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Bernard Matthews

November 25,2010: Bernard Matthews, 80, British businessman who built up a mulit-million pound turkey empire from a £2.50 investment.
Link: Guardian

Harry Mulisch

October 29, 2010: Harry Mulisch, 83, Dutch author of The Assault and The Discovery of Heaven.
Link: Radio Netherlands

James MacArthur

October 28, 2010: James MacArthur, 72, US actor who starred as Danny "Danno" Williams in the detective series Hawaii-Five-O.
Link: Wikipedia

Simon MacCorkindale

October 15, 2010: Simon MacCorkindale, 56, British actor best known for his role in the TV series Casualty and Manimal and the film Death on the Nile, of cancer. He was married to actress Susan George.
Link: Telegraph

Benoit Mandelbrot

October 14, 2010: Benoit Mandelbrot, 85, Poland-born, French-American mathematician best known for his work with fractal geometry.
Link: Wikipedia

Kevin McCarthy

September 11, 2010: Kevin McCarthy, 96, US stage and screen actor whose films included Death of a Salesman and Invasion of the Body Snatchers. In his latter years, he toured the one-man show Give 'Em Hell, Harry, in which he played President Truman.
Link: LA Times

Patricia Neal

August 8, 2010: Patricia Neal, 84, US stage and screen actress who won an Academy Award for the 1963 film Hud. She was also in The Day the Earth Stood Still and Breakfast at Tiffany's
Link: CBS

John Louis Mansi

August 6, 2010: John Louis Mansi, 83, British character actor, born John Patrick Adams, who found fame as Gestapo officer Von Smallhausen in the sitcom 'Allo 'Allo. He also appeared in the Beatles' film Help!
Link: SMH

Tom Mankiewicz

July 31, 2010: Tom Mankiewicz, 68, US screenwriter and director whose writing credits include the first two Superman films and the James Bond movies, Diamonds Are Forever and Live and Let Die.
Link: SMH

Charles Mackerras

July 14, 2010: Sir (Alan) Charles Mackerras, 84, New York-born, London-based Australian conductor who specialised in the operas of Janacek and Mozart, and the comic works of Gilbert and Sullivan.
Link: Wikipedia

Sugar Minott

July 10, 2010: Sugar Minott, 54, Jamaican reggae singer and poet whose career began in the late 1960s with The African Brothers.
Link: Wikipedia

Vonetta McGee

July 9, 2010: Lawrence Vonetta McGee, 65, African-American star of 1970s blaxploitation films Melinda and Hammer, and the 1975 film The Eiger Sanction, alongside Clint Eastwood. She also appeared in the TV series Bustin' Loose, LA Law and Cagney & Lacey
Link: Wikipedia

Ronald Neame

June 18, 2010: Ronald Neame, 99, London-born British and Hollywood film director whose successes included Blithe Spirit, The Poseidon Adventure and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. He also wrote screenplays, including Brief Encounter and Great Expectations.
Link: BBC

Rue McClanahan

June 3, 2010: Rue McClanahan, 76, US stage and screen actress best known for her role as Blanche in TV sitcom The Golden Girls.
Links: LA Times

Kenneth McKellar

April 9, 2010: Kenneth McKellar, 82, Scottish tenor who earned international acclaim for his recordings of Robert Burns' songs. He also wrote comedy scripts, including a skit which members of the Monty Python team performed at The Secret Policeman's Ball.
Link: Herald

Malcolm McLaren

April 8, 2010: Malcolm McLaren, 64, British punk music guru who created and managed The Sex Pistols. He starred in the film The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle and had a solo hit with Buffalo Girls.
Link: Daily Mail

Sonia McMahon

April 2, 2010: Lady (Sonia) McMahon, 77, widow of former Australian prime minister Sir William McMahon, and prominent socialite, of cancer.
Link: ABC

Johnny Maestro

March 24, 2010: Johnny Maestro, 70, US singer born John Mastrangelo. He sang with the Del-Satins and the Crests, and his hits included Sixteen Candles, You'll Never Walk Alone and Step By Step.
Links: MSNBC

Jim Marshall

March 23, 2010: Jim Marshall, 74, rock photographer who produced iconic images of the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and hundreds of others.
Link: AP

Alexander McQueen

February 11, 2010: Alexander McQueen, 40, British fashion designer, found dead in his London flat.
Links: The Sun

Walter Frederick Morrison

February 9, 2010: Walter Frederick Morrison, 90, American inventor whose Pluto Platter flying-disc toy went on to become a global phenomenon under the name Frisbee.
Link: Guardian

John McCallum

February 3, 2010: John McCallum, 91, Australian stage and screen actor and producer who created the iconic TV series Skippy, about a bush kangaroo. McCallum often worked with his wife, actress Googie Withers.
Links: ABC, Courier-Mail, Telegraph

Justin Mentell

February 1, 2010: Justin Mentell, 27, US actor who starred in Boston Legal and the film G-Force, in a car accident.
Link: People

James Mitchell

January 22, 2010: James Mitchell, 89, American stage and screen actor who was a long-time star of TV soap opera All My Children.
Link: boston.com

Monica Maughan

January 8, 2010: Monica Maughan, Australian stage and screen actress best known for her roles in a 1980s touring production of The Importance of Being Earnest and in the TV shows Prisoner and The Damnation Of Harvey McHugh.
Link: ABC

William May

December 31, 2009: William "Billy" May, US-born Australian dancer and theatrical producer whose credits included the Walking With Dinosaurs arena show.
Link: Undercover

George Michael

December 24, 2009: George Michael, 70, popular US television sportscaster with Washington DC station WRC TV whose show The George Michael Sports Machine was syndicated across the US for 27 years.
Link: CNN

Brittany Murphy

December 20, 2009: Brittany Murphy, 32, US actress who starred in Clueless and Sin City, and voiced characters on King of the Hill and Happy Feet.
Link: TMZ

Joe Maross

November 7, 2009: Joe Maross, 86, US stage, TV and film actor. He featured in many series including The Rockford Files, Perry Mason, The Twilight Zone and Murder She Wrote.
Links: Variety

Yoko Minamida

October 21, 2009: Yoko Minamida , 76, Japanese film and television star.
Links: Variety

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