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In this video, we pay tribute to famous celebrities and notable individuals who have passed away in recent days. Celebrities Who Died Today 9th March 2023.
Actors Who Died Today “List”
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1. Chaim Topol, Age: 87 Chaim Topol, the Academy Award-nominated Israeli
actor and singer best known for his performance As Tevye the Milkman in Fiddler on the Roof,
has died on March 8 at the age of 87 after A years-long battle with Alzheimer's. Topol’s death was confirmed by Israel’s
president Isaac Herzog, who described him As a “gifted actor who conquered many stages
in Israel and overseas, filled the cinema Screens with his presence and especially entered
deep into our hearts.” 2. Gary Rossington, Age: 71 Guitarist Gary Rossington, the last remaining
original member of US rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, Has died on March 5 at the age of 71. One of the band's founding members, he appeared
on all of their albums and co-wrote the 1974 Hit Sweet Home Alabama. He was also one of the survivors of a 1977
plane crash that killed several of his bandmates. No cause of death was given, but Rossington
had heart surgery in 2021. 4. David Lindley, Age: 78 David Lindley, a multitalented guitarist who
was a fixture in Los Angeles recording studios During the 1970s and ’80s, died on March
3. He was 78. No cause of death was immediately given. The musician had been known to have been ailing
for some time. A family member posted late last year that
Lindley had been repeatedly hospitalized for Kidney issues, pneumonia and influenza. After founding the psychedelic folk-rock group
Kaleidoscope in 1966, Lindley supported many Of the biggest stars of the era, establishing
himself as a sought-after session musician Through his work with Jackson Browne. 5. Sara Lane, Age: 73 Sarah Lane, the former actor best known for
playing horse-loving teenager Elizabeth Grainger On the long-running western series “The
Virginian,” has died on March 3 after a Six-year battle with breast cancer. She was 73.
She made her “Virginian” debut as the
granddaughter of Charles Bickford’s John Grainger in the show’s fifth season and
appeared in more than 100 episodes of the Period drama. 6. Michael Rhodes, Age: 69 Bassist and session musician Michael Rhodes,
who was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2019, has died on March 4. He was 69. No cause of death has been specified. He went on to have a prolific career in session
work, playing on award-winning songs including Shawn Colvin’s “Sunny Came Home” (1996)
and Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance” (2000). 7. Ted Donaldson, Age: 89 Ted Donaldson was a child star of the 1940s
known for movies including “A Tree Grows In Brooklyn” and the Rusty series, Died
on march 1 of complications from a fall at Home at the age of 89. Donaldson began his acting career in December
1937 when he appeared in an NBC radio show.