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New Jersey Congressman Donald Payne had a heart attack on Apr 6 and went into the hospital. He never regained consciousness, and died today. He was 65.

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Pioneering rock guitarist Duane Eddy died at age 86.

 
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Bernard Hill's crowning career achievement was playing the ill-fated Madgett in Peter Greenaway's sublime "Drowning By Numbers" from 1988, but he went on to appear in a couple of other little things anyway including "Titanic" as Captain Smith and the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy as King Theoden.

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He was 79.
Rest in peace.

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Bernard Hill is due to appear in the latest series of The Responder(with Martin Freeman) starting on the BBC tonight. A bit of fateful timing and almost certainly his last piece of work.

He lived not that far from me and was always involved with local events and of course theatre. Top bloke, and a top actor, famous for much more TV and film than people would at first realise and for several decades.
 
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Rest in peace, Ian Gelder, at 74.
He was Kevan Lannister on Game of Thrones and also appeared on Doctor Who among many other things over a 50+ year career on stage and screen.



Condolence especially to his longtime life-mate, the excellent actor Ben Daniels.

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Filmaker Morgan Spurlock died yesterday of complications of cancer, age 53. He made the documentary "Super Size Me".

 
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Actress Janis Paige has died on June 2, age 101. Her first movie was in 1944. She appeared o ntwo different cards in 1948.






Actor William Russell, known for his appearances on Doctor Who, died yesterday at age 99.

 
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I missed this one when it happened. Actor Lawrence Steven Meyers died on Dec. 5, age 67.

 
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Rapper Brother Marquis of the 2-Live Crew is spitting dirty nursery rhymes at Saint Peter, having expired at the too young age of 58.
Born Mark D. Ross in Rochester, New York, he is shown on the cards below wearing the beret and "Censorship is UnAmerican" shirt, second from right.




He was preceded in death by pioneering Asian rapper Fresh Kid Ice in 2017, shown 2nd from left in the cards above. The two were the most distinctive voices in the group during their late 80's and early 90's heyday, which saw them become unlikely 1st Amendment heroes. Their music is certainly not for everyone, but the legal battles which ensued following the release of their most popular LP ("As Nasty As They Wanna Be") helped to underscore and ultimately strengthen the idea that each listener should be allowed to decide for themselves what is or is not "appropriate" language.

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New Jersey Congressman Donald Payne had a heart attack on Apr 6 and went into the hospital. He never regained consciousness, and died today. He was 65.




Despite his death, Payne was just re-elected.
 
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Actor Erich Anderson died on June 1, age 67.

 
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Actor Alan Scarfe died April 28, age 77.



 
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Apollo astronaut William Anders died yesterday in a plane crash, age 90.

 
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Just saw an interview with Anders from a few years back where he said he would fly planes as long as he could make it into the cockpit. No other person was on board, and he went down in water. He was doing what he loved best, so what else can you say? It's always those small private planes. Shake Head
 
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