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‘Days of our Lives’ Star and Jennifer Aniston’s Dad John Aniston Dies Aged 89

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Jennifer Aniston confirmed the heartbreaking death of her father, days of our lives legend, John Aniston.

The Friends The star shared a heartbreaking tribute to her father.

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Best known for portraying Victor Kiriakis on days of our livesAniston was a veteran actor.

His daughter, Jennifer, confirmed he died on November 11.

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She said: “My dear dad…⁣ John Anthony Aniston. You were one of the most beautiful humans I have ever known. I am so grateful that you soared to the heavens in peace – and without pain .

She continued, “And 11/11 no less! You always had perfect timing. This number will always have an even greater meaning for me now. I will love you until the end of time.”

We are almost at the end of 2022. And unfortunately this year we have lost a plot memorable celebrities.

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From musicians to actors to artists, there have been many notable losses of people who have touched our lives in one way or another. And we would like to take some time to remember them for their talents…

Who better to start the tributes to our most beloved celebrities than James Caan.

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Caan notably starred as Santino “Sonny” Corleone in the hit movie The Godfather, which earned him an Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actor. He also appeared in Misery and Elf which proves how far-reaching he had. He died on July 6, at the age of eighty-two.

Tony Sirico…

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Sharing Caan’s love of gangsta roles, Sirico, who debuted on the big screen in 1974, appeared in Freedmen like Tony Stacks. He also played the famous character Paulie Walnuts in The Sopranos. He died on July 8 at the age of seventy-nine.

Ray Liotta…

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We unfortunately lost another star of Freedmen this year, Liotta played mobster Henry Hill and most recently appeared in shades of blue, starring Jennifer Lopez. He died on May 26, at the age of sixty-seven.

Marie Mara…

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Mara was a television and theater actress. Police believe she drowned while swimming in the St. Lawrence River. She was sixty-one years old.

Margaret Kean…

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Keane was a celebrated painter, who only gained acclaim for her work for twenty years after her husband became famous for passing off her work as his own. He was finally discovered. She continued to paint until her death at the age of ninety-four.

Naomi Jud…

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Judd was a well-known country singer who performed with her daughter in the band Judds. Together, the couple has won 5 Grammy Awards and even made it into the Country Music Hall of Fame. She died on April 30, at the age of seventy-six.

Robert More…

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Morse started on Broadway in 1955 which catapulted his career into showbiz, later in his career he moved on to acting on television and won numerous accolades for his performances. His most notable television performance was that of Bertram Cooper in Mad Men. He died on April 20, at the age of ninety.

Gilbert Gottfried…

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We all know Gottfried as the iconic, shrill-voiced, incredible comedian. He appeared in particular on Saturday Night Liveand also played the parrot Iago in Disney’s Aladdin. Sadly, he passed away on April 12, at the age of sixty-seven.

Estella Harris…

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Harris was best known for her role as Estelle Costanza on the sitcom Seinfeld. She also took on the voice work of Ms. Potato Head in the animated film. toy story. She died on April 3, at the age of ninety-three.

Tom Parker…

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Parker was a lead singer of the popular British band The Wanted. Unfortunately, in 2020, he was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer. He passed away on March 30, at just thirty-three years old.

Taylor Hawkin…

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Hawkins was known as the drummer for Foo Fighters, he played with the band for twenty-five years and gained a lot of fans in the process. He died on March 25, aged fifty.

Scott Room…

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Hall, known as Razor Ramon, was a professional wrestler who founded the New World Order, along with Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash. He died on March 14 shortly after undergoing hip replacement surgery, suffering several heart attacks before his death. He was sixty-three years old.

William Hurt…

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Hurt has worked in television, theater and film during his illustrious Hollywood career. He was nominated for 4 Oscars and won the Best Actor Oscar in 1985. He died on March 13, aged seventy-one.

Emilio Delgado…

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The Mexican-American actor worked on the children’s TV show sesame street for over forty years and has been a huge part of our lives growing up. He also appeared in other TV shows, such as Law and order. He died on March 10, at the age of eighty-one.

Sally Kellermann…

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Kellerman was in the spotlight for over 5 decades, starring in TV shows before taking on notable roles such as Margaret Houlihan in MASH POTATOESand recently the mother of Mark Maron in Brown. She died on February 24, at the age of eighty-four.

Ivan Reitman…

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Reitman was an incredible director, working on films such as ghost huntersand Twins. He died at his home in California on February 12, at the age of seventy-five.

Betty Davis…

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Davis needs very little introduction, the funk singer was well known for her incredible voice. After less than a decade in the industry, she decided to leave. But she is still famous for her iconic hits. She died on February 9, at the age of seventy-seven.

Manfred Thierry Mugler…

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Mugler was a well-known French fashion designer who worked with some of the greats during his career. He was notably responsible for creating Kim Kardashian’s wet look dress for the Met Gala in 2019. He died on January 23, at the age of seventy-three.

Marvin Lee Aday (meatloaf)…

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Meat Loaf has sold over 100 million albums worldwide. The rock music icon not only had incredible skill with words, but her theatrical performances were next level. He died on January 20, at the age of seventy-four.

Louis Anderson…

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Anderson had a long career as a stand-up comedian and also worked in television for a short time, winning an Emmy for his role in Baskets. He sadly died of cancer on January 21, at the age of sixty-eight.

Gaspard Uliel…

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The French actor was best known for playing young Hannibal in Hannibal rising and was to make an appearance in the Marvel series, moon knight. However, he sadly passed away in a freak skiing accident on January 19, at the age of thirty-seven.

Bob Saget…

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Saget was best known for his role as Danny Tanner on the hit television series Full house, and has appeared in a range of TV shows and movies over the years. Although fans know him best as a stand-up comedian. He died on January 9 at the age of sixty-five.

Michael Lang…

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Lang was the co-creator of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival which began in 1969. It was a extremely historic event for the music industry. He died on January 8, at the age of seventy-seven.

Sydney Poitier…

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Poitier was the first black actor to win an Oscar for his role in field lily, in which he won the award for best actor. He also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Poitier died on January 6, aged ninety-four.

Lenny Von Dohlen…

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The actor played the character of Harold Smith in the original twin peaks, he also appeared in the film Twin Peaks: Fire Walks With Me. He died on July 5 at the age of sixty-three.

Joe Turkel…

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Turkel was best known for his roles in the brilliant and blade runner, and over the course of his career he has appeared in over 100 movies and TV shows! He died on June 27, aged ninety-four.

Lil Keed…

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Keed was a rapper and was just beginning his career when he suffered sudden liver and kidney failure which led to his tragic death. He died on March 13, aged just twenty-four.

Bruce McVittie…

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The veteran theater actor has also dabbled in television and is known for his appearances in The Sopranos and Law and order. He died on May 7 at the age of sixty-five.

Mike Hagerty…

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Hagerty was best known for playing janitor Mr. Treeger on Friendsbut has more recently appeared on sitcoms; The George Carlin Show and Lucky Louie. He died on May 5, at the age of sixty-seven.

Joanna Barnes…

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Barnes was an actress and writer best known for her roles in blockbuster films The parent trap and aunt granny. She died on April 29, at the age of eighty-seven.

Jossara Jinaro…

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Jinaro has appeared in a series of TV shows such as Emergency room, The young and the restlessand Judging Amy. She died after a battle with cancer on April 27, at the age of forty-eight.

Liz Sheridan…

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Sheridan was a veteran actress, who played Jerry’s bossy mother on the show Seinfeld. She also appeared in several theater and television productions during her career. She died April 15 of natural causes. Sheridan was ninety-three years old.

Rae Allen…

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Allen was best known for her roles in The Sopranos and A league apart. She died on April 6, at the age of ninety-five.

Cheslie Kryst…

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Kryst was Miss USA in 2019 and worked with in addition. She died on January 30, at the age of thirty, after allegedly jumping from a building in New York.

Moses J. Moseley…

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Moseley worked on the hit TV show The Walking Dead as one of Michonne’s zombie guards. He died on January 26, aged thirty-one.

Olivia Newton John…

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Fat Star Newton-John has tragically passed away after a long battle with cancer at the age of seventy-three.

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