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In this video, we pay tribute to famous celebrities and notable individuals who have passed away in recent days. Big Stars Died Today 16th March 2023.
Actors Who Died Today “List”
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1. Bobby Caldwell, Age: 71 Bobby Caldwell, a soulful R&B singer and songwriter
who had a major hit in 1978 with “What You Won’t Do for Love” and a voice and musical
style adored by generations of his fellow Artists, has died on March 14. His wife, Mary Caldwell told The Associated
Press that he died in her arms at their home In Great Meadows, New Jersey, on Tuesday,
after a long illness. He was 71. 2. Costa Titch, Age: 28 South African rapper Costa Titch, died over
the weekend after collapsing onstage during A music festival performance in Johannesburg. He was only 28. His team and emergency responders attempted
to resuscitate him, but they were unable to Save him. His cause of death was not disclosed. Costa was best known for his hit "Big Flexa,"
which has 45 million views on YouTube and Featured Akon on the remix. 3. Jim Gordon, Age: 77 Jim Gordon — the Grammy-winning rock drummer
for Eric Clapton and George Harrison — who Was convicted of killing his mother in 1983
while suffering from schizophrenia, has died On March 13. He was 77. His publicist, Bob Merlis, confirmed to The
Post on Wednesday that Gordon died Monday At the California Medical Facility in Vacaville
of natural causes “after a long incarceration And lifelong battle with mental illness.” 4. Joe Pepitone, Age: 82 Joe Pepitone was a legendary baseball player
and a prominent figure in the world of sports. He who won three Gold Gloves at first base
and played in two World Series for the Yankees But who may be best remembered for his hair
and his high jinks, has died on March 13 after Heart attack at his home in Kansas City. He was 82.
5. Dick Fosbury, Age: 76 Dick Fosbury, who won the 1968 Olympic high
jump title using a new, back-first high jump Technique known as the Fosbury Flop, died
on March 12 at age 76. Fosbury died peacefully after a recurrence
with lymphoma. Fosbury was first diagnosed with cancer in
2008. Fosbury’s gold and his contribution to the
sport also earned him a spot in the National Track and Field Hall of Fame.