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We really liked him. Such a great character actor. He was one year younger than me and hub. Puts things in perspective. RIP, Miguel.Another one bites the dust, Miguel Ferrer
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Hard to believe he was only 61, I thought he was much older.
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/mike-connors-dead-star-mannix-was-91-969213Mike Connors, who took a punch as well as anyone while playing the good-guy private detective on the long-running Saturday night action series Mannix for CBS, has died. He was 91.
A former basketball player for legendary coach John Wooden at UCLA, Connors died Thursday, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed. No other details were immediately available.
http://pagesix.com/2017/01/27/john-hurt-dead-at-77/Award winning actor John Hurt reportedly died on Friday after a battle with cancer.
The 77-year-old actor, who starred in films such as “Harry Potter” and “The Elephant Man,” passed away after suffering from pancreatic cancer, according to London’s Mirror newspaper.
Hurt contemplated his demise during an interview he did in 2015 while fighting the disease.
“I can’t say I worry about mortality, but it’s impossible to get to my age and not have a little contemplation of it,” Hurt said.
“We’re all just passing time, and occupy our chair very briefly.”
http://ew.com/tv/2017/01/27/barbara-hale-dead-perry-mason-actress-dies-94/Barbara Hale, the Emmy-winning actress who played the loyal legal secretary Della Street on the long-running TV series Perry Mason, died Thursday at her home in Sherman Oaks, California. She was 94.
Her son, the actor William Katt, confirmed Hale’s death on Facebook and remembered her as “gracious and kind and silly and always fun to be with.” She was a “wonderful actress and smart businesswoman,” Katt said, and “most of all a treasure as a friend and mother.”
Starring opposite Raymond Burr’s dogged defense attorney, Hale appeared all nine seasons of Perry Mason, which aired from 1957 to 1966 on CBS. She won her Emmy in 1959.
Our baby boomer generation is now dying. All our days are numbered. I wish we still had the great shows we grew up with. RIP all that we loved so dearly. Betty White is determined she will out live us all. And, she probably will!