The world has lost another comedic great with the passing of Len Lesser, best known for his recurring role as Uncle Leo on Seinfeld. He died from cancer-related pneumonia.
Maria Schneider, The French actress who played Marlon Brando’s lover in the Bernardo Bertoluccis’s controversial 1972 film, has died aged 58 “following a long illness”.
British stage and screen actress Susannah York has died at the age of 72 after losing her battle with bone marrow cancer.
Five months after being diagnosed with late-stage throat cancer, Michael Douglas has revelaed that his tumor is gone and that he is confident that he has beaten the cancer.
Just days before losing her battle with breast cancer, Elizabeth Edwards cut her cheating husband — former presidential candidate John Edwards — out of her will, leaving everything to her three daughters.
Mick Karn, who will be remembered for his untouchable fretless playing, just as he will for his dyed locks and shaved eyebrows, has passed away in London after suffering from cancer.
Soul singer Aretha Franklin has been discharged from hospital in time to celebrate Christmas with her family after undergoing “highly successful” surgery for an undisclosed illness.
Still looking great at an incredible 72 years of age, the Oscar winning Jane Fonda has been given a clean bill of health after doctors have assured her she is now free of cancer.
Denise Borino-Quinn, famous for her role as the wife of a mob boss in the extremely popular, award-winning HBO series The Sopranos, has died of cancer aged just 46.
Penthouse magazine founder Bob Guccione has died aged 79 at Plano Speciality Hospital, Dallas, after a long running battle with cancer.