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    Marc Almond

    I'm definitely betting on Mr Almond becoming wormfood, though it does seem to be another case of attempted queue-jumping by a fading celebrity
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    Christopher Reeve

    This is a bit weird, he was in a film called Grey Lady Down which was on TV yesterday afternoon. It also featured Charlton "Stiff" Heston and Stacey "Six Feet Under" Keach.
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    Vera Lynn

    Damm woman just keeps going. Wasn't she old even during WW2?
  4. Tony Benn if you want old politicians. Is Ted Heath still with us? Still on a political topic, Boris "p****d as a f**t" Yeltsin must be close to total liver collapse-induced death by now. Nelson Mandela has seen better days as well. Jimmy Carter is 79, his birthday is January 10th, will he survive to see his 80th?
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    Brian Clough

    RIP Brian. Perhaps Sir Bobby Robson could oblige us next, he's not got much else on these days
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    The Ramones ...

    The Ramones are bettering the Beatles now on deceased members. Mind at the age of 55 he could be accused a queue jumping a bit.
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    Dead Losses (2004)

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/t...dio/3646886.stm Pretty well-known jobbing actor, now with a new job involving a harp
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    George Best

    George was acting as a pundit on Sky earlier today. Looked disgustingly healthy unfortunately.
  9. Is Max Bygraves still with us? He was born in 1922, so must be due for a pair of wings and a harp. Others I'd like to see shuffling towards a place in the Choir Eternal. Clint Eastwood Prince Phillip George Bush Snr Dame Vera Lynn The two surviving Andrews Sisters Any surviving Beverley sisters
  10. Thank eferyone. I've been wondering about Dennis Norden. Has he figured here in any speculation about his time left? He's a favourite of mine to cash in his chips.
  11. Hi, this is my first post. I have been fascinated by celebrities for years and stumbling across the forum is the best thing in ages. My favourite tip for death is Sir John Mills, or SJM as we call him. He is well past his sell by date and taking up valuable oxygen IMO. I also fancy Fred Dibnah to pop off soon as well, and the Pope, well what can you say? If you are curious my name is a shortend version of I Kill You With Ninja

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