Nominated for an Academy Award for her role in Michael Haneke’s “Amour” and beloved to cinephiles for her performance in “Hiroshima mon amour,” the French luminary passed away on January 27 at 89. Read our full obituary.
The revered actor known for his roles in such films as “The Elephant Man,” “Alien,” and “Nineteen Eighty-Four,” among many others, died on January 27. He was 77. Read our full obituary.
The actor, a favorite of James Cameron who appeared in “Aliens,” “Tombstone,” “Titanic,” and “Big Love,” among many others, died on February 25 at 61. Read our full obituary.
Fingleton was best known for playing Mag the Mighty on “Game of Thrones.” The 36-year-old died of heart failure on February 25.
Romero, who innovated the zombie genre as we know it, died of cancer at 77 on July 16. Read our full obituary.
Landau, an Academy Award winner who brought his one-of-a-kind talents to Hollywood for more than 60 years, died at 89 on July 15. Read our full obituary.
Known for his roles in “Home Alone,” “The Sopranos,” and “Cutter’s Way,” Heard died at 71 on July 22. Read our full obituary.
Not only an Oscar nominee but a Pulitzer Prize winner as well, Shepard was most familiar to cinephiles for his work in “Days of Heaven,” “The Right Stuff,” and “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” among many others. He died on July 27 at age 73. Read our full obituary.
An icon of the French New Wave who graced the films of Louis Malle, François Truffaut, Orson Welles, Jacuqes Demy, Luis Buñuel, John Frankenheimer, and many more with her presence, Moreau died on July 31 at 89.