Corey Haim

March 10, 2010: Corey Haim, 38, Canadaina born Hollywood actor, of an apparent drug overdose. Haim starred in hot teen films of the 1980s including The Lost Boys, License to Drive and Lucas, often alongside Corey Feldman with whom he starred in a 2008 reality TV series The Two Coreys.
Links: LA Times

Alexander Haig

February 20, 2010: Alesander Haig, 85, US Secretary of State under President Ronald Reagan.
Link: Times

Kathryn Grayson

February 17, 2010: Kathryn Grayson, 88, Hollywood actress known for her beauty and singing voice. She starred in box-offices hits including Show Boat, Anchors Aweigh and Kiss Me Kate.
Link: Washington Post.

Ruby Hunter

February 17, 2010: Ruby Hunter, 54, indigenous Australian singer/songwriter who often performed with her lifelong partner, Archie Roach.
Link: Courier-Mail

Dave Grant

Janaury 24, 2010: Dave Grant, 50, Australian standup comedian, of pancreatic cancer.
Link: Chortle

Rowland S Howard

December 30, 2009: Rowland S Howard, 50, Australian guitarist with the band The Birthday Party, of liver cancer.
Link: news.com.au

Tim Hart

December 24, 2009: Tim Hart, 66, British folk musician, of lung cancer. He performed in a duo with Maddy Prior and was a founder member of the band Steeleye Span.
Link: Herald

Connie Hines

December 18, 200: Connie Hines, 79, US actress best known for playing Wilbur's wife, Carol Post, in television's Mr Ed.
Link: Mercury

Bobby Graham

October 11, 2009: Bobby Graham, 69, British session drumer, born Robert Francis Neate, who played on hits including We Gotta Get Out Of This Place by The Animals, Petula Clark’s Downtown, Dusty Springfield’s I Only Want To Be With You, and The Kinks' You Really Got Me. He is said to have been turned down membership of The Beatles.
Links: Glasgow Herald

Stephen Gately

September 10, 2009: Stephen Gately, 33, Irish singer with Boyzone, found dead in Majorca. He had hit singles with the band as a solo artist, also starred on stage in Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and in the horror film Credo. The gay singer married Andrew Cowles in a civil union in early 2006.
Links: Sky News

Henry Gibson

September 14, 2009: Henry Gibson, 73, US actor and comedian best known for his roles in TV series Laugh-In and Boston Legal and the movies Nashville and The Blues Brothers.
Links: CNN

Larry Gelbart

September 11, 2009: Larry Gelbart, 81, US writer and producer best known for helping create the record-breaking M*A*S*H television series. He also wrote for radio and the stage, including the hit A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. He also worked on the films Tootsie, Oh God and And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself.
Links: CNN

Adam Goldstein

August 28, 2009: Adam Goldstein, 36, US disc jockey and media personality known as DJ AM. He died of a suspected drug overdose just months after surviving a plane crash.
Links: NY Daily News

Ellie Greenwich

August 26, 2009: Ellie Greenwich, 68, US songwriter who wrote or co-wrote hits including River Deep, Mountain High, Leader of the Pack, Leader of the Pack, Chapel of Love and Do Do Run Run. She also coproduced Kentucky Woman with Neil Diamond.
Links: BBC

Don Hewitt

August 19, 2009: Don Hewitt, 86, US television producer who created the successful CBS current affairs program 60 Minutes.
Links: Guardian

John Hughes

August 6, 2009: John Hughes, 59, US film director whose box-office hits included Bueller's Day Off, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Home Alone and Planes, Trains and Automobiles, of a heart attack.
Links: BBC

Titus (Baatin) Glover

August 1, 2009: Titus (Baatin) Glover, 25, US rapper who founded Slum Village.
Links: Detroit Free Press

Lucy Gordon

May 20, 2009: Lucy Gordon, 29, British actress and model who had roles in the films The Four Feathers and Spider-Man 3. She was found dead in an apartment in Paris.
Links: Daily Mail

Danny Gans

May 1, 2009: Danny Gans, 52, US comic and impressionist who was named Las Vegas entertainer of the year 11 times.
Links: CNN

Vern Gosdin

April 28, 2009: Vern Gosdin, 74, American country singer known as "The Voice". His hits included Set 'em Up Joe, I Can Tell by the Way You Dance, I'm Still Crazy and a duet with Emmylou Harris, Yesterday's Gone.
Links: LA Times

Paul Harvey

February 28, 2009: Paul Harvey, 90, US broadcaster with the ABC radio network. He once commanded a huge audience across America and internationally through the Armed Forces network, and was working up until last year.
Links: CNN

Reg Gutteridge

January 25, 2009: Reg Gutteridge, 84, one-legged British journalist and boxing commentator, renowned as a great practical joker.
Links: Telegraph

Tony Hart

January 18, 2009: Tony Hart, 83, British artist and presenter of television shows including Vision On, Take Hart, Smart Hart and Hartbeat.
Links: BBC

Jon Hager

January 9, 2009: Jon Hager, 67, US musician/comedian who appeared with his twin brother Jim on the country music show Hee Haw. Jim Hager died in May 2008.
Links: Boston Globe

Pat Hingle

January 3, 2009: Pat Hingle, 84, veteran US character actor most recently known for playing Commissioner Gordon in four Batman films.
Links: CNN

Freddie Hubbard

December 29, 2008: Freddie Hubbard, 70, US jazz musician. The Blue Note trumpeter played with the likes of Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderley and John Coltrane.
Links: Guardian

Richard Hickox

November 23, 2008: Richard Hickox, 60, English conductor who was music director of Opera Australia, of a heart attack.
Links: SMH; Guardian

Tony Hillerman

October 26, 2008: Tony Hillerman, 83, US author who wrote a series of novels featuring Navajo police officers Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee.
Links: CNN

James Gleeson

October 20, 2008: James Gleeson, 92, Australian surrealist painter. He also wrote several books, including one on the artist William Dobell.
Links: news.com.au

Neal Hefti

October 11, 2008: Neal Hefti, 85, US composer who wrote the theme tunes to The Odd Couple and Batman. He also worked as a trumpeter with the Woody Herman and Count Basie big bands.
Links: CNN

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