The Emmy-winning star of The Sopranos died after suffering a possible heart attack while in Italy, where he was attending the Taormina Film Festival.
The legendary film critic passed away April 4 after years of battling cancer. He was 70.
The actor, who starred in the hit series Glee, was found in his Vancouver hotel room on July 13 at the age of 31.
The eight-time Academy Award nominee, well-known for his breakout role as T.E. Lawrence in Lawrence of Arabia, died Dec. 14 after a long illness. He was 81.
The former South African president and Nobel Peace Prize winner died on Dec. 5 at the age of 95 after being in failing health for some time.
The Fast & Furious star died Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013 in a car accident. He was 40.
The radio actress who became a silver screen star by playing femme fatales in 1940s film noirs including Lady in the Lake died Dec. 12. She was 95 and recently suffered a stroke.
The character actor, with film appearances ranging from The Magnificent Seven to Indecent Proposal, and whose last role came as a professor on Bones, died at a Santa Monica hospital on Dec. 28, reportedly of natural causes. He was 89.
The creator of Billy Jack died Dec. 12 after having complications from pneumonia. He was 82. "In his mind's eye, he remained Billy Jack," costar Teresa Laughlin said at the time of his passing.
The guitarist and cofounder of indie rock's School of Seven Bells died at New York's Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center after a long battle with lymphoblastic lymphoma. He was 35.
Tracey Ullman's hairdresser-turned-producer husband, who cocreated her cable sketch shows Tracey Takes On... and State of the Union, died Dec. 24 at their L.A. home after battling prostate cancer. He was 67.
The Oscar-winning actress best known for her roles in Rebecca and Suspicion died Dec. 15. Details of her death were not immediately available.
The country music legend, whose hits included "Crazy Arms" and a cover of Kris Kristofferson's "For the Good Times," died of pancreatic cancer at his Texas home on Dec. 16. He was 87.
Known for his beautifully melodic, melancholy sound, the jazz guitarist and Merv Griffin Show bandleader made memorable recordings with Ella Fitzgerald, Sonny Rollins, Bill Evans and Paul Desmond. He died Dec. 10 of heart failure at the age of 83.
The three-time Academy Award nominee, most recognizable as the beautiful but conniving baroness who set her cap at Georg Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, died Dec. 9 due to complications of pneumonia. She was 91.
The actor's film credits included Lincoln and The Master and he racked up tons of high-profile TV roles, most recently appearing on Elementary. He died Dec. 2 of lung cancer at 48.
The actress, best known for playing Marion Strong on I Love Lucy and the last living adult cast member from the classic sitcom, died of heart failure at 94.
The stuntman turned director of such films as Smoky and the Bandit and Cannonball Run died of cancer at 82. He received an honorary Oscar at the 2012 Governors Awards.
The character actor who appeared on the big screen in The Artist and had roles on The Office, ER and more died Oct. 16 of mesothelioma. He was 74.
After being discovered in a coffee shop by Owen Wilson and Wes Anderson, the actor starred in several movies including The Royal Tenenbaums. He passed away at 94.
The Pogues guitarist wowed audiences with his Irish punk music. At just 56, however, Chevron tragically lost his battle with cancer.
The surround-sound pioneer and founder of Dolby Laboratories had suffered from Alzheimer's disease and died after a short battle with leukemia. He was 80.
The former star of The Famous Jett Jackson was found dead at age 29 on Aug. 19. According to the child star's manager, "he took his own life."
The Free Willy actor passed away at age 77 after a long battle with cancer. He most recently had been nominated for an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for his role as Chief Sitting Bull in Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.