Barbara Sinatra was 90. Sept. 8, 2017: Troy Gentry, half of the country duo Montgomery Gentry, has died in a helicopter crash. Balin died at age 76; according to Rolling Stone, no cause of death was released. and "Everybody Loves Raymond," has died. The show made Walker a star, and he also appeared in such films as "The Dirty Dozen," "Send Me No Flowers" and "Fort Dobbs." He was 80. Mahoney was 77; a cause of death has not been released, according to the Chicago Tribune. Skellern is survived by his wife, Diana, and two children. The death of Shepard, seen at the Opry in 1973, was announced by her son, Hawkshaw Hawkins Jr. "Mom has been called home this morning and is now at peace," his statement reads, according to Billboard. His other films include "Poetic Justice," "2 Fast 2 Furious" and "Baby Boy." Her last role in a TV series was Harlene in 2007's 12 Miles of Bad Road, according to her IMDb page. Hall died of heart failure, according to the New York Times. Elizabeth Pena poses as she arrives for the Los Angeles premiere of "Nothing Like the Holidays," in Los Angeles on Dec. 3, 2008 . Starr, who was 94, died at her home in Los Angeles. He soon began landing TV roles, appearing on "Bewitched," "Gidget" and "The Patty Duke Show." Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. In addition to creating and emceeing the 1976-1980 program, he created "The Dating Game" and "The Newlywed Game." June 9, 2019: Bushwick Bill, who helped helped put the South's stamp on rap with hits like "Mind Playing Tricks On Me" and "Six Feet Deep" through his work with the Geto Boys, has died. March 11, 2018: Ken Dodd, a British comedian who enjoyed his greatest fame in the '60s and '70s, has died. Sawyer was a member of the group from 1969 to 1983. Among her best-known films: "English Vinglish," "Mr. India," "Mom," "Chaalbaaz" and "Chandni." She was 84. Hale, who was 94, died at her Los Angeles home. June 14, 2016: Actress Ann Morgan Guilbert, who played busybody neighbor Millie Helper on the classic 1961-1966 sitcom "The Dick Van Dyke Show," has died after a battle with cancer. He was 57. 4. Survivors include his wife, Laeticia; and four children, including entertainer David Hallyday. 32 on the U.S. R&B charts). He became a popular media personality, writing a 1987 memoir, "A View From the Bench." Along with Francis Lai, Barouh wrote the the title song to the classic 1966 film "A Man and a Woman," in which he also appeared. Hardin's character, Bronco Layne, also appeared on the programs "Cheyenne" and "Sugarfoot." The vocalist won 15 Grammys and was honored with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award ini 2006. She also was the author of several books and co-wrote a musical play. His Broadway debut came the following year, playing a small role in a production of "Caesar and Cleopatra" that featured Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh. Last week, she entered hospice. Her list of theatrical credits includes "Carnival," "Annie Get Your Gun," "Sheba" and many others. He was 84. She was 74. He was 65. Post-Bond, he often sent up his image in films like "Spice World" (1997). A contract player at Warner Bros., her early credits include "The Big Sleep" (1946) and "Night and Day" (1946). She is also credited with singing background vocals on the band's "Sympathy for the Devil." Previously married to comic Zeppo Marx, Sinatra was a prominent Palm Springs, Calif., socialite when she became Sinatra's third wife in 1976. Singletary's radio success tapered off by the turn of the century, but he continued recording and touring: "American Grandstand," an album featuring Singletary and Rhonda Vincent performing classic country duets, appeared last year. Artists who have collaborated with Aznavour include Liza Minnelli, Petula Clark, Shirley Bassey and Edith Piaf. He was 72. Furst was 63. Born in 1955, the Texas-born actor was a favorite of James Cameron, appearing in the director's "Aliens" and "True Lies" in addition to playing the salvage-team captain in "Titanic." Tovar's other films include "Santa" (1931), the first Mexican film with sound. Peters, who was 86, died of Parkinson's disease. Pena's manager, Gina Rugolo, said the actress died Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, in Los Angeles of natural causes after a brief illness. Nov. 3, 2016: Kay Starr, whose distinctive blend of pop, jazz, blues and country made her one of the nation's top vocalists in the '50s, has died. Oct. 25, 2017: Jack Bannon, an actor who spent five seasons playing an assistant city editor on the newsroom drama "Lou Grant," has died. Nov. 18, 2016: Soul singer Sharon Jones, bandleader of the Dap-Kings often referred to as the "female James Brown," died following a battle with pancreatic cancer. Aug. 19, 2017: Dick Gregory, a comedic legend and civil rights activist, was one of the first black comedians to find success with white audiences in the early 1960s. He was 74. Find information on all of Natasha St-Pier’s upcoming concerts, tour dates and ticket information for 2021-2022. Jan. 22, 2018: Lari White, a country-music hitmaker in the '90s, has died at age 52. Dec. 27, 2016: Carrie Fisher, the princess of Hollywood who became a young star playing a princess in "Star Wars," has died following a heart attack suffered on a flight from London to Los Angeles, according to reports from TMZ and People. More recently, she appeared on "Dancing with the Stars," both as a competitor (she came in eighth in 2010) and as a guest this season, rooting and performing with Maureen McCormick, who played her eldest daughter on "The Brady Bunch." Kashif (seen in 2004) also recorded with Dionne Warwick, Kenny G, George Benson, Jermaine Jackson and Melba Moore. You do not need a Facebook profile to participate. She earned Oscar nominations for her work in "Midnight Cowboy" (1969) and "Farewell, My Lovely" (1975). Grimes, who starred from 1960 to 1962 in the Meredith Willson musical, won a Tony Award for her performance. "Saddened by the untimely demise of noted actor Sridevi," India Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted on Twitter. She continued to work through the 1980s, appearing on such shows as "The Incredible Hulk," "Starsky and Hutch," "Medical Center" and "Peyton Place." April 21, 2019: Ken Kercheval, who starred as J.R. Ewing's rival on the prime-time soap "Dallas," has died. NATASHA ST PIER. Carr died of complications from dementia, according to the Associated Press. March 6, 2017: Robert Osborne, a former Hollywood Reporter columnist who became the primary host of Turner Classic Movies for more than 20 years, has died. Sept. 6, 2018: Burt Reynolds, the star of films such as "Deliverance," "Smokey and the Bandit" and 2017's "The Last Movie Star," has died. The Soundgarden singer was found on the bathroom floor of his hotel room following a concert in Detroit. Aug. 16, 2019: Peter Fonda, an actor and filmmaker who made waves with the 1969 counterculture classic "Easy Rider," has died. Jan. 10, 2017: Buddy Greco, a talented jazz vocalist and pianist who gained great popularity in the nightclub scene of the '50s and '60s, has died in Las Vegas. No cause or date of death was released. Starring as Lois Lane to Christopher Reeve's Superman made her a household name; she starred in "Superman (1978), "Superman II" (1980) and "Superman III" (1983). No cause of death was mentioned, but an ailing McLaughlin had missed the taping for this past weekend's show for the first time in the series' 34 years. He later found voice work on "Family Guy" and sent up his image on such TV programs as "The Big Bang Theory," "Murphy Brown" and "NewsRadio." His breakthrough film was the 1983 gritty drama "Ardh Satya," or "Half Truth," about a young policeman's crisis of conscience as he deals with the nexus of crime and politics in India. In 1967, she founded the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater in New York, where she helped cultivate young Latino actors and writers and staged work that would later be read in Latino Studies classes across the Americas. The band's hits include "Linger," "Free to Decide," "When You're Gone" and "Zombie." The star of such telenovelas as "Corazón Salvaje," "Eva la Trailera" and "“Mujer de Madera” had been battling cancer since 2016. In the '70s, she was part of the supergroup 4 Girls 4, along with Rosemary Clooney, Margaret Whiting and Helen O'Connell. Aug. 30, 2018: Actress Vanessa Marquez was fatally shot by police officers in Southern California during a welfare check at her South Pasadena apartment. His big-screen work includes "Ben," a 1972 sequel to "Willard;" "Silent Running" (1972); and "Meteor" (1979). Famously, she also didn't get on particularly well with Sinatra's three children, a subject she didn't discuss in the book. Among his best-known films in the United States: 1996's "Ridicule," 1994's "Ready to Wear," 2002's "Man on the Train," 1980's "I Sent a Letter to My Love," 1979's "French Postcards" and 1972's "The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe." Jan. 22, 2018: Trumpeter Hugh Masekela has died at age 78 after a decade-long fight with cancer. Elizabeth Pena died at just 55 years old Tuesday after a brief illness. Longmuir was bass guitarist for the Scottish band, which gained enormous popularity in England before crossing over to the United States. He was 86. Mascolo, who suffered from Alzheimer's disease, was 87. In 2007, she debuted as a singer, recording the single "Como Un Lobo" with her uncle, Spanish singer Miguel Bosé. Moran was 13 when she began playing the role in 1974; she was still on the series when it ended in 1984. He formed the Blue Thumb label in 1968, then proceeded to work for virtually every major record label. Dubbed "The French Elvis," Hallyday's career began in the '50s, offering French-language versions of U.S. rock and roll hits. Pena's manager, Gina Rugolo, said Wednesday the Cuban-American actress died Tuesday in Los Angeles of natural causes after a brief illness. "Tu trouveras" (English translation: "You Will Find") is the name of a 2002 song recorded by the Canadian singer Natasha St-Pier, composed by Pascal Obispo and written by Lionel Florence. Aug. 16, 2018: Aretha Franklin, the beloved "Queen of Soul," has died at 76. Dec. 19, 2016: Actor Dick Latessa, who won a Tony Award in 2003 for playing the father of Tracy Turnblad in the original Broadway production of "Hairspray," has died. He was 49. Waller's other books include "Slow Waltz in Cedar Bend," "Border Music" and "Puerto Vallarta Squeeze." In the same key as the original: Dm This song ends without fade out Carroll was a Tony Award winner, an Emmy and Grammy nominee, a Golden Globe winner and a Best Actress Oscar nominee. 1 on the jazz and R&B listings in Billboard. A singer and songwriter, he wrote the theme songs for such programs as "Diff'rent Strokes" (he also sang the tune) and "The Facts of Life," which was performed and co-written by his then-wife, singer and actress Gloria Loring. Her Broadway work included "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," "Lend Me an Ear," "Wonderful Town" and "The Vamp," but she will forever be Dolly Levi in Jerry Herman's "Hello, Dolly!" Known as the "king of the surf guitar," Dale began performing with his group, the Del-Tones, in the early '60s. The actress first appeared on screen in the 1940s. In 1965, Smith was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis; he battled the disease throughout the years. Ferrer, the son of Oscar winner Jose Ferrer and singer Rosemary Clooney, began acting in the early '80s. He moved to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, in 1995 with his wife, actress Ellen Travolta, sister of John Travolta. On May 19, he appeared onstage in a wheelchair at an Austin concert held in his honor. The German-born British actor had been suffering from vascular dementia, and the Sachs family kept his illness and death quiet until after services were concluded. Her best-known films include "One-Eyed Jacks" (1961) with Brando, "Lone Star" (1996) with Cooper and 1983's "Scarface," in which she played the the mother of Tony Montana (Al Pacino). We were all just together for Thanksgiving. Following the program's demise, Christopher starred in "After Mash" and, in 2012, "Days of Our Lives." Henderson died of heart failure, according to her family. He also earned a Tony nomination for his role in a 1977 revival of "Guys and Dolls" and lent his voice to Rafiki in Disney's animated classic "The Lion King." She was 96. En tournée à partir de septembre dans toutes la France On TV, he had regular roles on "Philip Marlowe, Private Eye," "Deadwood," "24," "Nashville" and, most recently "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." Elsewhere" as Dr. Axelrod. Starr, who began performing as a teenager, topped the national chart twice: 1952's "Wheel of Fortune" spent 10 weeks at No. Sept. 30, 2017: Elizabeth Baur, an actress best-remembered as police consultant Fran Belding on TV's "Ironside," has died. Bennington, 41, is survived by a spouse and six children, according to the site. The actress, who was born in Oaxaca, Mexico, was part of a powerful Hollywood family. March 13, 2017: Tommy LiPuma, a five-time Grammy winner who produced albums by the likes of Barbra Streisand, Everything but the Girl, Willie Nelson, Miles Davis and Diana Krall, has died. Salling was scheduled to be sentenced in early March under a plea agreement he reached with federal prosecutors in October, in which he admitted he possessed pornographic images of prepubescent children. Lee's creations or co-creations include Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Mighty Thor, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk, among many others. In filmmaker John Sayles' "Lone Star," she memorably portrayed a history teacher who rekindles a romance with an old flame, played by Chris Cooper. Her company, Kate Spade New York, has over 140 retail shops and outlet stores across the U.S. and more than 175 shops internationally. Sept. 19, 2019: Jack Gilardi, a power player in Hollywood who represented such artists as Ann-Margret, Jaclyn Smith, Charlton Heston, Faye Dunaway, Shirley MacLaine, Sylvester Stallone, Burt Reynolds and Joan Collins, has died. To TV viewers, she became a familiar presence through the 1967-1969 sitcom "The Mothers-In-Law" and "The Doris Day Show."