Celebrities We Lost In 2021

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Corona, a major sin to the universe not even left amazing stars. News from Entertainment Published in their Website tells about this. Let us see about a few in this article.

The stars left us in 2021

Prince Philip

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, died April 9 at age 99.

“It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh,a Buckingham Palace statement read. “His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.”

The British royal spent most of his adult life as the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, whom he married in 1947. He’d previously been hospitalized in March to undergo surgery for a heart condition. He later left the hospital on March 16 and reunited with Elizabeth at Windsor Castle to recover.

Barbara Shelley

British actress Barbara Shelley died Jan. 4, at 88, after contracting COVID-19. She was best known for appearing in horror movies produced by Hammer Films, including 1958’s Blood of the Vampire, 1966’s Dracula: Prince of Darkness, and 1967’s Quatermass and the Pit. Shelley also starred in the 1960’s non-Hammer horror classic Village of the Damned. Her many small-screen r Who, and Eastenders.

MIDNIGHT COWBOY, Producer Jerome

 

Hellman, 1969. Hollywood producer Jerome Hellman died at age 92 on May 26. Hellman took home the Best Picture Academy Award at the 42nd ceremony for Midnight Cowboy — the first and only X-rated film to nab the top prize. He was also behind 1978’s Coming Home and 1986’s The Mosquito Coast.

Actor Norman Lloyd

Actor Norman Lloyd, whose prolific career spanned from the 1930s until his death, died May 10 at the age of 106. Lloyd made his feature film debut in Alfred Hitchcock's Saboteur as a Nazi spy who plunges to his death from the top of the Statue of Liberty. He had a notable career as a director and producer too. Other memorable roles include turns in St. Elsewhere, Dead Poets Society, and Trainwreck.

LOS ANGELES, CA – MARCH 27: Actor Norman Lloyd attends the screening of ‘Reign of Terror’ during day two of the 2015 TCM Classic Film Festival on March 27, 2015 in Los Angeles, Actor Norman Lloyd, whose prolific career spanned from the 1930s until his death, died May 10 at the age of 106. Lloyd made his feature film debut in Alfred Hitchcock’s Saboteur as a Nazi spy who plunges to his death from the top of the Statue of Liberty. He had a notable career as a director and producer too. Other memorable roles include turns in St. Elsewhere, Dead Poets Society, and Trainwreck.

Larry King

The legendary talk show host, who survived cancer and multiple heart attacks among serious health issues — died of coronavirus on January 23. He was 87.

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