In Memoriam December 2018 Stars we lost in TV & Film #InMemoriam #CelebrityNews
In Memoriam December 2018 Stars we lost in TV & Film #InMemoriam
Many iconic figures of film and television left us in December 2018. In this video, we want to honor them and say our goodbyes.
May they rest in peace.
Like in the Emmys or the Oscars In Memoriam, a December 2018 compilation to pay our respect.
Film & TV celebrities who died in December 2018
Ken Berry, 85, American actor (F Troop, Mayberry R.F.D., Mama's Family)
Ennio Fantastichini, 63, Italian actor (Open Doors, At the End of the Night, Loose Cannons), Donatello winner
Judy McBurney, 70, Australian actress (Prisoner, Always Greener, The Young Doctors)
Philip Bosco, 88, American actor (Lend Me a Tenor, Working Girl, My Best Friend's Wedding), Tony winner (1989)
Geoff Murphy, 80, New Zealand film director (Goodbye Pork Pie, Young Guns II, Under Siege 2: Dark Territory)
Jael Strauss, 34, American fashion model and television personality (America's Next Top Model)
Thomas Baptiste, 89, Guyanese-born British actor (Coronation Street, Sunday Bloody Sunday)
Tim Rossovich, 72, American football player (Philadelphia Eagles) and actor (The Long Riders, The Sting II)
Charles Weldon, 78, American actor (Stir Crazy, Malcolm X, Drop Squad)
Rodney Kageyama, 77, American actor (Gung Ho, Pretty Woman, Showdown in Little Tokyo)
Rob DesHotel, 52, American television writer and producer (Man with a Plan, That '70s Show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
Alvin Epstein, 93, American actor and stage director (Beauty and the Beast, Synecdoche, New York, Year by the Sea)
Bill Siegel, 55, American documentary producer and director (The Trials of Muhammad Ali, The Weather Underground)
Odile Rodin, 81, French actress (Futures Vedettes, Si Paris nous était conté)
Patricia Marshall, 94, American actress (Good News)
John Ford Noonan, 77, American actor (Adventures in Babysitting)
Penny Marshall, 75, American actress (Laverne & Shirley) and director (Big, A League of Their Own)
Peter Masterson, 84, American writer, director (The Trip to Bountiful), and actor (The Exorcist)
Geetha Salam, 72, Indian actor (Mani Koya Kurup, Malabar Wedding, Romans).
Bill Sellars, 93, British television director and producer (Doctor Who, All Creatures Great and Small, Triangle).
Donald Moffat, 87, British-born American actor (The Thing, The Right Stuff, Clear and Present Danger)
Osvaldo Bayer, 91, Argentine writer (La Patagonia rebelde)
Norman Gimbel, 91, American Hall of Fame songwriter ("Canadian Sunset", "The Girl from Ipanema", "Killing Me Softly with His Song"), Oscar winner (1980)
Penny Cook, 61, Australian actress (A Country Practice, E Street, Neighbours)
Herb Ellis, 97, American actor (Dragnet, The Killing, The Fortune Cookie)
Jorge Grau, 88, Spanish artist and filmmaker (Let Sleeping Corpses Lie)
Don McKay, 93, American actor (West Side Story)
Jer O'Leary, 70s, Irish actor (Michael Collins, In the Name of the Father)
Robert Kerman, 71, American actor (Debbie Does Dallas, Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Ferox)
Børge Ring, 97, Danish animator (Anna & Bella), Oscar winner (1985).
Iaia Fiastri, 84, Italian screenwriter (Basta guardarla, Bianco, rosso e..., When Women Lost Their Tails)
Toshiko Fujita, 68, Japanese voice actress (Digimon Adventure, Fist of the North Star)
Dame June Whitfield, 93, English actress (Terry and June, Last of the Summer Wine, Absolutely Fabulous)
Agneta Eckemyr, 68, Swedish actress (The Kentucky Fried Movie, The Island at the Top of the World, Christopher's House),
Ringo Lam, 63, Hong Kong film director (Aces Go Places IV, City on Fire, Maximum Risk)
Rosenda Monteros, 83, Mexican actress (A Woman's Devotion, The Magnificent Seven, Tiara Tahiti)
Cesáreo Estébanez, 77, Spanish actor (Farmacia de guardia, Escenas de Matrimonio, The Night of the Sunflowers)
Don Lusk, 105, American animator and director (Pinocchio, 101 Dalmatians, Peanuts)
May they rest in peace...
Video by: Guillermo Paz
Marigold by Quincas Moreira
Arms of Heaven by Aakash Gandhi