Celebrity Deaths

Devo Member Bob Casale Passed Away

Posted Tuesday February 18, 2014 2:30 PM GMT

Legendary “Whip It” singers Devo lost a member of their crew on Monday (February 17).

Per a Facebook post from the band’s official page, the 80s band announced that Bob Casale died suddenly from heart failure at the age of 61.


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Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Alleged Drug Dealer: Linked To Other Celebrity Overdoses

Posted Monday February 17, 2014 5:25 PM GMT

With just two weeks since the terrible death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, it seems the guy he got the heroin from is no stranger to dead stars.

Robert Vineberg is accused of selling the “Along Came Polly” actor the junk that killed him, and he’s also been linked to Amy Winehouse and Jean-Michel Basquiat, both of whom died due to chemical complications.


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Ralph Waite of "The Waltons" Passes Away at Age 85

Posted Friday February 14, 2014 1:18 AM GMT

Leaving a rift throughout Hollywood, Ralph Waite patriarch of "The Waltons" passed away in Palm Desert, CA on Thursday (February 13) at age 85.

A classic television star, Waite was the front man on the hit CBS series for nine seasons throughout the 1970's, and also starred in several movies based upon its success.


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Sid Caesar Tributes Take Over Twitter

Posted Thursday February 13, 2014 11:10 AM GMT

Given his prolific influence on the television comedy realm, it’s not surprising that the late Sid Caesar was the topic of many celebrity tweets yesterday (February 12).


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TV Legend Sid Caesar Dead at 91

Posted Wednesday February 12, 2014 4:31 PM GMT

Television legend Sid Caesar passed away at the age of 91 in Los Angeles on Wednesday (February 12).

The New York native is best known for his roles in “Your Show of Shows” and “Caesar’s House,” which were groundbreaking programs that aired in the 1950s.


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Philip Seymour Hoffman Wrote About "Demons" in Personal Journals

Posted Tuesday February 11, 2014 10:17 PM GMT

As the world continues to mourn his sudden death, Philip Seymour Hoffman left behind clues about his complicated struggle with substance abuse.

While searching his NYC apartment, police found two journals kept by the actor, along with books by Truman Capote, his portrayal of whom he won an Oscar.


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Remembering Shirley Temple: 5 Darling Movies From the Original Child Star

Posted Tuesday February 11, 2014 3:00 PM GMT

She warmed the hearts of millions when she came onto the scene in the early 1930s, and Hollywood learned today (February 11) that it lost a legend in Shirley Temple Black. Coined "The Original Child Star," the 85-year-old actress starred in a plethora of memorable big screen creation in her younger years, using her bright eyes and dimples to cheer up the Depression Era.



Stars Mourn the Death of Shirley Temple

Posted Tuesday February 11, 2014 12:15 PM GMT

She passed away on Monday (February 10) of natural causes at 85 years old, and Shirley Temple Black had quite an impact on everyone around her.

Some of the late “Curly Top” actress’ admirers took to Twitter this morning to share their feelings over the tragic loss.


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