Infamous cult leader and convicted killer Charles Manson was one of America's most notorious inmates. Manson died of natural causes Nov 19 and was 83.
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Actor Earle Hyman passed at 91 - he was most famous for playing Bill Cosby's dad on The Cosby Show but had also enjoyed a theatrical career that spanned many decades.
September 21, 1986 Licence
Former Wimbledon champ Jana Novotna died Sunday - she was 49. Novotna sparked emotional scenes at center court in 1993 after she lost in the final to Steffi Graf but she later said of the game .." it made me a better person and maybe...More
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Fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa, whose uncompromising approach earned him the reputation of being one of the most original designers of the 20th and 21st centuries died Nov 18th aged 83. His outfits were worn by women from Lady Gaga to...More
February 01, 1986 Licence
Rock fans mourned a great as AC/DC's co-founder Malcolm Young died at 64. Over the weekend his brother Angus Young and stars such as Axl Rose, Ozzy Osbourne and Dave Grohl all paid tribute.
August 11, 1976 Licence
Country Hall of Famer Mel Tillis died Friday at 85 - Tillis enjoyed a career of over 6 decades and penned over 1000 songs - in 2012 Barack Obama awarded him Entertainer of the Year.
January 01, 1996 Licence
Mafia 'boss of bosses' Salvatore Riina, aka Toto Riina aka 'Beast' died Friday. He was thought to be one of the most feared people in Sicilian Mafia and who could trace his roots back to Corleone. He was serving 26 life sentences in...More
March 04, 1993 Licence
Warren 'Pete' Moore (2nd from left) died Sunday aged 78. Moore was best known for his vocals in legendary Motown group The Miracles - the voices behind Smokey Robinson who was childhood friends with Moore.
January 01, 1964 Licence
Della Reese - seen here on the left with fellow stars of 'Touched By An Angel' died Sunday aged 86. She had a successful singing and acting career beginning in 1959 and in 1970 was the first black woman to guest host the Tonight Show...More
January 01, 1999 Licence
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