Larry King

US talk show host Larry King had a career spanning more than six decades and thousands of interviews

Gerry Marsden

He died in hospital at the age of 78, with his agent paying tribute to a musical "legend".

Captain Sir Tom Moore

After inspiring the nation during lockdown by raising tens of millions of pounds for the NHS in 2020, Captain Sir Tom Moore died at the age of 100 after contracting COVID-19.

Christopher Plummer

Amongst the most decorated in his field, he won an Oscar, two Primetime Emmys, two Tony Awards, a Golden Globe, a Screen Actors Guild Award and a BAFTA during his career.

Johnny Briggs

Soap star Johnny Briggs played Coronation Street's Mike Baldwin for 30 years, an often unscrupulous character known for his affair with Deirdre Barlow and his long-running feud with her husband, Ken.

Murray Walker

Legendary Formula One commentator Murray Walker's voice provided the backing track to some of the sport's most iconic moments, from James Hunt's 1976 championship win over Niki Lauda, to Nigel Mansell's 1992 title triumph

Yaphet Kotto

Actor Yaphet Kotto, best known for his turn as a James Bond villain in Live And Let Die, died at the age of 81.He was the franchise's first black antagonist, playing Dr Kananga and his alter-ego Mr Big in the 1973 film opposite the late Sir Roger Moore as 007.

Bunny Wailer

Reggae legend and three-time Grammy winner Bunny Wailer, the last surviving member of The Wailers, died in Jamaica at the age of 73.

Sabine Schmitz

She was a very famous and a very best racer of her times, who died in March 2021 included

Prince Philip

Prince Philip died at the age of 99, just two months before his 100th birthday.He had been married to Queen Elizabeth II for more than 70 years and was the longest-serving consort in British history

Helen McCrory

Peaky Blinders and Harry Potter actress Helen McCrory died at the age of 52 after being diagnosed with cancer.


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Charles Grodin

Actor Charles Grodin was best known for his roles in The Heartbreak Kid, Midnight Run and two Beethoven movies.

Eric Carle

Eric Carle was the man behind children's book The Very Hungry Caterpillar, published in 1969, which told the story of a caterpillar's metamorphosis into a beautiful butterfly.

Dilip Kumar

One of Hindi cinema's greatest actors, Dilip Kumar was a national treasure in India.He died at the age of 98 following a long-term illness, with India's prime minister Narendra Modi paying tribute to "a cinematic legend".

Dusty Hill

Dusty Hill was the bassist and vocalist with US rock band ZZ Top.The band had still been performing up until not long before Hill's death at the age of 72.

Sarah Harding

Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding rose to fame with the girl group on Popstars: The Rivals in 2002, alongside Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh.

Halyna Hutchins

The death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins shocked the world. On set in New Mexico working on the Western film Rust, the 42-year-old died after a gun held by star and producer Alec Baldwin went off during a rehearsal.

Stephen Sondheim

Stephen Sondheim was the composer and lyricist behind some of the world's best-known musicals, including the lyrics for West Side Story and Sweeney Todd, during a 60-year career.

Virgil Abloh

US fashion designer Virgil Abloh first came to prominence as rapper Kanye West's creative director but later made history as the first African-American to lead French luxury brand Louis Vuitton. He also founded the Off-White label.

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