanley Anderson, who appeared in episodes of "Seinfeld" in the first "Spider-Man" movie and as president in Michael Bay's "Armageddon" and "The Rock", died on June 24. He was 78.

Richard Harrison
Harrison, who nicknamed "The Old Man" in the reality series "Pawn Stars" on the History Channel, died on June 25. He was 77.
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Joe Jackson
The famous music manager, who made stars of his children Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson and The Jackson 5, died of cancer on June 27th. He was 89.
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Harlan Ellison
Ellison, a famous science-fiction writer who also contributed to The Twilight Zone and Star Trek stories, died on June 28. He was 84.
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Richard Swift
Swift, a music producer and musician who worked with indie rock acts like the Shins and the Black Keys, died on July 3rd. Swift was hospitalized in June for a "life-threatening condition". He was 41.
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A look back at the stars in movies, TV, music and sports that we lost this year

In the middle of the year, we have already lost some stars in Hollywood. Here is a list of some celebrities and industry connoisseurs from film, television, music and sports who passed away in 2018.


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