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This notable deaths list will have any notable famous people who passed away in 2014, as soon as the news hits, but if we miss any prominent obituaries please let us know in the comments below, and we will add them right away.
 Which celebrities died in 2014? The newest deaths are listed at the top of this list, but you can sort the well-known obit list alphabetically by the name column.
List of celebrity deaths in 2014 is an official watch list of celebrities who died in 2014.

She co-hosted Fashion Police, starred in Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?, and appeared in a number of films and TV shows, but was probably known best for her stand-up comedy.
Joan Rivers (real name Joan Molinksy) was an actress, comedian, writer, producer, and television host.
Jan Hooks was an actress and comedian best known for being a cast member of Saturday Night Live from 1986 to 1991.
She also appeared in a number of television and film roles including: Designing Women, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, and Batman Returns.
After being signed by the NFL’s Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2002, Bironas made his way around arena football before finally landing the job as the Tennessee Titan’s placekicker.
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Very cool list – i don’t mean that dying young is cool, I just mean that it’s really interesting to see current icons juxtaposed with historical figures.
As you can see I took your comment into consideration and ave not only added many artist and authors from the 1700s etc but I have also added others to make the list into 140 items.
Joan Rivers 1933 – 2014 ( Age 81) Died from Surgical Complications.
Peaches Geldof 1989 – 2014 ( Age 25) Died Unexplained and Sudden .
Alicia Rhett as India Wilkes – Gone With the Wind, GWTW: "I can't stand that Scarlett.
The kind of acting I is when you watch and you discover what you think perhaps you weren't supposed to see: the chink in the armor.
Jane Kean 1923 – 2013 Age 90) Died from complications from a fall.
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Hilda Oates Actress, ¡Patakín! quiere decir ¡fábula! 19 September 2014 47.
Elina Labourdette Actress, Les dames du Bois de Boulogne 30 September 2014 22.
Gabriele Domschke Actress, Beas Vorstellung von Glück 27 September 2014 31.
Cielito Legaspi Actress, Walang daigdig 26 September 2014 32.
Elsie Downey Actress, Chafed Elbows 22 September 2014 36.
Ilse Wessel Actress, Het onvruchtbare huwelijk 28 September 2014 28.
Cecilia Cenci Actress, Gatica, el mono 21 September 2014 40.
Franziska Kohlund Actress, Ein Schweizer wie bestellt 16 September 2014 50.
Peggy Drake Actress, The Tuttles of Tahiti 19 September 2014 46.
Linda Griffiths Actress, Lianna 21 September 2014 38.
Ljubica Kovic Actress, Wintering in Jakobsfeld 28 September 2014 26.
Besa Imami Actress, Skanderbeg 21 September 2014 39.
Galina Konovalova Actress, Naezd 21 September 2014 41.
Tuula Nyman Actress, One Man's War 28 September 2014 27.
Antonina Konchakova Actress, The Thief 28 September 2014 29.
Anna Maria Gherardi Actress, Stealing Beauty 5 October 2014 16.
Anna Przybylska Actress, Kariera Nikosia Dyzmy 5 October 2014 14.
Gabrielle Reidy Actress, Girl with a Pearl Earring 14 October 2014 2.
Diane Nyland Actress, The Trouble with Tracy 6 October 2014 12.
Deborah Warren Actress, Regalo del cielo 13 October 2014 4.
Gyöngyi Császár Actress, Havasi selyemfiú 7 October 2014 10.
Nelly Angelidou Actress, The Sun of Death 6 October 2014 13.
Ana Karic Actress, Night Boats 9 October 2014 8.
Vivi Haug Actress, Long Flat Balls 5 October 2014 17.
Alena Kuznetsova Actress, Snezhnyy chelovek 10 October 2014 6.
Tiya Pusit Actress, Anghel sa lupa 2 October 2014 20.
Lena Siau Actress, De weduwnaar 2 October 2014 19.
Alexandra Hartmann Actress, 23 5 October 2014 15.
Iva Withers Actress, Hit the Deck 7 October 2014 9.
In 1972 she was one of the original cast members of groundbreaking serial Number 96 in which she played smouldering older sex-symbol Vera Collins and suffered through a series of ill-fated love affairs with various shady men… 17 September 2014 49.
The preeminent actor of the celebrated Uruguayan Comedy during the 1950s-1960s she was directed by the legendary Margarita Xirgu; and starred of more than 50 plays, appearing also in Madrid and Paris… 17 September 2014 48.
Mary Lea Bandy Self, Without Lying Down: Frances Marion and the Power of Women in Hollywood 20 September 2014 43.
Sheila Tracy Self, Len Goodman's Dance Band Days 30 September 2014 23.
A nightclub and Columbia recording artist of the 50s and 60s, she is just as well known for her film and Emmy-winning dramatic performances as she is for her wry comedic gifts… 20 September 2014 42.
Deborah Cavendish Self, The Jazz Baroness 24 September 2014 34.
Dorothy Odam Self, Outbreak 1939 25 September 2014 33.
Takako Doi Self, Quiz Derby 20 September 2014 44.
Sophia Yin Self, Way Too Freaky 29 September 2014 25.
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Joan Alexandra Rosenberg (June 8, 1933 – September 4, 2014), known by her stage name Joan Rivers, was an American actress, comedian, writer, producer, and television host, best known for her stand-up comedy, for co-hosting the E! celebrity fashion show Fashion Police, and for starring in the reality series Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best? alongside her daughter Melissa Rivers.
Lauren Bacall (born Betty Joan Perske; September 16, 1924 – August 12, 2014) was an American film and stage actress and model, known for her distinctive husky voice and sultry looks.
Richard Dawson Kiel (September 13, 1939 – September 10, 2014) was an American actor known for his role of the steel-toothed Jaws in the James Bond movies The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979) as well as the video game Everything or Nothing (he also had cameos in many other James Bond videogames).
Natalie Wood was an American film and television actress best known for her screen roles in Miracle on 34th Street, Splendor in the Grass, Rebel Without a Cause, and West Side Story.
The hottest bombshell in the world.Ever.No one even comes close to the kind of iconic status Marilyn Monroe, an American actress, model, and singer, who became a major s.x symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s and early 1960s.
Known as the “blonde Bombshell” and the “Platinum Blonde”, Harlow was ranked as one of the greatest movie stars of all time by the American Film Institute.
Salvatore “Sal” Mineo, Jr., was an American film and theatre actor, best known for his performance as John “Plato” Crawford opposite James Dean in the film Rebel Without a Cause.
Jeffrey Scott “Jeff” Buckley, son of Tim Buckley, also a musician, was an American jazz singer and devotee of Nusrat Fataeh Ali Khan, Godhead of Qawwali, Jeff was one of the most noteworthy musician of 1990′s.
Costume Party Filter : Going to a "Dead Celebrity" costume party in a couple weeks and am having trouble coming up with any good ideas that aren’t going to be done 100 times over.
Janis Joplin, Natalie Wood, Elizabeth Taylor ("What?? She’s not dead?") Queen Victoria, Princess Di.
The problem is I’m a big, busty, curvy woman with long dark brown hair and the only dead celebrity I can come up with that fits that even a little is Mama Cass… and that sucks.
You could say you’re "Elizabeth Taylor’s youth." No one would argue that that isn’t dead.
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Joan Rivers: Melissa Rivers 'Saddened' By Shocking Autopsy Results Oct16 After the cause of Joan Rivers’ death was revealed on Oct.
I need ideas on what famous female celebrity I should be for a Halloween party.
Cher, Marie Antoinette, Jackie Kennedy-Onasis, Amelia Eirhardt, Twiggy, Peter Pan (boy, but played by a woman on Broadway) or Judy Garland.
I'm short, skinny, have long light brown hair, blue eyes, & have light skin.
It’s a way off yet but a fancy dress Halloween party I am going to has the "dead celebrity" theme.
I liked the idea of doing Brittany Murphy but she doesn’t really have any "props" or any overly unique dress sense.
Did consider Anna Nicole Smith but then not sure if I like the idea of going "porn star".
Jill Dando might be a good one as she was murdered and it’s for a halloween party.
Famous for that pose where she’s resting on her hand and smoking wearing long black gloves? – cannot remember her name though.
going to a party next week with the theme ‘dead celebrities’.
Why she’s hot: Known as the “Mexican Madonna,” Selena was a prolific Mexican-American singer who dominated the Latina music scene.
How long she stayed hot: Edie’s beauty still haunts from the grave and she has been the subject of numerous songs and films, including the recent Sienna Miller vehicle Factory Girl.
Why she’s hot: With nick-names such as the “Platinum Blond” and the “Blond Bombshell,” Jean Harlow was Marilyn Monroe before Marilyn Monroe.
Why she’s hot: Dorothy was born in Canada and rose to prominence after being name Playmate of the Month for August 1979 and Playmate of the year in 1980.
How long she stayed hot: Jean was buried in a sexy negligee in a private room lined with marble in the Great Mausoleum, which is part of Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
Why she’s hot: Anna Nicole Smith gained widespread fame after appearing in Playboy magazine and marrying an 89 year old Texan oil billionaire.
Why she’s hot: Krissy shot to fame in the modelling world as the sister of supermodel Niki Taylor.
Why she’s hot: Lisa was the “L” in R&B girl super group TLC, who were responsible for such hits as Waterfalls and No Scrubs.
There will come a day when the Grim Reaper turns up like a bad host of a terrible reality show and says to you, “It’s time to go [insert name].” Death is at its most tragic when it visits at an early age, when the person is young, beautiful and has everything to live for.
How long she stayed hot: Krissy’s memory is carried on by her mother, who has worked tirelessly with the Cardiac Arrhythmia Research and Education (CARE) Foundation.
Why she’s hot: Edie Sedgwick is best known for being a socialite, actress and Andy Warhol’s muse.
Why she’s hot: Diana, the Princess of Wales, was the first wife of Prince Charles who is next in line to the throne of the United Kingdom.
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I have shoulder length blonde hair so Grace Kelly would be easy she was actually mentioned on the invite so maybe op shop for a 50’s style dress.
I like the Nancy Spungen idea thinking it might work better as a couple paired with Sid.
Thanks guys I am trying to avoid the terribly obvious ones like Marilyn and Michael Jackson.
American actress and television director Elizabeth Pena passed away on 14 October at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Aw…damn. Elizabeth Pena was a wonderful actress and even lovelier person.
The actress’ death was first reported by her nephew, Mario-Francisco Robles on the website Latino Review, where he serves as a writer. He revealed that she died of natural causes after a brief illness.
Pena, whose career spanned more than four decades, recently worked on the first season of El Rey Network’s Matador, where she plays Maritza, mother of the title character.
Actress Elizabeth Pena Dies at 55 via @THR A fighter, and a great woman.
Elizabeth Pena…a ferociously funny, fierce and singular actress.
"We are deeply saddened by the passing of our friend and colleague, Elizabeth Pena," El Rey said in a statement.
I am stunned and heartbroken, just found out about the passing of my friend Elizabeth Pena.
I tried to list a popular credit for many of them in case the name was familiar but you needed a helpful hint to bring a face into focus.
This includes the living as well, which was a nice break from the endless sea of, those who have gone to their final resting place.
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Actresses and models who have been dead for some years I still find myself attracted to them when I see their pictures when they were alive and can't help but stare at their boobs or whatever.
Except I'm female and I can't help to think a lot of dead male celebs are sexy as hell.
Among the stars we’ve lost are Roger Ebert, Cory Monteith, James Gandolfini, and Gia Allemand.
The Prince Of Pop Michael Jackson tops highest-earning dead celebrities in the world list of 2014 by Forbes magazine, with an estimated $140 million in earnings over the last 12 months.
Roger Troutman November 29, 1951 – April 25, 1999 was the lead singer of the band Zapp.  Born in Hamilton, Ohio, Roger was the fourth of nine children.  On a Sunday morning, April 25, 1999, Roger Troutman was found shot and critically wounded outside his northwest Dayton recording studio around 7 a.m.  According to doctors, the 47-year-old had been shot several times in the torso and was in critical condition; he died during surgery at the local hospital "Good Samaritan Hospital and Health Center."  Roger’s brother Larry was discovered dead in a car a few blocks away with a single gunshot wound to the head.  A pistol was found inside the vehicle, which matched the description of a car leaving the scene of Roger Troutman’s shooting according to witnesses.
Chic was one of the top selling groups of the late 70’s with hits "Good Times," Le Freak," etc., and members, Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards (bassist) were a top-notch in demand production team for Diana Ross (Upside Down, I’m Coming Out), Sister Sledge (We Are Family, The Greatest Dancer), Blondie (Rapture), etc.  Sadly, at the age of 43, Bernard Edwards (pictured above, 3rd from the left) died of pneumonia while touring with the group “Power Station,” in Tokyo in 1996.  Edwards left behind a wife and five kids.  Chic drummer Tony Thompson (pictured above, on the end) would die of kidney cancer in November of 2003.
He ran for office in the Illinois state legislature and U.S. Congress, both unsuccessfully.  Brown recorded 11 albums.  He also wrote/co-wrote 10 musicals which he also starred in.  Lena Horne and Mahalia Jackson recorded compositions written by Brown.  Brown married Jean Pace (sister of actress Judy Pace).  Two of his seven children grew to become performers, with whom he regularly worked until his son, Oscar "Bobo" Brown III, an accomplished bassist, vocalist, and composer, died in a tragic automobile accident on August 12, 1996, at the age of 39.  Oscar Brown, Jr., died in 2005 at the age of 79, cause of death unknown.  He is survived by his wife Jean, their one son and four daughters.
Adolph Caesar is best remembered for his role in director Norman Jewison’s film, "A Soldier’s Story," for which he received a nomination for "Best Actor in a Supporting Role" from both the Academy Awards and the Golden Globes.  He also played the role of "Old Mister," opposite Whoopi Goldberg and Danny Glover, in Steven Spielberg’s film, "The Color Purple." Adolph Caesar was working on the Los Angeles set of the 1986 film, "Tough Guys," when he suffered a heart attack and died a short time later.
Harold Melvin (above, center) formed the group "Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes," with Teddy Pendergrass on lead vocals.  The group had numerous hits during the 70’s, including "Wake Up Everybody," and "Bad Luck."  Pendergrass would leave to pursue a successful solo career.  Harold Melvin continued to tour with various lineups of Blue Notes until suffering a massive stroke.  Melvin died on March 24, 1997 at the age of fifty-seven.
Actress Teresa Graves (pictured above) appeared on "Laugh-In," and starred in the television series, "Get Christie Love," she popularized the word "sugar," in the series.  Graves died in a house fire four years ago.  She was found unconscious in a rear addition to the house where a faulty spare heater sparked the blaze and she was pronounced dead at the scene.  It took 50 firefighters, 30 minutes to put the fire out.
Larry Riley  (pictured above on the set of A Soldier’s Story) was an actor, best known to screen viewers for his role as C.J. Memphis in the movie "A Soldier’s Story," and as Frank Williams in the prime-time soap opera Knots Landing.  When Riley wasn’t working as an actor, he was a respected craftsman who built Hollywood sets.  He died of AIDS in 1992.  He was forced to give up his role in "Knots Landing," because of his declining health due to the illness.
in the television miniseries "King."  Winfield also narrated the show "City Confidential," on the A&E channel.  Winfield died of a heart attack in 2004; he was 64.  His long-time partner of 30 years, architect Charles Gillan Jr., preceded him in death in 2002.
R&B singer Al Wilson, best known for his hit single, "Show & Tell", died on 4/22/08 at Kaiser Permanente in Fontana, according to a family spokesperson.Born June 19, 1939 in Meridian, Miss., Wilson moved to the San Bernardino area in 1958 where he worked odd jobs as a mail carrier, a janitor, and an office clerk before touring for four years with Johnny Harris and the Statesmen.
Baxter on Captain Kangaroo.  James was also close friends with actor Michael Dudikoff (above left, the two met while shooting American Ninja) and director William Friedkin described him as "One of the most nicest, toughest and professional actors I’ve ever worked with."  Steve James died of pancreatic cancer in Burbank, California, at age 41 in 1993.  Eulogies at James’ funerial service were delivered by Sidney Poitier and director-writer S.C. Dacy.
Jimmy Smith, (December 8, 1925 (year of birth is disputable & is often stated as 1928) – February 8, 2005) was a jazz musician whose Hammond B-3 electric organ performances helped to popularize this instrument.  In 2005, Jimmy Smith was awarded the NEA Jazz Masters Award from the National Endowment for the Arts, the highest honors that the United States bestows upon jazz musicians.  While the electric organ was used in jazz by Fats Waller and Count Basie, Smith’s virtuoso improvisation technique on the Hammond helped to popularize the electric organ as a jazz and blues instrument.   Smith influenced bands such as the Beastie Boys, who sampled the bassline from "Root Down (and Get It)" from Root Down—and saluted Smith in the lyrics—for their own hit "Root Down," Medeski, Martin & Wood, and The Hayden-Eckert Ensemble.  Smith and Joey DeFrancesco later played together on the collaborative album" Legacy," released in 2005 shortly after Smith’s death.
He found a partner and was half of the duo called the L.A. Dream Team, the group coined the hits "Rockberry Jam," and "The Dream Team Is In The House."  Sadly, on August 30, 1998, Rudy died in a freak scuba diving accident.
King’s comeback single, "Supernatural Thing," and "This Time I’ll Be Sweeter," covered by numerous artists.  She was also the writer of Roberta Flack’s "God Don’t Like Ugly," and she contributed to the Sister Sledge album, "Circle Of Love."   Miss Guthrie died of uterine cancer on February 3, 1999 at the age of 48.
Renee Diggs (pictured above) was the lead vocalist for the group "Starpoint."  Their big hit was "Object Of My Desire."  Diggs died last year of heart-related complications and she also suffered from multiple sclerosis.  Miss Diggs was 50.
Their hits included, "You’re Going To Make Me Love Somebody Else," and "Dance Turned Into Romance."  Sadly, member Valorie Jones, 45, died in 2001, cause of death is unknown.
Ron O’Neal (September 1, 1937 in Utica, New York – January 14, 2004 in Los Angeles, California) was an actor, director and screenwriter.  O’Neal is most remembered for his starring role as Priest in the blaxploitation film "Superfly," although he also had a small recurring role on the television show "Living Single," as Synclaire’s father.
Lynn Collins (pictured above) who sung with James Brown and recorded the smash hit "Think" in the early 70’s died last year of cardiac arrhythmia.  She was 56 years old.
  In 1989, Dunham was awarded the most prestigious artistic award, "The National Medal Of Arts" at a White House ceremony.  Sadly, last year, Katherine Dunham died in her sleep in New York City on May 21, 2006, she was 97.
Magic,""Black Frost," and "The Best is Yet to Come."  In addition, he performed very frequently with other artists, including Bill Withers on "Just the Two of Us" (still in regular rotation on radio today) and Phyllis Hyman on "A Sacred Kind of Love."  He is also remembered for his take on a Dave Brubeck classic, called "Take Another Five", and for his hit "Soulful Strut."  On December 17th, 1999, while waiting in the green room after taping four songs for the The Early Show, at CBS Studios in New York City, Washington collapsed.  He was taken to St.
Depending on who you talk to, 16-year old actress, Tara McMullen (pictured above with Martin Lawrence) was either bi-racial or part Latino.  Regardless, we decided to include her in this segment.  Tara Correa-McMullen (May 24, 1989–October 21, 2005) is the stage name of Shalvah McMullen, an actress who was well-known for a recurring role playing a gang member, Graciela Reyes, on the CBS TV series, Judging Amy.  In 2005, she co-starred in her first movie, "Rebound," with Martin Lawrence.
The show’s soulfully melodic, moody musical fare made it a phenomenal success, and "The Quiet Storm" spawned scores of imitations in stations across the country serving a black, adult, urban demographic.  Lindsey’s show also gave rise to a category of music of the same name.  After a nine-year run on WHUR, Lindsey took his format to another local radio station, WKYS-FM, for five more years and later hosted Screen Scene (with Suzette Charles) for Black Entertainment Television (BET).
R&B duo "Damian Dame" (pictured above) consisted of Debra Jean Hurd aka "Deah Dame," and Bruce Edward Brodus aka Damian.  They were the first act signed to the "LaFace," label by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and Antonio "L.A." Reid.  They were famous for the following hits, "Exclusivity," "Right Down To It," and "Gotta Learn My Rhythm."  Deah would die in an car accident on June 27, 1994.  She was 35 years old.  Damian would die on the same day (June 27th) two years later of colon cancer.
Theodore "Teddy" Wilson (pictured on the bottom half of the above photo with the mustache) was an character actor best known for his recurring role as Sweet Daddy Williams on the CBS sitcom Good Times from 1976 until 1979.  Wilson also played the role of Al Dunbar in a popular two-part episode of the 1970s sitcom What’s Happening!!.
Wylie Draper, the actor who portrayed Michael Jackson in the mini-series, "The Jacksons: An American Dream," died a year after the program aired.  Draper died from a rare form of leukemia.
Famous for being Gene Kelly’s boner-bait dance partner in the final scene of Singin‘ in the Rain (Remember? The one that made you turn to your friend at the end of film class back in 2004 and say "Dude, am I shrooming?"), Charisse passed away early in the summer of 2008.
She can sing, she’s got the face of an angel, she was known for rocking serious bling and most importantly: bitch could party.  Even putting up with her lap dog would be worth it for the chance to get some alone time with the original Dorothy in her heyday.
Though she was best known for her singing, most notably the "sweating all over this girl Janice from your Communications class, all hopped up on Sparks and dining hall pizza" dance jam "Are You That Somebody?", Aaliyah had started a promising career in acting for herself with roles in Romeo Must Die and Queen of the Dammed.
Katherine Hepburn If things ever got serious between you and Katherine Hepburn, she’d insist on wearing the (literal) pants, but she’s just the kind of lady we’d surrender control to.
Playing leading lady for the likes of Jimmy Stewart and Marlon Brando on screen in some of the greatest films of all time, Kelly grabbed the eye of Prince Rainier III of Monoco at the Cannes Film Festival in 1955 and married him within a year.
The iconiest of all icons, Marilyn Monroe, has to top our list of shag-worthy dead babes if not just for her looks, but because we wouldn’t mind being counted on a list of other men she bedded, which includes JFK and baseball great Joe DiMaggio.
Audrey Hepburn was the orignal doe-eyed and slightly elfin lookin‘ silverscreen starlet, except she didn’t put you through the torture of dating questionably talented hairy dudes who are undeniably not on her level of babitude (We’re looking at you, Banhart.) The point is that men and women alike are still drawn to Hepburn, who was most famous for her role as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Believe it or not, when you and your 7th grade pals referred to the cute girl in math class with overdeveloped breasts as "The Sweater Girl" due to a poorly-placed series of Scottie dogs, you weren’t that unique.
This photo provided by NBC Universal shows Jan Hooks as Verna in season 4 of the television series, "30 Rock." Hooks, the former "Saturday Night Live" cast member has died.

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