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January 17-23

Art Garfunkel (singer/actor) -- Alive. Born November 5, 1941.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

Don Henley (singer/songwriter/drummer) -- Alive. Born July 22, 1947. Co-founded the Eagles, co-wrote "Hotel California" and "Desperado," wrote "End of the Innocence."  Home Page  twitter  IMDb

January 10-16

A. E. Hotchner (writer) -- Alive. Born June 28, 1920. Mostly known for his many books on Hemingway.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

December 27-January 2

Norman Lear (Producer/writer) -- Alive. Born July 27, 1922. Showrunner of groundbreaking TV series like All in the Family and The Jeffersons, founded People for the American Way.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

November 15-November 21

Brett Butler (actress/comic) -- Alive. Born January 30, 1958. Grace Under Fire, had addiction and money issues but is making a comeback (Anger Management).  Home Page  twitter  IMDb

Margo Martindale (actress) -- Alive. Born July 18, 1951. Won Emmys for Justified and The Americans, originated the role of Truvy for the first off-Broadway production of Steel Magnolias, gave the script of Nebraska to her longtime friend June Squibb as she felt she was too young for the role of Kate.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

Charlie Sheen (actor) -- Alive. Born September 3, 1965. Actor known more for wild behavior than his performances (though he gave a fine performance in Platoon, an ironic performance in Being John Malcovich and was on Two and a Half Men for almost eight seasons until he was fired), ex-husband of Denise Richards, announced he was HIV positive in November 2015.  twitter  IMDb

Martin Sheen (actor) -- Born August 3, 1940. Father of a brood of American actors, he gave brilliant performances in Apocalypse Now, Gettysburg, and Wall Street; played the President in West Wing, longtime antiwar activist.  Home Page  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

June Squibb (actress) -- Alive. Born November 6, 1929. Oscar-nominated for Nebraska after 60 years in show-biz, played Aunt Fishy in Love the Coopers, played Electra in the original Broadway run of Gypsy, longtime friend of Margo Martindale, her favorite TV show is Game of Thrones (she says she'd love to be in it and be killed by a sword).  twitter  IBDB  IMDb

October 4-October 10

Julie Harris (actress) -- Dead. Congestive heart failure. Died August 24, 2013. Born December 2, 1925. Member of the Wedding (playing a 12-year-old at 27), East of Eden, received 10 Tony nominations (won 5), voiced Mary Chestnut for Ken Burn's Civil War documentary.  twitter  IBDB  IMDb  Obituary  FindAGrave