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Farewell…Garry Shandling

The TV world lost an influential comedian today. TMZ reported early Thursday afternoon that Garry Shandling has passed away at the age of 66. Shandling's career spans film and television, starting out with writing for shows like Sanford and Sons and Welcome Back, Kotter. The writer eventually moved on to stand-up comedy in the '80s,

Farewell…Roger Rees

Roger Rees, Actor State and screen actor Roger Rees passed away Friday evening after a brief illness. He was 71. While many know him for the time he spent on the stage, from his groundbreaking leading role in "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby" and most recently of "The Visit" on

Farewell…Leonard Nimoy

We have lost one of the most beloved members of the Starship Enterprise. The New York Times reported Leonard Nimoy passed away Friday morning at his home after being diagnosed with end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He was 83. Nimoy's work in television began in the early '50s including guest spots on Perry Mason,Dragnet, Sea Hunt, and The Twilight

Farewell…Edward Herrmann

Actor Edward Herrmann has passed away in New York City after a battle with brain cancer, according to TMZ. He was 71. Herrmann's career spans television, film, and theater,  and included his portrayal of Franklin D. Roosevelt in  TV movies Eleanor and Franklin and Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years in the late 70s

Farewell…Christine Cavanaugh

Voice Actress Christine Cavanaugh passed away in Utah home on December 22 of undisclosed causes, according to Deadline. She was 51. Cavanaugh began her voice acting work in the late 80s and has spanned two decades. She has voiced many beloved animated characters in both film and television including Goslyn Mallard

Farewell…Elizabeth Norment

Actress Elizabeth Norment, aged 61, passed away on October 13 in New York after a battle with cancer. Norment's career spanned all mediums: film, television, and the stage. Her previous television credits include Law & Order, Political Animals, ER, Party of Five, and her last role as Frank Underwood's secretary, Nancy Kaufberger, on the

Farewell…Marcia Strassman

Actress Marcia Strassman, age 66, died Saturday after a battle with breast cancer. Strassman's television credits include M*A*S*H, The Patty Duke Show, Tremors, and Providence. But she is best known to viewers as Julie Kotter from Welcome Back, Kotter where she played Julie Kotter, television wife to Gabe Kaplan. Her last

Farewell…Elizabeth Peña

Elizabeth Peña, Actress Actress Elizabeth Peña died of natural causes after a brief illness on Tuesday. She was 55. Peña had roles both on the big and small screen during her 30 plus years in the business, including a stint playing the mother of Sofia Vergara's character Gloria on ABC's Modern Family. More

Farewell…Jan Hooks

Saturday Night Live alum Jan Hooks died on Thursday. According to multiple sources, no details on cause of death were immediately available. She was 57. Hooks was a regular player on Saturday Night Live's cast from 1986 to 1991. She was best known for playing the character Candy Sweeney of the

Farewell…Sarah Goldberg

Sarah Goldberg, best known for playing Sarah Glass on The WB/CW’s 7th Heaven, passed away on September 27th. She was 40. Goldberg joined 7th Heaven in 2002, playing the sudden wife of Barry Watson’s Matt Camden. She appeared in 16 episodes from 2002 to 2006. Prior to 7th Heaven, Goldberg appeared

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