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Celebrity Deaths in Television

  • Robert Taylor (2014)

     Robert Taylor

    Robert Taylor, who served as the animator on Fritz the Cat, the first X-rated cartoon, and then directed and co-wrote its sequel, has died. He was 70. Taylor died Dec. 11 in Woodland Hills of complications from the lung disease COPD, his daughter-in-law, Sarah Kuchelmeister Taylor, an executive with Paramount Home Media Distribution, told The Hollywood Reporter. More information will be...

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  • Stephanie Moseley (2014)

    Stephanie Moseley

    Police are investigating rapper Earl Hayes, VH1 star Stephanie Moseley's deaths in apparent murder-suicide. More information will be posted as it comes available.

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  • Ken Weatherwax, 59 (1955 - 2014)

    Ken Weatherwax

    The Associated PressNEW YORK (AP) — Ken Weatherwax, who played the child character Pugsley on "The Addams Family" television series in the 1960s, has died. He was 59.Weatherwax died of a heart attack at his Box Canyon, California, home over the weekend, said Joey D. Vieira, his half brother. Weatherwax's body was found on Sunday.Pugsley, the son of Gomez and Morticia, was a member of the family...

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  • Glen A. Larson, 77 (1937 - 2014)

    Glen A. Larson

    GILLIAN FLACCUS, The Associated PressLOS ANGELES (AP) — Glen A. Larson, the writer and producer behind well-loved TV series such as the original "Battlestar Galactica," ''Knight Rider," ''Magnum, P.I." and "Quincy, M.E.," has died. He was 77.Larson died at the University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center on Friday night of complications from esophageal cancer, his son, James Larson,...

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  • Diem Brown (2014)

    Diem Brown

    The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Diem Brown has lost a long battle with cancer. The reality star and advocate for cancer survivors died Friday in a New York hospital, according to E! Network correspondent Alicia Quarles. She was 32. Brown first won fame nearly a decade ago as a competitor on MTV's "Real World/Road Rules Challenge." She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at age 23,...

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