Famous people' year death is 2021
  • Helen McCrory

    English actress who plays Narcissa Malfoy in the Harry Potter films. She also appeared in the 2011 film Hugo and the 2012 James Bond film Skyfall. In 2013, she began playing the character Polly Gray on the TV series Peaky Blinders.

    Helen McCrory (1968-2021)

  • Ronald Williams

    Comedy content creator on TikTok who rose to fame under the username grandpa_lou_pickles. His sense of humor helped him garner more than 2.2 million followers on the platform.

    Ronald Williams (1941-2021)

  • Caleb Coffee

    Child prankster who is a member of the Coffee family, known across several social media platforms. He has over 500,000 fans on his personal musical.ly account, calebcoffee. He is frequently featured on the social media accounts of his father, <a title='Jason Coffee' href='/famous/jason-coffee.htm'>Jason Coffee</a>.

    Caleb Coffee (2005-2021)

  • Dustin Diamond

    Actor and comedian known best for his role as Screech on the hit show Saved By the Bell.

    Dustin Diamond (1977-2021)

  • Terrence Clarke

    Shooting guard who was a five-star recruit, and signed to the University of Kentucky as part of their class of 2020. He was recognized as a 2020 McDonald's All-American.

    Terrence Clarke (2001-2021)

  • Beverly Cleary

    Beverly Clearly is an American author. She is one of the most famous writers of children's books. Her characters such as ˜Henry Huggins,' ˜Ribsy,' ˜Ramona,' and ˜Beezus,' were synonymous with the growing ages of children of the United States. Cleary started as a librarian in a children's library, where she helped the young ones to select books suited to them. This interaction with children helped Cleary to realize that children longed to read about characters that had lives similar to theirs. The concept of literary realism was new in the days when she started writing. Cleary found a way into the minds of children through the realistic and humorous portrayal of the life of children from middle class families. All books written by her were set in the neighborhoods of Grant Park in Oregon, where she spent her childhood. Her first characters were a boy named ˜Henry,' and his dog, ˜Ribsy.' Later, she included other characters, and diversified her books, always focusing on the day-to-day lives of ordinary children. Her books are loved by the young and old alike. Beverly Cleary won several awards and accolades for her books. She is currently leading a peaceful life in a retirement home, in Carmel Valley, California.

    Beverly Cleary (1916-2021)

  • Larry King

    Larry King's name is tantamount with television and radio broadcasting. In his heydays, he was the first individual to host a worldwide phone-in TV talk show, which catapulted him to fame. His talk shows would comprise of a popular mix of celebrity interviews, up-to-date discussions, politics and other tomfooleries. In his long and successful broadcasting career, he has conducted more than 40,000 interviews and even became the first individual to host ˜sit-downs' with most U.S. Presidents since the time of Gerald Ford. He also made his mark in the international arena, when he hosted a momentous tour on the Middle East Peace course with Yasser Arafat, King Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin. In a career spanning five decades, King has become legendary, by quizzing high-profile guests such as Madonna, Tony Blair, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Elizabeth Taylor, Margaret Thatcher, Barbara Streisand and Malcolm X, to name a few. His immense broadcasting success also went on to earn him the titles; ˜Muhammad Ali of the Broadcast Interview' and ˜Master Interviewer'. In addition to his broadcast credits, he has also made brief appearances in films and television.

    Larry King (1933-2021)

  • Carl Judie

    Film and television actor who is best recognized for his performance on the TV miniseries Dhar Mann. He passed away on Valentine's Day in 2021.

    Carl Judie (1958-2021)

  • Christopher Plummer

    Christopher Plummer is a Canadian actor who acquired global recognition following his portrayal of Baron von Trapp in the superhit musical film ˜The Sound of Music'. Widely regarded as one of the greatest Canadian actors, Plummer acquired a reputation for bringing several historical characters to life on celluloid, including authors Leo Tolstoy and Rudyard Kipling. He started his career on Broadway and worked in several musicals. Besides his powerful screen presence, it was Plummer's deep and sonorous baritone that helped him bag critically acclaimed and award- winning roles. He is frequently associated with reputed theatre productions, including The Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre. In the later stage of his career, Plummer found more success as his films became mainstream hits and received rave reviews. With an illustrious career spanning over five decades, Plummer has won numerous awards, including an Oscar, several Tony awards, and a BAFTA award. He was also honored with as the Companion of the Order of Canada and later inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame.

    Christopher Plummer (1929-2021)

  • Paul Ritter

    British character actor who has become widely recognized in both English and American cinema for his recurring roles in Vera, The Game, and Friday Night Dinner.  He has also been seen in feature films like Quantum of Solace and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

    Paul Ritter (1966-2021)

  • Rush Limbaugh

    Rush Hudson Limbaugh III, popularly known as Rush Limbaugh is a famous American radio personality, political commentator and author. He currently hosts his own talk show on ABC Radio Networks called ˜The Rush Limbaugh Show' ” the highest-rated talk-radio program in the United States. In 2008, he signed a contract extension through 2016, worth $400 million . The contract broke records for any broadcast and put him right amongst the highest paid people in the U.S. media. Starting a career in radio was a challenge for Limbaugh as he belonged to a family of professional lawyers and his father aspired for him to get into the same league as everyone else in the family. But he showed consistent passion towards radio since a young age and worked many radio jockey jobs in various cities of America. It was his job as a talk show host at KFBK in Sacramento, California, that made him one of the top radio hosts of the city, which is why ABC Radio hired him. Limbaugh's conservative views and strong criticism of liberal policies and politicians is extremely famous among his listeners and he has not only publicized his opinions through radio but also through television and books ” ˜The Way Things Ought to Be (1992)' and ˜See, I Told You So (1993)'.

    Rush Limbaugh (1951-2021)

  • George Segal

    His movie career began with a role in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and continued with various roles in comedy and drama films. In 2013, he began appearing on The Goldbergs.

    George Segal (1934-2021)