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55 minutes ago, drol said:

Tasha Butts, former basketball player now coach, dead at 41.

You know, out of these, I would have guessed she'd last the longest.

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When Barbara Babcock was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2004, she was given 8-10 years to live.

 

Likely to get a BBC Obit for her role on Hill Street Blues (for which she won an Emmy), she would be a wise pick for 2024.

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Joe Tracini (son of Joe Pasquale) and is an actor from Hollyoaks (and various theatre credits), has said on social media how unwell he's feeling. He's got history of addiction issues along with Borderline Personality Disorder:

 

 

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Erik Jensen, of Walking Dead fame, has colorectal cancer:

https://tvline.com/news/walking-dead-erik-jensen-cancer-diagnosis-season-5-dr-steven-edwards-go-fund-me-1235065284/

 

He's still filming and seems to be doing alright, but also had a brain aneurysm last year. Sounds very 50:50 to me.

 

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On 19/10/2023 at 11:32, The Daredevil said:

Jamie Farr has been active on Cameo until this week, as of now he is "temporarily" unavailable...

 

Health related?

Probably moved on to OnlyFans...

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Michael Buffer looking like absolute shit during the Fury/Ngannou intros. 

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25 minutes ago, Spade_Cooley said:

Michael Buffer looking like absolute shit during the Fury/Ngannou intros. 

just found out he’s 78…

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Donald P. Bellisario, producer of Magnum P.I., Airwolf and JAG.

 

Will be facing that dangerous age of 89 in 2024, and has been suffering from a life-threatening brain condition, hydrocephalus ("water on the brain"), since 2012, which has caused him extensive memory loss, disorientation, unsteadiness and lack of coordination.

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With 2 months left in the year, here's another hypothetical 2024 list of mine:

 

1. Jimmy Carter (100, Ex US President, 6)

2. Henry Kissinger (101, Diplomat, 2)

3. David Graham (99, Actor, NEW)

4. Glynis Johns (101, Actress, NEW)

5. Nigel Starmer-Smith (80, Rugby Commentator, 5)

6. William Russell (100, Actor, NEW)

7. Jacques Delors (99, French Politician, 11)

8. Alan Greenspan (98, Economist, 4)

9. Mel Brooks (98, Comedian/Director, 10)

10. Rosalynn Carter (97, Ex-FLOTUS, 15)

11. Joanne Woodward (94, Actress, 17)

12. Eva Marie Saint (100, Actress, NEW)

13. Joss Ackland (96, Actor, 21)

14. Stanley Baxter (98, Comedian, 20)

15. Shannen Doherty (53, 90210 Actor, -)

16. Norman Lear (102, TV Producer, 28)

17. Ethel Kennedy (96, Kennedy Family, 18)

18. Sidney Cooke (97, Pedophile/Possible serial killer, NEW)

19. Pete Murray (99, British radio presenter, 36)

20. Roberta Flack (87, Singer, NEW)

21. Jean-Marie Le Pen (96, French Neo-Nazi, 22)

22. James Whale (73, Broadcaster, -)

23. Cleo Laine (97, Jazz Singer, 24)

24. Sandy Gall (97, TV news reporter, 16)

25. Esther Rantzen (84, TV presenter, NEW)

26. Linda Nolan (65, Nolan Sister, 47)

27. David Attenborough (98, Broadcaster and Natural Historian, -)

28. Douglas Hurd (94, Politician, -)

29. Dick Van Dyke (99, Actor, 1)

30. Tom Lehrer (96, Comedic singer, NEW)

31. Desmond Morris (96, Zoologist, 19)

32. Norman Tebbit (93, Politician, 14)

33. Bob Newhart (95, Comedian, 37)

34. Vanessa Redgrave (87, Actress, -)

35. Shane MacGowan (67, Pogue, 50)

36. Noam Chomsky (96, Intellectual, -)

37. Patricia Routledge (95, Actress, NEW)

38. Bruce Willis (69, Actor, NEW)

39. Dennis Skinner (92, Politician, 41)

40. Gene Hackman (94, Actor, NEW)

41. Imelda Marcos (95, Former First Lady of the Philippines, 33)

42. James Earl Jones (93, Vader's Voice, NEW)

43. Franz Beckenbauer (79, Footballer, NEW)

44. Raul Castro (93, Former Cuban Leader, -)

45. Rex Williams (91, Snooker player, -)

46. Yoko Ono (91, Mrs Lennon, 27)

47. Michael Aspel (91, Presenter, NEW)

48. Sophia Loren (90, Actress, NEW)

49. Rupert Murdoch (93, News Exec, NEW)

50. Clint Eastwood (94, Dirty Harry, NEW)

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On 05/10/2023 at 21:54, Steve said:

Well I'm almost certain things will have changed by time we get to 1st January 2024 but if it doesn't this is what my shadow death list could look like:                                                                                                                                1) Jimmy Carter, 2) Frank Field, 3) Henry Kissinger, 4) Nigel Starmer-Smith, 5) Ted Turner, 6) Glynis Johns, 7) Joanne Woodward, 8) Vera Miles, 9) Jacques Delors, 10) Sandy Gall, 11) Stanley Baxter, 12) Rosalynn Carter, 13) Esther Rantzen, 14) Norman Tebbit, 15) Bobby Charlton, 16) Franz Beckenbauer, 17) Linda Ronstadt, 18) Julie Goodyear, 19) Grace Slick, 20) Dickie Bird, 21) Michael Schumacher, 22) Celine Dion, 23) Bruce Willis, 24) Michael Caine, 25) Rob Burrow, 26) Joss Ackland, 27) Kenneth Cope, 28) Phil Collins, 29) Tim Curry, 30) Joan Plowright, 31) Cindy Birdsong, 32) Carroll Baker, 33) Geoffrey Boycott, 34) Paul Hogan, 35) Ricky Tomlinson, 36) Sonny Rollins, 37) Ethel Kennedy, 38) Linda Nolan, 39) James Whale, 40) William Russell, 41) Ray Anthony, 42) June Spencer, 43) Petula Clark, 44) Brian Blessed, 45) Michael Aspel, 46) Donald Sutherland, 47) Bill Oddie, 48) Vladimir Putin, 49) Shane MacGowan, 50) George Soros

As previously stated in my post on 22nd October I will replace Sir Bobby Charlton with possibly Sandra Day O'Connor and based on recent pics I will replace Celine Dion in position 22 with Vanessa Redgrave. 

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On 17/10/2023 at 09:19, Dead Wait said:

I don’t really believe he is a 2024 possibility but he doesn’t have his own thread and I simply wanted to highlight that……

 

Richard Curtis has married his partner of 33 years. I’m always suspicious when this happens. He has also (in recent weeks) been expressing some regrets concerning his most popular films (fat jokes for example).

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-12631943/Richard-Curtis-Emma-Freud-MARRIED.html

Peter Mandelson also got married after being with his partner a long time recently but looks in good shape.

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Is it me or are there relatively few names whose health has declined a lot this year moving them on to list/Drop 40 contention when they were not before. 
 

I can think of Esther Rantzen,  Julie Goodyear, Noddy Holder and Sam Neil. Bruce Willis will make the Drop 40 I suspect but not sure about the list. 
 

Theo Burrell one for the DDP only. 
 

Feels too early for Ken Livingstone and Alastair Stewart. George Lazenby looks rough but I’m not sure if he is ill.

 

I think personally the list should take a punt on Julie Walters.

 

Feels like Michael Caine and Rupert Murdoch might (and maybe Should) be on it as well. Liza Minnelli should return as well. 

 

The Unicerf adverts have been on today hosted by Martin Bell and he looks rough. 

 

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Brian Johnson aka Liver King

 

A "Fitness" Influencer with 5 million youtube followers. Dude goes on and off steroids,and encourages people to eat raw meat.  Seems highly probable the dude's heart gives out sometime this decade

 

 

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On 02/11/2023 at 12:36, The Old Crem said:

Is it me or are there relatively few names whose health has declined a lot this year moving them on to list/Drop 40 contention when they were not before. 
 

I can think of Esther Rantzen,  Julie Goodyear, Noddy Holder and Sam Neil. Bruce Willis will make the Drop 40 I suspect but not sure about the list. 
 

Theo Burrell one for the DDP only. 
 

Feels too early for Ken Livingstone and Alastair Stewart. George Lazenby looks rough but I’m not sure if he is ill.

 

I think personally the list should take a punt on Julie Walters.

 

Feels like Michael Caine and Rupert Murdoch might (and maybe Should) be on it as well. Liza Minnelli should return as well. 

 

The Unicerf adverts have been on today hosted by Martin Bell and he looks rough. 

 

Was thinking the same thing.Rantzen and Goodyear and Willis seem nailed on.Can see Michael Caine and Rupert Murdoch making it on both lists. Clint Eastwood has a good chance of making it onto both as well.Can see Toby Keith getting on the Drop 40 too.

 

Can see Sophia Loren and Brigette Bardot getting on the Drop 40 and Deathlist also.

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Seriously put Brigitte Bardot (and also Alain Delon if you want to) and Sophia Loren into the deathlist, All had health issues these past years, and also Michael Caine and Vanessa Redgrave. David Attenborough needs to come back in the DL, he will turn 98 next year. And for Bruce Willis, it doesn't looking good for him, keep him in mind.

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On 31/12/2022 at 22:34, ImissMontpellier said:

I would not be shocked if they die in 2023 or 2024:

 

Genevieve de Fontenay 

Alexandre Arcady

Robert Duvall 

Robert Badinter

Jacques Delord

 

Genevieve has passed at 90 in August these year.

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12 minutes ago, La Tombe said:

Seriously put Brigitte Bardot (and also Alain Delon if you want to) and Sophia Loren into the deathlist, All had health issues these past years, and also Michael Caine and Vanessa Redgrave. David Attenborough needs to come back in the DL, he will turn 98 next year. And for Bruce Willis, it doesn't looking good for him, keep him in mind.

And Bernadette Chirac ? :wub:

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2 minutes ago, Lafaucheuse said:

And Bernadette Chirac ? :wub:

Yes put her in too.

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Sam Bankman-Fried has been found guilty on all accounts and could face up to 110 years.

I'm also thinking of his parents who assisted him every step of the way. They are notable academics with their own Wikipedia pages and really some kind of liberal caricature. I'm kind of getting some Madoff family vibes.

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14 hours ago, Sean said:

Was thinking the same thing.Rantzen and Goodyear and Willis seem nailed on.Can see Michael Caine and Rupert Murdoch making it on both lists. Clint Eastwood has a good chance of making it onto both as well.Can see Toby Keith getting on the Drop 40 too.

 

Can see Sophia Loren and Brigette Bardot getting on the Drop 40 and Deathlist

 

Patrick Murray, Roberta Flack and Sam Neill should make DL24 imo. I've no truck for "he's not famous enough" arguments over a famous face from Britain's most loved sitcom. The Cmme picked Genesis Porridge and Bill Gates dad, there is no fame bar, just who the Cmme feel like picking. 

 

Esther Rantzen should probably make it too, just because you'd want to have her when she goes. (This message is from the non-fans of Esther Rantzen.)

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I think Chabelo should have been included in this year's list, I propose Clint Eastwood for 2024

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Denis Law will 100% return to the DL in 2024, for the following reasons

 

1. The death of Bobby Charlton calls for another footballer candidate

2. He is the only survivor of the United Trinity, and the Committee don't like missing big footballer names

3. He has been suffering from Alzheimer's and vascular dementia since 2021

4. He is one of the only candidates dropped from the 2022 DL, still alive.

 

American actor Ryan O'Neal should also be seriously considered for the 2024 DL, given his prior run-ins with leukemia and prostate cancer, but of course less likely to be chosen by the committee.

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Hopefully next year they actually put Nobel Prize winner Robert Solow on, since he'll be turning 100 in August.

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3 minutes ago, Lewd_Squirrel said:

Hopefully next year they actually put Nobel Prize winner Robert Solow on, since he'll be turning 100 in August.

But does he qualify in the UK?

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