3 Famous Celebrities Died Today 7th January 2023 / Stars Died Today / Actors Died Today / Sad News - Choice Diets

3 Famous Celebrities Died Today 7th January 2023 / Stars Died Today / Actors Died Today / Sad News

In this video, we pay tribute to famous celebrities and notable individuals who have passed away in recent days. 5 Famous people died today on 7th January 2023.

Actors Who Died Today “List”

Earl Boen,
Nate Colbert,
Michael Snow,
Walter Cunningham,
Alan Rankine

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1. Earl Boen, Age: 81 Earl Boen, a veteran character and voice actor
best known for his role as Dr. Peter Silberman In “The Terminator” movies, died on January
5, 2023 in Hawaii. He was 81. The actor was diagnosed with stage four lung
cancer in the fall of 2022. However, he racked up other film credits in
the '80s such as … "Battle Beyond the Stars," "The Man with Two Brains" and "Alien Nation." 2. Nate Colbert, Age: 76 Nate Colbert, an original member of the San
Diego Padres and the franchise's all-time Home run leader, has died on January 5, 2023
at the age of 76. A cause of death was not given. In a statement from the organization, Padres
Chairman Peter Seidler said, "We are deeply Saddened by the passing of Padres Hall of
Famer Nate Colbert. Our hearts go out to his wife, Kasey, and
the entire Colbert family at this very difficult Time." 3. Michael Snow, Age: 94 Michael Snow, a Canadian painter, jazz pianist,
photographer, sculptor and filmmaker best Known for “Wavelength” — a humble, relentless,
more or less continuous zoom shot that traverses A Lower Manhattan loft into a photograph pasted
on its far wall — died on January 5, 2023 Of natural causes in Toronto. He was 94. 4. Walter Cunningham, Age: 90 US astronaut Walter Cunningham, the last surviving
member of the first Nasa mission to ever broadcast Live TV from orbit, has died on January 3,
2023 at the age of 90 due to complications From a fall. Apollo 7 was an 11-day manned mission in 1968
that tested the ability to dock and rendezvous In space. But the crew also won an Emmy for their broadcast. 5. Alan Rankine, Age: 64

Alan Rankine was a Scottish musician and record
producer best known as keyboardist and guitarist For rock band the Associates, which he co-founded
with lead vocalist Billy Mackenzie in the Late 1970s, has died on January 3, 2023 aged
64. The news was confirmed by Rankine’s sons
Callum and Hamish. Cause of death was not given.

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