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In this video, we pay tribute to famous celebrities and notable individuals who have passed away in recent days. 5 famous American Stars Died This Week February 2023.
Actors Who Died Today “List”
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1. Richard Belzer, Age: 78 Richard Belzer, who became one of American
television’s most enduring police detectives As John Munch on “Law & Order: Special Victims
Unit” and several other shows, died on February 19 from complications of unspecified circulatory
and respiratory conditions. He was 78. Belzer portrayed Munch for 23 years, beginning
in 1993 and ending in 2016 when he retired From acting. He is survived by his third wife, actress
Harlee McBride, and two stepdaughters. 2. Jansen Panettiere, Age: 28 Jansen Panettiere, who appeared in “The
Walking Dead” and “Ice Age: The Meltdown” And was the brother of actor Hayden Panettiere,
died on February 19 in New York City. He was 28. The cause of his death has not been revealed. Jansen’s most recent credit was in the holiday
comedy-drama movie “Love and Love Not” In 2022. 3. Barbara Bosson, Age: 83 Barbara Bosson, an Emmy-nominated actor known
for her role as Fay Furillo on “Hill Street Blues,” died on February 18 in Los Angeles
at age 83. Bosson’s death was announced by her son,
director Jesse Bochco, on Instagram Monday. From 1981 to 1986, Bosson was a main cast
member on “Hill Street Blues,” portraying Fay Furillo, the ex-wife to police captain
Frank Furillo. She received five Emmy nominations for best
supporting actress in a drama series throughout Her tenure on the series. She was nominated in the same category in
1995 for “Murder One”. 4. Gerald Fried, Age: 95 Gerald Fried, the Oscar-nominated, oboe-playing
composer who created iconic gladiatorial fight Music for the original Star Trek series and
collaborated with Quincy Jones to win an Emmy For their theme to the landmark miniseries
Roots, has died on February 17 of pneumonia. He was 95. Fried scored five Emmy nominations and one
win, in 1977, for Outstanding Achievement
In Music Composition for a Series, for “Roots.” 5. Chuck Jackson, Age: 85 Chuck Jackson, former vocalist for The Del-Vikings
and singer of Burt Bacharach and Bob Hilliard’s “Any Day Now,” has died on Feb. 16 in
Atlanta at 85. No cause of death was given. The R&B singer, who made several notable hits
throughout the 1950s and ’60s. In 2015, Jackson was inducted into the R&B
Hall of Fame and the North Carolina Music Hall Of Fame.