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SAG Awards In Memoriam: Which famous actors and actresses were left out of the segment?

One of the saddest and most important segments of the SAG Awards each year is the In Memoriam segment. For the 2019 event, it turns out to be even sadder for family members of certain long-time members of the Screen Actors Guild. Which actors and actresses were not even featured in this portion of the program on Sunday night? Check out this list below:

Marty Allen (actor)

Charles Aznavour (actor)

Kaye Ballard (actor)

Dushon Monique Brown (actor)

Joseph Campanella (actor)

Roy Clark (actor/singer)

Vic Damone (actor/singer)

Daryl Dragon (host/musician)

Louise Latham (actor)

Robin Leach (host)

Stan Lee (executive/host)

Katherine MacGregor (actor)

Robert Mandan (actor)

Peggy McKay (actor)

Tim O’Connor (actor)

Roger Perry (actor)

Douglas Rain (actor)

Ken Swofford (actor)

Clint Walker (actor)

Nancy Wilson (actor/singer)

Louis Zorich (actor)

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For the ceremony hosted by
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SAG Awards 2019: In Memoriam segment will honor Penny Marshall, Burt Reynolds, Aretha Franklin and which 50 others?

SAG Awards 2019: In Memoriam segment will honor Penny Marshall, Burt Reynolds, Aretha Franklin and which 50 others?
Sunday’s telecast of the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards will feature a special In Memoriam segment devoted to many of the actors and actresses who have died since last year’s ceremony in late January. Sure to be among those saluted include actress and director Penny Marshall, Oscar nominee and Emmy winner Burt Reynolds and Grammy winner Aretha Franklin. Visit our own Gold Derby memoriam galleries for the year of 2018 and the newly-started gallery for 2019.

The 25th annual ceremony will be hosted by past winner Megan Mullally (“Will and Grace”) for TNT and TBS on Sunday, January 27, at 8:00 p.m. Et; 5:00 p.m. Pt. Tom Hanks will be presenting the SAG life achievement award to Alan Alda.

SEE2019 SAG Awards nominations: Full list of Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees

Over 100 people in SAG/AFTRA have passed away in the past 12 months. Which of the following 50 names will also
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In Memoriam: Movie, TV and Music Stars We Lost in 2018

  • Variety
In Memoriam: Movie, TV and Music Stars We Lost in 2018
Every year, the Oscars, Emmys and Grammys must choose which notable performers and creators to memorialize in their In Memoriam segments, and the three organizations will have many talented entertainers to remember at 2019’s ceremonies.

The past year saw the loss of celebrated stars of the big screen, such “Smokey and the Bandit” star Burt Reynolds, who died Sept. 6. Reynolds, who was 82, earned an Oscar nom for “Boogie Nights” and also appeared on television in “Evening Shade.”

Among the other notable movie performers lost this year were “Superman” and “Smallville” actress Margot Kidder, who died May 13; “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter” star Sondra Locke, who was also a film director and died Nov. 3; and Susan Anspach, who starred in “Five Easy Pieces” and “Blume in Love” and died April 2.

Several stars known for their work in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s passed away in 2018, including Dorothy Malone, who starred
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Emmys In Memoriam: Fond Farewell To Late-Great Stars & Industry Vets

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Emmys In Memoriam: Fond Farewell To Late-Great Stars & Industry Vets
The Emmys paid their final respects tonight to dozens of industry notables who died over the past year, including 10-time Emmy-winning writer-producer Steven Bochco, who employed half the town on such shows as Hill Street Blues, La Law and NYPD Blue; five-time Emmy-winner Anthony Bourdain, whose suicide shocked his friends and fans; and three-time winning actress and humanitarian Nanette Fabray. Sen. John McCain also was honored, as was Neil Simon and Aretha Franklin, whose moving rendition of “Amazing Grace” was played throughout.

Presented by Tina Fey, the In Memoriam portion of the show also paid tribute to dozens of actors including Burt Reynolds, Rose Marie, Jim Nabors, Della Reese, Jerry Van Dyke, Charlotte Rae, Bill Daily and David Cassidy. Emmy-winning actors Robert Guillaume, Reg E. Cathey and Olivia Cole also were honored.

David Ogden Stiers, who was nominated for three Emmys – twice for his role as Major Charles Emerson Winchester
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Emmys 2018: In Memoriam remembers Anthony Bourdain, Burt Reynolds but who was left out?

Emmys 2018: In Memoriam remembers Anthony Bourdain, Burt Reynolds but who was left out?
The special “In Memoriam” segment on the 2018 Emmy Awards ceremony was tearful as beloved television legends Steven Bochco, Anthony Bourdain, Robert Guillaume, Monty Hall, John Mahoney, Jim Nabors, Charlotte Rae, Burt Reynolds, Neil Simon and Craig Zadan were part of the annual tribute.

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But who was missing from the memoriam this time? Some of those surprising omissions included:

Marty Allen (actor/comedian)

Peter Baldwin (director)

Brent Briscoe (actor)

Dushon Monique Brown (actor)

Frank Buxton (writer/director)

Joseph Campanella (actor)

Olivia Cole (actor)

Vic Damone (actor/singer)

Bradford Dillman (actor)

Roy Dotrice (actor)

John Dunsworth (actor)

Harlan Ellison (writer)

Nanette Fabray (actor)

Dominic Frontiere (composer)

Michael Gershman (cinematographer)

Billy Graham (host)

Vanessa Greene (producer)

Doug Grindstaff (sound editor)

John Hillerman (actor)

Rance Howard (actor)

Tab Hunter (actor)

Earle Hyman (actor)

Anne Jeffreys (actor)

Margot Kidder (actor)

Louise Latham
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Robin Leach, Host of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, Dead at 76

Robin Leach, the host of the syndicated celebrity profile show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, has died, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, where Leach worked, first reported. He was 76. He had reportedly been hospitalized since November after suffering a stroke.

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Robin Leach, ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Host, Dead at 76

Robin Leach, ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Host, Dead at 76
Robin Leach, the entertainment reporter best known for showcasing celebrities’ extravagant wealth on Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, died Thursday at age 76. The journalist, who was under hospice care at the time of his death, had been hospitalized since November 21st after a stroke, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

John Katsilometes, Leach’s fellow columnist at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, broke the news on Twitter. “Sad to report the death of famed celeb reporter, friend and colleague #RobinLeach @ 1:50 a.m. in #LasVegas,” he wrote. “He would have been 77 Wednesday.
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Robin Leach, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Host, Dead at 76

Robin Leach, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Host, Dead at 76
Entertainment reporter Robin Leach, best known for hosting the docuseries Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, died Friday of a stroke. He was 76.

The TV personality had suffered a first stroke in November 2017, which kept him hospitalized until his death.

Leach’s family issued the following statement via the Las Vegas Review-Journal, where he worked as a celebrity columnist:

Despite the past 10 months, what a beautiful life he had. Our dad, grandpa, brother, uncle and friend Robin Leach passed away peacefully last night at 1:50 a.m. Everyone’s support and love over the past, almost one year, has been
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Robin Leach Dies: ‘Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous’ Host Was 76

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Robin Leach Dies: ‘Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous’ Host Was 76
Robin Leach, the entertainment journalist and host whose syndicated TV series Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous hit smack-dab in the zeitgeist of the “greed is good” era during its heyday in the 1980s and early ’90s, has died. He was 76.

Leach most recently had been working as a columnist at the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The newspaper relayed the news this morning that Leach passed away overnight in Las Vegas. He had been hospitalized since November 21 after suffering a stroke. He had a second stroke Monday and had been in hospice care.

“Despite the past 10 months, what a beautiful life he had,” Leach’s family said on Twitter this morning. “Our Dad, Grandpa, Brother, Uncle and friend Robin Leach passed away peacefully last night at 1:50 a.m. Everyone’s support and love over the past, almost one year, has been incredible and we are so grateful. Memorial arrangements to follow.
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Robin Leach, ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Host, Dies at 76

  • Variety
Robin Leach, ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ Host, Dies at 76
Robin Leach, best known for hosting the hit TV series “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” died on Friday morning in Las Vegas, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He was 76.

The journalist had reportedly been hospitalized since Nov. 21 following a stroke.

“Sad to report the death of famed celeb reporter, friend and colleague #RobinLeach @ 1:50 a.m. in #LasVegas,” tweeted John Katsilometes, a columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, where Leach worked. “He would have been 77 Wednesday. He suffered a second stroke Monday. He in hospice care. He’d been hospitalized since Nov. 21, after suffering a stroke in Cabo San Lucas.”

Sad to report the death of famed celeb reporter, friend and colleague #RobinLeach @ 1:50 a.m. in #LasVegas. He would have been 77 Wednesday. He suffered a second stroke Monday. He in hospice care. He'd been hospitalized since Nov. 21, after suffering a stroke in Cabo San Lucas.

— John Katsilometes
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'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous' Host Robin Leach Dies at 76

  • TMZ
'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous' Host Robin Leach Dies at 76
"Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" host Robin Leach has died at the age of 76. Leach had been hospitalized since November after suffering a stroke while in Cabo San Lucas, and passed away Friday morning in Vegas ... according to his colleague John Katsilometes at the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Katsilometes revealed before his death, Leach was in hospice care after suffering a second stroke on Monday. A family from his statement said, "Despite the past 10 months,
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'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous' Host Robin Leach Dies at 76

  • TMZ
'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous' Host Robin Leach Dies at 76
"Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" host Robin Leach has died at the age of 76. Leach had been hospitalized since November after suffering a stroke while in Cabo San Lucas and passed away Friday morning in Vegas ... according to his colleague John Katsilometes at The Las Vegas Review Journal. Katisilometes revealed before his death, Leach was in hospice care after suffering a second stroke on Monday. A family from his statement said, "Despite the past 10 months,
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Robin Leach, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Host, Dead at 76

Robin Leach, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Host, Dead at 76
Robin Leach, the entertainment journalist best known for his work on the television series Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, died Thursday. He had been hospitalized since Nov. 21 after suffering a stroke in Mexico, per the Las Vegas Review-Journal, where he had been a columnist. Leach's colleague, John Katsilometes, tweeted he had "suffered a second stroke Monday." On Friday morning, Leach's family issued a statement confirming his passing. "Despite the past 10 months, what a beautiful life he had. Our dad, grandpa, brother, uncle and friend Robin Leach passed away peacefully last night at 1:50 a.m.," the family said, in part. "Everyone's support and love over the past, almost one...
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Robin Leach, Host of ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,’ Dies at 76

  • The Wrap
Robin Leach, Host of ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,’ Dies at 76
Robin Leach, once host of “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” has died, TheWrap has confirmed. He was 76.

“Despite the past 10 months, what a beautiful life he had. Our Dad, Grandpa, Brother, Uncle and friend Robin Leach passed away peacefully last night at 1:50 a.m. Everyone’s support and love over the past, almost one year, has been incredible and we are so grateful. Memorial arrangements to follow,” Leach’s son Steven said in a statement, also attributed to Robin’s sons Gregg and Rick Leach, published by the Las Vegas Review-Journal Friday.

“Sad to report the death of famed celeb reporter, friend and colleague #RobinLeach @ 1:50 a.m. in #LasVegas. He would have been 77 Wednesday. He suffered a second stroke Monday. He [died] in hospice care. He’d been hospitalized since Nov. 21, after suffering a stroke in Cabo San Lucas,” columnist John Katsilometes wrote on Twitter.

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Macklemore Says He Keeps His Nude Painting of Justin Bieber in His Bedroom: ‘I’m Very Proud of It’

Macklemore Says He Keeps His Nude Painting of Justin Bieber in His Bedroom: ‘I’m Very Proud of It’
What a compliment?

Macklemore visited Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on Thursday and was, of course, asked about his iconic, albeit disturbing, painting of a nude Justin Bieber with pancakes balancing on his privates.

A fan asked if the 34-year-old “Corner Store” rapper had ever spoken to the 23-year-old pop star about his bizarre fan art. “Not about the painting, no,” Macklemore admitted.

The erotic artwork was first acknowledged in a Rolling Stone feature about Macklemore in early 2016. After word of the painting surfaced, several sites tracked down the image.
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Britney Spears Is Painting Again After Selling Her Last Artwork for $10,000

Britney Spears Is Painting Again After Selling Her Last Artwork for $10,000
Britney Spears has found a new medium to express herself.

The pop star, 35, shared a video montage of herself and her two young sons, Sean, 12, and Jayden, 11, painting on Thursday while Lenny Kravitz’s “Let Love Rule” played.

“We’re getting creative at our house lately… ,” Spears wrote in the caption.

The star has been getting creative on canvas a lot recently. In October, she shared a video of herself creative another masterpiece.

“Sometimes you just gotta play!!!!!!” she captioned the video.

That piece went up for sale at a charity auction held in early November at Las Vegas’ Venetian Hotel.
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Britney Spears Sells A Painting For $10,000 To Raise Money For Las Vegas Massacre Memorial

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Britney Spears has given her paintings a purpose. The 35-year-old singer, who recently showed off her artistic skills on Instagram, sold a painting she created to Lifestyles of the Rich and Famoushost Robin Leach for $10,000 at a charity auction at Las Vegas’ Venetian Hotel on Monday for Vegas Cares, which is raising money to commission an art […]
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Britney Spears Sells a Painting for $10,000 to Raise Money for Las Vegas Massacre Memorial

Britney Spears Sells a Painting for $10,000 to Raise Money for Las Vegas Massacre Memorial
Britney Spears has given her paintings a purpose.

The 35-year-old singer, who recently showed off her artistic skills on Instagram, sold a painting she created to Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous host Robin Leach for $10,000 at a charity auction at Las Vegas’ Venetian Hotel on Monday for Vegas Cares, which is raising money to commission an art piece in memory of the victims of last month's tragic domestic terror attack in the Nevada city.

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"I'm so proud to call Vegas my second home and I'm pleased to participate in this Vegas Cares show," Spears said in a video message, Vegas' Wkla reports. "The flowers in my painting represent a new beginning, and it's in that spirit that we move forward. All the proceeds from the winning bid go to Vegas Cares Memorial Fund. I appreciate your kindness and your generosity. I love you, Vegas
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