March 01, 2019
"Good Morning, Angels!" I'm not Charlie, but today's featured celebrity will always be one of Charlie's Angels. That's right, Cheryl Ladd the one we're catching up with and boy, oh, boy, has she been very busy. She was great on Charlie's Angels, and Las Vegas, Millennium, Josie and the Pussycats, and so much more. Let's get to it!
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Curtis Armstrong: He played Booger in the "Revenge of the Nerds" movies and one of Joel's friends in the movie "Risky Business", he appeared in the TV series "Moonlighting"
LeVar Burton: He played the young Kunta Kinte in the TV mini-series "Roots" and Lt. Cmdr. Geordi La Forge on the TV series "Star Trek: The Next Generation", he hosted the PBS educational series "Reading Rainbow" for many years
Jack Webb: Played Sgt. Joe Friday on the TV series (and originally radio series) "Dragnet"
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See More and Learn More About Cheryl Ladd on Celebrity Nooz
BIRTH DATE: July 12, 1951 in Huron, South Dakota, USA
BIRTH NAME: Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor
CLAIM TO FAME: Cheryl Ladd is an American actress, singer and author best known for her role as Kris Munroe in the ABC television series Charlie's Angels. She was hired for its second season in 1977 to replace Farrah Fawcett-Majors.
FAMILY LIFE: Ladd married fellow actor David Ladd, with whom she had a daughter, Jordan. She took his surname as her own, which she kept after their divorce. She then married music producer Brian Russell in 1981 and has a stepdaughter, Lindsay Russell.
INFO: Ladd came to Hollywood in 1970 to begin a career in music (she was known as "Cherie Moor" when she was the singing voice of Melody on Hanna-Barbera's Josie and the Pussycats animated series, and she also sang on the 1970 album of the same name).
In 1978, a listener wrote into Casey Kasem's "American Top 40" radio show, requesting a long-distance dedication (a weekly feature) to Cheryl, asking her to his high school prom. She personally telephoned the boy with her regrets and he thought it was his friends playing a prank. The song in question, Cheryl's "Think It Over", peaked at #36.
Ladd took advantage of her new-found popularity to further her musical career, guest-starring in musical-comedy variety series and specials, performing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl XIV in January 1980.
Releasing albums Josie and the Pussycats, Cheryl Ladd, Dance Forever, Take a Chance and You Make It Beautiful. She had a top-40 Billboard Hot 100 single and a gold record.
Ladd and her husband enjoy designing and building luxury homes.
TRIVIA: Was considered for the role eventually played by Meredith Baxter on Family (1976), which is how she came to producer Aaron Spelling's attention for Charlie's Angels (1976).
In 1977, she wore a T-shirt that read "Farrah Fawcett Minor" to her first day on the set of Charlie's Angels.
n 1996, Ladd published a children's book titled The Adventures of Little Nettie Windship. In 2005, she published Token Chick: A Woman's Guide to Golfing With the Boys, an autobiographical book which focused on her love of golf.
In September 2000, Ladd starred on Broadway, taking over the title role from Bernadette Peters in a revival of Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun. She played the role until January 2001, when Reba McEntire took over.
On April 17, 2010, Ladd, along with her co-angel Jaclyn Smith, accepted the 2010 TV Land Pop Culture Award for Charlie's Angels.
WHERE IS SHE NOW: Ladd is still a prominent player on film and television. And with husband Brian Russell, Ladd enjoys life in Texas and with their joint venture designing and building luxury homes - Cheryl Ladd Signature Homes.
2018 The Christmas Contract (TV Movie)...Renee Guidry
2018 Malibu Dan the Family Man (TV Series)...Pamela Marshall
- For Better or Worse Pt 2 (2018) ... Pamela Marshall
- For Better or Worse Pt 1 (2018) ... Pamela Marshall
2017 Camera Store...Alma
2017 The Misunderstanding of Carl Jr. (Short)...Allyson
2017 Royal New Year's Eve (TV Movie)...Abigail
2017 Ballers (TV Series)...Mayor of Las Vegas
- Bull Rush (2017) ... Mayor of Las Vegas
2017/II Unforgettable...Helen / Lovey
2015-2016 American Crime Story (TV Series)...Linell Shapiro
- Manna from Heaven (2016) ... Linell Shapiro
- 100% Not Guilty (2016) ... Linell Shapiro
- The Run of His Life (2016) ... Linell Shapiro
- From the Ashes of Tragedy (2015) ... Linell Shapiro
2015 Garage Sale Mystery: The Wedding Dress (TV Movie)...Helen Whitney Carter
2015 Ray Donovan (TV Series)...Tina Harvey
- Breakfast of Champions (2015) ... Tina Harvey
2014 Anger Management (TV Series)...Joanne
- Charlie Gets Tied Up with a Catholic Girl (2014) ... Joanne
2014 The Perfect Wave...Mrs. McCormack (Mom)
2012 Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups...Mrs. Claus
2011 Chuck (TV Series)...Emma
- Chuck Versus the Baby (2011) ... Emma
2011 NCIS (TV Series)...Mary Courtney
- Thirst (2011) ... Mary Courtney
2011 Love's Resounding Courage (TV Movie)...Irene
2009 CSI: Miami (TV Series)...Amanda Collins
- Bolt Action (2009) ... Amanda Collins
2008/I Baggage...Sarah Murphy
2003-2008 Las Vegas (TV Series)...Jillian Deline
- Three Weddings and a Funeral: Part 2 (2008) ... Jillian Deline
- A Hero Ain't Nothing But a Sandwich (2007) ... Jillian Deline
- Heroes (2007) ... Jillian Deline
- Junk in the Trunk (2007) ... Jillian Deline
- Barechested in the Park (2007) ... Jillian Deline
- Pharaoh 'Nuff (2007) ... Jillian Deline
- White Christmas (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Delinda's Box: Part 2 (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Delinda's Box: Part 1 (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Died in Plain Sight (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Father of the Bride Redux (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Father of the Bride (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Fidelity, Security, Delivery (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Chaos Theory (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- All Quiet on the Montecito Front (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Cash Springs Eternal (2006) ... Jillian Deline
- Down and Dirty (2005) ... Jillian Deline
- Bold, Beautiful & Blue (2005) ... Jillian Deline
- The Big Ed De-cline (2005) ... Jillian Deline
- Whatever Happened to Seymour Magoon? (2005) ... Jillian Deline
- Viva Las Vegas (2005) ... Jillian Deline
- Tainted Love (2005) ... Jillian Deline
- Two of a Kind (2004) ... Jillian Deline
- Blood Is Thicker (2004) ... Jillian Deline
- Sons and Lovers (2004) ... Jillian Deline
- Luck Be a Lady (2003) ... Jillian Deline
- Semper Spy (2003) ... Jillian Deline
- What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas (2003) ... Jillian Deline
- Pilot (2003) ... Jillian Deline
2007 Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story...Cheryl Ladd (uncredited)
2006 Though None Go with Me (TV Movie)...Elizabeth Bishop
2006 Model Family (TV Short)...Cheryl
2004 Eve's Christmas (TV Movie)...Diane Simon
2004 Hope & Faith (TV Series)...Mary Jo Johnson Fairfield
- 9021-Uh-Oh (2004) ... Mary Jo Johnson Fairfield
2003 Charmed (TV Series)...Doris Bennett
- The Day the Magic Died (2003) ... Doris Bennett
2002 Her Best Friend's Husband (TV Movie)...Jane Thornton
1999-2000 Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (TV Series)...Berg's Mom
- The Undercard (2000) ... Berg's Mom
- Foul Play (1999) ... Berg's Mom
1999 A Dog of Flanders...Anna
1999 Michael Landon, the Father I Knew (TV Movie)...Lynn Noe Landon
1999 Jesse (TV Series)...Mary Anne Myers
- Crazy White Female (1999) ... Mary Anne Myers
1998 Perfect Little Angels (TV Movie)...Elaine Freedman
1998 Permanent Midnight...Pamela Verlaine
1998 Every Mother's Worst Fear (TV Movie)...Connie Hoagland
1997 Ink (TV Series)...Mercedes
- The Black Book (1997) ... Mercedes
1996 Vows of Deception (TV Movie)...Lucinda / Lucy Ann Michaels
1994-1996 One West Waikiki (TV Series)...Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E. / Dawn 'Holli' Holliday
- Allergic to Golf (1996) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Battle of the Titans (1996) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Kingmare on Night Street (1996) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- The South Seas Connection (1996) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- The Romanoff Affair (1996) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Guilty (1996) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Rest in Peace (1996) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Past Due (1995) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- The Dead Don't Lie (1995) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Unhappily Ever After (1995) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Manpower (1995) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Holiday on Ice (1995) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Flowers of Evil (1995) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Episode dated 1 January 1995 (1995) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday
- Dead Again (1994) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Scales of Justice (1994) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Along Came a Spider (1994) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- A Model for Murder (1994) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Terminal Island (1994) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- Vanishing Act (1994) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
- 'Til Death Do Us Part (1994) ... Dawn 'Holli' Holliday M.E.
1996 The Haunting of Lisa (TV Movie)...Ellen Downey
1996/I Kiss and Tell (TV Movie)...Jean McAvoy
1994 Dancing with Danger (TV Movie)...Mary Dannon
1993 Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back (TV Movie)...Pam Cheney
1993 Dead Before Dawn (TV Movie)...Linda
1992 Poison Ivy...Georgie Cooper
1991 Locked Up: A Mother's Rage (TV Movie)...Annie Gallagher
1991 Changes (TV Movie)...Melanie Adams
1990 Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501 (TV Movie)...Diane Halstead
1990 The Girl Who Came Between Them (TV Movie)...Laura
1990 Jekyll & Hyde (TV Movie)...Sara Crawford
1989 Millennium...Louise Baltimore
1989 The Fulfillment of Mary Gray (TV Movie)...Mary
1988 Bluegrass (TV Movie)...Maude Sage Breen
1987 Deadly Care (TV Movie)...Anne Halloran
1986 Crossings (TV Mini-Series)...Liane DeVilliers
- Episode #1.3 (1986) ... Liane DeVilliers
- Episode #1.2 (1986) ... Liane DeVilliers
- Episode #1.1 (1986) ... Liane DeVilliers
1985 Muppet Video: The Kermit and Piggy Story (Video)...Cheryl Ladd
1985 A Death in California (TV Mini-Series)...Hope Masters
- Episode #1.2 (1985) ... Hope Masters
- Episode #1.1 (1985) ... Hope Masters
1985 Romance on the Orient Express (TV Movie)...Lily Parker
1984 Purple Hearts...Deborah Solomon
1983 The Hasty Heart (TV Movie)...Margaret
1983 Now and Forever...Jessie Clarke
1983 Grace Kelly (TV Movie)...Grace Kelly
1983 Kentucky Woman (TV Movie)...Maggie Telford
1977-1981 Charlie's Angels (TV Series)...Kris Munroe / Rosemary Garfield
1979 When She Was Bad... (TV Movie)...Betina 'Teeny' Morgan
1977 The San Pedro Beach Bums (TV Series)
- Angels and the Bums (1977) ... Kris Munroe
1977 The Fantastic Journey (TV Series)...Natica
- The Innocent Prey (1977) ... Natica
1977 Code R (TV Series)...Ruth Roberts
- The Aliens (1977) ... Ruth Roberts
1977 Police Story (TV Series)...Buffy
- Prime Rib (1977) ... Buffy
1977 Police Woman (TV Series)...Kate
- Silky Chamberlain (1977) ... Kate
1975 Switch (TV Series)...Jill Lorimer
- Death by Resurrection (1975) ... Jill Lorimer
1974 Happy Days (TV Series)...Cindy Shea
- Wish Upon a Star (1974) ... Cindy Shea
1974 The Treasure of Jamaica Reef...Zappy (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
1974 The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series)...Susan Ellen Morley
- Blockade (1974) ... Susan Ellen Morley (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
1973 The Partridge Family (TV Series)...Johanna Houser
- Double Trouble (1973) ... Johanna Houser (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
1973 Satan's School for Girls (TV Movie)...Jody (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
1972-1973 Search (TV Series)...Amy Love
- Suffer My Child (1973) ... Amy Love (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
- Let Us Prey (1973) ... Amy Love (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
- Flight to Nowhere (1972) ... Amy Love (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
1973 Ironside (TV Series)...Gwen
- A Game of Showdown (1973) ... Gwen (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
1973 Harry O (TV Series)...Teenage Girl
- Such Dust as Dreams Are Made On (1973) ... Teenage Girl (as Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor)
1972 Double Identity (TV Series)...Nelly Malloy
- Das gestohlene Ich (1972) ... Nelly Malloy (as Cheryl Jean Stoppemoor)
1972 The Rookies (TV Series)...Girl
- The Good Die Young (1972) ... Girl (as Cheryl Stoppelmoor)
1972 The Ken Berry 'Wow' Show (TV Series)
1971 Chrome and Hot Leather...Kathy (as Cherie Moor)
1970-1971 Josie and the Pussycats (TV Series)...Melody
- Don't Count on a Countess (1971) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Jumpin' Jupiter Affair (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Spy School Spoof (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- The Great Pussycat Chase (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Melody Memory Mix-Up (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- All Wong in Hong Kong (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Strangemoon Over Miami (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Plateau of the Apes Plot (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Never Mind a Master Mind (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Chili Today and Hot Tamale (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- X Marks the Spot (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Midas Mix-Up (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- Swap Plot Flop (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- The Secret Six Secret (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- A Greenthumb Is Not a Goldfinger (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
- The Nemo's a No No Affair (1970) ... Melody (singing voice, as Cherie Moor)
To see Then & Now pictures of Cheryl Laddd, visit: Celebrity Nooz
--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Curtis Armstrong - ALIVE
LeVar Burton - ALIVE
Jack Webb - DEAD (Heart attack)
Born: 04/02/1920 Died: 12/23/1982
WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...
Rabindra Prasad Adhikari, 49, Nepalese politician, Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (since 2018), helicopter crash.
Altaf Hussain, 76-77, Bangladeshi cricketer.
France-Albert René, 83, Seychellois politician, President (1977-2004) and Prime Minister (1976-1977), respiratory failure.
Michel Sainte-Marie, 80, French politician, Mayor of Mérignac (1974-2014) and MP (1973-2012).
Andy Anderson, 68, English rock drummer (The Cure, The Glove, Steve Hillage), cancer.
Jef Braeckevelt [fr], 76, Belgian sports director.
Gleb Gorbovskiy [ru], 87, Russian poet.
Tony Honoré, 96, British lawyer and jurist.
Magnus Lindberg, 66, Swedish musician, cancer.
Patrick McCarthy, 67, American fashion magazine publisher and editor (Women's Wear Daily).
Jirí Pomeje [cs], 54, Czech actor and film producer, cancer.
Dennis Richardson, 69, American politician, member of the Oregon House of Representatives (2003-2015) and Oregon Secretary of State (since 2017), brain cancer.
Tavito [pt], 71, Brazilian musician, composer and record producer, oral cancer.
Andrejs Žagars [lv], 60, Latvian actor (Ilgais celš kapas, The Life of Klim Samgin, Abduction of the Wizard).
Roberto Avallone [pt], 72, Brazilian journalist, heart attack.
José D'Artagnan Júnior [pt], 64, Brazilian actor (Salve Jorge, Aquele Beijo, Da Cor do Pecado), liver cancer.
Peter Fox, 85, English rugby league player (Batley Bulldogs) and coach (Featherstone Rovers, Bradford Northern).
Mark Hollis, 64, English singer-songwriter (Talk Talk).
Roland Leroy, 92, French journalist and politician.
Waldo Machado, 84, Brazilian footballer (Fluminense, Valencia, national team).
Paulo Nogueira Neto, 96, Brazilian environmentalist, Secretary of the Environment (1974-1986).
Jeraldine Saunders, 95, American writer and astrologer, creator of The Love Boat, complications from kidney stone surgery.
Nikhil Sen, 87, Bangladeshi dramatist.
Reinout Sylvanus [id], 90, Indonesian politician, Governor of Central Kalimantan (1967-1978).
Agnes Ullmann, 91, French biochemist.
Tjeerd Velstra [nl], 79, Dutch equestrian.
Nelson Zeglio, 92, Brazilian footballer (Sochaux, CA Paris, Roubaix-Tourcoing).
Gennady Barabtarlo [ru], 70, American literary scholar.
Paul Blackwell, 64, Australian actor (The Quiet Room, Dr. Plonk, 100 Bloody Acres), cancer.
Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde, 88, German legal scholar.
Charles Craig, 86, American actor (Night of the Living Dead).
Philip Cummins, 79, Australian jurist, Supreme Court judge (1988-2009), chair of the Victorian Law Reform Commission (since 2012).
Ian Eliason, 73, New Zealand rugby union player (Taranaki, national team).
Trevor Eyton, 85, Canadian businessman and politician, Senator (1990-2009).
Antoine Gizenga, 93, Congolese politician, Prime Minister (1960-1961, 2006-2008).
Donald Keene, 96, American-born Japanese historian and writer, heart failure.
Li Xueqin, 85, Chinese historian and palaeographer, Director of the Institute of History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Carrie Ann Lucas, 47, American disability rights advocate and attorney.
Nyandika Maiyoro, 88, Kenyan Olympic long-distance runner (1956, 1960), tuberculosis.
Serhiy Nosan [uk], 79, Ukrainian poet and writer.
Dame Margaret Scott, 96, South African-Australian ballet dancer.
Marcos Antonio Urbay, 90, Cuban musician.
Uriella, 90, Swiss sect leader (Fiat Lux).
Richard S. Wheeler, 83, American writer and newspaper editor.
Mac Wiseman, 93, American bluegrass musician (Foggy Mountain Boys).
Lothar Zenetti, 93, German theologian and hymnist ("Segne dieses Kind").
Marella Agnelli, 91, Italian art collector and socialite.
Don Brady, 85, American actor (The Baltimore Bullet, Zandalee, Lolita) and drama professor.
Douglas, 51, Brazilian-born Swedish parrot (Pippi in the South Seas).
Nestor Espenilla Jr., 60, Filipino banker, Governor of the Bangko Sentral (since 2017), cancer.
Ira Gitler, 90, American jazz historian and journalist.
Brian Halton, 77, British-born New Zealand organic chemist and academic (Victoria University of Wellington).
Natacha Jaitt, 41, Argentinian model, radio and television presenter.
Dorothy Masuka, 83, Zimbabwean-born South African jazz singer, complications from hypertension.
John Mayaka [de], 71, Kenyan javelin thrower.
Franziska Pigulla, 54, German voice actress.
S. Rajendran, 62, Indian politician, MP (since 2014), traffic collision.
Sebring, 13, Australian racehorse, heart attack.
Ricardo J. Vicent Museros, 80, Spanish printer and publisher.
Boris Zhuravlyov, 72, Russian football player (Dynamo Stavropol, Lokomotiv Moscow) and manager (Laos national team).
Jeff Adachi, 59, American attorney, San Francisco Public Defender (since 2003), heart attack.
Frank Ballance, 77, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (2003-2004), North Carolina House of Representatives (1983-1986) and Senate (1989-2002), complications during surgery.
Victor J. Banis, 82, American author, liver cancer.
Clark James Gable, 30, American actor and television host (Cheaters).
Werner Ipta, 76, German footballer (FC Schalke 04, Bayern Munich, Hertha BSC).
Barry Kramer, 78, American Vietnam war correspondent and journalist (Associated Press, Wall Street Journal), chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Steve Lawrence, 71, American journalist (Associated Press), cancer.
Josephine Mandamin, 77, Canadian Anishinaabe water activist (Mother Earth Water Walk), pancreatic cancer.
Kodi Ramakrishna, 69, Indian film director (Ankusam, Ammoru, Arundhati), lung infection.
Alberto Rizzoli [it], 74, Italian businessman and editor, suicide by gunshot.
Brody Stevens, 48, American comedian and actor (The Hangover, Chelsea Lately, Brody Stevens: Enjoy It!), suicide by hanging.
Sun Wei, 83, Chinese civil engineer, member of the Academy of Engineering (since 2005).
Wang Yening, 92, Chinese physicist, member of the Academy of Sciences (since 1991).
Morgan Woodward, 93, American actor (Cool Hand Luke, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, Dallas), cancer.
Gus Backus, 81, American doo-wop (The Del-Vikings) and schlager singer.
Jean-Christophe Benoît, 93, French baritone.
Bernard Berg, 87, Luxembourgish politician, Deputy Prime Minister (1976-1979).
Paolo Brera, 69, Italian novelist and journalist, heart attack.
Nick Cafardo, 62, American sports journalist (The Boston Globe), embolism.
Maurizio Clerici, 89, Italian Olympic rower (1956).
Sequeira Costa, 89, Portuguese pianist, cancer.
Stanley Donen, 94, American film director (Singin' in the Rain, On the Town, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers), heart failure.
E Dongchen, 79, Chinese earth scientist and polar explorer.
Edward Enfield, 89, British television and radio presenter, and newspaper journalist.
Giuseppe Mifsud Bonnici, 88, Maltese magistrate, Chief Justice (1990-1995) and member of the European Court of Human Rights (1992-1998).
Sir Rupert Myers, 98, Australian metallurgist and academic, Vice-Chancellor of the University of New South Wales (1969-1981).
Lee Ocran, Ghanaian politician, MP (2005-2009) and Minister for Education (2012-2013).
Alojzy Orszulik, 90, Polish Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Lowicz (1992-2004).
Beverley Owen, 81, American actress (The Munsters), ovarian cancer.
Herlinda Sánchez Laurel, 77, Mexican artist.
Henrik Scheele [no], 67, Norwegian actor and television host.
Jackie Shane, 78, American singer.
Peter Tork, 77, American musician and actor (The Monkees), complications of adenoid cystic carcinoma.
Hilde Zadek, 101, German soprano.