0-50 Obituaries

Jason David Frank:
Sept 4, 1973 - Nov 19,2022

Jason was cast in “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” as Tommy Oliver, the Green Ranger, who was originally the antagonist but then joined with the other Power Rangers. In season two, he became the White Ranger, the team leader.

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Betty White:
January 17, 1922 - December 31, 2021

Betty Marion White was an American actress and comedian. A pioneer of early television, with a television career spanning more than seven decades, White was noted for her vast work in the entertainment industry and being one of the first women to work both in front of and behind the camera.

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Tanya Roberts:
October 15, 1949 - January 4, 2021

An American actress, producer, and model. She is best known for playing Julie Rogers in the final season of the television series Charlie's Angels, Stacey Sutton in the James Bond film A View to a Kill, Sheena in Sheena, Kiri in The Beastmaster and as Midge Pinciotti on That '70s Show.

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Ray Liotta:
December 18, 1954 - May 26, 2022

Raymond Allen Liotta was an American actor and film producer. He was known for his roles as Shoeless Joe Jackson in Field of Dreams and Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas and a Primetime Emmy Award winning actor and received nominations for a Golden Globe and two Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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James Caan:
March 26, 1940 - July 6, 2022

James Edmund Caan was an American actor known for his film and television performances. He was nominated for several entertainment industry honors, including for an Academy Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, and a motion pictures star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1978.

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Shinzo Abe:
September 21, 1954 - July 8, 2022

Shinzo Abe was a Japanese politician who served as Prime Minister of Japan and President of the Liberal Democratic Party from 2006 to 2007 and from 2012 to 2020. He was the longest-serving prime minister in Japanese history.

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Tony Sirico:
July 29, 1942 - July 8, 2022

A resident "tough guy" of Brooklyn neighborhood, Tony always proved his salt of the Earth. Though locked up 28 times he didn't want that to become his legacy and instead he became an actor in iconic shows like The Sopranos.

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Sidhu Moose Wala:
June 11, 1993 - May 29, 2022

Sidhu Mosse Wala, who would have turned 29 on june 11, attained success as a singer, songwriter and rapper in his short five year career with a fan base of 10.9 million on youtube and more than 8 million on instagram. Moose Wala introduce a new music genre, wich instantly touched the heart of youth.

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Dean Stockwell:
March 5, 1936 - November 7, 2021

An actor whose long career included memorable roles on TV in “Quantum Leap” and in movies including the original “Dune” and “Married to the Mob.”

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Meat Loaf AKA Marvin Lee Aday:
September 27, 1947 - January 20, 2022

Born Marvin Lee Aday, Meat Loaf known by his fans, legally changed his first name from Marvin to Michael in 1984.

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Bob Saget:
May 17, 1956 - January 9, 2022

Bob Saget was an actor, comedian, and director who starred in “Full House” and “Fuller House” and was the original host of “America’s Funniest Home Videos.”

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DMX AKA Earl Simmons:
December 18, 1970 - April 9, 2021

Died at a hospital in White Plains, New York, at the age of 50, after being on life support from a cardiac arrest.

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Whitney Houston:
August 9, 1963 - February 11, 2012

Whitney Houston's funeral will be held Saturday in the church where she first showcased her singing talents as a child, her family choosing to remember her in a private service rather than in a large event at an arena. The church service will be by invitation only, reflecting the family's decision t

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Taylor Hawkins:
Feb 15, 1972 - March 25, 2022

Hawkins, who has died suddenly aged 50 while on tour with Foo Fighters in Colombia, had been a member of the group since 1997.

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Owen Hart:
August 1965 - September 1997

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Abbas Ahmedi:
1958

A funny guy and very patient !

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Eddie Noble King Jr:
March 26, 1937 - November 16, 2020

-Eddie Noble King Jr, was born on March 26, 1937 to Eddie Sr. and Lois Boyd King. As their only child together, he was affectionately known as "Captain" or "Junior" or "June" to his parents and close family members.

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Biz Markie:
April 8, 1964 - July 16, 2021

New York rapper Biz Markie, famous for his hit Just a Friend, died on July 16, 2021 after a battle with complications from diabetes. The artist, born Marcel Theo Hall, passed away in a Baltimore hospital with his wife by his side. He was 57.

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Prince Rogers Nelson:
June 7, 1958 - April 21, 2016

Prince Rogers Nelson, One of the best-selling musicians of all time, a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Prince won seven Grammy Awards as well as a Golden Globe and an Academy Award. Songs including "When Doves Cry," "Raspberry Beret,' and "Kiss" soared to popularity and became pop-cul

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Robin Williams:
July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014

Robin Williams kept the world laughing, something that made it all the harder for friends and fans to accept that beneath that reservoir of frenetic energy and seemingly endless good humor resided demons so dark they could push him to suicide.

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The Notorious B.I.G.:
May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997

Born Christopher Wallace 24 years ago, B.I.G. grew up in the Bedford Stuyvesant area, one of the toughest neighbourhoods in Brooklyn, New York. His childhood was bleak, surrounded by crackheads and drug dealers.

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Tupac Shakur:
June 16, 1971 - Sep 13, 1996

In the years since hip-hop lost its most dynamic figure, several superstars have embodied the qualities that made Tupac Shakur such a legend. 50 Cent's vicious raps and bullet-scarred body recall Shakur's reckless, dangerous side.

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Nipsey Hussle:
Aug 15, 1985 - Mar 31, 2019

Nipsey Hussle was a Grammy-nominated West Coast rapper known for his mixtapes and his 2018 debut studio album, "Victory Lap." Hussle, born Ermias Asghedom, released his first mixtape in his native Los Angeles in 2005 and followed it up with the "Bullets Ain't Got No Name"

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Richard Pryor:
Dec 1, 1940 - Dec 10, 2005

Richard Pryor, the caustic yet perceptive actor-comedian who lived dangerously close to the edge both on stage and off, died Saturday. He was 65. Pryor died shortly before 8 a.m. of a heart attack after being taken to a hospital from his home in the San Fernando Valley

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Jim Morrison:
December 8, 1943 - July 3, 1971

Jim Morrison, a man who sang, wrote and drank hard as lead singer of the Doors, has died peacefully at the age of 27. He died in the early morning of Saturday, July 3rd, but it was July 9th, two days after he had been buried in a Paris cemetery, before his manager let word out to the American press.

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David Bowie:
8 January 1947 - 10 January 2016

Until the last, David Bowie, who has died of cancer, was still capable of springing surprises. His latest album, Blackstar, appeared on his 69th birthday on 8 January, and showed that his gift for making dramatic statements as well as challenging, disturbing music had not deserted him.

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Bernie Mac:
Oct 5, 1957 - Aug 9, 2008

Bernie Mac blended style, authority and a touch of self-aware bluster to make audiences laugh as well as connect with him.

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Michael Jackson:
August 29, 1958 - June 25, 2009

For his legions of fans, he was the Peter Pan of pop music: the little boy who refused to grow up. But on the verge of another attempted comeback, he is suddenly gone, this time for good.

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