September 10, 2014: Richard Keil, 74, American actor best known for playing villain's henchman "Jaws" in two James Bond films, The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker.
August 28, 2014:, Bill Kerr, 92, South Africa-born Australian actor whose credits included Hancock's Half Hour, the Dam Busters, Doctor Who, The Young Doctors, Gallipoli and Anzacs.
August 8, 2014: Charles Keating, 72 stage and screen actor best known for his role as villain Carl Hutchins in the US soap opera Another World.
June 14, 2014: Sam Kelly, 70, British character actor who appeared in TV sitcoms Porridge and 'Allo 'Allo, and on stage as the Wizard in Wicked.
June 13, 2014: Jim Keays, Glasgow-born Australian musician with 1960s-70s band The Master Apprentices, whose biggest hit was Turn Up Your Radio. In recent years, he played alongside Darryl Cotton and Russell Morris.
June 12, 2014: Carla Laemmle, 104, US actress and dancer whose uncle Carl Laemmle founded Universal Studios.
January 16, 2014: Roger Lloyd-Pack, 69, British character actor who played Trigger in the long-running sitcom Only Fools and Horses, and also appeared in The Vicar of Dibley, and the film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
November 17, 2013: Doris Lessing, 94, Iran-born, Zimbabwe-raised, British writer. The Nobel prize-winner's novels included The Golden Notebook and The Grass is Singing.
October 16, 2013: Edward Lauter, 74 US comedian and actor, best known for the Hitchcock film Family Plot and appearances in the films Seabiscuit and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, and the TV series Kojak, The A Team, Booker, Space, The -Files, Star Trek: The Next Generation and ER.
August 20, 2013: Elmore Leonard, 87, American author of crime fiction and thrillers, including Get Shorty and Rum Punch.
July 27, 2013: David “Kidd” Kraddick, 53, American radio announcer who was based in Dallas, Texas, and heard on about 100 stations across the US.
July 25, 2013: Bernadette Lafont, 74, French actress who rose to fame during the new wave of the 1960s. She worked with directors François Truffaut and Claude Chabrol.
June 29, 2013: Jim Kelly, 67, US martial arts specialist best known for his film role opposite Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon. In later years, he became a professional tennis player.
June 3, 2013: Jiah Khan, 25, New York-born Bollywood actress, who debuted in the controversial 2007 film Nishabd (No Words), about a young girl in love with a much older man. She is believed to have taken her own life.
April 25, 2013: Johnny Lockwood, 92, English-born Australian actor best known for his role as deli owner Aldo Godolfusin the 1970s soap opera Number 96. He also appeared in Neighbours and the film Moulin Rouge.
January 27, 2013: Patricia Lovell, 83, Australian television pioneer who was Miss Pat on the children's series Mr Squiggle and a panellist on Beauty and the Beast. She went on to produce hit films including Picnic at Hanging Rock and Gallipoli.
October 10, 2012: Alex Karras, 77, US professional footballer with the NFL who became an actor in the film Blazing Saddles and the TV series Webster.
September 27, 2012: Herbert Lom, 95, Czech-born British actor best know for starring alongside Peter Sellers in the Pink Panther films, playing Charles Dreyfus.
August 12, 2012: Joe Kubert, 85, Polish born US comic-book artist who worked on DC titles including Sgt Rock and Hawkman, and his own characters including Tor, Son of Sinbad. He also taught art at his own Kubert School.
July 25, 2012: Susanne Lothar, 51, German actress known for her roles in the films The Reader, The Piano Teacher and The White Ribbon.
July 18, 2012: Rajesh Khanna, 79, Indian actor regarded as Bollywood's first superstar. He had a string of hit films, including Aradhana, Do Raaste, Safar and Anand. In later life, he became an MP.
July 16, 2012: Jon Lord, 71, keyboardist with UK heavy metal band Deep Purple, and co-writer of hits including Smoke On The Water. He lso played as a session musician, famously on The Kinks' You Really Got Me, and composed classical works.
June 17, 2012: Rodney King, 47, US victim of police brutality. The acquittal of accused officers led to the LA riots of 1992. He was reportedly found dead at the bottom of a swimming pool.
May 6, 2012: George Lindsey, 83, US character actor best known for the TV comedies Hee-Haw and The Andy Griffith Show, in which he played the dimwitted Goober Pyle.
April 6, 2012: Thomas Kinkade, 54, US painter whose works were popular with everyday Americans but not with the critics and art establishment who questioned the way he commercialised his talent.
April 2, 2012: Jimmy Little, 75, indigenous Australian musician. His biggest hit was 1963's Royal Telephone. He suffered kidney failure and set up the Jimmy Little Foundation to support health programs for Aborigines.
February 19, 2012: Steve Kordek, 100, US engineer whose designs revolutionised pinball machines. His ideas included the use of two flippers at the bottom of the table, drop targets and multiball play.