Malone won an Oscar for her role in 1956’s “Written on the Wind” and, before dying on January 19 at 93 years old, was one of the last surviving stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Mahoney, who won a SAG Award and received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for his role on “Frasier,” died at age 77 on February 4. Read our full obituary.
Reg E. Cathey, an Emmy winner for his role on “House of Cards,” was also well known for his appearances on “The Wire.” He died at 59 on February 9. Read our full obituary.
A two-time Oscar nominee who won a Golden Globe for his “The Theory of Everything” score, Jóhannsson was a frequent collaborator of Denis Villeneuve’s. He died on February 9 at 48. Read our full obituary.
A two-time winner of the Academy Award for Best Director, Forman — whose celebrated career includes everything from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Amadeus” to “Man on the Moon” and “The People vs. Larry Flynt” — died at 86 on April 13. Read our full obituary.
Along with his brother Paolo, Taviani won the Palme d’Or, Golden Bear, and a Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. He died after a long illness at age 88 on April 15. Read our full obituary.
The actor, who stole every scene of “Full Metal Jacket” he was in, died from complications of pneumonia on April 15 at age 74. Read our full obituary.
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