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January 1, 2001: Ray Walston, 86, star of the television show My Favorite Martian.

January 4, 2001: Les Brown, 88, bandleader best known for his work with comedian Bob Hope.

February 7, 2001: Dale Evans, 88, wife and co-star of cowboy actor Roy Rogers.

February 19, 2001: Stanley Kramer, 87, director best known for Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.

March 12, 2001: Morton Downey Jr, 67, US talk show host.

March 12, 2001: Robert Ludlum, 73, spy thriller.

March 18, 2001: John Phillips, 65, star of The Mamas and Papas.

March 22, 2001: Louis Dudek, 83, Canadian poet.

March 22, 2001: William Hanna, 90, animator renowned for co-creating The Flintstones.

April 15, 2001: Joey Ramone, 49, member of US punk rock band The Ramones.

April 31, 2001: Babette Stephens, 90, Brisbane stage and screen actor and director, who starred in television’s I’ve Got a Secret and GP and the films The Mango Tree and The Irishman.

May 3, 2001: Ashley Wilkie, 39, Brisbane theatre administrator and actor.

May 5, 2001: Clifton Hillegass, 83, inventor of Cliffs Notes.

May 11, 2001: Douglas Adams, 49, author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

May 12, 2001: Perry Como, 87, crooner.

June 2, 2001: Imogene Coca, 92, American television star.

June 3, 2001: Anthony Quinn, 86, actor best known for his role in Zorba the Greek.

June 21, 2001: John Lee Hooker, 83, blues musician.

June 21, 2001: Carroll O'Connor, 76, star of television’s All in the Family.

June 27, 2001: Jack Lemmon, 76, Oscar winning actor.

June 28, 2001: Joan Sims, 71, actor best known for her roles in the Carry On films.

July 3, 2001: Chet Atkins, 77, American country guitarist.

August 7, 2001: Larry Adler, 87, harmonica virtuoso.

August 20, 2001: Sir Fred Hoyle, 86, astronomer and science fiction writer.

August 20, 2001: Kim Stanley, 76, Broadway actress best known for Bus Stop.

August 25, 2001: Aliyah, 22, rhythm and blues singer who had just completed the film Romeo Must Die.

August 29, 2001: Graeme “Shirley” Strachan, 49, lead singer of Australian rock band Skyhooks and television handyman.

September, 2001: 1 Ted Mulry, 51, pop star with Australian group TMG.

September, 2001: 2 Troy Donahue, 65, actor whose films included A Summer Place.

September, 2001: 3 Pauline Kael, 82, American movie critic for the New Yorker.

September, 2001: 13 Dorothy McGuire, 85, stage and screen actor.

September, 2001: 15 June Salter, 69, Australian stage and screen actor.

September, 2001: 16 Samuel Z. Arkoff, 83, film producer.

September, 2001: 20 Patsy Adam-Smith, 77, Australian author.

September 22, 2001: Isaac Stern, 81, violinist.

November 6, 2001: Anthony Shaffer, 75, British playwright best known for Sleuth.

November 16, 2001: Eric Joliffe, 94, Australian cartoonist.

November 29, 2001: George Harrison, 58, former Beatle and solo star whose songs included My Sweet Lord, Something and While My Guitar Gently Weeps.

December 7, 2001: Richard Wherett, 60, acclaimed Australian theatre director.

December 19, 2001: Arkie Whiteley, 36, Australian actor, daughter of artist Bret Whiteley.

December 26, 2001: Nigel Hawthorne, 72, British star of the film The Madness of George III and the TV series Yes Minister.


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