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Juanita Moore (actress) -- Dead. Died January 1, 2014. Born October 19, 1914. Received Best Actress Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for Imitation of Life, and appeared the London production of A Raisin in the Sun. Wikipedia IBDB IMDb Obituary FindAGrave
Phil Everly (singer/songwriter) -- Dead. COPD. Died January 3, 2014. Born January 19, 1939. The younger Everly Brother, Phil wrote "When Will I Be Loved?" and "Cathy's Clown;" very influential over the Beatles and Simon and Garfunkle. Wikipedia IBDB IMDb Obituary FindAGrave
Alicia Rhett (actress/artist) -- Dead. Died January 3, 2014. Born February 1, 1915. Played India Wilkes in Gone with the Wind, spent most of her life as a portrait artist. Wikipedia IMDb Obituary FindAGrave
Saul Zaentz (movie producer) -- Dead. Alzheimer's Disease. Died January 3, 2014. Born February 28, 1921. Won three Best Picture Oscars for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Amadeus and The English Patient. Wikipedia IMDb Obituary
Ruth Robinson Duccini (actress) -- Dead. Died January 16, 2014. Born July 23, 1918. Last surviving actress to play a Munchkin in The Wizard of Oz, also appeared in Under the Rainbow. Wikipedia IMDb Obituary
Hiroo Onoda (stubborn soldier/cattle farmer) -- Dead. Died January 16, 2014. Born March 19, 1922. Japanese soldier who continued to fight WWII in the jungles of the Phillippines until he finally agreed to surrender in 1974. Wikipedia Obituary
Pete Seeger (singer/songwriter/activist) -- Dead. Died January 27, 2014. Born May 3, 1919. Wrote songs like "If I Had a Hammer" and "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," founder of the group The Weavers, blacklisted during the '50s and '60s due to his political views, performed regularly in concert through his late 80s, marched for miles during an Occupy march in his 90s. Wikipedia IBDB IMDb Obituary
Arthur Rankin (producer) -- Dead. Died January 30, 2014. Born July 17, 1924. With Jules Bass, produced classic cartoons like Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Hobbit and The Last Unicorn. Wikipedia IBDB Obituary
Philip Seymour Hoffman (actor) -- Dead. Drug overdose. Died February 2, 2014. Born July 23, 1967. Brilliant actor who won an Oscar for Capote, died while Mockingjay was in production. Wikipedia IBDB IMDb Obituary
Shirley Temple Black (actress/stateswoman) -- Dead. Died February 10, 2014. Born April 23, 1928. Most famous child star of the '30s, starred in movies like Little Miss Marker and A Little Princess, first wife of John Agar, she went on to be an ambassador. Wikipedia IMDb Obituary
Christopher Malcolm (actor/director) -- Dead. Died February 15, 2014. Born Aubust 19, 1946. The original Brad in the first production of Rocky Horror Picture Show (later directed many productions of Rocky Horror and won a Tony for Best Broadway Revival), a pilot in The Empire Strikes Back but probably best-known as Justin in Absolutely Fabulous. Wikipedia IBDB IMDb Obituary
Garrick Utley (journalist/professor) -- Dead. Prostate cancer. Died February 20, 2014. Born November 19, 1939. NBC newscaster for many years, later worked for ABC and co-anchored 9/11 coverage for CNN, fluent in four languages, later taught journalism. Wikipedia IMDb Obituary
Harold Ramis (director/actor) -- Dead. Autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis Died February 24, 2014. Born November 21, 1944. Director who helped define comedy in the '80s and '90s with Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day and Analyze This. Wikipedia IMDb Obituary
Geoff Edwards (game show host/TV host/actor) -- Dead. Pneumonia. Died March 5, 2014. Born February 13, 1931. Hosted many different game shows in the '80s (like Chain Reaction and Starcade) in the US and Canada. Wikipedia IMDb Obituary