March 08, 2019
Is there a doctor in the House? That's good on so many levels for today's issue! Today's featured celebrity is Mr. Hugh Laurie.
To most of us Hugh Laurie is best know for being the grumpiest doctor ever, Dr. Gregory House on the hit medical drama series on FOX, House. To those across the pond he is half of the comedy duo of Fry and Laurie, with Stephen Fry.
It seems like Laurie has been working non-stop for years. Apparently, after my internet research, he's added many credits to his resume, many of which I'll have to check out, and you should too! So 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":
Dabney Coleman: Starred in the TV series "The Slap Maxwell Story" and "Buffalo Bill", appeared in the movies "9 to 5", "WarGames", and "On Golden Pond"
Sheree North: Actress and dancer, she appeared in "How to Be Very, Very Popular", "The Best Things in Life Are Free", "Madigan" and other movies, she was Lou Grant's girlfriend on the TV series "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and she played Kramer's mother, Babs, on the TV series "Seinfeld"
Jack Lemmon: He starred or appeared in numerous movies, including "Mr. Roberts", "Some Like It Hot", "The Days of Wine and Roses", "The Out-of-Towners", "The Odd Couple", "The China Syndrome" and "Grumpy Old Men", he frequently teamed with Walter Matthau
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BIRTH DATE: June 11, 1959 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
BIRTH NAME: James Hugh Calum Laurie
CLAIM TO FAME: Hugh Laurie is an English actor, director, singer, musician, comedian, and author best known for being half of the comedy double act Fry and Laurie, sketch comedy series Jeeves and Wooster, and portrayed the title character in the U.S. medical drama series House (2004-12) on Fox, for which he won two Golden Globe Awards.
FAMILY LIFE: Laurie married theatre administrator Jo Green in June of 1989 in Camden, London. Together they have three children - Charles, William, and Rebecca.
INFO: Received his Third-Class Honours degree in anthropology and archaeology at Selwyn College, Cambridge University.
In 1977, won the National Junior Championship for rowing (coxed pair).
Is a published author with the 1996 novel, The Gun Seller.
Laurie has won three Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and has been nominated for ten Primetime Emmy Awards.
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6172 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on October 25, 2016.
TRIVIA: He was a member of Cambridge Footlights throughout his university years, serving as a writer and cast member for two years (1978-1980) and president during his last year (1980-1981). Emma Thompson was the vice president.
Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005), originally wanted him to play Arthur Dent for the film adaptation.
He was first cast in the role of Perry White in Superman Returns (2006). However, the popularity of his television series House caused schedule conflicts. Frank Langella was then cast.
Longtime best friend Stephen Fry served as best man at Laurie's marriage to Joanne Green. Fry is also the godfather of his three children.
When Bryan Singer cast Laurie as Gregory House on House (2004), he was unaware that Laurie is British.
Is a huge fan of the Fulham Football Club (English soccer club).
He sings and plays piano, guitar, drums, harmonica and saxophone.
He was one of the highest-paid actors in a television drama, earning $409,000 per episode on House.
WHERE IS HE NOW: Laurie is busier than ever these days. He currently has 4 projects in the works: Avenue 5 (TV Movie), The Canterville Ghost, Catch-22 (TV Mini-Series), and The Personal History of David Copperfield.
2018 Holmes & Watson...Mycroft
2018 The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (TV Series)...John Lennon
- Chadwick Boseman/Strangest Things (2018) ... John Lennon
2016-2017 Chance (TV Series)...Eldon Chance / Chance
All 20 episodes
2015-2017 Veep (TV Series)...Tom James
- Blurb (2017) ... Tom James
- Inauguration (2016) ... Tom James
- Kissing Your Sister (2016) ... Tom James
- Congressional Ball (2016) ... Tom James
- C**tgate (2016) ... Tom James
- Thanksgiving (2016) ... Tom James
- Mother (2016) ... Tom James
- Nev-AD-a (2016) ... Tom James
- Morning After (2016) ... Tom James
- Election Night (2015) ... Tom James
- Testimony (2015) ... Tom James
- B/ill (2015) ... Tom James
- Mommy Meyer (2015) ... Tom James
- Storms and Pancakes (2015) ... Tom James
- Convention (2015) ... Tom James
2016 The Night Manager (TV Series)...Richard Roper
All 6 episodes
2014 LittleBigPlanet 3 (Video Game)...Newton (voice)
2012 Mr. Pip...Mr. Watts
2012 Shrek's Thrilling Tales (Video short)...Dr. Cockroach Ph.D. (voice)
2004-2012 House (TV Series)...Dr. Gregory House
All 176 episodes
2011 Arthur Christmas...Steve (voice)
2011 The Oranges...David
2011 Hop...E.B.'s Dad (voice)
2010 The Simpsons (TV Series)...Roger
- Treehouse of Horror XXI (2010) ... Roger (voice, as Hugh 'Struck by a' Lorry)
2001-2009 Family Guy (TV Series)...Dr. Gregory House / Bar Patron
- Business Guy (2009) ... Dr. Gregory House (voice)
- One If by Clam, Two If by Sea (2001) ... Bar Patron (voice)
2009 Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space (TV Short)...Dr. Cockroach Ph.D. (voice)
2009 B.O.B.'s Big Break (Video short)...Dr. Cockroach Ph.D. (voice)
2009 Monsters vs. Aliens...Dr. Cockroach Ph.D. (voice)
2008 Street Kings...Captain James Biggs
2005 The Big Empty (Short)...Doctor #5
2005 Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild (Video)...Mr. Frederick Little (voice)
2005 Valiant...Gutsy (voice)
2004 The Tale of Jack Frost (TV Movie)...Narrator (voice)
2004 Flight of the Phoenix...Ian
2004 The Lenny Henry Show (TV Series)...Professor
- Episode #1.1 (2004) ... Professor
2003 The Young Visiters (TV Movie)...Lord Bernard Clark
2003 MechaNick (TV Series)...Narrator
All 6 episodes
2003 Stuart Little (TV Series)...Mr. Frederick Little
- A Little Vacation (2003) ... Mr. Frederick Little (voice)
- No Job Is Too Little (2003) ... Mr. Frederick Little (voice)
- A Little Too Fast (2003) ... Mr. Frederick Little (voice)
- The Great Outdoors (2003) ... Mr. Frederick Little (voice)
- Team Little (2003) ... Mr. Frederick Little (voice)
- The Meatloaf Bandit (2003) ... Mr. Frederick Little (voice)
2003 Fortysomething (TV Mini-Series)...Paul Slippery
All 6 episodes
2002 Dragans of New York (TV Movie)
2002 Lost in the Snow (Video short)...Teddy (voice)
2002 Stuart Little 2...Mr. Little
2002 MI-5 (TV Series)...Jools Siviter
- Episode #1.5 (2002) ... Jools Siviter (uncredited)
- Episode #1.4 (2002) ... Jools Siviter (uncredited)
2001 Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows (TV Mini-Series)...Vincente Minnelli
- Episode #1.2 (2001) ... Vincente Minnelli
- Episode #1.1 (2001) ... Vincente Minnelli
2001 Second Star to the Left (TV Short)...Archie (voice)
2001 Girl from Rio...Raymond
2001 The Piano Tuner (Short)...Charles
2000 Lounge Act (Short) (voice)
2000 Dominion (TV Series)...Freleng
2000 Preston Pig (TV Series)...Mr. Wolf (2000) (voice)
2000 Maybe Baby...Sam Bell
2000 Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) (TV Series)...Dr. Lawyer
- Mental Apparition Disorder (2000) ... Dr. Lawyer
2000 The Journal of Edwin Carp (Short)...Edwin Carp (voice)
2000 Little Grey Rabbit (TV Series)...Hare (voice)
1999 Santa's Last Christmas (TV Short)...Geoffrey the Seagull (voice)
1999 The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (TV Movie)...French Ambassador
1999 Blackadder Back & Forth (Short)...Viscount George Bufton-Tufton / Georgius
1999 Stuart Little...Mr. Little
1999 Carnivale...Cenzo (voice)
1998 Cousin Bette...Hector
1998 Friends (TV Series)...The Gentleman on the Plane
- The One with Ross's Wedding: Part Two (1998) ... The Gentleman on the Plane
1998 The Bill (TV Series)...Harrap
- Good Faith: Part 1 (1998) ... Harrap
1998/I The Man in the Iron Mask...King's Advisor
1997 I'd Like a Word with You (Video)...Ethelred the Unready
1997 The Place of Lions (TV Movie)...Steve Harris
1997 The Ugly Duckling...Tarquin (voice)
1997 Treasure Island (Video)...Squire Trelawney (voice)
1997 Spice World...Poirot
1997 The Borrowers...Police Officer Steady
1996 The Snow Queen's Revenge...Peeps (voice)
1996 The Adventures of Toad (TV Movie)...Toad (voice)
1996 101 Dalmatians...Jasper
1996 Murder Most Horrid (TV Series)...Jerry Bryce
- The Body Politic (1996) ... Jerry Bryce
1996 Dennis the Menace (TV Series)...Mr. Abercrombie
- The Day They Took Gnasher Away (1996) ... Mr. Abercrombie (voice)
1996 Tracey Takes On... (TV Series)...Timothy 'Timmy' Bugge / Timothy Bugge
- Death (1996) ... Timothy 'Timmy' Bugge
- Royalty (1996) ... Timothy 'Timmy' Bugge
- Romance (1996) ... Timothy Bugge (uncredited)
1995 The Adventures of Mole (TV Movie)...Toad (voice)
1995 Sense and Sensibility...Mr. Palmer
1995 The Snow Queen...Peeps (voice)
1995 Look at the State We're In! (TV Mini-Series)...Director / Sir Michael Jaffa
- The Status Quo (1995) ... Director / Sir Michael Jaffa
- Nanny Knows Best (1995) ... Director / Sir Michael Jaffa
- Legal System (1995) ... Director / Sir Michael Jaffa
- Local Government (1995) ... Director / Sir Michael Jaffa
- Secrecy (1995) ... Director / Sir Michael Jaffa
- The Organisation (1995) ... Director / Sir Michael Jaffa
1987-1995 A Bit of Fry and Laurie (TV Series)...Various Characters
All 26 episodes
1994 A Pin for the Butterfly...Uncle
1994 The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends (TV Series)...Johnny Town-Mouse
- The Tale of Two Bad Mice and Johnny Town-Mouse (1994) ... Johnny Town-Mouse (voice)
1993 All or Nothing at All (TV Mini-Series)...Leo Hopkins
- Episode #1.3 (1993) ... Leo Hopkins
- Episode #1.2 (1993) ... Leo Hopkins
- Episode #1.1 (1993) ... Leo Hopkins
1993 The Legends of Treasure Island (TV Series)...Squire Trelawney
- The Beginning of the End (1993) ... Squire Trelawney (voice)
- The Fountain of Truth (1993) ... Squire Trelawney (voice)
- The Merman Prince (1993) ... Squire Trelawney (voice)
- The Labyrinth (1993) ... Squire Trelawney (voice)
- Now You See Me (1993) ... Squire Trelawney (voice)
- The Watch Tower (1993) ... Squire Trelawney (voice)
- Memories Are Made of This (1993) ... Squire Trelawney (voice)
- The Quest Begins (1993) ... Squire Trelawney (voice)
1990-1993 Jeeves and Wooster (TV Series)...Bertie Wooster
- The Ex's Are Nearly Married Off (or, the Ties That Bind) (1993) ... Bertie Wooster
- Totleigh Towers (or, Trouble at Totleigh Towers) (1993) ... Bertie Wooster
- Arrested in a Night Club (or, the Delayed Arrival) (1993) ... Bertie Wooster
- Honoria Glossop Turns Up (or, Bridegroom Wanted!) (1993) ... Bertie Wooster
- Lady Florence Craye Arrives in New York (or, the Once and Future Ex) (1993) ... Bertie Wooster
- Return to New York (1993) ... Bertie Wooster
- Aunt Dahlia, Cornelia and Madeline (or, Comrade Bingo) (1992) ... Bertie Wooster
- Sir Watkyn Bassett's Memoirs (or, Hot Off the Press) (1992) ... Bertie Wooster
- Bertie Takes Gussie's Place at Deverill Hall (or, Right Ho! Jeeves) (1992) ... Bertie Wooster
- Cyril and the Broadway Musical (or, Introduction on Broadway) (1992) ... Bertie Wooster
- Bertie Ensures Bicky Can Continue to Live in Manhattan (or, the Full House) (1992) ... Bertie Wooster
- Safety in New York (or, Bertie Sets Sail) (1992) ... Bertie Wooster
- Wooster with a Wife (or, Jeeves the Matchmaker) (1991) ... Bertie Wooster
- The Mysterious Stranger (or, Kidnapped) (1991) ... Bertie Wooster
- Chuffy (or, Jeeves in the Country) (1991) ... Bertie Wooster
- The Con (or, Pearls Mean Tears) (1991) ... Bertie Wooster
- The Bassetts' Fancy Dress Ball (or, A Plan for Gussie) (1991) ... Bertie Wooster
- The Silver Jug (or Jeeves Saves the Cow Creamer) (1991) ... Bertie Wooster
- Will Anatole Return to Brinkley Court? (or, the Matchmaker) (1990) ... Bertie Wooster
- How Does Gussie Woo Madeline? (or, Hunger Strike) (1990) ... Bertie Wooster
- The Village Sports Day at Twing (or, the Gambling Event) (1990) ... Bertie Wooster
- Bertie Is in Love (or, Golf Tournament) (1990) ... Bertie Wooster
- In Court After the Boat Race (or, Jeeves' Arrival) (1990) ... Bertie Wooster
1993 It's Your Choice: Selection Skills for Managers (Video short)...Ethelred the Unready
1992 Peter's Friends...Roger
1992 Annie Lennox: Walking on Broken Glass (Video short)...Prince George
1992 White Bear's Secret (TV Movie)...Owl (voice)
1991 Brown Bear's Wedding (TV Movie)...Owl / Mice (voice)
1989 Blackadder Goes Forth (TV Series)...Lieutenant The Honourable George Colthurst St. Barleigh
- Goodbyeee (1989) ... Lieutenant The Honourable George Colthurst St. Barleigh
- General Hospital (1989) ... Lieutenant The Honourable George Colthurst St. Barleigh
- Private Plane (1989) ... Lieutenant The Honourable George Colthurst St. Barleigh
- Major Star (1989) ... Lieutenant The Honourable George Colthurst St. Barleigh
- Corporal Punishment (1989) ... Lieutenant The Honourable George Colthurst St. Barleigh
- Captain Cook (1989) ... Lieutenant The Honourable George Colthurst St. Barleigh
1989 The New Statesman (TV Series)...Waiter
- The Haltemprice Bunker (1989) ... Waiter
1988 Blackadder's Christmas Carol (TV Short)...Princes Regent / Pigmot
1988 Les Girls (TV Series)...Mr. Mott
- Flowers (1988) ... Mr. Mott
1988 Blackadder: The Cavalier Years (TV Short)...Roundhead with Cromwell (uncredited)
1987 Black Adder the Third (TV Series)...The Prince Regent, their master
- Duel and Duality (1987) ... The Prince Regent, their master (as Mr. Hugh Laurie)
- Amy and Amiability (1987) ... The Prince Regent, their master (as Mr. Hugh Laurie)
- Sense and Senility (1987) ... The Prince Regent, their master (as Mr. Hugh Laurie)
- Nob and Nobility (1987) ... The Prince Regent, their master (as Mr. Hugh Laurie)
- Ink and Incapability (1987) ... The Prince Regent, their master (as Mr. Hugh Laurie)
- Dish and Dishonesty (1987) ... The Prince Regent, their master (as Mr. Hugh Laurie)
1987 The Laughing Prisoner (TV Movie)...Assistant
1987 Up Line (TV Movie)...Howard Caprice
1987 Filthy Rich & Catflap (TV Series)...Alfons N'Bend
- Episode #1.2 (1987) ... Alfons N'Bend
1986 Girls on Top (TV Series)...Tom
- Big Snogs (1986) ... Tom
1986 Kate Bush: Experiment IV (Video short)...Assistant 2
1986 Black-Adder II (TV Series)...Prince Ludwig / Simon Partridge
- Chains (1986) ... Prince Ludwig
- Beer (1986) ... Simon Partridge
1985 Happy Families (TV Series)...Jim
- Reunion (1985) ... Jim
- Edith (1985) ... Jim
1985 Mrs. Capper's Birthday (TV Movie)...Bobby
1983-1984 Alfresco (TV Series)...Various Characters / Mr. Baker / Jonathan / ...
- Episode #2.6 (1984) ... Various Characters
- Episode #2.5 (1984) ... Various Characters
- Episode #2.4 (1984) ... Various Characters
- Episode #2.3 (1984) ... Various Characters
- Episode #2.2 (1984) ... Various Characters
- Episode #2.1 (1984) ... Various Characters
- Episode #1.7 (1983) ... Various Characters
- Episode #1.6 (1983) ... Various Characters
- Episode #1.5 (1983) ... Various Characters
- Episode #1.4 (1983) ... Various Characters
- Episode #1.3 (1983) ... Various Characters
- Episode #1.2 (1983) ... Jonathan / Mr. Baker / Roger / ...
- Episode #1.1 (1983) ... Perfume Customer / Simon / Mr. Baker / ...
1984 The Young Ones (TV Series)...Lord Monty
- Bambi (1984) ... Lord Monty
1983 Keep Off the Grass (Short)...Man with Silly Hat
1983 The Crystal Cube (TV Movie)...Max Belhaven / Various Roles
1982 There's Nothing to Worry About! (TV Series)...Alan / Film Narrator / Taxi Driver / ...
- Episode #1.3 (1982) ... Alan / Film Narrator / Taxi Driver / ...
- Episode #1.2 (1982) ... Wally #3 / Ad Exec / Flower Seller / ...
- Episode #1.1 (1982) ... Mr. Gannet / DJ / David
1975 Who Sold You This, Then? (Video short)...Charlie Jenkins
2011 - Let Them Talk
2013 - Didn't It Rain
To see Then & Now pictures of Hugh Laurie, visit: Celebrity Nooz
--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Dabney Coleman - ALIVE
Sheree North - DEAD (Surgical complications)
Born: 01/17/1933 Died: 11/04/2005
Jack Lemmon - DEAD (Cancer)
Born: 02/08/1925 Died: 06/27/2001
WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...
José Pedro Pérez-Llorca, 78, Spanish lawyer, diplomat and politician, Deputy (1977-1982) and Minister of Foreign Affairs (1980-1982), Father of the 1978 Constitution.
Annie Brazil, 85, Filipino jazz singer, complications from pneumonia.
Les Carlyon, 76, Australian writer and newspaper editor (The Age, The Herald and Weekly Times).
Chu Shijian, 91, Chinese businessman (Hongtashan), complications from diabetes.
André Damien, 88, French lawyer and politician, Supreme Court Justice (1981-1997), mayor of Versailles (1977-1995), Deputy (1996-1997).
Moris Farhi, 84, Turkish author, heart disease.
Esteban Righi, 80, Argentine lawyer and politician, Minister of the Interior (1973) and Attorney General (2004-2012).
Sara Romweber, 55, American rock drummer (Let's Active), brain tumor.
Melina Sosa, 55, Argentine basketball player (Vélez Sarsfield, Racing), traffic collision.
Dieter Ziegler [de], 81, German politician.
King Kong Bundy, 61, American professional wrestler (WWF).
Eric Caldow, 84, Scottish footballer (Rangers, national team).
Edward Collins, 78, Irish politician, TD (1969-1987).
Kate Cook, 36, Australian singer and reality television contestant (Australian Idol).
Juan Corona, 85, Mexican serial killer.
Garfield Davies, Baron Davies of Coity, 83, British trade unionist (USDAW) and life peer.
Robert DeProspero, 80, American Secret Service agent, amyloidosis.
Keith Flint, 49, English singer (The Prodigy), suicide.
Art Hughes, 88, Canadian soccer player (Vancouver Firefighters).
Klaus Kinkel, 82, German politician, Minister of Justice (1991-1992) and Foreign Affairs (1992-1998), Vice Chancellor (1993-1998).
Dmitriy Koznov [ru], 93, Russian stage actor and television director.
V. Dhananjay Kumar, 67, Indian politician, MP (1991-2004), Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism (1996).
Ted Lindsay, 93, Canadian Hall of Fame ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Blackhawks), Stanley Cup winner (1950, 1952, 1954, 1955).
Luke Perry, 52, American actor (Beverly Hills, 90210, Riverdale, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), complications from a stroke.
Bill Playle, 80, New Zealand cricketer (national team).
Anthony Ríos [es], 68, Dominican actor and singer-songwriter.
Johnny Romano, 84, American baseball player (Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, St. Louis Cardinals).
Derek Aikman, 59, Belizean politician, MP (1984-1992).
Leo de Castro, 70, New Zealand singer and guitarist.
Ger Cusack, 77, Irish singer.
Martí Galindo, 81, Spanish stage actor.
José García Ladrón de Guevara, 89, Spanish poet and journalist, Senator (1979-2000).
Elva Martha García Rocha [es], 72, Mexican politician, founder of the Party of the Democratic Revolution and member of the Legislative Assembly of Mexico City (1997-2000).
Peter Hurford, 88, British organist and composer, complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Lee Wen, 61, Singaporean performance artist, lung infection.
Mike Oliver, 74, British disability rights activist.
Ian Thorpe, 88, New Zealand army officer.
Bharat Mohan Adhikari, 82, Nepalese politician, Minister of Finance (1994-1995), pneumonia.
Arnulf Baring, 86, German political scientist, historian and author.
Yannis Behrakis, 58, Greek photojournalist, cancer.
Keith Davis, 88, New Zealand rugby union player (Auckland, New Zealand Maori, national team).
Janice Freeman, 33, American singer and reality show contestant (The Voice), thrombosis.
Liam Gilmartin, 97, Irish Gaelic footballer (St. Dominics GAA).
Tullio Gregory, 90, Italian philosopher.
David Held, 68, British political scientist.
Fred Hill, 84, American baseball coach (Rutgers University).
Med Hondo, 82, Mauritanian-French film director (Soleil O, Sarraounia), screenwriter and actor (1871).
Ed Keats, 104, American rear admiral, complications from a fall.
János Koós, 81, Hungarian singer, parodist and actor.
Francisco Macri, 88, Italian-born Argentine businessman.
Vasyl Portyak [uk], 66, Ukrainian writer and screenwriter.
Ogden Reid, 93, American publisher, diplomat, and politician, Ambassador to Israel (1959-1961) and member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1963-1975).
Werner Schneyder, 82, Austrian writer, director and actor.
Beatriz Taibo [es], 86, Argentine actress (Los Pérez García).
Rafael Torija de la Fuente, 91, Spanish Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Santander (1969-1976) and Bishop of Ciudad Real (1976-2003).
Otto Trefný, 87, Czech politician, MP, physician of the national ice hockey team, member of the Czech Ice Hockey Hall of Fame.
Eduardo Vázquez, 37, Argentine DJ and musician, suicide.
Zhores Alferov, 88, Russian physicist and politician, MP (since 1995), Nobel Prize laureate (2000).
Kumar Bhattacharyya, Baron Bhattacharyya, 78, British-Indian engineer, educator and government advisor, member of the House of Lords (since 2004).
Jawaid Bhutto, 61, Pakistani philosopher, shot.
Dhritikanta Lahiri Choudhury, 87, Indian naturalist.
Joseph Flummerfelt, 82, American conductor, stroke.
Phaedon Georgitsis, 80, Greek actor (The Red Lanterns, Blood on the Land, Marijuana Stop!), brain cancer.
Suren Harutyunyan [ru], 79, Armenian politician, First Secretary of the Armenian Communist Party (1988-1990).
Maïmouna Kane [fr], 81, Senegalese politician, Minister of Social Development (1983-1988).
Ludo Loos, 64, Belgian racing cyclist.
Eusebio Pedroza, 65, Panamanian Hall of Fame boxer, WBA featherweight champion (1978-1985), pancreatic cancer.
Kevin Roche, 96, Irish-born American architect, Pritzker Prize winner (1982).
Polan Sarkar, 97, Bangladeshi social activist.
Mahadi Sinambela [id], 71, Indonesian politician, Minister of Youth and Sport (1999-2000).
Mike Tamoaieta, 23, Samoan-born New Zealand rugby union player (Blues, North Harbour).
Peter van Gestel, 81, Dutch author.
Mike Willesee, 76, Australian television journalist (This Day Tonight, Four Corners, A Current Affair), throat cancer.
Paul Williams, 78, English singer (Zoot Money's Big Roll Band, Juicy Lucy, Allan Holdsworth).
Hennric David Yeboah, 62, Ghanaian politician, MP (2004-2015).
Shah Alamgir, 62, Bangladeshi journalist, leukemia.
Xabier Arzalluz, 86, Spanish lawyer and academic, president of PNV (1980-1984, 1987-2004) and Deputy (1977-1980).
Tony Becca, 78, Jamaican sports journalist, complications from dengue fever.
María Ignacia Benítez, 60, Chilean politician.
Ed Bickert, 86, Canadian jazz guitarist.
Peter Dolby, 78, English footballer (Shrewsbury Town).
Stephan Ellis, 69, American rock bassist (Survivor).
Nedi Gampo [id], 53, Indonesian artist.
Didik Mangkuprojo [id], 80, Indonesian comedian.
Norma Paulus, 85, American lawyer and politician, Oregon Secretary of State (1977-1985), complications from dementia.
Jirí Pecha [cs], 74, Czech actor.
Barry Petersen, 85, Australian soldier and guerilla leader (Montagnard), cancer.
André Previn, 89, German-born American composer (Gigi, Elmer Gantry) and conductor (My Fair Lady), Oscar winner (1959, 1960, 1964, 1965).
Elliot Griffin Thomas, 92, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Saint Thomas (1993-1999).