February 08, 2019
Are you ready to get lost...in space? Will Robinson himself Bill Mumy is our 'Where Are They Now' star for today's issue! Mumy has had a huge career. Television, music, movies, voice acting, commericals, and more. What hasn't he done?! Well, we found him and let's see what he's been doing. Prepare to blast off!
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Burt Young: Played Paulie in the "Rocky" movies, also appeared in "Once Upon a Time in America" and "Betsy's Wedding".
Sally Rand: Vaudeville performer famous for her "fan dance".
David Prowse: He played Darth Vader in the "Star Wars" movies (the voice of Darth Vader was provided by James Earl Jones).
(Answer at the bottom)
Click Here to Learn More About Billy Mumy, and see then and now picture, on Celebrity Nooz
February 1, 1954 in San Gabriel, California, USA
Charles William Mumy Jr.
CLAIM TO FAME:
Bill Mumy American actor, musician, pitchman, voice actor, and author that came to prominence in the '60s as a child actor that made memorable appearances in The Twilight Zone and Alfred Hitchcock Presents and then landed the iconic three-season role as Will Robinson in the CBS sci-fi series Lost in Space.
Mumy, his wife, Eileen (married in October 1986), and their two children, Seth and Liliana, live in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles.
Last name is pronounced "Moomy" not "Mummy".
Credits Jonathan Harris as his favorite acting mentor/best friend.
Co-authored a 2015 book, Lost (and Found) in Space with Angela Cartwright.
Mumy and co-author Peter David published the short story, "The Black '59" (1992), in the anthology Shock Rock, edited by F. Paul Wilson.
Performed with Robert Haimer as "Barnes & Barnes", recording the hit novelty song "Fish Heads" in 1978. It is one of the most requested song in the history of the Dr. Demento Show.
His various musical credits include songs he has written and recorded with America, performed on tour with Shaun Cassidy, and played with Rick Springfield's band in the film Hard to Hold. He created the band The Be Five with other Babylon 5 actors.
Wrote a screenplay back in the late 1970s in which the "Lost in Space" (1965) family would have found their way back to Earth. 20th Century Fox was committed to the project, but series creator Irwin Allen wasn't interested in reviving the series. The plan dissolved completely after the death of space patriarch Guy Williams in 1989.
Was the original choice to play "Eddie Munster," in the cult 1960s TV series "Munsters, The" (1964). However, his parents did not approve of the makeup young Bill would have to wear for the role; they turned it down. Butch Patrick ended up playing the part. Today, Patrick and Mumy are very good friends and sometimes collaborate on music.
Bill has hosted and narrated several documentaries and specials for A&E, Animal Planet, The Sy-Fy Channel and E Entertainment. His voice over acting talents can be heard on animated shows like "Ren and Stimpy", "Scooby Doo", "Batman: the Animated Series", "Steven Spielberg's Animaniacs", "Little Wizard Adventures", "The Oz Kids" and Disney's "Buzz Lightyear: Star Command". He also voices dozens of national commercials such as "Farmer's Insurance" "Ford", "Bud Ice", "Blockbuster", "Twix", and "MacDonald's".
WHERE IS HE NOW:
Along with continuing his acting, voiceover work, and music, Mumy still attends sci-fi conventions, and he even had a recent cameo on the Lost in Space reboot series on Netflix.
2013-2018 Bravest Warriors (TV Series)...Johnny Tezuka / Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips / President Fishhead / ...
- No Matter What the Future Brings - Part 2 (2018) ... Johnny Tezuka
- No Matter What the Future Brings - Part 1 (2018) ... Johnny Tezuka / President Fishhead (voice)
- It Shouldn't Ever Have to End this Way - Part 2 (2018) ... Johnny Tezuka (voice)
- It Shouldn't Ever Have to End this Way - Part 1 (2018) ... Johnny Tezuka / President Fishhead (voice)
- All I Wish Is to Be Alone (2018) ... Reverend Picklechips / Judge
- From the Inside Room (2018) ... Reverend Picklechips / Judge
- Mirror's Reflection (2018) ... Johnny Tezuka
- Season of the Mitch (2014) ... Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips (voice)
- Dimension Garden (2014) ... Johnny Tezuka (voice)
- Hamster Priest (2013) ... Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips (voice)
- Aeon Worm (2013) ... Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips (voice)
2018 Space Command Redemption (TV Series)
2018 Lost in Space (TV Series)
Real Dr. Smith
- Impact (2018) ... Real Dr. Smith
2018 The Loud House (TV Series)...Timothy McCole
- Roadie to Nowhere/A Fridge Too Far (2018) ... Timothy McCole (voice)
2016 Space Command (TV Series)...Actor
- Redemption Part 2 ... Actor
2014 Transformers: Rescue Bots (TV Series)...Vigil
- No Place Like Dome (2014) ... Vigil (voice)
- The Vigilant Town (2014) ... Vigil (voice)
2011 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (TV Series)...Agent Bryson
- The Widening Gyre (2011) ... Agent Bryson (voice)
2009 The Bolt Who Screwed Christmas (Short)...Knob Ratchet (voice)
2006 Holly Hobbie and Friends: Christmas Wishes (Video short)...Bud Morris / Judge #1 (voice)
2006 A.I. Assault (TV Movie)...Major Heath
2006 Crossing Jordan (TV Series)...Paper Shredder Operator
- Blame Game (2006) ... Paper Shredder Operator
2005 Holly Hobbie and Friends: Surprise Party (Video short)...Bud Morris (voice)
2002-2005 Biography (TV Series documentary)...Narrator
- Laverne & Shirley (2005) ... Narrator
- Carolyn Jones: Morticia and More (2002) ... Narrator (voice)
2004 Comic Book: The Movie (Video)...Bill Mumy
2003 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)...Anthony Fremont
- It's Still a Good Life (2003) ... Anthony Fremont
2003 What's New, Scooby-Doo? (TV Series)...Harry Noze
- Toy Scary Boo (2003) ... Harry Noze (voice)
2000 Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (TV Series)...Eon
- A Zoo Out There (2000) ... Eon (voice)
- Tag Team (2000) ... Eon (voice)
1994-1998 Babylon 5 (TV Series)...Lennier
1998 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (TV Series)...Kellin
- The Siege of AR-558 (1998) ... Kellin
1998 Diagnosis Murder (TV Series)...Parker Craddick
- Alienated (1998) ... Parker Craddick
1997 The Weird Al Show (TV Series)...Delivery Guy
- Back to School (1997) ... Delivery Guy
1997 The Monkey Prince (Video)...Sam (voice)
1997 Underground Adventure (Video)...Sam (voice, as Billy Mumy)
1996 Space Cases (TV Series)...Ferna Herna
- A Day in the Life (1996) ... Ferna Herna
1995 Three Wishes...Neighbor
1995 Batman: The Animated Series (TV Series)...The Fox / Warren Lawford
- The Terrible Trio (1995) ... The Fox / Warren Lawford (voice)
1994 The Ren & Stimpy Show (TV Series)...Dr. Brainchild
- Blazing Entrails/Lumber Jerks (1994) ... Dr. Brainchild (voice)
1994 Animaniacs (TV Series)...The Farmer
- Scare Happy Slappy/Witch One/Macbeth (1994) ... The Farmer (voice)
1993 Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero (TV Series)
- Monstrous Meltdown (Gabora) (1993)
1991-1992 Superboy (TV Series)...Tommy Puck
- Obituary for a Super Hero (1992) ... Tommy Puck
- A Change of Heart: Part 2 (1991) ... Tommy Puck
- A Change of Heart: Part 1 (1991) ... Tommy Puck
1992/I Double Trouble...Bob
1991 Dr. Demento 20th Anniversary Collection (Video) (as Art Barnes)
1991 The Flash (TV Series)...Roger Braintree
- Good Night, Central City (1991) ... Roger Braintree
1990 Captain America...Young General Fleming
1988 Matlock (TV Series)...Dr. Irwin Bruckner
- The Genius (1988) ... Dr. Irwin Bruckner
1985 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series)...Supermarket Clerk (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
- Pilot (1985) ... Supermarket Clerk (segment "Bang! You're Dead!")
1984 Barnes & Barnes: Ah A (Short)...Art Barnes
1984 Hard to Hold...The James Roberts Band - Keyboard
1983 Barnes & Barnes: Soak It Up (Short)...Art Barnes
1983 Twilight Zone: The Movie...Tim (segment "It's a Good Life")
1981 Barnes & Barnes: Love Tap (Short)...Art Barnes (uncredited)
1980 Barnes & Barnes: Fish Heads (Short) (uncredited)
1977 Sunshine Christmas (TV Movie)...Weaver
1976 ABC Saturday Comedy Special (TV Series)...Larry
- Archie (1976) ... Larry
1975 Sunshine (TV Series)...Weaver
- Why Sam's Paid (1975) ... Weaver
- Leave It to Weaver (1975) ... Weaver
- Have a Nice Day (1975) ... Weaver
- Song for Montana: Part 2 (1975) ... Weaver
- Song for Montana: Part 1 (1975) ... Weaver
- The Angel of Doom (1975) ... Weaver
- A Houseboat Is Not a Home (1975) ... Weaver
- Buy the Book (1975) ... Weaver
- Jill (1975) ... Weaver
- Father Nature (1975) ... Weaver
- Intensive Care (1975) ... Weaver
- White Bread and Margarine (1975) ... Weaver
- Sweet Misery (1975) ... Weaver
1974-1975 The Rockford Files (TV Series)...Trask / Nick Butler
- Aura Lee, Farewell (1975) ... Trask
- Backlash of the Hunter (1974) ... Nick Butler
1973 Sunshine (TV Movie)...Weaver
1971 Insight (TV Series)...Stan
- The Party (1971) ... Stan
1971 Bless the Beasts & Children...Lawrence Teft
1970 Here Come the Brides (TV Series)...Simon Bill
- Break the Bank of Tacoma (1970) ... Simon Bill
1969 Lancer (TV Series)...Andy Cutler
- The Kid (1969) ... Andy Cutler (as Billy Mumy)
1969 Rascal...Sterling North
1968 Wild in the Streets...Boy (uncredited)
1965-1968 Lost in Space (TV Series)...Will Robinson
All 84 episodes
1966 The Two of Us (TV Movie)...Chris Williams (as Billy Mumy)
1966 Vacation Playhouse (TV Series)...Chris Williams
- The Two of Us (1966) ... Chris Williams (as Billy Mumy)
1965 I Dream of Jeannie (TV Series)...Custer
- Whatever Became of Baby Custer? (1965) ... Custer (as Billy Mumy)
1964-1965 Bewitched (TV Series)...Darrin the Boy / Michael
- Junior Executive (1965) ... Darrin the Boy (as Billy Mumy)
- A Vision of Sugar Plums (1964) ... Michael (as Billy Mumy)
1965 Ben Casey (TV Series)...Victor Chase
- Did Your Mother Come from Ireland, Ben Casey? (1965) ... Victor Chase (as Billy Mumy)
1965 The Virginian (TV Series)...Willy
- Old Cowboy (1965) ... Willy (as Billy Mumy)
1965 The Munsters (TV Series)...Googie Miller
- Come Back, Little Googie (1965) ... Googie Miller (as Billy Mumy)
1965 Dear Brigitte...Erasmus 'Ras' Leaf
1964 The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (TV Series)...Billy
- The Ballerina (1964) ... Billy (as Billy Mumy)
- The Pennies (1964) ... Billy (as Billy Mumy)
- Rick's Old Printing Press (1964) ... Billy (as Billy Mumy)
1962-1964 The Magical World of Disney (TV Series)...Freddy Gray / Petey Loomis
- For the Love of Willadean: Treasure in the Haunted House (1964) ... Freddy Gray (as Billy Mumy)
- For the Love of Willadean: A Taste of Melon (1964) ... Freddy Gray (as Billy Mumy)
- Sammy, the Way-Out Seal: Part 2 (1962) ... Petey Loomis (as Billy Mumy)
- Sammy, the Way-Out Seal: Part 1 (1962) ... Petey Loomis (as Billy Mumy)
1964 The Eleventh Hour (TV Series)...Barry
- Sunday Father (1964) ... Barry
1964 The Fugitive (TV Series)...David Taft
- Home Is the Hunted (1964) ... David Taft (as Billy Mumy)
1963 The Greatest Show on Earth (TV Series)...Jeff
- Lady in Limbo (1963) ... Jeff (as Billy Mumy)
1963 Palm Springs Weekend...'Boom Boom' Yates
1963 Perry Mason (TV Series)...Miles
- The Case of the Shifty Shoebox (1963) ... Miles (as Billy Mumy)
1961-1963 The Twilight Zone (TV Series)...Young Pip / Anthony Fremont / Billy Bayles
- In Praise of Pip (1963) ... Young Pip (as Billy Mumy)
- It's a Good Life (1961) ... Anthony Fremont (as Billy Mumy)
- Long Distance Call (1961) ... Billy Bayles (as Billy Mumy)
1963 A Ticklish Affair...Alex Martin (as Billy Mumy)
1963 Kraft Mystery Theater (TV Series)...Skipper
- The Boy Who Wasn't Wanted (1963) ... Skipper (as Billy Mumy)
1963 Empire (TV Series)...Freddy
- End of an Image (1963) ... Freddy (as Billy Mumy)
1963 A Child Is Waiting...Boy Counting Jean's Pearls
1962 Wagon Train (TV Series)...Toddy
- The Sam Darland Story (1962) ... Toddy (as Billy Mumy)
1962 The Jack Benny Program (TV Series)...Little Boy Who Weighs Himself
- Jack and the Crying Cab Driver (1962) ... Little Boy Who Weighs Himself (as Billy Mumy)
1962 Going My Way (TV Series)...Mark Murdock
- Keep an Eye on Santa Claus (1962) ... Mark Murdock (as Billy Mumy)
1962 The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (TV Series)...Tony Mitchell
- House Guest (1962) ... Tony Mitchell (as Billy Mumy)
1962 Wide Country (TV Series)...David Bennett
- The Royce Bennett Story (1962) ... David Bennett (as Billy Mumy)
1962 Alcoa Premiere (TV Series)...Skipper
- The Boy Who Wasn't Wanted (1962) ... Skipper (as Billy Mumy)
1962 Have Gun - Will Travel (TV Series)...Little Boy at Carlton Hotel
- Jonah and the Trout (1962) ... Little Boy at Carlton Hotel
1962 Dr. Kildare (TV Series)...Jeffey
- The Bronc-Buster (1962) ... Jeffey (as Billy Mumy)
1962 The Dick Powell Theatre (TV Series)...Larry
- Obituary for Mr.X (1962) ... Larry (as Billy Mumy)
1961-1962 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series)...Mickey Hollins / Jackie Chester
- The Door Without a Key (1962) ... Mickey Hollins (as Billy Mumy)
- Bang! You're Dead (1961) ... Jackie Chester (as Billy Mumy)
1961 General Electric Theater (TV Series)...Buzz
- A Friendly Tribe (1961) ... Buzz
1961 Father of the Bride (TV Series)
- Furnishing the Apartment (1961)
1961 The New Breed (TV Series)...Billy
- Wave Goodbye to Grandpa (1961) ... Billy (as Billy Mumy)
1961 Tammy Tell Me True...Neil Bateman (uncredited)
1960-1961 The Loretta Young Show (TV Series)...Jimmy Harrison / Rennie
- The Lie (1961) ... Jimmy Harrison (as Billy Mumy)
- My Own Master (1960) ... Rennie (as Billy Mumy)
1960 The Wizard of Baghdad...Aladdin (uncredited)
1960 The Law and Mr. Jones (TV Series)
- The Long Echo (1960) ... (as Billy Mumy)
1960 National Velvet (TV Series)...Willy
- Donald's Friend (1960) ... Willy (as Billy Mumy)
1960 The DuPont Show with June Allyson (TV Series)...Joey Robertson
- The Women Who (1960) ... Joey Robertson (as Billy Mumy)
1960 The Tom Ewell Show (TV Series)...Jeffrey Nelson
- Tom Puts the Girls to Work (1960) ... Jeffrey Nelson
1957 Wire Service (TV Series)...Kidnapped Boy
- The Nameless (1957) ... Kidnapped Boy
To see Then & Now pictures of Billy Mumy, visit: Celebrity Nooz
--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Burt Young - ALIVE
Sally Rand - DEAD
Born: 04/03/1904 Died: 08/31/1979
David Prowse - ALIVE
WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...
Todor Kavaldzhiev, 85, Bulgarian politician, Vice President (1997-2002).
A. S. M. Shahjahan, 78, Bangladeshi officer, Inspector General of Police (1992-1996), complications from Parkinson's disease.
Joe Fascione, 74, Scottish footballer (Chelsea, Dundee United).
George Klein, 83, American disc jockey (WLFP) and TV host (WHBQ-TV), complications from dementia.
Ladu Kishore Swain, 71, Indian politician, member of the Lok Sabha (since 2014), kidney disease.
Václav Vorlícek, 88, Czech film director (Who Wants to Kill Jessie?, The End of Agent W4C, The Girl on the Broomstick).
Evgeniy Aleksandrov [ru], 66, Russian footballer.
Giampiero Artegiani, 63, Italian singer-songwriter.
Colin Barker, 79, British sociologist and historian.
Ramesh Bhatkar, 70, Indian actor (Maherchi Sadi), cancer.
Nita Bieber, 92, American actress (Rhythm and Weep, Millie's Daughter, The Prince Who Was a Thief).
Yuri Bosco, 88, Russian artist.
Matt Brazier, 42, English footballer (QPR, Cardiff City, Leyton Orient), non-Hodgkin follicular lymphoma.
Isacio Calleja, 82, Spanish footballer (Atlético de Madrid, national team).
Sandrine Doucet, 59, French politician, Deputy (2012-2017), cancer.
Guranda Gabunia [ka], 80, Georgian actress (The Color of Pomegranates, Air Crew, Day Is Longer Than Night).
Ben Goi, 43, Singaporean billionaire businessman, heart attack.
Abdelmalek Guenaizia [fr], 82, Algerian politician.
Tatyana Kaletskaya, 81, Russian scriptwriter.
Gary LaPierre, 76, American radio journalist (WBZ), leukemia.
Bernard Lietaer, 76, Belgian engineer and economist.
John Otho Marsh Jr., 92, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia's 7th district (1963-1971), Secretary of the Army (1981-1989), heart failure.
Leu Mazurkevich, 79, Belarusian football player and manager (BATE Barysaw).
Matti Nykänen, 55, Finnish ski jumper and singer, Olympic champion (1984, 1988).
Leonie Ossowski, 93, German writer.
Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov, 82, Russian composer.
Zbigniew Penherski [pl], 84, Polish composer.
John Rone, 69, American stage actor and director.
Kulyash Sakieva [ru], 98, Kazakh singer and actress.
Zeljko Skuljevic [hr], 65, Bosnian philosopher.
Mohamed Ofei Sylla, 44, Guinean footballer (Gaziantepspor, Denizlispor, national team).
Zbigniew Szczepkowski, 66, Polish Olympic cyclist (1976).
Izzy Young, 90, American-Swedish folklorist and author.
Teymuraz Zoloyev [uk], 87, Ukrainian film director, screenwriter and actor.
Julie Adams, 92, American actress (Creature from the Black Lagoon, Bend of the River, Murder, She Wrote).
Novak Boškovic, 29, Serbian handball player, suicide by gunshot.
Irv Brown, 83, American basketball referee and sportscaster.
Jeetendra Singh Bundela, 60, Indian politician.
Detsl, 35, Russian hip hop artist, heart attack.
Carmen Duncan, 76, Australian actress (Harlequin, Another World, Turkey Shoot), cancer.
Bob Friend, 88, American baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Mets, New York Yankees).
Irving Lavin, 91, American art historian.
Tapan Mitra, 70, Indian-born economist.
Stephen Negoesco, 93, Romanian-American Hall of Fame soccer player and manager.
Jüri Pihl, 64, Estonian politician, Minister of the Interior (2007-2009).
Peter Posa, 77, New Zealand guitarist.
Ruan Xueyu, 86, Chinese engineer.
Barbra Casbar Siperstein, 76, American lawyer and LGBT activist.
Kristoff St. John, 52, American actor (The Young and the Restless, The Champ, Generations).
Joe P. Tolson, 77, American politician, member of the North Carolina House of Representatives (1997-2014), respiratory failure.
Danny Williams, 94, English football player (Rotherham United) and manager (Swindon Town, Sheffield Wednesday).
William Davis, 85, German-born British journalist (BBC).
Walter James Edyvean, 80, American Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston (2001-2014).
Carol Emshwiller, 97, American author (The Mount).
Michael Ferguson, 60, Canadian civil servant, Auditor General (since 2011), cancer.
Tim Landers, American rock guitarist and singer (Transit, Misser).
Arman Loni, Pakistani politician, PTM leader.
José Ribeaud [fr], 83, Swiss journalist.
Irene Krugman Rudnick, 89, American politician, member of the South Carolina House of Representatives (1972-1976, 1981-1984, 1987-1994).
Bill Sims, 69, American blues musician.
Special Tiara, 11, Irish racehorse, euthanized.
Parhan Ali [id], 72, Indonesian politician, Regent of Bangka-Belitung (since 2016).
Jon Anderson, 76, American radio talk show host (KGUM).
Alex Brown, 52, American painter and punk rock musician (Gorilla Biscuits, Project X, Side by Side), brain aneurysm.
Alice Dye, 91, American amateur golfer and golf course designer (TPC at Sawgrass).
Tim Elkington, 98, British Royal Air Force fighter pilot, member of The Few.
Jeremy Hardy, 57, English comedian, radio host and panelist (The News Quiz, I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation), cancer.
Glen Ray Hines, 75, American football player (Arkansas Razorbacks, Houston Oilers, New Orleans Saints).
Neal James, 55, American reality television actor (Call of the Wildman).
Ursula Karusseit, 79, German actress (Ways across the Country, KLK Calling PTZ - The Red Orchestra).
Andrew McGahan, 52, Australian author (Praise, The White Earth, Wonders of a Godless World), pancreatic cancer.
Ayub Ogada, 63, Kenyan musician.
Edit Perényi-Weckinger, 95, Hungarian Olympic gymnast (1948, 1952).
Yosef Sorinov, 72, Israeli footballer (Maccabi Netanya, Beitar Jerusalem, national team).
Eugeniy Suslov [ru], 81, Russian television presenter.
Clive Swift, 82, English actor (The National Health, Keeping Up Appearances, The Old Guys) and songwriter.
Les Thornton, 84, British professional wrestler (Stampede, NWA, WWF).
Thuppettan, 89, Indian Malayalam playwright.
Wade Wilson, 60, American football player (Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders) and coach (Chicago Bears), heart attack.
Harold Bradley, 93, American Hall of Fame country musician.
Awaluddin Djamin [id], 91, Indonesian public servant and politician, Chief of Police (1978-1982).
Candice Earley, 68, American actress (All My Children), multiple system atrophy.
Ingvald Godal, 84, Norwegian politician, MP (1985-2001).
Dennis Hunt, 81, English football player (Gillingham, Brentford) and manager (Ashford Town).
Kálmán Ihász, 77, Hungarian footballer (Vasas, national team).
Ron Joyce, 88, Canadian businessman, co-founder of Tim Hortons.
Pablo Larios, 58, Mexican footballer (Cruz Azul, Puebla, national team), complications from intestinal occlusion.
Johnny Lion, 77, Dutch singer and actor, lung cancer.
Harri Marstio [fi], 62, Finnish musician, traffic collision.
Pierre Nanterme, 59, French business executive (Accenture), colon cancer.
Georges Sarre, 83, French politician, Deputy (1981-2002).
Graham Stilwell, 73, British tennis player.
Hamish Tennant, 53, Scottish comedian, sepsis.
William Winegard, 94, Canadian politician, MP (1984-1993).
Stewart Adams, 95, British chemist, developer of ibuprofen.
Jaime Ardila Casamitjana, 100, Colombian writer.
Maureen Brunt, 90, Australian economist.
Brian Butterick, 62, American drag performer and nightlife impresario, lung cancer.
Dara Dotiwalla, 85, Indian cricket umpire.
Alan Hayes, 79, Australian VFL footballer (Richmond).
Saphira Indah, 32, Indonesian actress, lung infection.
Robert Mitchell Jennings, 61, American convicted murderer, execution by lethal injection.
Per Jorsett, 98, Norwegian freelance sports reporter.
Peter Mikkelsen, 58, Danish football referee, cancer.
Dick Miller, 90, American actor (Gremlins, The Little Shop of Horrors, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm).
Bernard Nevill, 84, British textile designer.
Jerry Nicodemus, 73, American Hall of Fame jockey (Dash For Cash).
Aize Obayan, 58, Nigerian academic administrator, Vice Chancellor of Covenant University (2005-2012), cancer.
Duncan Weldon, 77, English theatre producer (Private Lives), Tony winner (2002).
Lori Wilson, 81, American politician, member of the Florida Senate (1973-1978).