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    40. Carl Reiner

    98 today!
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    35. Alex Trebek

    The appearance he's missing out on is considered as somewhat of a "Lifetime Achievement Award", so it's pretty significant that he won't be there.
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    35. Alex Trebek

    Spotted taking out the trash. https://www.closerweekly.com/posts/alex-trebek-on-rare-outing-takes-garbage-out-amid-cancer-battle/
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    Most Significant Death Of Each Month

    On a personal level, Terry Jones, but Kobe Bryant is definitely the most significant. Honestly, it's safe to say that in America, he'll probably be the biggest death (or one of the biggest deaths) of the year. It seems too early to say that, but my fellow Americans are already comparing Kobe's death to the death of someone like Michael Jackson.
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    Kobe Bryant

    TMZ is now reporting that his daughter, Gigi, also died in the crash at just 13 years old. https://www.tmz.com/2020/01/26/kobe-bryant-killed-dead-helicopter-crash-in-calabasas/
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    13. Betty White

    98 today! Only 2 more years until she turns 100!
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    26. Genesis P-Orridge

    As a fellow non-Brit, this is one of the reasons why I like going to Deathlist. It introduces me to so many people I would've never heard of otherwise.
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    Most Significant Death Of Each Month

    January: Carol Channing February: Karl Lagerfeld March: Luke Perry April: John Singleton May: Doris Day June: Gloria Vanderbilt July: Ross Perot August: Valerie Harper September: Ric Ocasek October: Diahann Carroll November: Clive James December: Caroll Spinney
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    Predict The Biggest Death Of Each Year of the next decade

    2020: Prince Phillip 2021: Betty White 2022: Jimmy Carter 2023: Queen Elizabeth II 2024: Sidney Poitier 2025: Clint Eastwood 2026: Keith Richards 2027: Brigitte Bardot 2028: Julie Andrews 2029: Jack Nicholson
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    Rag Traders

    Emanuel Ungaro, a French fashion designer whose brand was taken over by many people after his retirement, most notably Lindsay Lohan, dead at 86. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-50886433
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    The 14th death of 2019

    I have a feeling that's it for the 2010's, and that 2020 will be Prince Philip's year to go.
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    Big Yellow Bird

    I'm happy that before he passed, he was able to see the 50th anniversary of Sesame Street. RIP
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    Peter Frampton

    Opens up about his final tour and his battle with inclusion body myositis in new interview. https://people.com/music/peter-frampton-last-tour-inclusion-body-myositis-interview/
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    8. Jimmy Carter

    Making his first Sunday School appearance since he was hospitalized for his fall, he states that he's "at ease" with death. https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/03/politics/jimmy-carter-at-ease-with-death-prayer-service/index.html
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    35. Alex Trebek

    Does a PSA to raise awareness about pancreatic cancer. https://people.com/tv/alex-trebek-psa-pancreatic-cancer-awareness-day/
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