Year 2014 swallowed many celebrities and famous iconic people. Most stars have gone in their young age. We deeply mourn and pay tribute to them by posting their news.
Pete Seeger, 94
The iconic folk-singer died at his home on Jan. 27 in New York City.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman, 46
The Oscar-winning actor died of a drug overdose in New York City on Feb. 2
Shirley Temple, 85
The iconic child-star and ambassador to Czechoslovakia died at her home in Woodside, California on Feb. 10.
Sid Caesar, 91
The Emmy-award winning comedic actor died at his home in Beverly Hills, California on Feb. 12.
Harold Ramis, 69
The acclaimed writer/director behind “Caddyshack” and “Groundhog Day” died of complications from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis at his home in Chicago on Feb. 24.
L’Wren Scott, 49
The model, fashion designer and longtime girlfriend of musician Mick Jagger was found dead of an apparent suicide in her Manhattan apartment on March 17.
Peaches Geldof, 25
The journalist and daughter of musician Bob Geldof died of a heroin overdose in Wrotham, Kent, England, in early April.
The famous English actor best known for "Cockneys" and "Gangsters" died of pneumonia in London on April 29, 2014.
Maya Angelou, 86
The iconic poet died at her home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina on May 28.
Ruby Dee, 91
The Oscar-winning actress died at her home in New Rochelle, New York, June 11.
Casey Kasem, 82
The “American Top 40” radio host and DJ died after a battle with Parkinson’s disease in Gig Harbor, Washington on June 15.
Bobby Womack, 70
The American singer-song writer and musician died at the age of 70, in California, United States on June 27, 2014.
Tommy Ramone, 65
The original drummer for the Ramones and the classic punk rock band died on Friday at the age of 65.
Elaine Stritch, 89
The Tony-award winning Broadway actress died at her home in Birmingham, Michigan on July 17.
James Garner, 86
The prolific, Oscar-nominated actor died at his Los Angeles home from acute myocardial infarction on July 19.
Robin Williams, 63
The famous comedian and Oscar-winning actor who battled depression committed suicide at his home in Paradise Cay, California on Aug. 11.
Lauren Bacall, 89
The iconic actress, famous for playing opposite Humphrey Bogart in numerous films, died after suffering a stroke at her home in Manhattan Aug. 12.
Joan Rivers, 81
The groundbreaking comedian and TV host died of complications from throat surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan on Sept. 4.
Rob Bironas, 36
The former NFL-kicker was killed in a car crash in Nashville, Tennessee, Sept. 20.
Oscar de la Renta, 82
The iconic fashion designer died of cancer at his home at Kent, Connecticut, Oct. 20.
Jack Bruce, 71
The bassist for classic rock band Cream died of liver disease in Suffolk, England, Oct. 25.
Brittany Maynard, 29
Due to brain cancer, Brittany, the “Right to Die” activist committed suicide in Portland, Oregon on Nov. 1.
Diem Brown, 34
The MTV reality show star died in New York City on Nov. 14 after a long battle with cancer.
Mike Nichols, 83
Great filmmaker and winner of Oscar, Tony, Grammy and Emmy awards died of heart attack in his Manhattan apartment on Nov. 19.
Joe Cocker, 70
Cancer killed this popular blues singer on Dec. 22. He died at his home in Crawford, Colorado.