2023 Losses of People, Places, Animals and Things.

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If you are a Pro-Russian but MP of Ukraine, you may or may not be assassinated in Moscow.

Ok, definitely. RIP Illia Kyva.

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normaM wrote: Dec 6th, 2023, 6:43 am Norman Lear 101. TV legend
https://variety.com/2023/tv/news/norman ... 235823995/
CBS:
"Norman Lear's profound influence on television will never be forgotten," CBS said in a statement. "He was a creative icon whose comedic and courageous perspective on the America he loved had an immeasurable impact on our network, our viewers and television overall.

"His funny, realistic and fearless approach to storytelling rang true in his sharp writing and rich characters. He redefined the sitcom by introducing topics that had previously been avoided, including race, poverty and sexism. And he did it all with wit and heart, making it relatable to millions of Americans."
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In a 2021 interview on "CBS Sunday Morning," Lear said people on both ends of the political spectrum found something to connect with in the show...."To be able to laugh in a rehearsal at something you hadn't expected, and then to stand to the side or behind an audience laughing, and watch them, their bodies – a couple of hundred people as one – when something makes them laugh, I don't think I've ever seen a more spiritual moment than an audience in a belly laugh!"
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A genuine Prince dies suddenly at age 51.

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Ryan O'Neil, big Hollywood star just died.

https://www.cnn.com/2023/12/08/entertai ... index.html


Oscar-nominated actor Ryan O’Neal, star of several landmark films including “Love Story” and “Paper Moon,” has died, according to his son, Patrick, who posted the news to social media. He was reportedly 82.

“My dad passed away peacefully today, with his loving team by his side supporting him and loving him as he would us,” Patrick O’Neal wrote.

He added: “My father Ryan O’Neal has always been my hero. I looked up to him and he was always bigger than life.”

O’Neal’s breakout role was in 1967 on the nighttime soap opera “Peyton Place.” His other notable roles included “Barry Lyndon” and “A Bridge Too Far.”

CNN has reached out to a representative for Ryan O’Neal.
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I laughed myself senseless when watching “What’s up Doc?” starring O’Neal and Streisand. One of the best comedies ever made, imo

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Tim Wakefield, Red Sox pitcher, died at 57 of cancer.

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Frank Wychek, Titan's star, died at age 52 from a fall. I am going to guess that the blow from the fall was one of many from football and he died from an acquired brain injury.

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How did AIDS spread in China? She exposed the truth, died in New York in exile at age 95.

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https://www.ctvnews.ca/entertainment/an ... -1.6682651

Anna Cardwell of honey boo boo fame dies of cancer at 29.
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Andre Braugher.............RIP............very good actor in so many TV roles and movies.............only 61.


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Jeffery Foskett died, a touring member of the Beach Boys, age 67, cause is cancer.

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The Beach Boys member Jeffrey Foskett has died aged 67.

Best known as a touring and studio musician for Brian Wilson and his iconic group since the 1980s, he was known as the “vice-principal” of the 1960s band for keeping them on the road.

Devastated Beach Boys co-founder Brian, 81, confirmed Jeffrey’s death, which came after a battle with anaplastic thyroid cancer, by saying on Instagram: “I’m so heartbroken that my dear friend Jeff Foskett has passed.

“Jeff was always there for me when we toured and we couldn’t have done it without him. Jeff was one of the most talented guys I ever knew.

“He was a great musical leader and guitarist and he could sing like an angel. I first met Jeff in 1976 when he knocked on my door in Bel Air and I invited him in, and we were friends ever since.

“I don’t know what else to say. Love and Mercy to Jeff’s family and friends, we will remember him forever.”

In March 2023, Jeffrey posted a video of himself on the web ringing the bell at a cancer ward after a round of radiation trials, and called himself one of “God’s walking miracles.”
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John Shear died today at 102, famous jockey in a career of 60 years plus.

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AC/DC original drummer Colin Burgess dead at 77

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