Dennis Day, one of Disney's original Mouseketeers in the 1950s, has died, police confirmed on June 6.

He also appeared for regular segments on "Fox & Friends.". Combs held the title for fastest woman on four wheels, reaching 398 mph in 2013. "It’s with great sadness that we tell you our brother Neal Casal has passed away," reads a message. A native of Danville, N.J., Casal started playing guitar when he received one as a Christmas present when he was 12. Rutger Hauer, whose murderous replicant Roy Batty famously fought Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard in 1982’s "Blade Runner," died July 19 at home in the Netherlands. Torn was best known for playing late-night talk show producer Arthur on HBO's "The Larry Sanders Show" in the 1990s. ", Singer-songwriter Mark Hollis, frontman of 1980s British new wave band Talk Talk, died Feb. 25 at the age of 64 after a short illness. A statement said Norman died from septic shock and multi-organ failure secondary to complications of a spinal cord injury she sustained in 2015. He was 43. After rising to infamy alongside Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman as part of stunt group the Youth International Party, he revinvented himself as a speaker, stand-up comedian, celebrity interviewer and author of nearly a dozen books. He was 85. He favored long, colorful brocades and huge gemstone rings.

Allan was 84. Pennebaker was a leader among a generation of filmmakers in the 1960s who took advantage of such innovations as handheld cameras and adopted an intimate, spontaneous style known as cinéma vérité. John Wesley, best known for playing Dr. Hoover on "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," died Sept. 8 from cancer at age 72. An official statement on behalf of Casal’s family reads, “It’s with great sadness that we tell you our brother Neal Casal … Tania Mallet, who played Bond girl character of Tilly Masterson alongside Sean Connery in "Goldfinger," died March 30 at the age of 77. St. John had played the character of Neil Winters since 1991 on the long-running CBS daytime soap opera. No cause of death was released. She was 97. Biographer Edmund Morris, who died May 24, a day after suffering a stroke, won a Pulitzer Prize for "The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt."

Singer Marie Fredriksson died Dec. 9 at 61 after a 17-year-long battle with cancer. He was 74. He was 75. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Neal Graeme Casal (November 2, 1968 – August 26, 2019) was an American guitarist, singer, songwriter and photographer. He occasionally appeared in its sketches, including in episodes hosted by Christopher Walken and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. The young actor, who appeared in a variety of films and TV shows, including opposite Adam Sandler in the movie “Grown Ups,” suffered a seizure related to an ongoing medical condition, his family said.

Massi served as a real estate attorney and hosted "Bob Massi Is the Property Man," which aired on Fox News and Fox Business. Best known for founding Mexican restaurant and food truck company Pink Taco, Morton came from a famous hospitality industry family: His father, Peter, co-founded the Hard Rock Cafe in 1971 and owned and operated the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Vegas until 2006. Rest easy Neal, we love you. Passages 2019: Stars we've lost this year, Read or Share this story:

Frank's 2000 debut novel, "Sullivan's Island," has over a million copies in print and has been translated into 10 languages.

Lisa Sheridan, known for her roles on the television series "Halt and Catch Fire" and "Invasion," died Feb. 25 at age 44, according to reports. Warren and her husband founded the research society the New England Society for Psychic Research. W.E.B. Her 1962 breakthrough, “Cleo From 5 to 7,” followed a woman in real time while she awaited results of a cancer exam. ", Richard Jackson, the publisher of acclaimed children's books by Judy Blume, Paula Fox and others died Oct. 2.

It was honor to represent him. The couple married in 1987. Jed Allan, soap opera star known for his roles in "Days of Our Lives," "Beverly Hills, 90210," and "Santa Barbara," died March 9  in Palm Desert, California. Newman won a Tony in 1962 for "Subways Are for Sleeping." Bravo— whose given name was Jesus Melgoza Bravo — appeared as Chelsea Handler's sidekick on the E! Junstrom left Lynyrd Skynyrd before the band recorded their 1973 debut album. He had been on a publicity tour for his latest book, "Spying on the South: An Odyssey Across the American Divide.".

Young was a big name in folk music _ Dylan, a regular visitor at his New York music shop, the Folklore Center, once called it “the citadel of Americana folk music.” Young moved to Sweden in 1973 and reopened his store there. Hedison starred as CIA operative Felix Leiter in 1973's "Live and Let Die" opposite Roger Moore, and then returned to the role in 1989 with Timothy Dalton as James Bond in "License to Kill." Publicist B. Harlan Boll says Channing died of natural causes.

He was nominated nine times for Daytime Emmy Awards, and won 10 NAACP Image Awards. The cause of his death is not yet known.

… you will never be replaced bro!!! He was 27. With hits including "Last Train to Clarksville," "I'm a Believer" and "Daydream Believer," the Monkees were one of the highest-charting acts of the late '60s. Following a solo career, Fredriksson teamed up with Per Gessle in 1986 to form the pop duo Roxette, which launched them into the spotlight. Keith Flint, the snarly-voiced, pointy-haired frontman of electronic dance band The Prodigy, was found dead March 4 at his home near London, bandmate Liam Howlett confirmed via Instagram. Lyon's post-"Lolita" credits included 1964's “Night of the Iguana" and 1971's “Tony Rome.” Her final acting job was in the 1980 horror film “Alligator.”.

Georgia Engel, best known for her role as soft-voiced Georgette Franklin on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," died April 12  at age 70. He discovered a personal connection to the country’s past through the hemophilia that afflicted both his son and the son of Nicholas II. Bob Kingsley, a celebrated voice in country music who impacted airwaves for 60 years, died Oct. 17 after a battle with cancer. Known for his trademark white ponytail, starched collar, sunglasses and fingerless gloves – not to mention his controversial remarks – he oversaw iconic houses like Chanel and Fendi.

Robert K. Massie, the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian who specialized in best-selling and critically praised biographies of the Russian czars, died Dec. 2 at age 90. He was 94. Ganz, a prominent figure in the German-language theater world, shifted into movies in the 1970s, appearing in Werner Herzog's "Nosferatu" and Wenders' "The American Friend" among others. Ocasek was married to supermodel Paulina Porizkova for almost 30 years.

Jay Janner, Austin American-Statesman via AP, Acclaimed singer and guitarist Leon Redbone, who performed jazz, ragtime and Tin Pan Alley-style songs, died May 30. Neal Casal plays at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California. Her prize-winning and best-selling books, including "Beloved," "Song of Solomon," and "The Bluest Eye," gave expression to formerly unspoken truths of black life in America, past and present. Miller's career spanned more than 60 years and included hundreds of screen appearances, including “The ‘Burbs,” “Fame” and "The Terminator.". Sesto, whose real name was Camilo Blanes Cortés, sold more than 100 million records worldwide over his 40-year career. Christian author Rachel Held Evans died May 4 after a brief illness. "Neal Casal's passing is not only a huge loss for our music community, but for the world as a whole.

His family, friends and fans will always remember him for the light that he brought to the world.

Among other things, the Mexican actress starred in “Corazón salvaje,” “Palabra de mujer” and “Mujer de madera.”, Rodrigo Varela, WireImage for People En Espanol. Innes wrote songs for the popular film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," appeared in "Monty Python’s Life of Brian" and toured the UK and Canada with the group.