CELEBRITY PASSINGS Among those we lost Sept. – Dec. 2018

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Rapper Mac Miller, 26, had dated singer Ariana Grande. He died of a drug overdose in his Studio City home on Sept. 7. Nicolas Völcker
  • Bill Daily, 91, actor, Major Healey in I Dream of Jeannie—no cause given
  • Mac Miller, 26, rapper—drug overdose
  • Christopher Lawford, 63, actor, JFK’s nephew—heart attack
  • Burt Reynolds, 82, actor—cardiopulmonary arrest
  • Marty Balin, 76, co-founder, Jefferson Airplane—no cause given


  • Charles Aznavour, 94, French-Armenian singer—no cause given
  • Paul Allen, 65, co-founder of Microsoft—non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
  • James Karen, 94, actor Poltergeist, China Syndrome—no cause given
  • Tony Joe White, 75, singer wrote “Rainy Night in Georgia”—natural causes
  • Willie McCovey, 80, S.F. Giants Hall of Famer—no cause given


  • Frances Lai, 86, film composer Love Story—no cause given
  • Stan Lee, 95, writer, Marvel Comics—no cause given
  • Douglas Rain, 90, actor, voice of computer “Hal” in 2001: A Space Odyssey—no cause given
  • Roy Clark, 85, country singer—pneumonia
  • Bernardo Bertolucci, 77, director Last Tango in Paris—cancer
  • Ricky Jay, 72, magician—natural causes
  • Stephen Hillenburg, 57, created SpongeBob SquarePants—Lou Gehrig’s disease
  • George H.W. Bush, 94, 41st U.S. President—no cause given


  • Ken Berry, 85, actor TV’s F Troop, Mama’s Family—no cause given
  • Isiah Robertson, 69, pro linebacker, LA Rams—car accident
  • Nancy Wilson, 81, pop/jazz singer—no cause given
  • Penny Marshall, 75, actress TV’s Laverne & Shirley/director—complications of diabetes

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