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Old 01-11-2017, 08:48 PM   #16
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Martin Landau is 88.

Maggie Smith is 82.

Carol Burnett is 83.

Tim Conway is 83.
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Old 01-11-2017, 09:14 PM   #17
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Larry Storch from F Troop is 94 and is one of the two survivors of the show...The other is Ken Berry who is 83.

James Hampton (Bugler Hannibal Dobbs) is still living.
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Gavin MacLeod (Capt. Stubing - Love Boat) - 86
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Hal Linden of Barney Miller is 85 going on 86.
Robert Wagner of Hart to Hart and NCIS is 86 going on 87.
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Kitty Carlisle - 102
Irwin Corey - 102
Norman Llyod -102
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Harry Belefonte- 89
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Three former newspeople:

Hugh Downs of 20/20 is 94 going on 95.
Charles Osgood, formerly of Sunday Morning is 84.
Dan Rather is 85 going on 86.
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Kitty Carlisle - 102

She died 10 years ago this April.
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She died 10 years ago this April.

Yep. Maybe they meant Mary Carlisle, who is 102.
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Yep. Maybe they meant Mary Carlisle, who is 102.

Good point.
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This website tracks celebrity deaths. It has a list of living celebrities who are over 85:

http://www.deadoraliveinfo.com/dead....s-nf/oldpeople

I have occasionally found that they've missed a death.

I found a few they listed as alive who have died.
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William Macy -94
Martic Landau- 88
Don Rickles - 90
Dorothy Malone - 91
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Was Joseph Campanella mentioned yet? He is 92!


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Was Joseph Campanella mentioned yet? He is 92!



No, that is a good one.

His mother in law is alive and kicking at 96!

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No, that is a good one.

His mother in law is alive and kicking at 96!



Wow,they are amazing. God bless them! And the younger two, Bonnie and Pat are no longer with us!
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Wow,they are amazing. God bless them! And the younger two, Bonnie and Pat are no longer with us!

Yes, wow.

Do you find it weird sometimes to watch the show knowing they are no longer here? They seemed so full of life. I really felt bad for the other Bonnie. She was still relatively young and a tap dancer who kept in good shape.

Sad.
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