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Celebrities Who Died in 2023

All the Stars We've Lost in 2023

Celebrities Who Died in 2023

This year has, unfortunately, been filled with a slew of heartbreaking celebrity deaths. In October, the showbiz world was shocked to hear of the death of "Friends" star Matthew Perry at the age of 54. He followed football legend Sir Bobby Charlton died at the age of 86 following a struggle with dementia. In September, Harry Potter star Michael Gambon passed away at the age of 82. In August, revered British broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson and musician DJ Casper – the man behind the 1998 track "Cha Cha Slide" – both died. In July, actors Angus Cloud and Jane Birkin and musicians Tony Bennett, Sinéad O'Connor, and Coco Lee all died, as well as BBC newsreader George Alagiah. News of their deaths followed that of beloved actor Alan Arkin, who died on 30 June. Also in June, reality star Anna Shay and "Everwood" actor Treat Williams died, while actor Julian Sands's death was confirmed on 27 June, months after he went missing.

In May, the "Queen of Rock" Tina Turner died at the age of 83. In April, talk-show host Jerry Springer died at the age of 79; legendary musician, actor, and civil rights activist Harry Belafonte died at age 96; and "Strictly Come Dancing" judge Len Goodman died at age 78.

The month before, "Saving Private Ryan" actor Tom Sizemore, TV legend Paul O'Grady, and actor Lance Reddick all died as well. February also brought a number of losses, including iconic actors Richard Belzer and Raquel Welch, South African rapper AKA, and "Days of Our Lives" star Cody Longo.

Meanwhile, January brought with it the loss of these beloved celebrities: iconic composer, songwriter, and musician Burt Bacharach; Earth, Wind & Fire drummer Fred White; Three 6 Mafia member Gangsta Boo; supermodel Tatjana Patitz; legendary guitarist Jeff Beck; Elvis Presley's only child, Lisa Marie; and rock icon David Crosby.

Keep reading for the celebrities we've lost so far in 2023 and how their loved ones are remembering them after their deaths.

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