In Memoriam: 25 Icons we lost in 2018 #2018YearInReview #InMemoriam
In Memoriam 2018: Icons we lost in the year that past. Music, Films, Politics and Sports #InMemoriam.
Every year that ends leave us reflecting, and trying to somehow honor those icons that left us. In this case, there were many icons that went to heaven to become stars that guide us and light the night.
They will be surely remembered.
In this video we want to say our goodbyes to those who left a big mark on popular culture, whether from sports, music, film, science, politics or television.
May they rest in peace.
In Memoriam 2018: 25 Icons we lost in the year that past.
Jerry Van Dyke, 86, American actor and comedian
Ray Thomas, 76, English singer-songwriter The Moody Blues
Dolores O'Riordan, 46, Irish musician The Cranberries
Jo Jo White, 71, American basketball player
Naomi Parker aka Rosie the Riveter, 96, Feminist icon
John Mahoney, 77, English-American actor
Stephen Hawking, 76, Scientist and Cultural Icon
Frank Avruch, 89, American television personality (Bozo the Clown)
Hubert de Givenchy, 91, Fashion Icon designer
Harry Anderson, 65, American Actor (Night Court)
Winnie Mandela, 81, South African Politican and activist
Tim Bergling "Avicii", 28, Electronic Music Producer
Verne Troyer, 49, American actor (Austin Powers)
Margot Kidder, 69, American Actress (Lois Lane in Superman)
Anthony Bourdain, 61, American chef, author and television host
Aretha Franklin, 76, American Hall of Fame singer ("Respect", "A Natural Woman"), 18-time Grammy winner
Charlotte Rae, 92, American Actress (Diff´rent Strokes, The Facts of Life)
Neil Simon, 91, American playwright
Burt Reynolds, 82, American actor (Smokey and the Bandit, Boogie Nights, Deliverance)
Charles Aznavour, 94, French-Armenian singer ("La Bohème", "She"), lyricist and actor (Shoot the Piano Player)
Montserrat Caballé, 85, Spanish opera singer,
Stan Lee, 95, American comic book writer and publisher (Marvel Comics)
Bernardo Bertolucci, 77, Italian film director (Last Tango in Paris, The Last Emperor, 1900), Oscar winner (1988),
George HW Bush, 94, 41st President of the United States
Penny Marshall, 75, American actress (Laverne & Shirley) and director (Big, A League of Their Own)
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