If you're wondering what famous actors and actresses have died in 2014, this is the place to look. Included are not just Hollywood movie stars and TV personalities, but also thespians who were notable Broadway stars. From child stars to Oscar nominees to scandal-tinged fallen stars, If a notable actor or performer from the Golden Age of cinema to today's movie industry dies this year, they'll sadly be on the list. Each actor's obituary is linked to in their biography below their photo.
2014 actor deaths are complete on this list, but check out Celebrity Deaths 2014 for other cinematic talents and other entertainers and famous people who have left this world.
What actor died today? (Hopefully none!) But if they did. They'll be on this list. Don't be too sad. Every time an actor dies, heaven gets another star.
1/12/14: Frank Marth, who appeared on "The Honeymooners," "Hogan's Heroes," and "Gunsmoke," has died of congestive heart failure and Alzheimer's Disease. He was 91.
Age: Died at 92 (1922-2014)
Birthplace: New York City, New York, United States of America
Credits: Breakfast at Tiffany's, Marooned, Captain America, The Jackie Gleason Show From These Roots, + moresee more on Frank Marth
1/12/2014: John Horsley, best known for his appearances on British TV shows like "The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin" and "You Rang, My Lord?" has died at 93.
Age: Died at 47 (1685-1732)see more on John Horsley
1/11/14: Keiko Awaji, who appeared in Kurosawa's Stray Dog and in the film The Bridges at Toko-Ri, has died of esophageal cancer. She was 80.
Age: Died at 81 (1933-2014)
Birthplace: Tokyo City
Credits: The Bridges at Toko-Ri, Stray Dog, Hong Kong Paradise, The Princess of Badger Palace Life of an Expert Swordsman, + moresee more on Keiko Awaji
1/9/14: Cliff Carpenter, who was blacklisted during the McCarthy witch trials but returned to TV series like "The Patty Duke Show" and "The Defenders" between the 1950s and 1970s, has died at 98.
1/6/13: Larry D. Mann, whose appearances in film and television included The Quick and the Dead, The Sting, and "Hill Street Blues," has died. Mann worked primarily as a voice actor and gave life to the character Yukon Cornelius in the animated film Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. He was 91.
Age: Died at 92 (1922-2014)
Birthplace: Toronto, Canada
Profession: Actor, Disc jockey, Voice acting, Broadcaster
Credits: The Sting, In the Heat of the Night, Bullitt, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer The Pink Panther Show, + more
#59 on Famous People Named Larrysee more on Larry D. Mann
1/3/14: Saul Zaentz, a producer who won Academy Awards for Best Picture three times (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Amadeus, and The English Patient) has died of Alzheimer's Disease. In addition to his three Best Picture wins, Zaentz was also awarded the Irving G. Thalberg Award for lifetime achievement in film. He was 92.
Age: Died at 93 (1921-2014)
Birthplace: Passaic, New Jersey, USA
Profession: Businessperson, Theatrical producer, Film Producer, Actor
Credits: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The English Patient, Amadeus, The Talented Mr. Ripley The Lord of the Rings, + moresee more on Saul Zaentz
1/3/13: Alicia Rhett, one of the last surviving actresses from the classic film Gone with the Wind, has died at 98.
Age: Died at 98 (1916-2014)
Birthplace: Savannah, Georgia, United States of America
Profession: Painter, Actor
Credits: Gone with the Wind
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1/1/14: Juanita Moore, best known for her Academy Award nominated role in the movie adaptation of Imitation of Life, has died of natural causes. The former chorus girl also appeared in television shows like "Dragnet," "ER," and "Judging Amy," acting well into her eighties. She was 99.
Age: Died at 100 (1914-2014)
Birthplace: USA, Mississippi, Greenwood
Credits: 8 Mile, Imitation of Life, Disney's The Kid, The Mack Paternity, + more
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