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    Celebrity deaths in 2021

    The deaths of celebrities Alex Trebek and Chadwick Boseman, as well as the devastation caused by COVID-19, were witnessed in Hard 2020.

    As the epidemic continues to spread, we’re paying tribute to the celebrities we’ve lost so far in 2021.

    Williams, Clarence III

    He is known for the role Linc Hayes on “The Mod Squad” from 1968 to 1973, died on June 4 at his Los Angeles home after a losing the battle to colon cancer. He was 81 years old.

    Ernie Vivacious

    29 January 1947 – 3 June 2021 Ernie Lively, 74, died on June 3 as an actor, acting teacher, and father of “Gossip Girl” actress Blake Lively. Ernie – who began in show business in the 1970s and starred as Blake’s father in the two “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” films – died of heart problems, according to his family (via The Hollywood Reporter).

    Ernie and Elaine Lively’s children – Blake, Robyn Lively’s “Teen Witch” co-star Lori Lively, Jason Lively, and Eric Lively – are all performers.

    Golonka, Arlene

    Arlene Golonka, born on January 23, 1936, died on May 31, 2021, at the age of 85. The Chicago native is best remembered for her role as Millie Swanson in the 1968-1971 television series “Mayberry R.F.D.” Her niece informed Variety that she suffered from Alzheimer’s disease.

    Gavin MacLeod

    Gavin MacLeod best known for “The Love Boat” following appearances on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” died on May 29. He was ninety-years-old.

    “My heart is broken,” Ed Asner, star of “Mary Tyler Moore,” said on Twitter. “Gavin was my brother, my criminal partner (and food accomplice), and my comedic conspirator.”

    Thomas, B.J.

    B.J. Thomas, born on August 7, 1942, died in May at the age of 78. The musician, whose songs include “Hooked on a Feeling” and “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head,” revealed his lung cancer diagnosis in March.

    Hogan, Robert

    28 September 1933 – 27 May 2021 Robert Hogan, well known for his appearances on “Peyton Place,” “Law & Order,” and HBO’s “The Wire,” died on May 27 as a result of pneumonia complications. Hogan, who was 87 years old when he died, was diagnosed with vascular Alzheimer’s disease in 2013.

    Clark, Kevin

    3 December 1988 – 26 May 2021 Kevin Clark, the young actor who portrayed Freddy “Spazzy McGee” Jones in the 2003 film “School of Rock,” was killed when his bicycle was hit by a vehicle. He was 32 years old.

    De Banzie, Lois

    4 May 1930 – 26 May 2021 Lois De Banzie, If you have ever heard of Annie, then this is the one who has died. She was ninety-years-old.

    Wright, Samuel E.

    20 November 1946 – 25 May 2021 Samuel E. Wright, the famous voice of Sebastian in “The Little Mermaid” and Mufasa in “The Lion King” on Broadway, died in his Walden, New York, home. He was 74 years old.

    York, Mark

    17 November 1965 – 19 May 2021 Mark York, best known for his portrayal of Billy Merchant in “The Office” alongside Steve Carell, died in May at the age of 55. According to an obituary issued by Kreitzer Funeral Home in Ohio, the actor and inventor died “after a short and sudden illness.”

    DMX

    18 December 1970 – 9 April 2021 On April 9, the rapper DMX died at the age of 50. The famous singer, born Earl Simmons, had been hospitalized earlier in the month after a narcotics overdose that left him in a “vegetative condition.”

    “Earl was a fighter who battled until the very end,” his family told Page Six in a statement. “He adored his family and we treasured the time we spent with him. “Earl’s music inspired millions of admirers worldwide, and his legendary legacy will carry on in perpetuity.

    The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip

    Prince Philip of the United Kingdom died on April 9 at the age of 99. Buckingham Palace stated at the time that Queen Elizabeth II’s husband “passed away peacefully” at Windsor Castle.

    Philip was the longest-serving royal consort in British history, having been married to Elizabeth for 73 years and father to Prince Charles, the royal heir. In August 2017, the Duke of Edinburgh stepped down from public life.

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