1 of 137: In this Nov. 13, 2006 file photo, former Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger leaves the White House in Washington. Friends and former colleagues say Eagleburger, the only career foreign service officer to rise to the position of secretary of state, has died. Word of Eagleburger's death Saturday, June 4, 2011 came from representatives of former President George H.W. Bush and former Secretary of State James Baker.
Eagleburger, who was 80, was a straightforward diplomat whose exuberant style masked a hard-driving commitment to solving foreign policy problems. He held the top post at the State Department for five months when Baker resigned in the summer of 1992 to help George H.W. Bush in an unsuccessful bid for re-election
2 of 137: Jack Kevorkian, seen here speaking during a news conference in Southfield, Mich.,Tuesday, June 5, 2007, died early Friday, June 3, 2011. The famed assisted-suicide advocate was 83 years old and died from a pulmonary thrombosis, when a blood clot from his leg came loose and lodged in his heart.
3 of 137: Spoken-word musician Gil Scott-Heron, seen in this Sept. 1984 file photo, died Friday, May, 27, 2011 at age 62. Heron's friend, Doris Nolan, said the musician died at St. Luke's Hospital in New York after becoming sick upon returning from a trip to Europe
4 of 137: Actor Jeff Conaway, seen in this Oct. 13, 2009 file photo, died Friday, May 27, 2011, after he was taken off life support. The actor had been battling pneumonia and sepsis, a type of bacterial blood poisoning. He was 60 years old
5 of 137: Oscar-winning songwriter and director Joseph Brooks, seen in this June 23, 2009, file photo, was found dead Sunday, May 22, 2011, of an apparent suicide in his Manhattan apartment, police said.
6 of 137: Actor Bill Hunter passed away on Saturday, May 21, 2011 at the age of 71, after battling cancer. Hunter was the quintessential Australian actor and appeared in movies like "Muriel's Wedding," "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" and "Strictly Ballroom." (Bill Hunter appears in an undated photo provided by his management company, Mark Morrissey & Associates.)
7 of 137: Wrestling legend Randy Savage, also known as Macho Man, died in a car crash in Florida on Friday, May 20. He was 58.
Several of his former colleagues and on-screen rivals, including Hulk Hogan, expressed their condolences online. Savage's brother, former wrestler 'Leaping' Lanny Poffo posted a memorial message and photo on his website.
Savage, whose real name is Randy Poffo, lost control of the 2009 Jeep Wrangler he was driving, veered over the raised concrete median divider, crossed over the eastbound lanes and collided head-on with a tree, according to a Florida Highway Patrol crash report obtained by OnTheRedCarpet.com. His wife Barbara Lynn Poffo, 56, was a passenger and suffered minor injuries.
Police say Savage may have suffered a 'medical event' before the accident. A police spokesperson said in a statement that an official cause of death will be issued by the county medical examiner following an autopsy.
Savage has no children. He married longtime girlfriend Lynn Payne in May 2010. He was previously married to his manager, Elizabeth Hulette, from 1984 to 1992. Hulette died in 2003 from an overdose of alcohol and prescription drugs.
Savage, an Ohio native, rose to fame in the 1980s and 1990s, when he began competing in the World Wrestling Federation, World Championship Wrestling and later, the WWE. Savage held some 20 championships during his career and his signature wrestling move was the "Elbow drop off the top rope". He was trained by his father, Angelo, who was also a wrestler.
(Pictured: Pictured: Randy Savage appears in an undated photo posted on his Facebook page on April 14, 2009. / Randy Savage appears in a 2011 promo for the THQ video game 'WWE All Stars.')
8 of 137: Actress Mary Murphy, who played Marlon Brando's love interest Kathie Bleeker in their 1953 film, 'The Wild One,' died on May 4 at age 80. Murphy starred in several films, including 'The Desperate Hours,' 'Beachhead,' 'A Man Alone,' 'Sitting Bull' and 'The Mad Magician.' (Pictured: Marlon Brando and Mary Murphy appear in a still from their 1953 film, 'The Wild One.')
9 of 137: Rapper M-Bone of the Cali Swag District hip hop group, known for the hit 'Teach Me How To Dougie,' died in an drive-by shooting on May 15, 2011, police said. (Pictured: M-Bone appears in a photo posted on his Facebook page on July 1, 2010
10 of 137: Mia Amber Davis, who romanced DJ Qualls in the 2000 cult comedy movie 'Road Trip,' died on May 10 complications from a routine surgery on her knee, FOX News reported.
(Pictured: Mia Amber Davis appears in a scene from the 2000 movie 'Road Trip.')
11 of 137: Dana Wynter, an actress who starred in the 1956 science-fiction classic 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers,' died in Southern California on May 5, 2011, at the age of 79. According to the Associated Press, the actress died of congestive heart failure.
Wynter also appeared with Robert Lansing in the ABC series 'The Man Who Never Was,' and starred in 'Wagon Train,' 'Cannon' and 'The Rockford Files.' (Pictured: Wynterin the 1956 film 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers.')
12 of 137: Sada Thompson, who played Meredith Baxter's mother in the 1970s series 'Family,' died on May 4, 2011. The actress won an Emmy Award for playing matriarch Kate Lawrence on the show, which ran between 1976 and 1980. Thompson also won a Tony Award for the 1971 comedy 'Twigs.' Thompson is survived by her husband Donald Stewart and their costume designer daughter, Liza. (Pictured: Sada Thompson appears in a scene from the 1970s series 'Family.'
13 of 137: John Walker, the American-born musician who was the frontman for the Walker Brothers, one of the most successful bands of Britain's Golden Age of rock 'n' roll, died Saturday, May 7, 2011 in Los Angeles after battling liver cancer. He was 67. (Walker is shown in an undated photo from files made available by Tony Clayman Promotions.
14 of 137: Arthur Laurents, the director, playwright and screenwriter who wrote such enduring stage musicals as "West Side Story" and "Gypsy," as well as the movie classics "Rope" and "The Way We Were," has died. He was 93.
15 of 137: Actor Jackie Cooper, is shown Oct. 20, 1978. Copper, who starred in the popular 'Our Gang' shorts as a child and was nominated for an Oscar at age 9, died Tuesday, May 3, 2011 in a Beverly Hills hospital after a sudden illness. He was 88.
16 of 137: Phoebe Snow, a singer songwriter best known for her hit single "Poetry Man" has died at the age of 60 on April 26, 2011, according to the Associated Press.
The singer died in Edison, N.J., from complications of a brain hemorrhage she suffered in January 2010. (Pictured: Singer, guitarist and songwriter Phoebe Snow is seen in a July 2009 photo provided by manager Sue Cameron.
17 of 137: In this May 1991 file photo, former president and chairman of Sony, Norio Ohga, holds a Sony Mini Disc in New York. Sony says Ohga, credited with developing the compact disc, died of multiple organ failure on Saturday, April 23, 2011. He was 81.
18 of 137: Elisabeth Sladen, who starred in the original 'Doctor Who' series and its contemporary reboot, died at age 63 on April 19, 2011 after battling cancer. Sladen is survived by her husband, actor Brian Miller, and their daughter, Sadie. (Pictured: Elisabeth Sladen appears as Sarah Jane Smith on the 'Doctor Who' spinoff series 'The Sarah Jane Adventures.')
19 of 137: In this undated photo provided by actor and director Tim Robbins, Robbins' parents, Mary, left, and Gil Roberts, pose for a photo. Mary Robbins died Sunday, April 17, 2011 of a heart arrhythmia, just 12 days after Gil, her husband of 59 years, passed away
20 of 137: Celebrity fashion designer Bijan Pakzad is shown in this photo from his website. Pakzad died Saturday, April 16, 2011 after he suffered a stroke on Thursda
21 of 137: Sidney Lumet, who directed '12 Angry Men,' 'Network' and 'Dog Day Afternoon,' died at his home in Manhattan on Saturday, April 9, 2011. His stepdaughter said the cause of lymphoma. He was 86. (Photo: Lumet speaks at the 17th Annual Gotham Awards at Steiner Studios, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007 in New York.)
22 of 137: Farley Granger, who appeared in the Alfred Hitchcock films 'Strangers on a Train' (pictured), died on March 27, 2011 at age 85
23 of 137: Geraldine Ferraro, who in 1984 became the first woman to run for vice president on a major party ticket, died in a Massachusetts hospital on Saturday, March 26, 2011. Ferraro died of complications from blood cancer, which she had been battling since 1998, according to a family spokesperson. (Photo: Geraldine Ferraro gives the thumbs-up sign to a crowd of supporters in downtown Jackson, Miss., Wednesday, August 1, 1984.
24 of 137: American actress Elizabeth Taylor is shown at the premiere of 'The Lady with the Lamp' at the Warner Theater in London, England, Sept. 22, 1951. Taylor died of congestive heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Wednesday, March 23, 2011
25 of 137: In this Oct. 11, 2009 file photo, Grammy winning blues pianist Joe Willie 'Pinetop' Perkins motions a 'thumbs up' gesture during the annual festival at Hopson Plantation in Clarksdale, Miss. Perkins, one of the last old-school bluesmen and oldest Grammy winner, died at his home of cardiac arrest Monday, March 21, 2011, his manager said. He was 97
26 of 137: Soul and disco singer Loleatta Holloway, who once sang with actor Mark Wahlberg and who spurred the 1980 hit 'Love Sensation,' died on March 21, 2011 at age 64 after battling a brief illness, her manager, Ron Richardson said.
(Pictured: Mark Wahlberg and Loleatta Holloway appear in the music video 'Good Vibrations' by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch in 1991.
27 of 137: Michael Gough died on March 17, 2011 at the age of 94 after being ill for a year. The actor played Batman's butler, Alfred Pennyworth in "Batman," "Batman Returns" and "Batman Forever." Gough's career spanned 65-years and he starred in movies like "Trog," "Sleepy Hollow," "The Skull," and "Konga." (Pictured: Michael Gough appears in a still from Tim Burton's 1995 film, 'Batman Forever.')
8 of 137: Rap star Nate Dogg, whose real name is Nathaniel Hale, died at the age of 41 on Tuesday, March 15, 2011. (In this Sept. 28, 2004 photo, Nate Dogg poses for a photograph during arrivals to the BET Comedy Awards at the Pasadena Civic Center in Pasadena, Calif.)
29 of 137: Mike Starr, former bass player for Alice in Chains, was found dead at age 44 on March 8, 2011 after years of battling drug addiction. (Pictured: Mike Starr appears on the VH1 reality show 'Celebrity Rehab' in January 2010.
30 of 137: Actress Jane Russell, best known as the star 'The Outlaw' and 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,' died Feb. 28, 2011 of respiratory failure at the age of 89. (In this May 31, 1952 file photo, actress Jane Russell models a bedjacket.
31 of 137: In this March 1959 file photo, Los Angeles Dodgers' Duke Snider poses for a photo during baseball spring training. Snider, 84, died early Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011, of what the family called natural causes at the Valle Vista Convalescent Hospital in Escondido, Calif. Snider was part of the charmed 'Boys of Summer' with the Dodgers in the late 1940s and 1950s. He helped lead Brooklyn to its only World Series championship in 1955.
32 of 137: Bob Dylan and then-girlfriend Suze Rotolo appear on the cover of his 1963 album 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.' Rotolo died on Feb. 25, 2011 at age 67 after battling lung cancer. The two dated in the early 1960s and she is thought to have inspired some of his love songs at the time
33 of 137: Justin Tennison, one of the newest members of the 'Deadliest Catch' cast, was found dead in a motel room in Alaska on Feb. 22, 2011.
The 33-year-old was a member of the Time Bandit, one of the vessels on the Discovery Channel series. (Pictured: Justin Tennison in an undated photo from his Facebook page.)
34 of 137: Actor Len Lesser, perhaps best known for his role as Uncle Leo on the hit series 'Seinfeld,' died at age 88 on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011. The actor's family released a statement saying the actor died from cancer-related pneumonia. (Pictured: Len Lesser appears in an undated photo provided by Craig Schwartz.
35 of 137: Actress Betty Garrett, who starred in the musical film 'On the Town' alongside Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra, died at the age of 91 on February 11, 2011 at UCLA Medical Center, with her family by her side. Garrett received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in May 2003. The actress is Oscar winner Jeff Bridges' godmother. (Pictured: Betty Garrett and Jack Lemmon in a still from the 1954 film, 'My Sister Eileen.')
36 of 137: Peggy Brea, veteran television actress of 'Dukes of Hazzard' and 'The Waltons' fame, died of congestive heart failure on Feb 5, 2011. (Pictured: Peggy Rea as Lulu Hogg in a still from 'Dukes of Hazzard.'
37 of 137: J. Paul Getty III, father of actor Balthazar Getty and the troubled grandson of a U.S. multibillionaire oil magnate, died on Feb. 6, 2011. (Pictured: J. Paul Getty III, his right ear severed, sits in a police station, Dec. 15, 1973, after being freed following five months in captivity.)
38 of 137: Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Louvin is shown in his home in Manchester, Tennessee on Jan. 29, 2009. Louvin died due to complications from pancreatic cancer at 83 years of age on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011
39 of 137: Fitness legend Jack LaLanne died on Sunday, Jan. 23, 2011, at his home in Morro Bay of respiratory failure due to pneumonia. He was 96.
40 of 137: Presenter Lauren Bacall is seen with Theoni V. Aldredge, winner of the Oscar for Best Costume Design for the movie 'The Great Gatsby,' at the Academy Awards in Los Angeles on Tuesday, April 8, 1975. Aldredge died Friday, Jan. 21, 2011 at age 78
41 of 137: President Clinton embraces R. Sargent Shriver in the Rose Garden of the White House Wednesday June 19, 1996 during a ceremony to honor the 35th anniversary of the Peace Corps. Shriver died on Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011, at the age of 95.
42 of 137: Former Iggy Pop drummer Alex Kirst was killed at age 47 in an apparent hit-and-run car crash on Jan. 13, 2011. His brother Whitey posted this photo of Alex Kirst on his Facebook page three days after his death
43 of 137: Trish Keenan of the electronic group Broadcast died on Jan. 14, 2011 of complications from pneumonia. (Pictured: Trish Keenan and James Cargill of Broadcast appear in a photo posted on the group's Facebook page on Sept. 14, 2009.
44 of 137: John Dye, who played Andrew, the angel of death on 'Touched by an Angel,' was found dead in his California home on Jan. 10, 2011 at age 47. (John Dye is pictured from a scene from 'Touched by and Angel.'
45 of 137: In this Dec. 1945 file photo provided by Sgt. Maj. Herman W. Clemens, Ret., Maj. Richard 'Dick' Winters. Winters, the man whose quiet leadership was chronicled in the book and television miniseries 'Band of Brothers,' died Jan. 2, 2011 in central Pennsylvania, a family friend confirmed Monday, Jan. 10, 2011. He was 92
46 of 137: Gerry Rafferty, the Scottish singer of the 1978 song 'Baker Street,' has died at age 63, it was reported on Jan. 4, 2011. In recent years, he battled alcohol addiction and was treated for liver failure. (Pictured: Gerry Rafferty appears in a music video for his 1978 song, 'Baker Street.')
47 of 137: Anne Francis of the movie 'Forbidden Planet' and the series 'Honey West' died on Jan. 2, 2010 from complications from pancreatic cancer. She had also undergone chemotherapy and radiation treatments for lung cancer, which was diagnosed in in 2007. (Pictured: Anne Francis and the late Leslie Nielsen in a scene from the film 'Forbidden Planet.'
48 of 137: Peter Postlethwaite, a British actor who starred in 'Inception,' 'The Usual Suspects' and 'The Town,' died at age 64 on Jan. 2, 2011 after battling cancer.
49 of 137: Bobby Farrell's Boney M group performs in a hall at Kloten airport in Zurich, Switzerland on Saturday, May 14, 2005. Singer Bobby Farrell was found dead at age 61 in his hotel bed on Thursday, Dec. 20, 2010 while on tour in Russia, his agent said.
50 of 137: Agathe von Trapp, center, arrives with her sister, Maria, and brother, Johannes, right, at the Martin Beck Theatre to see the reopening of the Broadway musical 'The Sound of Music' Thursday, March 12, 1998, in New York. Agathe von Trapp died Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2010, at a hospice in Towson. She was 97.
51 of 137: Bill Erwin, who played an elderly man named Sid Fields on 'Seinfeld' in the 1990s, died on Dec. 29, 2010 at age 96. (Pictured: Bill Erwin in a scene from the 'Seinfeld' episode, 'The Old Man,' which aired in 1993.)
52 of 137: In this 2005 image originally released by Universal Music, musician Teena Marie is shown. The self-proclaimed 'Ivory Queen of Soul,' whose many classic hits included 'Lovergirl,' 'Square Biz' and the scorching duet 'Fire and Desire' with mentor Rick James, was found dead in her Pasadena home on Sunday, Dec. 26, 2010. She was 54.
53 of 137: In this Dec. 1, 2001 file photo, actress Julie Andrews, right and her husband Blake Edwards arrive for the annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington. Edwards died following a brief illness on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2010. He was 88
54 of 137: In this Oct. 18, 2010, file photo Richard Holbrooke, U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, speaks at a press conference at the Foreign Ministry in Rome, Italy. Holbrooke died Monday, Dec. 13, 2010 after undergoing surgery to repair a torn aorta. He was 69
55 of 137: In this photo taken Sept. 10, 2010, Elizabeth Edwards arrives at the 'Stand Up To Cancer' television event at Sony Studios in Culver City, California. Edwards died on Dec. 7, 2010 at age 61 after battling breast cancer, one day after her family announced the disease had spread to her liver and further treatment would be unproductive. The author and estranged wife of former presidential candidate John Edwards passed away at her North Carolina home
56 of 137: This Aug. 31, 2002, file photo shows former Dallas Cowboys and Southern Methodist University quarterback Don Meredith walking out for the coin toss before the Navy-SMU football game in Dallas. Meredith died in Santa Fe, N.M., after suffering a brain hemorrhage and lapsing into a coma, on Sunday, Dec. 5, 2010. He was 72
57 of 137: Director Irvin Kershner is seen in this photo dated Oct. 6, 2008. Kershner's agent said the director died on the weekend of Nov. 27-28
58 of 137: U.S. actor Leslie Nielson gestures during a press conference at a Viennese hotel on Monday, April 19, 1999. Nielson died on Nov. 28, 2010, at the age of 84.
59 of 137: Well wishers pass by the coffin of Spanish film director Luis Garcia Berlanga, at the Spanish Film Academy in Madrid Saturday Nov. 13, 2010. Berlanga had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease and is survived by a son, Fernando. Berlanga is seen top right during a projection. He died on Nov. 13, 2010
60 of 137: Film producer Dino De Laurentiis poses in his office in Beverly Hills, Calif., Sept. 16, 1998. Laurentiis died on Nov. 10, 2010, at the age of 91
61 of 137: Jill Clayburgh, star of 'Dirty Sexy Money' poses for photographers on the red carpet during the arrivals of ABC's 2007-2008 preview in New York, Tuesday, May 15, 2007. Clayburgh died of chronic lymphocytic leukemia on Friday, Nov. 5, 2010. She was 66
62 of 137: Michelle Nicastro, an actress who introduced Meg Ryan's Sally to Billy Crystal's Harry in the iconic 1980s film 'When Harry Met Sally...' and voiced the lead role in 'The Swan Princess' movies, died on Nov. 4, 2010 at age 50 after battling breast cancer for 10 years
63 of 137: The body of Julien Hug of 'The Bachelorette' was found on Nov. 3, 2010, his father said on Nov. 4. The reality star, who also worked in a restaurant his parents own in San Diego, was 35 years old. He starred in two episodes of the fifth season of 'The Bachelorette'
64 of 137: Sparky Anderson, manager of the 1984 Detroit Tigers world championship team, is shown during celebration of their 25th anniversary prior to the Detroit Tigers-Minnesota Twins Major League Baseball game in Detroit, Monday, Sept. 28, 2009. Anderson died on Nov. 4, 2010, from complications from dementia, according to a family spokesman
65 of 137: Surfing Champion Andy Irons held up his trophy as the Triple Crown of Surfing champion in Haleiwa, Hawaii. Irons was found dead in a hotel room in Dallas, Texas on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010.
66 of 137: Actress Denise Borino-Quinn appears in a scene on the TV show, 'The Sopranos.' Borino-Quinn died on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010 after a long battle with liver cancer.
67 of 137: James Wall, who played Captain Kangaroo's neighbor Mr. Baxter on 'Captain Kangaroo', died at age 92 on Oct. 27, 2010 in New York from an undisclosed illness.
68 of 137: Lisa Blount, a 53-year-old actress from 'An Officer and a Gentlemen', was found dead in her home by her mother on Oct. 27, 2010
69 of 137: James MacArthur, who played Danny Williams, aka Danno, on the original cop series 'Hawaii Five-0', died at age 72 on Oct. 28, 2010
70 of 137: In this July 14, 2007, file photo, Fran Crippen of the United States, holds up his goald medal he won in the men's 10-kilometer swimming marathon at the Pan American Games at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro. Crippen died during a race in the United Arab Emirates on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010
71 of 137: Tom Bosley is shown in a scene from 'The Back-Up Plan.' Bosley, who became a father figure to America through his role as Howard Cunningham on the iconic television series 'Happy Days,' died of heart failure on Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2010, at a hospital near his Palm Springs home. He was 83.
72 of 137: Barbara Billingsley and Jerry Mathers, members of the cast of 'Leave It To Beaver,' are seen as they are reunited in Santa Monica, Calif. Thursday, Sept. 27, 2007. Billingsley died on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010 in her Santa Monica home.
73 of 137: Barbara Billingsley and Jerry Mathers, members of the cast of 'Leave It To Beaver,' are seen as they are reunited in Santa Monica, Calif. Thursday, Sept. 27, 2007. Billingsley died on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010 in her Santa Monica home 77 of 137: Actor Tony Curtis is shown seated in a studio chair, 1965 file photo. Curtis died Wednesday Sept. 29, 2010 at his Las Vegas area home of a cardiac arrest at 85 according to the Clark County, Nev. coroner.
Originally posted by LazerTron
I am shocked that people say "I thought a celebrity was dead, but just found out that they aren't. THE MOST LOGICAL explanation is that I traveled through time".
No, the most logical explanation is that you were simply wrong.
So many people are saying that they KNOW that Billy Graham died years ago, yet he is still alive now, so it must have been a mass time slip.
No, other famous preachers, such as Oral Roberts, HAVE died, and are going to stay dead, and Billy Graham has had health issues which forced him to give up his full time ministry. You didn't exhibit time traveling super powers, you just got the facts screwed up in your head.
Originally posted by heffo7
OMG I just had to check on the internet before posting this to prove to myself that Gary Coleman, child actor from Different Strokes was still alive.
He was in the news a while ago for some reason, and I turned to my husband and said "but he died a few years ago" he just looked blankly at me, but I clearly remember seeing the footage on TV and they just kept playing parts from the show so there was no mistake who they were talking about. There were big headlines, like 'Child Actor Gary Coleman dead at 32' or something.
I've been thinking about this a lot lately, but can't find anyone else that remembers him dying.
I also remember Nelson Mandela and Billy Graham. What the hell is going on?
Originally posted by SLAPurMAMA
reply to post by srsen
Don't know if it was answered for you or not, but it was Owen Hart, Brett's little brother that died! Then Brett quit WWE for the way they handled it or something! Not a real wrestling fan anymore, but I did remember the Hart Bros. and their tag team matches when I was a wee lad! RIP Owen Hart!
Originally posted by AlphaPrime
Hello... I am very interested in multiple timeline type of stuff so I do indeed remember George Wendt as being dead... Also I found it odd that Discovery Kids was playing episodes of Binni The Jungle Girl (my neice's kid watches it) and Steve Irwin was on the show...