9/9/13: Susan FitzGerald, an actress best known for roles in theatre and in the movie version of Angela's Ashes, has died of cancer. She was 64.
9/8/13: Cal Worthington, the charismatic car dealer who appeared in his own commercials and urged buyers to "Go see Cal," has died of natural causes. He was 92.
(Source)more ABOUTAge: Died at 93 (1920-2013)
Birthplace: Shidler, Oklahoma, United States of America
Cause Of Death: Natural causes
Place Of Death: Orland, California, United States of America
Children: Rod Worthington, Calvin Worthington, Coldren Worthington, Susan Worthington, Barbie Worthington
8/31/13: David Frost, a veteran reporter and television host best known for his series of interviews with former US President Richard Nixon following his resignation from office, has died of a heart attack. The venerable interviewer began his career hosting a satirical news program called "That Was The Week That Was" and went on to sit down with nearly every British Prime Minister and U.S. President of his day. Former Prime Minister David Cameron remembers Frost as being "both a friend and a fearsome interviewer." He was 74.
(Source)more ABOUTAge: Died at 74 (1939-2013)
Birthplace: Tenterden, United Kingdom
Profession: Television presenter, Journalist, Comedian, Television producer, Film Producer + 4 more
Schools: The Howard School, Kent, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
Cause Of Death: Myocardial infarction
Place Of Death: Mediterranean Sea
Children: Wilfred Frost, Miles Frost, George Frost
8/25/13: Murray Gershenz, who capitalized on his age to land parts in The Hangover and I Love You, Man in addition to several television roles, has died at 91.
8/26/13: Gerard Murphy, whose diverse credits included roles in Batman Begins and Waterworld as well as a wealth of stage appearances, has died of prostate cancer. He was 64.
(Source)more ABOUTAge: Died at 65 (1948-2013)
Birthplace: Newry, United Kingdom
Schools: Queen's University Belfast
Cause Of Death: Prostate cancer
Place Of Death: Cambridge, United Kingdom
8/24/13: Julie Harris, a Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress whose credits include The Belle of Amherst, East of Eden, and soap opera "Knots Landing," has died of heart failure. She was 87.
(Source)more ABOUTAge: 94
Birthplace: Grosse Pointe, MI
Profession: Actressalso RANKED
- #21 on The Best Living Actresses Over 80
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