The actor—known for his collaborations with the Safdie brothers on films such as Good Time and Heaven Knows What—died in November at the age of 38.
Ana Ofelia Murguía
The actress, who voiced the role of Mama Coco in the beloved animated film Coco, passed away at the age of 90, Mexico’s National Institute of Fine Arts and National Theater Company announced Dec. 31.
The Full Monty actor, a two-time Oscar nominee, died Dec. 30 at age 75.
The stand-up comedian, who appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! during his career, passed away at the age of 32, his rep confirmed to Deadline Dec. 24.
Bobbie Jean Carter
The sister of singers Nick Carter and the late Aaron Carter died at age 41, their mom Jane Carter announced Dec. 23.
One of the founding members of the Dixie Chicks (now called The Chicks), pictured in the middle, died at age 65 in a car crash in Texas on Dec. 22.
The voice actor, known for his work in the Max Payne video game series, died on Dec. 17 following a battle with cancer. He was 65.
Eddie Driscoll (L) who had minor roles in Mad Men, Sex and the City and Entourage, died on Dec. 15 in Los Angeles. He was 60.
The stand-up comedian and writer died on Dec. 13 after a bike accident. He was 37.
The Brazilian gospel singer died after collapsing onstage during a performance Dec. 13. He was 30.
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor died Dec. 11 at age 61 after a brief illness, his rep confirmed.
Anna "Chickadee" Cardwell
The eldest daughter of June "Mama June" Shannon and the sister of Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson died Dec. 9 at age 29 after a cancer battle.
The Love Story actor died peacefully on Dec. 8, his son Patrick shared on Instagram. "My father Ryan O’Neal has always been my hero," he wrote. "I looked up to him and he was always bigger than life."
The death of the actress and producer, who was married to Forest Whitaker for 22 years before their 2018 divorce, was confirmed by her daugher True Whitaker on Dec. 7.
"Goodbye mommy. I love you 4ever and beyond," the 25-year-old wrote on her Instagram Story. "The most beautiful woman in the world... thank you for teaching me every single thing I know. I'll see you in my dreams and I'll feel you in my heart."
The Peaky Blinders actor and poet died at the age of 65 on Dec 7. after being diagnosed with a brain tumor eight weeks prior, a message shared to his Instagram account read."Through an amazing career including a huge a body of poems, literature, music, television and radio, Benjamin leaves us with a joyful and fantastic legacy," the post read. "Thank you for the love you have shown Professor Benjamin Zephaniah."
Andrea Fay Friedman
The breakthrough actress known for her role in Life Goes On, died at 53 on Dec. 3 from complications due to Alzheimer's.
Norman Lear, the legendary screenwriter and producer who created classic sitcoms including All in the Family, Sanford and Son, The Jeffersons, and Good Times, died at 101 on Dec. 5, his family confirmed.
The former First Lady and wife of President Jimmy Carter died Nov. 19. She was 96.
The Sopranos actress died Nov. 17 at age 89.
The former NFL player died at age 35, his family wrote on social media Nov. 13.
Kevin Turen, a producer whose work in television included HBO's Euphoria and The Idol, died at the age of 44.
The athlete, a first-round pick of the Oakland Raiders who spent nine seasons in the NFL, was killed in a car crash Nov. 11 in Houston. He was 33.
The former NFL player, who was an offensive guard for the Indianapolis Colts for two seasons, including when they won the 2007 Super Bowl, died at age 41, team owner Jim Irsay tweeted Nov. 8
The stuntman, who worked on films including Black Panther and Avengers: Endgame, died after being involved in a car crash that also claimed the lives of three of his kids.