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Celeste Holm

July 15, 2012: Celeste Holm, 95, US stage and screen actress who starred in Oklahoma! on Broadway before winning an Oscar for Gentleman's Agreement. She starred in All About Eve, The Tender Trap and High Society, and was a member of the Save the Theatres Committee trying to stop the demolition of old theatres in New York.
Link: CBS

Andy Griffith

Juy 3, 2012: Andy Griffith, 86, US stage and screen actor, raconteur and singer who starred in the hit television sitcom The Andy Griffith Show in the 1960s and the legal drama Matlock in the 1980s and 1990s.
Link: Wikipedia

Don Grady

June 27,2012: Don Grady, 68, US child actor and musician, born Don Louis Agrati, who began as a Mousketeer on The Mickey Mouse Club and starred as eldest brother Robbie in My Three Sons. He later played in the bands Geef and The Yellow Balloon, and wrote the music for the film Switch and the theme for The Phil Donahue Show.
Link: SF Chronicle

Henry Hill

June 12, 2012: Henry Hill, 69, US Mafia turncoat whose story was told in the film Goodfellas, after a long illness. Hill spent many years in the witness protection scheme but was thrown out because he couldn't stay out of trouble.
Link: NY Daily News

Robin Gibb

May 20, 2012: Robin Gibb, 62, British-Australian pop star who rose to global fame during the disco era as a member of the Bee Gees, along with his brothers Maurice and Barry. Their hits included Spicks and Specks, Stayin' Alive and Night Fever.
Link: SMH

Jack Gerson

April 29, 2012: Jack Gerson, 83, Scottish author and television screenwriter who wrote for the popular police procedural series Z Cars, as well as The Omega Factor, This Man Craig and Sutherland’s Law.
Link: Scotsman

Charles Higham

April 21, 2012: Charles Higham, 81, British-born, US-based writer and celebrity biographer among whose many works were controversial books claiming Errol Flynn was a Nazi spy and that Cary Grant as a wife-beating closeted homosexual.
Link: LA Times

Levon Helm

April 19, 2012; Levon Helm, 71, US musician and actor who was the drummer with The Band.
Link: Wikipedia

Greg Ham

April 19, 2012: Greg Ham, 58, flautist with Australian pop band Men at Work. He also appeared on the short-lived 1980s TV comedy While You're Down There.
Link: Age.

Michael Hossack

March 12, 2012: Michael Hossack, 65, drummer with US band the Doobie Brothers, of cancer.
Link: Wikipedia

Whitney Houston

February 11, 2012: Whitney Houston, 48, US singer who had sold more than 170 million albums and won multiple Grammy awards. She also starred in the hit film The Bodyguard.
Link: Wikipdedia

Ben Gazzara

February 3, 2012: Ben Gazzara, 81, US stage and screen actor most famous for his collaborations with film director John Cassavetes. His work included the TV series Run for Your Life, and the films Husbands, If It's Tuesday It Must Be Belgium, and Anatomy of a Murder.
Link: NY Times

Robert Hegyes

January 26, 2012: Robert Hegyes, 60, US actor best known for playing nerd Epstein in the TV series Welcome Back, Kotter.
Link: Wikipedia

Bob Holness

January 5, 2012: Bob Holness, 83, British actor and broadcaster who helmed the quiz show Blockbusters for many years. He did not, as urban legend had it, play the saxophone part on Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street.
Link: Daily Mail

Johannes Heesters

December 24, Johannes Heesters, 108, Dutch entertainer who became a favourite in Germany but not in his homeland because of his association with the Nazis in the 1930s. His films included Die Leuchter des Kaisers and Das Hofkonzert.
Link: Variety

Vaclav Havel

December 18, 2011: Václav Havel, 75, Czech poet and playwright who became president of the Czech Republic in 1993 after the separation of Czechoslovakia.
Link: Wikipedia

Christopher Hitchens

December 15, 2011: Christopher Hitchens, 62, Anglo-American writer, intellectual and outspoken atheist, of cancer.
Link: Vanity Fair

Harold Hopkins

December 11, 2011: Harold Hokpins, 67, Australian stage and screen actor, of mesothelioma. He is best remembered for his roles in the films Don's Party, The Club and Gallipoli
Link: Herald Sun

Dobie Gray

December 6, 2011: Dobie Gray, 70, US pop ballad singer, of cancer. His hits included Drift Away, Loving Arms and In the Crowd.
Link: Variety

Mark Hall

November 18, 2011: Mark Hall, British animator who, along with Brian Cosgrove, created the television shows Danger Mouse and Count Duckula.
Link: Guardian

Dulcie Gray

November 15, 2011: Dulcie Gray, 95, British stage and screen actress who often perfomred alongside her late husband Michael Denison. Best known for the TV series Howard's Way, she also wrote fiction and non-fiction works.
Link: NY Times

Bhupen Hazarika

November 5, 2011: Bhupen Hazarika, 85, Indian folk singer, musician, composer and filmmaker.
Link: BBC

Dolores Hope

September 19, 2011: Dolores Hope, 102, US singer and actress, and widow of comedian Bob Hope.

Esther Gordy Edwards

August 24, 2011: Esther Gordy Edwards, 91, executive with Motown music and sister of its founder, Berry Gordy. She also created and was president of the Motown Museum.
Link: Wikipedia

Sean Hoare

July 18, 2011: Sean Hoare, former News of the World journalist who became a whistleblower, telling the New York Times that former editor Andy Coulson knew about endemic phone hacking at the paper.
Link: BBC

Otto von Habsbur

July 4, 2011: Otto von Habsbur, 98, former Archduke of Austria and Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary.
Link: Wikipedia

Andrew Gold

June 3, 2011: Andrew Gold, 59, US composer whose songs included Thank You For Being A Friend, the theme to the long-running sitcom Golden Girls. A multi-instrumentalist, he was also a highly regarded session musician, and the son of celebrated soprano Marni Nixon.
Link: Wikipedia

Bill Hunter

May 21, 2011: Bill Hunter, 71, Australian actor who appeared in films including The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Newsfront, Strictly Ballroom and Muriel's Wedding.
Links: Wikipedia; Courier-Mail

Tim Hetherington

April 20, 2011: Tim Hetherington, 41, British Oscar-nominated documentary maker and photojournalist, killed along with photographer Chris Hondros on assignment in Libya.
Link: Wikipedia

Lyudmila Gurchenko

March 30, 2011: Lyudmila Gurchenko, 75, well-loved Ukraine-born Soviet film and stage actress who became an instant sensation with her first movie, Carnival Night in 1956.
Link: Wikipedia

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