On TV, he played a dirty cop in five episodes of "The Sopranos," in addition to guest roles on "Elementary," "Person of Interest" and "Kate & Allie." The entertainer initially gained fame as a child singer, with her own coast-to-coast radio program. Dana worked as head writer on "The Steve Allen Plymouth Show," which is where he introduced the Jimenez character in 1959. The show, which premiered in 1978 and initially lasted one season, made him a favorite in teen magazines. He was 74. He was 66. Survivors include his wife, Laeticia; and four children, including entertainer David Hallyday. O'Brian, a handsome television leading man who gained fame playing the title character on the 1955-1961 series "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp," has died at age 91. Whitfield sang with the San Francisco Opera chorus in the '70s before turning to the great American songbook. April 5, 2017: Paul O'Neill, who founded rock band Trans-Siberian Orchestra, was found dead on April 5, 2017, in a Florida hotel room. "He was ever a gentle, unassuming soul," singer-songwriter Alison Moyet said on Twitter. The musician suffered full cardiac arrest on Sunday night, according to TMZ, and died Monday in UCLA Santa Monica Hospital. Kassell joined NPR in 1975 and ultimately retired in 2014. Nov. 3, 2016: Kay Starr, whose distinctive blend of pop, jazz, blues and country made her one of the nation's top vocalists in the '50s, has died. Sept. 1, 2017: Shelley Berman, a comic whose acerbic take on modern life made him a top stand-up comedian in the late '50s and early '60s, has died. Johnson earned his Emmy and great success for for his work on the 1968-1973 sketch series "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In." In the '50s and early '60s, the piano-playing musician from New Orleans crafted a string of indelible hit records, including "Ain't That a Shame," "Blueberry Hill," "I'm Walkin'" and "Blue Monday." They have also lived in Plattsburgh, NY and Underhill, VT. Mark is related to Tammy R Izzo and Donald C Wheeler as well as 3 additional people. July 31, 2019: Harold "Hal" Prince, a legendary Broadway producer and director, has died. Sept. 8, 2019: Camilo Sesto, a singer-songwriter whose dramatic ballads captivated fans of Spanish-language music for decades, has died. His films include "The Thing" (1982), "The Right Stuff" (1983) and 1994's "Clear and Present Danger," in which he played the president. Other hits included "Lonely Night (Angel Face)," "Shop Around" and "You Never Done It Like That." Feb. 22, 2018: Nanette Fabray, an effervescent star of film, TV and the stage, has died at age 97. Belvedere." Fluegel, an Eileen Ford model, made her film debut in the 1978 thriller "The Eyes of Laura Mars." She was with him when he died. Sept. 7, 2018: Rapper Mac Miller died at age 26. Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley (which starred his sister, Penny Marshall) and Mork & Mindy (which introduced the world to Robin Williams) are among his other hit sitcoms. Born in 1955, the Texas-born actor was a favorite of James Cameron, appearing in the director's "Aliens" and "True Lies" in addition to playing the salvage-team captain in "Titanic." Aug. 19, 2016: Jack Riley, who played a counseling client on "The Bob Newhart Show" and also voiced a character on Nickelodeon's animated "Rugrats," died Friday. She later earned an Oscar nomination for her work in "Ordinary People" (1980) and gained a Tony Award for her role on Broadway as a quadriplegic in "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" Once her career slowed, she relocated to Scottsdale, where she taught acting. He also appeared in the 1963 film "Beach Party" with Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon; he later appeared in "Muscle Beach Party" (1964) and "Back to the Beach" (1987) with the duo. Balin played guitar and sang in the seminal psychedelic '60s band from 1965 to 1971. He departed the group in 1983, replaced by Masdea. April 20, 2019: Stefanie Sherk, an actress and model, has died. July 16, 2019: Johnny Clegg, a vibrant singer-songwriter who was also an outspoken opponent of apartheid, has died. He was a regular on the sitcom "Mr. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. He was 85. Natasha St-Pier, Kassandra Lesueur, Coralie, Boris Javayon, mathias Hoareau, Filansen, Virna Supernova, Tabla 256, Yaël Layani, Johnny Egidi, Clémence Giraud, Ziela, Frédéric Lair, Les Z'enchanteuses, Djily Samb, Aly Gaye, Greg Dewilde, Mickaël Zanzouri, Guil', Alex LB, Angelys Lyndsay, Maelle Demeau Egidi, Marie Faye & Association Petit Cœur De Beurre) - Single. 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Sept. 1, 2016: Character actor Jon Polito was a favorite of the Coen brothers and appeared in such films as "Miller's Crossing" and "The Big Lebowski" and shows like "Seinfeld" and "Modern Family." June 15, 2017: Bill Dana, a nightclub comic whose character Jose Jimenez became a national sensation, has died. His family released a statement saying that the young star "passed away in his sleep due to a seizure that was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated." He racked up an impressive number of credits on the big screen, including "Suspect" and "Moonstruck" (both 1987), "Say Anything..." (1989), "Barton Fink" (1991) and "Reality Bites." Though work never slowed, he experienced a career resurgence starting in the late '80s, earning Oscar nominations for "Tucker: The Man and His Dream" and "Crimes and Misdemeanors." Famed for his comedic double talk full of non sequiturs, Corey made his Broadway debut in 1943. In the latter show, he played a fictionalized version of creator Dave Barry. He was 77. Attraction : NATASHA ST PIER. Lai's other film work include "Live for Life," "International Velvet" and "Another Man, Another Chance." Jarreau was 76. Aug. 23, 2016: Steven Hill, best known for playing gruff New York District Attorney Adam Schiff on NBC's Law & Order, died Tuesday in New York. He retired the character but continued to perform, appearing on "St. Jan. 5, 2018: Jerry Van Dyke, an actor and the younger brother of Dick Van Dyke, has died at age 86. Read or Share this story: https://www.azcentral.com/story/entertainment/people/2014/10/16/elizabeth-pena-modern-family-actress-obit/17349521/. Sept. 17, 2019: Cokie Roberts, an Emmy-winning journalist and political commentator, has died. The actress, who was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., first captured the public's heart as suburban housewife Laura Petrie on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961-1966), winning two Emmy Awards. Her other films include "The Pleasure Seekers" (with Ann-Margret), "Blue Denim" (with Brandon De Wilde) and "The Stripper" (with Joanne Woodward). He joined the staff of the Hollywood Reporter in 1977 and became an on-air reporter for KTTV in Los Angeles in 1982. Dec. 24, 2018: Singer/songwriter Jerry Riopelle, a musician who was based in Los Angeles when he achieved major success in the Phoenix area thanks to concert performances and heavy support from Valley rock radio. Sept. 3, 2019: Carol Lynley, a lovely model and actress whose film career is highlighted by the 1972 smash "The Poseidon Adventure," has died. Johnston was 58. At the peak of his career, Page was a teen idol who toured with New Kids on the Block and guest-starred on such series as "Full House" and "The Arsenio Hall Show." Ferrer, the son of Oscar winner Jose Ferrer and singer Rosemary Clooney, began acting in the early '80s. Beginning in 1975, the two produced a string of successful singles, including two that topped the chart. She scored three Top 10 hits in 1994-1995: "That's My Baby," "Now I Know" and "That's How You Know (When You're in Love)." Marquez played nurse Wendy Goldman in the first few seasons of the NBC medical drama "ER" and also starred as math student Ana Delgado in the 1988 teacher drama "Stand and Deliver". Sept. 8, 2017: Troy Gentry, half of the country duo Montgomery Gentry, has died in a helicopter crash. In filmmaker John Sayles' "Lone Star," she memorably portrayed a history teacher who rekindles a romance with an old flame, played by Chris Cooper. He was 20. Nov. 10, 2016: Legendary singer-songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen has died at age 82. Later came a run as the sometimes-boyfriend of the title character of "Murphy Brown" (1989-1998). She is survived by her husband, actor and and investment banker Ted Hartley; she previously was married to actor Cliff Robertson from 1966-1989. ""She lived and worked with an extraordinary grace," "Absolutely Fabulous" star and creator Jennifer Saunders said. Elizabeth Pena poses as she arrives for the Los Angeles premiere of "Nothing Like the Holidays," in Los Angeles on Dec. 3, 2008 . Please be polite. April 30, 2019: Peter Mayhew, best known for playing Chewbacca in 'Star Wars,' has died. Equally talented behind the scenes, he produced Whitney Houston's "You Give Good Love" and wrote "Love Come Down" and "Betcha She Don't Love You" for Evelyn "Champagne" King. Pena's manager, Gina Rugolo, said the actress died Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, in Los Angeles of natural causes after a brief illness. In the same key as the original: Dm This song ends without fade out Nov. 7, 2018: The death of composer Francis Lai was announced today. In his 2005 memoir, "Tab Hunter Confidential: The Making of a Movie Star," Hunter recounted the stresses of being a love object to millions of young women when he was, in reality, a gay man. The "Laverne & Shirley" star was due to complications for diabetes. Nov. 18, 2016: Soul singer Sharon Jones, bandleader of the Dap-Kings often referred to as the "female James Brown," died following a battle with pancreatic cancer. He had been hospitalized since February due to liver and kidney problems, according to the Associated Press. In "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" films, he starred as Blomkvist, the role played by Daniel Craig in the English-language remake. Puri, who suffered a heart attack, was 66. Nov. 20, 2019: Michael J. Pollard, a character actor who earned an Oscar nomination for 1967's "Bonnie and Clyde," has died. He was 63. Johnson died at home in Minneapolis after a lengthy illness, according to Rolling Stone. The song earned a Golden Globe nomination and emerged as a standard, recorded by Engelbert Humperdinck, Johnny Mathis, Matt Monro and Ella Fitzgerald, among others. June 5, 2018: Fashion designer Kate Spade was was found dead in her New York apartment on June 5, 2018, in an apparent suicide. The global chain revolutionized the record-selling industry; the company's rise (and eventual fall) was documented in the 2015 film "All Things Must Pass." "Saddened by the untimely demise of noted actor Sridevi," India Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted on Twitter. 3 in England and No. 1 best-seller; it was followed by "Princess Daisy," "Mistral's Daughter" and others. July 25, 2017: Michael Johnson, a vocalist who enjoyed major success on both the pop and country charts, has died. He was 88. The performer, who was 82, died in Englewood, N.J., the New York Times reports. His films include "Q&A" (1990), "Nixon" (1995) and "A Serious Man" (2009). Harris appeared on Broadway in the original production of "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" and won a Tony for 1966's "The Apple Tree." The singer left the group in 1963; two years later, he scored a major pop hit with "Baby the Rain Must Fall," the title song to a Steve McQueen film. He then made his film debut in "Guns of the Magnificent Seven" (1969). He also has worked as a musician and songwriter; his composition "Fuego con Fuego" was recorded by Gloria Trevi. CONCERT - FRENCH POP. A cause of death was not released. Her 2003 album L’Instant d’apres reached #6 on Belgium, #3 in France, and #14 in Switzerland. He proved so popular that Nabors was spun-off into his own series, "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.," which ran for five seasons, ending in 1969. Oct. 2, 2017: Tom Petty, the influential rocker behind such classics as "Don't Do Me Like That," "Free Fallin'" and "Mary Jane's Last Dance," has died. He was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2009. His wife Rachel confirmed his death at Mt. Johnson, born in Colorado, gained national attention when his mellow 1978 ballad "Bluer Than Blue" reached the pop top 20, as well as topping the adult-contemporary charts. Aug. 14, 2016: Emmy-winning actor Fyvush Finkel, whose long career encompassed TV, film and theater, has died at his Manhattan home. Berry made his greatest impact on TV, with lead roles in "F Troop" (1965-1967), "Mayberry R.F.D." Vega died in Mexico City with his wife, son and daughters by his side, according to the BBC. Jan. 19, 2018: Dorothy Malone, an Oscar-winning actress who later found success starring on the nighttime soap "Peyton Place," has died. Pena appeared on such TV shows as "L.A. Law," ''Dream On," ''Resurrection Blvd." He also made frequent appearances on "The Carol Burnett," usually demonstrating his impressive skills as a hoofer. In between, she starred in a 1982-1983 spin-off, "Joanie Loves Chachi," in which she co-starred with Scott Baio. Reynolds' career later expanded to include theater, nightclubs and concert appearances. Terrific" and appeared in six episodes of "Get Smart," playing Hymie, a handsome robot. (1960) and "I Cry By Night" (1962). All that earned him the unofficial title of "America's pastor.". His wife, Kay Dotrice, who died in 2007, was also an actress, as are the couple's three children. The 1992 romance novel, which Waller reportedly wrote in 11 days, spent more than three years on the New York Times bestseller list. She was 80. The man behind such classics as "Roll Over Beethoven" and "Johnny B. Goode" influenced countless artists, ranging from the Beatles to Emmylou Harris. C F G C Puisqu'il faut dire, puisqu'il faut parler de soi F G C Am Puisque ton coeur ne brûle plus comme autrefois F G C Même si l'amour, je crois, ne se dit pas F G C Mais puisqu'il faut 4. Fountain, who died of heart failure, was 86. She starred in the 1980s sitcom "I Married Dora" in the titular role as a housekeeper from El Salvador who weds her employer to avoid deportation. Demme, 73, died from complications due to heart disease and esophageal cancer, according to Rolling Stone. June 9, 2017: Adam West, the actor who played the Caped Crusader on the classic '60s TV show "Batman," has died. Aug. 31 2017: Actor Richard Anderson, who simultaneously appeared on two prime-time hits in the 1970s, has died. Dec. 18, 2016: Gordie Tapp, a comic actor who starred in 90 episodes of the variety program "Hee Haw" between 1969 and 1988, has died. Feb. 12, 2018: Daryle Singletary, a traditional country singer who enjoyed great success in the mid '90s, has died. "She was 95 years old, but ask anyone close to her, and they'd tell you, she was the youngest person they knew," son Anderson Cooper said. He also had roles in the 1990s on a variety of sitcoms, including "Martin," "The Cosby Show," "Living Single" and "The Jamie Foxx Show." Ware was 77, according to Billboard. He was 90. She was 84. Thomas was 76. The cause was complications of leukemia, according to the Washington Post. Dec. 12, 2017: Pat DiNizio, guitarist, songwriter and frontman for New Jersey band the Smithereens, has died. The British performer had a screen career that dated back to the '50s. April 22, 2017: Erin Moran, who spent her adolescence playing Joanie on the top-rated '70s sitcom 'Happy Days," has died. He died after a short illness, according to Billboard. He was 78. Smith was 84; Ann-Margret survives him. Wolfe is credited with helping giving birth to New Journalism, which blends literary techniques into nonfiction writing. July 19: Rutger Hauer, a Dutch actor who brought a sense menace to such films as "Blade Runner," "The Hitcher" and "Nighthawks," has died. After Carter died in 1966, Stanley kept the group going through the 21st century. Feb. 25, 2017: Neil Fingleton, a 7-foot 7-inch British actor who played the giant Mag the Mighty in "Game of Thrones," has died. His "If I Ever Lose This Heaven" was recorded by the likes of the Average White Band, Nancy Wilson, Sergio Mendes and Quincy Jones, who cut a version with Al Jarreau, Minnie Riperton and Ware on vocals. He and Dukakis married in 1962; she survives him, along with three grandchildren. Gilardi was 88. March 4, 2018: Russ Solomon, the founder of Tower Records, has died at age 92. The group consisted of Rowland singing lead with two female singers; after the group split, he issued a solo album, "Sugar Free," in 1982. May 30, 2019: Leon Redbone, an unlikely music star who blended the blues, Tin Pan Alley jazz and pop to great success, has died. He was 65. Pellegrino, 72, was suffering from lung cancer, USA Today reports. Feb. 6, 2017: Irwin Corey, a bushy-haired comic and actor known as "Professor" Irwin Corey to audiences, has died at age 102. Biographie de Natasha St-Pier Née le 10 février 1981 à Bathurst, au Canada, dans la province bilingue du Nouveau-Brunswick, Natasha St-Pier commence très jeune à chanter, tout en apprenant la danse et le piano, et se chauffe la voix sur scène dès l'âge de huit ans, encouragée par sa famille et par son professeur de chant.

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