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Ivana Trump’s Final Conversation Makes Heartbreaking Death Even More Tragic

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Donald Trump’s first wife, Ivana Trump, tragically died aged seventy-three on July 14.

When the news initially broke, little was known about her death. But now, new details have been released, including her heartbreaking final conversation…

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It comes as Ivana’s best friend recalled being worried about the late businesswoman.

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Scroll down for the full story…

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Now, this latest news comes at a very difficult time for Trump, who we are all aware hasn’t handled his election defeat too well.

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From the moment Biden was confirmed as the winner on November 7th, Trump went on a Twitter rampage — spreading lies about how the election was “stolen” from him and how Biden was nothing but a fraud.

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Trump’s behavior online began to escalate to dangerous levels…

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And the lies he was spreading to his followers ultimately caused the shocking scenes in Washington on January 6th, 2021.

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After holding a “Save America” rally just a few miles away from the prestigious Capitol building, Trump encouraged his supporters to “take the election back” and “fight like hell”…

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Which lead to thousands of them storming the Capitol and unleashing true havoc.

5 people, including 1 police officer, died on that day including hundreds of others being seriously injured.

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People from all around the world were horrified by the violent scenes…

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And thousands began calling on Trump to intervene and to tell his followers to back down… Which, of course, he refused to do along with refusing to take responsibility for the actions of the rioters.

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This resulted in him being removed from Twitter and all other social media platforms for “inciting violence”…

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And ever since, Trump has been painfully absent from all forms of social media.

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Of course, we all know how much Trump loved running his mouth via social media…

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So we can’t imagine how much of a kick in the teeth this must have been for him.

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The seventy-five-year-old was clearly in a huge sulk over his social media dismissal…

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And when the day of Biden’s inauguration arrived, Trump wasn’t present – making him the first U.S president in decades to not attend the inauguration of his successor.

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Now, although Trump is no longer the president, there are still some people that believe he should be.

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Including Trump himself…

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Trump is not giving up on the prospect of becoming president again as he has promised to return to The White House.

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But not a lot of people are backing him.

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Trump promised to return to The White House while at the American Freedom Tour in Florida.

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According to Business Insider, Trump claimed at the rally that he will take “back the House” and the Senate.

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Addressing a crowd at the rally he said: “With the support of everyone in this room, we will take back the House, we will take back the Senate and we will take back our country, and then most importantly in 2024, we are going to take back our beautiful White House.”

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“You had a president that always put America first. I will be back and we will be better and stronger than ever before.”

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Trump reportedly also went on to, once again, falsely claim that he won the 2020 presidential election.

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“We won twice,” he said. “We did much better the second time, and we may have to do it again.”

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Despite gaining popularity for being a rambunctious political tyrant…

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Trump hasn’t always been interested in politics, and he actually started out as a businessman and media personality.

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He became president of his father’s real estate business in 1971, which later became The Trump Organization.

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Just 5 years later, he met his first wife Ivana Trump in New York City while the model was visiting for a fashion show.

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They hit it off instantly, and Ivana shared more about their meeting and subsequent dating to the New York Post in 2016…

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She revealed that she and her friends were at a bar, waiting for a table on the Upper East Side when he came over.

“[There’s] this tall blond guy with blue eyes. He said: ‘I’m Donald Trump and I see you’re looking for a table. I can help you.’ I look at my friends and said: ‘The good news is, we’re going to get a table real fast. The bad news is, this guy is going to be sitting with us,’” she recalled.

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He ended up paying their bill and after finishing her meal, Ivana left only to see Trump sitting in the “driver’s seat of his own limousine.” She shared that “he drove us home and then we started to date.”

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It was a whirlwind romance and less than a year later they tied the knot.

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Ivana Trump married Donald Trump in 1977.

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The pair’s split was finalized in 1992, after Donald Trump’s affair with Marla Maples was made public.

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Together, they raised 3 children: Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric.

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And she became a tenacious businesswoman, developing her own lines of jewelry, clothing, and beauty products.

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Their relationship, like all relationships, had its ups and downs, and the pair eventually went their separate ways, although they have remained close friends.

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So the recent news of her passing has hit Trump and their children very hard.

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The Trump family made the announcement.

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“I am very saddened to inform all of those that loved her, of which there were many, that Ivana Trump has passed away at her home in New York City,” Donald Trump said.

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“She was a wonderful, beautiful, and amazing woman, who led a great and inspirational life. Her pride and joy were her three children, Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric.”

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“She was so proud of them as we were all so proud of her. Rest In Peace, Ivana.”

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Ivanka Trump also posted a tribute to her mother on Instagram…

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“Heartbroken by the passing of my mother. Mom was brilliant, charming, passionate and wickedly funny. She modeled strength, tenacity, and determination in her every action,” she wrote.

“She lived life to the fullest — never forgoing an opportunity to laugh and dance,” she added. “I will miss her forever and will keep her memory alive in our hearts always.”

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Ivana was found “unconscious and unresponsive” in her home by a member of staff.

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She was allegedly found lying at the bottom of the stairs in her Manhattan townhouse just hours before she was due for a hair appointment.

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Investigators at the scene have suggested that she could have fallen, which might have been the result of a “medical episode.”

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An official cause of death announced her death as an “accident.”

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And now, rumors may be true…

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A chief medical examiner confirmed that Ivana died with “blunt impact injuries.”

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With the news of Ivana’s passing, tributes have been pouring from her close friends and family…

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The 73-year-old’s long-term friend Zach Erdem described her as an “angel.”

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“She was always supporting charities and everything. She was like an angel.

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“Whoever needed help, she would be there. She didn’t care about any politics or religion or whatever, she was ready to help whoever needed it,” he said.

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The ex-Hamptons server also revealed that “she was like a mother” to him because of her “kind nature.”

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And that’s not all…

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He said she “never stopped rooting for him.”

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“‘I want you to be more successful. I know how hard you work. I know where you came from,’ which was really cool when someone knows you and gives you credit,” he revealed.

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“She knew that I was a busboy. She knew that I didn’t speak English when I was a busboy,” he recalled.

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So it wasn’t a surprise when the Trump family asked funeral guests to “donate to Big Dog Ranch Rescue instead, a Florida-based charity close to her heart.”

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“Ivana was philanthropically involved with many charities throughout her entire life, but always remained steadfast and passionate in her love for animals.

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“In lieu of flowers, we kindly ask you to support Ivana in her mission to help dogs and donate to Big Dog Rescue Ranch,” the donation page reads.

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Since then, Ivana’s best friend has spoken out about her “accidental death.”

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And said, “she saw it coming.”

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In an interview with the New York Post, Nikki Haskell opened up about how she felt about Ivana…

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And admitted that she was “worried” for her best friend.

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Haskell was worried that Ivana might slip on what she called the beautiful but “treacherous” staircase at her Manhattan home.

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She also revealed how poorly the staircase was designed.

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“I was always so upset about that staircase,” Haskell confessed.

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“I hated those stairs. They were so treacherous. We worried about her falling,” she added.

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Haskell also revealed that Ivana’s townhouse was “4 stories high” and while there was an elevator…

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Ivana never used it.

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“It’s a beautiful staircase but I wouldn’t want it. It’s so steep and deep. Friends used to say to me, ‘Why don’t you stay with Ivana when you’re in New York?’

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“But you couldn’t pay me to hang out there and go up and down those stairs,” she said.

But Haskell wasn’t the only one worried about the stairs…

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Erdem also spoke about how Ivana told him to “slow down” when going down those stairs with him.

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And described the staircase as being “tight,” according to reports.

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He recalled how Ivana said she’s “not a 20-year-old anymore,” going down the staircase — instructing him to slow down, while he took her down the stairs.

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Rest in peace, Ivana.

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We are already more than halfway through 2022, and sadly this year alone we have lost a lot of memorable celebrities.

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Whether that’s musicians, actors, or artists, there have been many notable losses of people that have touched our lives in some way or another. And we’d like to take some time to remember them for their talents…

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Who better to start the tributes of our most loved celebrities than James Caan.

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Caan most notably played the role of Santino “Sonny” Corleone in the hit movie The Godfather, which earned him an Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He also appeared in Misery and Elf which just proves what great range he had. He passed away on July 6, aged eighty-two.

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Tony Sirico…

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Sharing Caan’s love of gangsta roles, Sirico, who started out on the big screen in 1974, appeared in Goodfellas as Tony Stacks. He also famously played the character Paulie Walnuts in The Sopranos. He died on July 8 aged seventy-nine.

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Ray Liotta…

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We have sadly lost another star from Goodfellas this year, Liotta played the mobster Henry Hill and most recently appeared in Shades of Blue, with Jennifer Lopez. He died on May 26, aged sixty-seven.

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Mary Mara…

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Mara was a TV and theatre actor. Police believe she drowned while swimming in the St. Lawrence River. She was sixty-one.

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Margaret Keane…

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Keane was a famous painter, who only received acclaim for her work twenty years after her husband rose to fame for passing her work off as his own. He was eventually found out. She continued to paint until her death at the age of ninety-four.

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Naomi Judd…

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Judd was a well-known country singer who performed with her daughter in the band Judds, together the pair won 5 Grammy Awards and even made it into the Country Music Hall of Fame. She died on April 30, aged seventy-six.

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Robert Morse…

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Morse started out on Broadway way back in 1955, which catapulted his career in showbiz, later on in his career he took to acting on TV and won many accolades for his performances. His most notable TV performance was as Bertram Cooper in Mad Men. He died on April 20, aged ninety.

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Gilbert Gottfried…

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We all know Gottfried as the incredible comedian with the iconic shrill voice. He notably appeared on Saturday Night Live, and also played the parrot Iago in Disney’s Aladdin. Sadly, he died on April 12, aged sixty-seven.

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Estelle Harris…

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Harris was most well known for her role as Estelle Costanza on the sitcom Seinfeld. She also took on voice work for Mrs. Potato Head in the animated movie Toy Story. She died on April 3, aged ninety-three.

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Tom Parker…

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Parker was a singer from the popular British boyband The Wanted. Sadly, in 2020, he was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer. He died on March 30, aged just thirty-three.

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Taylor Hawkins…

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Hawkins was famously known for being the drummer for Foo Fighters, he played with the band for twenty-five years, and gained a lot of fans in the process. He died on March 25, aged fifty.

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Scott Hall…

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Hall, known as Razor Ramon, was a pro wrestler who founded the New World Order, with Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash. He died on March 14 shortly after getting a hip replacement, suffering multiple heart attacks before he passed. He was sixty-three.

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William Hurt…

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Hurt worked in TV, Theater, and Film during his illustrious career in Hollywood. He was nominated for 4 Academy Awards and won an Oscar for Best Actor in 1985. He died on March 13, aged seventy-one.

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Emilio Delgado…

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The Mexican-American actor worked on the children’s TV show Sesame Street for over forty years and was a huge part of our lives growing up. He also appeared in other TV shows, such as Law & Order. He died on March 10, aged eighty-one.

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Sally Kellerman…

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Kellerman was in the spotlight for over 5 decades, starring in TV shows before going on to play notable parts such as Margaret Houlihan in MASH, and recently the mother of Mark Maron in Maron. She died on February 24, aged eighty-four.

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Ivan Reitman…

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Reitman was an incredible director, working on such movies as Ghostbusters, and Twins. He died at home in California on February 12, aged seventy-five.

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Betty Davis…

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Davis needs very little introduction, the funk singer was well known for her incredible vocals. After less than a decade in the industry, she decided to leave. But she’s still famous for her iconic hits. She died on February 9, aged seventy-seven.

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Manfred Thierry Mugler…

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Mugler was a well-known French fashion designer who worked with some of the greats during his career. He was most notably responsible for creating Kim Kardashian’s wet-look dress for the Met Gala in 2019. He died on January 23, aged seventy-three.

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Marvin Lee Aday (Meat Loaf)…

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Meat Loaf sold over 100 million albums worldwide. The rock music icon not only had incredible skill with words, but his theatrical performances were next level. He died on January 20, aged seventy-four.

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Louie Anderson…

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Anderson had a long career as a stand-up comedian and also worked in television for a short time, gaining an Emmy for his role on Baskets. He sadly died from cancer on January 21, aged sixty-eight.

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Gaspard Ulliel…

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The French actor was best known for playing young Hannibal in Hannibal Rising and was scheduled to make an appearance in the Marvel series, Moon Knight. However, he sadly died in a freak skiing accident on January 19, aged thirty-seven.

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Bob Saget…

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Saget was best known for his role as Danny Tanner in the hit TV show Full House, and appeared in a range of TV shows and movies over the years. Although fans know him best as a stand-up comedian. He died on January 9 aged sixty-five.

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Michael Lang…

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Lang was the co-creator of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival which began in 1969. It was a hugely historic event for the music industry. He died on January 8, aged seventy-seven.

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Sidney Poitier…

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Poitier was the first black actor to win an Academy Award for his role in Lillies of the Field, in which he won best actor. He also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Poitier died on January 6, aged ninety-four.

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Lenny Von Dohlen…

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The actor played the character Harold Smith on the original Twin Peaks, he also appeared in the movie Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me. He died on July 5 at the age of sixty-three.

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Joe Turkel…

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Turkel was best known for his roles in The Shining and Blade Runner, and over the course of his career appeared in over 100 films and TV shows! He died on June 27, aged ninety-four.

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Lil Keed…

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Keed was a rapper and only starting out in his career when he suffered sudden liver and kidney failure leading to his tragic death. He died on March 13, aged just twenty-four.

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Bruce MacVittie…

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The veteran stage actor also dabbled in TV and is famously known for his appearances in The Sopranos and Law & Order. He died on May 7 at the age of sixty-five. 

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Mike Hagerty…

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Hagerty was best known for playing the janitor Mr. Treeger on Friends, but more recently appeared on the sitcoms; The George Carlin Show and Lucky Louie. He died on May 5, aged sixty-seven.

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Joanna Barnes…

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Barnes was an actress and writer best known for her roles in hit movies The Parent Trap and Auntie Mame. She died on April 29, aged eighty-seven. 

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Jossara Jinaro…

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Jinaro appeared on a range of TV shows such as ERThe Young and the Restless, and Judging Amy. She died after a battle with cancer on April 27, aged forty-eight. 

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Liz Sheridan…

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Sheridan was a veteran actress, who played Jerry’s overbearing mom on the show Seinfeld. She also appeared in several theatre and TV productions over her career. She died on April 15 of natural causes. Sheridan was ninety-three. 

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Rae Allen…

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Allen was best known for her roles in The Sopranos and A League of Their Own. She died on April 6, aged ninety-five. 

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Cheslie Kryst…

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Kryst was Miss USA back in 2019 and worked with Extra. She died on January 30, aged thirty, after allegedly jumping from a building in New York. 

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Moses J. Moseley…

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Moseley worked on the hit TV show The Walking Dead as one of Michonne’s guard zombies. He died on January 26, aged thirty-one.

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