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Police in Harrison County, Indiana said that she had been found unresponsive Saturday, April 22, 2017, after authorities received a 911 call. Walter Becker, the guitarist, bassist and co-founder of the 1970s rock group Steely Dan, which sold more than 40 million albums and produced such hit singles as "Reelin' In the Years," "Rikki Don't Lose that Number" and "Deacon Blues," died Sunday, Sept. Jake La Motta, the former middleweight champion whose life in and out of the ring was depicted in the film "Raging Bull," for which Robert De Niro won an Academy Award, died at a Miami-area hospital from complications of pneumonia Wednesday, Sept. He's shown here in 2007 with singer Willie Nelson and the cast of "Hee Haw" as he accepts the Entertainer's Award during the 5th Annual TV Land Awards in Santa Monica, Calif. Former astronaut Gene Cernan (right), the last of only a dozen men to walk on the moon who returned to Earth with a message of "peace and hope for all mankind," died Jan. Actor Miguel Ferrer, who brought stern authority to his featured role on CBS’ hit drama “NCIS: Los Angeles” and, before that, to “Crossing Jordan,” died Thursday, Jan. 8, 2017, of respiratory failure at her home in Manhattan. Dick Gregory, the comedian and activist and who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used his humor to spread messages of social justice and nutritional health, died Saturday, Aug. Geils Band known for such peppy early 80s pop hits as "Love Stinks," ''Freeze Frame" and "Centerfold," died in his Massachusetts home Tuesday, April 11, 2017. Comedian Charlie Murphy, who is best-known for his appearances on "Chappelle's Show" on Comedy Central and who collaborated with writing his brother Eddie Murphy's starring films "Norbert" and "Vampire in Brooklyn," died Wednesday, April 12, 2017, of leukemia in New York. Actress Erin Moran, the former child star who played Joanie Cunningham in the sitcoms "Happy Days" and "Joanie Loves Chachi," died at age 56. Troy Gentry (shown at right), one half of the award-winning country music duo Montgomery Gentry, died Friday, Sept. Vincent also appeared in "Raging Bull," "Goodfellas" — where he played Billy Batts, a made man in the Gambino crime family — and "Casino," playing Frank Marino, based on real-life gangster Frank Cullotta. The group's website said Gentry "was tragically killed in a helicopter crash" that occurred around 1 p.m. The group was supposed to perform Friday at the Flying W Airport & Resort in Medford. Hefner, the pipe-smoking hedonist who revved up the sexual revolution in the 1950s and built a multimedia empire of clubs, mansions, movies and television, symbolized by bow-tied women in bunny costumes, died Wednesday, Sept. Louis slums to become a star in stage musicals and win Emmy Awards for his portrayal of the sharp-tongued butler in the TV sitcoms "Soap" and "Benson," died Tuesday, Oct. He was 89 Fats Domino, the amiable rock 'n' roll pioneer whose steady, pounding piano and easy baritone helped change popular music while honoring the traditions of the Crescent City, died Tuesday, Oct. Later, he joined the University of Southern California on a basketball scholarship.
In addition, Tom also attended Beverly Hills Playhouse and studied acting.The 73-year-old American veteran actor, Tom is a married man. Previously, he was married to model Jacqueline Ray.However, they couldn’t carry their relationship and divorced after 11 years of marriage in 1982. Monty Hall, the genial TV game show host whose long-running "Let's Make a Deal" traded on love of money and merchandise and the mystery of which door had the car behind it, died of heart failure at his home in Beverly Hills on Saturday, Sept. Robert Guillaume, who rose from squalid beginnings in St. Malcolm Young, the rhythm guitarist and guiding force behind the bawdy hard rock band AC/DC who helped create such head-banging anthems as "Highway to Hell," ''Hells Bells" and "Back in Black," died, Saturday, Nov. died peacefully at his home in Hawaii on Thursday with his husband, Stan Cadwallader, at his side. He's pictured here with Andy Griffith at CBS's 75th anniversary celebration Sunday, Nov. Johnny Hallyday, France's biggest rock star for more than half a century and an icon who packed sports stadiums and all but lit up the Eiffel Tower with his high-energy concerts at the foot of the Paris landmark, died early Wednesday, Dec. Tom Petty, an old-fashioned rock superstar and everyman who drew upon the Byrds, the Beatles and other bands he worshipped as a boy and produced new classics such as "Free Fallin,'" "Refugee" and "American Girl," died Monday, Oct. 17, 2017, at age 53 after a battle with brain cancer. Della Reese, the actress and gospel-influenced singer who in middle age found her greatest fame as Tess, the wise angel in the long-running television drama "Touched by an Angel," died Sunday, Nov. He recently had been in a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, hospital suffering from organ failure. Irwin Corey, the wild-haired comedian and actor who was known for his nonsensical style and who billed himself as “The World’s Foremost Authority,” died Monday, Feb. Back in 2007, he also started acting in the NBC drama Las Vegas.