Here Are A Few Of The Celebrities And People In The News That We Loss In 2011. While Some Were All Over The Front Pages, A Few Of Them Slipped By Us.
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Amy Winehouse The talented but troubled Grammy winner's drug addiction and rehab stints were well-documented by the press. Sadly, Winehouse passed away at 27 after being found lifeless in her London home.
Andy Rooney The legendary 60 Minutes commentator died in a New York City hospital due to complications following minor surgery. He was 92
Andy Whitfield The Spartacus: Blood and Sand star died of non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in Sydney, Australia. He was 39
Bubba Smith The NFL great and Police Academy star died at age 66. Authorities believe Smith succumbed to natural causes at his Los Angeles-area home
Charles Napier The character actor appeared in the Jonathan Demme-directed The Silence of the Lambs and Philadelphia, as well as Rambo: First Blood Part II, Austin Powers and dozens of other films and TV shows. Died at the age of 75.
Clarence Clemons The legendary saxophonist, who powered Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band for nearly 40 years, passed away due to complications stemming from a stroke he had a week prior to his death. He was 69.
Cliff Robertson Veteran actor, who won an Oscar for his role as a mentally disabled man in 1968's Charley, passed away due to natural causes. He was 88
Dan Frazer Veteran character actor, best known for his role as Captain Frank McNeil on TV's Kojak, died of cardiac arrest. He was 90
Dan Wheldon IndyCar driver died after suffering severe injuries in a 15-car wreck at the Las Vegas Indy 300. He was 33 years old.
Dr. Jack Kevorkian The Michigan pathologist who put assisted suicide on the world's medical ethics stage died at the Beaumont Hospital. He was 83.
Gil Scott-Heron American poet and writer.
Harry Morgan The Emmy-winning actor, best known for playing the caustic but beloved Colonel Potter who oversaw those lovable goofball doctors on CBS's M*A*S*H, passed away at age 96 after battling pneumonia.
Heavy D Popular rapper, whose hits included "Nuttin' But Love" and "Now That We Found Love," died of as-yet unknown causes. He was 44
Jackie Cooper In a career spanning nearly all of his 89 years, Jackie Cooper began as a child star in the Our Gang comedies and films such as The Champ and his Oscar-nominated performance in Skippy, before going on to become a director of television and actor in the Christopher Reeve-era Superman films.
Jack LaLanne The fitness guru whose name became synonymous with healthy living died from respiratory failure resulting from pneumonia. He was 96.
James Arness The actor, who played Marshall Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke for 20 years, passed away at the age of 88.
Jane Russell The brunette bombshell whose breakout role came in the 1941 western The Outlaw died at 89.
Jeff Conaway The star of Grease and Taxi had struggled with drugs and alcohol over the last decade, even seeking help from experts on Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew. He had been in a coma for more than two weeks after being hospitalized with pneumonia and the blood poisoning known as sepsis. He died May 27 in Los Angeles after being taken off life support. He was 60.
Smoking Joe Frazier Died after a brief battle with liver cancer at the age of 67
Elizabeth Taylor One of Old Hollywood's last great screen legends, Taylor got her start as a child actress at the age of 10 and went on to make more than 50 films and earn two Academy Awards. She was just as famous for her offscreen exploits, which included eight marriages, a fierce devotion to AIDS activism and a fragrance empire. The 79-year-old died of congestive heart failure at L.A.'s Cedars-Sinai hospital.
Loleatta Holloway Disco-era singer died at the age of 64 due to a brief illness.
Mary Fickett An original member of the cast of All My Children, Fickett, who died Sept. 8 at 83
M-Bone The hip-hop artist and member of Cali Swag District, which had a crossover hit with "Teach Me How to Dougie," died after being gunned down during a drive-by shooting. He was 22.
Mia Amber Davis The voluptuous model and actress (she seduced DJ Qualls' character in Road Trip) died one day after undergoing seemingly routine knee surgery in Los Angeles. She was just 36
Michael Gough or--as most people know him--Batman's butler Alfred Pennyworth in the Batman films died at the age of 94
Nate Dogg The rapper and G funk heavyweight passed away after a years-long battle with his health, including suffering two strokes in recent years. No cause of death was immediately released. He was 41.
Nick Ashford Half of the husband-and-wife songwriting team Ashford & Simpson, the Motown hitmaker's tunes included "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "I'm Every Woman." He died at 70 after a battle with throat cancer.
Patrice O'Neal Funnyman, best known for a slew of stand-up cable specials, passed away from complications of a stroke suffered in Oct. 2011. He was 41.
Peter Falk The Emmy-winning Columbo star—and Princess Bride's book-reading grandpa!—passed away at his home in Beverly Hills. Falk, who reportedly suffered from Alzheimer's disease, was 83.
Randy "Macho Man" Savage The flamboyant '80s wrestler, who competed with the likes of Hulk Hogan and Jesse Ventura, died in a car accident after reportedly suffering a heart attack. He was 58.
Ryan Dunn The daredevil, who costarred in all three Jackass movies, died in a car crash. He was 34. Authorities say speed may have been a factor.
Vesta Williams The R&B star, who had hits in the '80s with such songs as "Congratulations" and "I'll Be Good to You," was found dead in a Los Angeles hotel room.
Steve Jobs The cofounder of Apple Computers, former head of Pixar Animation Studios and all-around technology game-changer died Oct. 5 after a seven-year battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 56.
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