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In Remembrance: Celebrity Deaths in 2011

In Remembrance: Celebrity Deaths in 2011

With 2011 coming to a close, we’d like to take a moment to remember the celebrities that we lost in 2011.

RIP

Heavy D, 44, rapper
Andy Rooney, 92, radio and television writer
Dan Wheldon, 33, racing driver
Steve Jobs, 56, inventor and Apple co-founder
Andy Whitfield, 39, actor
Russell Armstrong, 47, investor
Amy Winehouse, 27, singer
Betty Ford, 93, First Lady and activist
Peter Falk, 83, actor
Jeff Conaway, 60, actor
Elizabeth Taylor, 79, actress
Michael Gough, 94, actor
Nate Dogg, 41, hip hop musician and rapper

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14 Responses to “In Remembrance: Celebrity Deaths in 2011”

  1. 1
    nancy Says:

    RIP Amy!

  2. 2
    Ivy Says:

    :(.we’ll miss them in 2012 somehow a lot.
    Specialy steve jobs.

  3. 3
    Ivy Says:

    :( we’ll miss them in 2012 a lot somehow.
    Specialy steve jobs.

  4. 4
    Courtney Says:

    you forgot to mention producer/directors Gilbert Cates 77 and Sidney Lumet 86 both of whom produced oscar nominated films including 12 Angry Men Summer Wishes Winter Dreams & The Verdict but of the stars you mentioned Elizabeth Taylor’s death hurt the most she was one of the last great actresses of the grand old hollywood days most of her contemporaries are either retired or dead other than Madeline Sherrwood Joanne Woodward Eva Marie Saint Jane Fonda Vanessa Redgrave Julie Andrews Julie Christie and so on infact it was Woodward who beat her out of her first oscar 54 years ago and they also shared a birthday February 27th

  5. 5
    Peter Says:

    You forgot Clarence Clemons!

  6. 6
    stacey Says:

    Steve Jobs, Elizabeth Taylor, Amy Winehouse, Betty Ford they may rest in peace WONDERFUL and TALENTED people, they should be in heaven right now :) R.I.P

  7. 7
    Pam Says:

    Joanne Woodward is not dead. Her husband Paul Newman died.

  8. 8
    Pam Says:

    @Courtney:
    Joanne Woodward is not dead. Her husband Paul Newman died.

  9. 9
    d Says:

    @Pam:
    She didn’t say she was dead. She listed actors who are OTHER THAN either retired or dead–in other words still working.

  10. 10
    Inge Says:

    What about Ryan Dunn?

  11. 11
    Sam Says:

    You forgot about Ryan Dunn :(

  12. 12
    sharon Says:

    And I am missing Marco Simoncelli on the list who is also a racing driver like Dan Weldon but then in the MotoGP

  13. 13
    azwar nazli Says:

    Robert William Gary Moore (4 April 1952[1] – 6 February 2011), better known simply as Gary Moore, was a Northern Irish musician from Belfast, best recognised as a blues rock guitarist and singer.

  14. 14
    RobThomas Says:

    No mention of Al Davis? Half of that list are probably Raider fans!

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