Notable People who died in 2024

M. Emmett Walsh

Renowned for his supporting roles in films like "Midnight Cowboy," "Serpico," and "What s Up, Doc," M. Emmett Walsh was hailed by critic Roger Ebert as a surefire asset to any movie.

Richard Lewis

Known for his neurotic and self-deprecating style, he starred in "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" and "Anything but Love," cementing his place as a titan of 80s comedy.

Carl Weathers

Best remembered for his roles in "Predator" and "Happy Gilmore," Carl Weathers transitioned from professional football to acting with ease.

Chita Rivera

Iconic actress Chita Rivera, a Tony Award winner, was celebrated for her performances in "Guys and Dolls," "West Side Story," and "Chicago."

Toby Keith

Country music star Toby Keith's passing marked the end of an era for contemporary country music. Known for hits like "Beer for My Horses" and "How Do You Like Me Now?

Glynis Johns

One of the last stars of Hollywood's Golden Age, Glynis Johns was known for her roles in "49th Parallel," "The Chapman Report," and "Mary Poppins."

Alec Musser

Soap opera star Alec Musser, known for his role as Del Henry on "All My Children," passed away at fifty.

Robyn Bernard

Best known for her role as Terry Brock on "General Hospital," Robyn Bernard was a prominent figure in the soap opera community.

Gary Graham

Sci-fi actor Gary Graham, famed for his role as Soval in "Star Trek: Enterprise," also starred in "The Hollywood Knights" and "Hardcore."

Bill Hayes

Singer and actor Bill Hayes, known for "The Ballad of Davy Crockett," also played Doug Williams on "Days of Our Lives" from 1970 until 2023.