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Famous Americans Who Died in the Last 3 days / DIE IN JANUARY 2023 / Notable Deaths / David Crosby

In this video, we pay tribute to famous celebrities and notable individuals who have passed away in recent days. 15 Big Celebrities died Last Week January 2023.

Actors Who Died Today “List”

Jerry Blavat,
David Crosby,
Jay Briscoe,
Lucile Randon,
Van Conner,
Chris Ford,
Lupe Serrano,
Robbie Bachman,
Arthur Duncan,
Charles White
and many more.

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1. Jerry Blavat, Age: 82 Jerry Blavat, the legendary disc jockey known
as “The Geator with the Heater” and “The Boss With the Hot Sauce” has died on January 20. He was 82. The cause of death was myasthenia gravis. His tireless promotion of pioneering Black
artists of the 1950s and 1960s shaped the Pop music culture of the city where he maintained
an iconic presence for seven decades. Mr. Blavat first came to fame as a dancer
on the teen-targeted pop music television Show Bandstand in the 1950s. He leaves behind four daughters, grandchildren,
great-grandchildren and his longtime partner Keely Stahl. 2. David Crosby, Age: 81 David Crosby, one of the most influential
singers and songwriters of the 1960s, has Died on January 18 at the age of 81. “It is with great sadness after a long illness,
that our beloved David Crosby has passed away,” His wife said in a statement. Crosby cofounded two iconic 1960s bands: The
Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Crosby was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall
of Fame twice, in 1991 and again in 1997. 3. Jay Briscoe, Age: 38 Jay Briscoe, a Ring of Honor wrestler, died
in a head-on car accident in Laurel, Delaware, On Jan. 17 that killed one other person, according
to Delaware State Police. He was 38. Briscoe, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was
driving a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 eastbound When the driver of a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado
1500 crossed the center line into Briscoe’s Lane, where they crashed. 4. Lucile Randon, Age: 118 The world’s oldest known person, French
nun Lucile Randon, has died on January 17 Aged 118. Randon, known as Sister André, was born in
southern France on 11 February 1904, when The first world war was still a decade away.

She died in her sleep at her nursing home
in Toulon. She worked as a governess and tutor before
entering a convent in 1944, aged 40. She had been in nursing homes since 1979 and
in the Toulon home since 2009. 5. Van Conner, Age: 55 Members of the American grunge band Screaming
Trees are mourning the loss of co-founder And bassist Van Conner, who died on January
17 at age 55. Gary Lee Conner announced his brother’s
death Wednesday on his Instagram and Facebook Accounts and said Van Conner died of “an
extended illness.” “It was pneumonia that got him in the end,”
Gary Lee wrote. “He was one of the closest friends I ever
had and I loved him immensely. I will miss him forever and ever and ever…” 6. Chris Ford, Age: 74 Chris Ford, a member of the Boston Celtics
1981 championship team, a longtime NBA coach And the player credited with scoring the league’s
first 3-point basket, has died on January 17 of Heart attack. He was 74. He is one of four former Celtics to have won
championships as both a player and coach, Joining Bill Russell, Tom Heinsohn and Jones. 7. Lupe Serrano, Age: 92 Lupe Serrano, was a Chilean-born, Mexican-trained
American ballet dancer and teacher. She spent most of her dance career at the
American Ballet Theatre, where she was the Troupe’s first Hispanic American principal
dancer, has died on January 16. The cause was complications of Alzheimer’s
disease, her son-in-law Robert Chasanoff said. Ms. Serrano joined American Ballet Theater
in 1953 and became the company’s first Hispanic Principal dancer. 8. Robbie Bachman, Age: 69 Robbie Bachman, the drummer for the Canadian
hard rock band Bachman-Turner Overdrive that Was known for such 1970s hits as “Takin’
Care of Business” and “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet,” has died at age 69. His death was announced on social media Thursday
by his brother and bandmate, Randy Bachman,

Who did not cite a cause. Robbie Bachman first worked with his older
brother Randy, a singer, songwriter and guitarist, In the group Brave Belt, which the elder Bachman
helped found in the early 1970s after leaving The top-selling act the Guess Who. 9. Arthur Duncan, Age: 97 Arthur Duncan, whose exuberant tap dancing
carried him from the streets of Pasadena to Betty White’s variety shows in the 1950s
as one of the first Black regulars performing On television, and then to “The Lawrence
Welk Show,” where he helped bring the art Form to millions of viewers for almost two
decades, died on Jan. 4 from complications Related to a stroke and pneumonia. He was 97. 10. Charles White, Age: 64 Charles White, a dynamic tailback for the
University of Southern California who set The school’s career record for rushing yardage
and won the 1979 Heisman Trophy, died on January 11 in Newport Beach, Calif. He was 64. Judianne White-Basch, his care manager and
former wife, said the cause of his death, At a hospital, was esophageal cancer. 11. Anton Walkes, Age: 25 Anton Walkes, a defender for Major League
Soccer team Charlotte FC, has died from injuries Suffered in a boating accident at age 25,
the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said in a statement. According to officials, Walkes was found unconscious
in the water after the crash. His fans and teammates hugged, wiping away
tears and mourning the loss of the 25-year-old. 12. Miiko Taka, Age: 97 Miiko Taka was an American actress, popular
for her film and TV roles from the late 1950s Until the early 1980s. Her best known role was as an elegant Japanese
dancer starring opposite Marlon Brando in The Korean War drama Sayonara, has died on
January 4. She was 97.

Details of her death were not available. 13. Lin Brehmer, Age: 68 Longtime Chicago radio host Lin Brehmer has
died on January 22 after a long battle with Cancer. He was 68. WXRT-FM 93.1., where Brehmer was a disc jockey
and hosted morning programs. Brehmer announced last summer that he was
taking a leave of absence from the station For treatment for prostate cancer. 14. Dorothy Tristan, Age: 88 Dorothy Tristan, an actress, known for her
roles in “Klute” and “Scarecrow,” And wife to film director John D. Hancock,
died Jan. 7 in La Porte, Ind. After a decade-long battle against Alzheimer’s
disease. She was 88 years old. Tristan made her film acting debut in 1970’s
X-rated “End of the Road” before appearing Alongside Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland
in the Oscar-nominated “Klute” the next Year. 15. Keith Beaton, Age: 72 Keith Beaton was a singer with the Philadelphia
soul group Blue Magic, known for hits including “Sideshow”, Died on January 13 at age
72. Beaton was a founding member of Shades of
Love, the group that became Blue Magic in 1972. Singing tenor, Baton contributed to hits including
their 1974 R&B Number 1 single “Sideshow,” Which also climbed to the Top 10 of the Billboard
Hot 100.

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