Wednesday, December 26, 2007

TheTwoCents 2007 Review - Farewell...

The following left the Pop Culture world during 2007. Farwell to you all.

Anna Nicole Smith, 39, American 1993 Playmate of the Year
Beverly Sills, 78, American opera singer
Big Moe, 33, American rapper
Bill Walsh, 75, Coach of the San Francisco 49ers
Bob Clark, 67, American film director (A Christmas Story, Porky's)

Bobby "Boris" Pickett, 69, American Singer ("Monster Mash")
Boris Yeltsin, 76, first President of the Russian Federation
Bowie Kuhn, 80, American Major League Baseball commissioner
Brett Somers, 83, American actress, comedienne and panelist (Match Game)
Brian "Crush" Adams, 44, American professional wrestler

Calvert DeForest, 85, American actor, known as Larry "Bud" Melman
Charles Nelson Reilly, 76, American Tony-winning actor and Match Game panelist
Dan Fogelberg, 56, American singer-songwriter
Deborah Kerr, 86, British actress (From Here to Eternity)
Denny Doherty, 66, Canadian singer with The Mamas & the Papas

Don Ho, 76, American Hawaiian musician and entertainer
Ernest Gallo, 97, American co-founder of E & J Gallo Winery
Frankie Laine, 93, American singer
George Osmond, 90, American patriarch of the Osmond singing family
Ike Turner, 76, American R&B musician and record producer

Ingmar Bergman, 89, Swedish stage and film director
Jane Wyman, 90, American Academy Award-winning actress
Jerry Falwell, 73, American pastor, television evangelist
Joey Bishop, 89, American entertainer, last surviving member of the Rat Pack
Johnny Hart, 76, American cartoonist (B.C., The Wizard of Id)

Kitty Carlisle Hart, 96, American television personality (To Tell the Truth)
Kurt Vonnegut, 84, American novelist and social critic
Lady Bird Johnson, 94, First Lady of the United States
LaLa Brown, 21, American R&B singer
Leona Helmsley, 87, Manhattan hotelier

Luciano Pavarotti, 71, Italian operatic tenor
Marcel Marceau, 84, French mime artist
Mark St. John, 51, American guitarist (KISS, White Tiger)
Mary "Moolah" Ellison, 84, WWE Performer
Merv Griffin, 82, American talk show host

Michael "Mike Awesome" Alfonso, 42, American wrestler
Phil Rizzuto, 89, American baseball player
Richard Jeni, 49, American comedian
Richard Jewell, 44, American security guard wrongly accused of the Atlanta Olympics bombing
Robert "Evel" Knievel, Jr., 69, American stunt performer

Robert Goulet, 73, American singer and actor
Scott "Bam Bam" Bigelow, 45, American professional wrestler
Tammy Faye Messner, 65, American evangelist
Tom Poston, 85, American actor (Newhart)
Tom Snyder, 71, American talk show host and journalist

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