March 22, 2019
This week's Where Are They Now featured celeb is none other than character acting legend and star of the NBC sitcom Night Court - Charles Robinson.
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Timothy Dalton: Played secret agent James Bond in the movies "The Living Daylights" and "License to Kill", also appeared in "The Rocketeer" and other movies
Irene Dunne: Starred in the movie "I Remember Mama"
Lauren Hutton: Former supermodel, appeared in the movie "American Gigolo" and the TV series "Paper Dolls"
(Answer at the bottom)
Learn More About and See Then and Now Pictures of Charles Robinson on Celebrity Nooz
BIRTH DATE: November 9, 1945 in Houston, Texas, USA
BIRTH NAME: Charles Robinson
CLAIM TO FAME: Charles Robinson is an American theater, television and film actor. He is best known for his role on the NBC sitcom Night Court as court clerk and Vietnam War veteran Macintosh "Mac" Robinson, from Seasons 2-9.
FAMILY LIFE: Robinson was married to Venus Duran, with whom he has three children. He is currently married to Dolorita Noonan and they have three children together.
INFO: As a teen, Robinson was a singer with the group Archie Bell and the Drells, and later with a group called Southern Clouds of Joy.
Enrolled in, Studio 7, an acting school operated by Chris Wilson at the Houston Music Theatre.
Worked at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Robinson appeared as "Troy" in August Wilson's Fences in Southern California's South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa.
In September 2013, he returned to the theater to portray Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman.
TRIVIA: Is a member of the Actors Studio.
Is considered by Playwright Lyle Kessler to be "one of the great American Actors."
Directed three episodes of Night Court.
Robinson received the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series.
WHERE IS HE NOW: Robinson is busier than ever these days! Robinson is in two films, Underwater Upside Down and Senior Entourage, both currently in post-production. Plus, he's been cast in the new television series Just South of Normal.
2019 Better Things (TV Series)...Sylvester
- Holding (2019) ... Sylvester
2017-2018 The Guest Book (TV Series)...Wilfred / Wilfrid
- Everybody Loves Clark (2018) ... Wilfrid (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Ten (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Nine (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Eight (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Seven (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Six (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Five (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Four (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Three (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story Two (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
- Story One (2017) ... Wilfred (as Charlie Robinson)
2018 NCIS (TV Series)...Ray Jennings
- Fragments (2018) ... Ray Jennings (as Charlie Robinson)
2018 This Is Us (TV Series)...Don Robinson
- Toby (2018) ... Don Robinson
- Katie Girls (2018) ... Don Robinson
2015-2018 Mom (TV Series)...Mr. Munson
- Go-Go Boots and a Butt Cushion (2018) ... Mr. Munson
- A Taco Bowl and a Tubby Seamstress (2018) ... Mr. Munson (as Charlie Robinson)
- Poodle Fuzz and a Twinge of Jealousy (2017) ... Mr. Munson
- Black Mold and an Old Hot Dog (2017) ... Mr. Munson (as Charlie Robinson)
- Mozzarella Sticks and a Gay Piano Bar (2015) ... Mr. Munson (as Charlie Robinson)
- Benito Poppins and a Warm Pumpkin (2015) ... Mr. Munson (as Charlie Robinson)
2017 Disjointed (TV Series)...Scooter Boots
- Donna Weed (2017) ... Scooter Boots (as Charlie Robinson)
2015-2017 K.C. Undercover (TV Series)...Othello King / Pops
- Out of the Water and Into the Fire (2017) ... Othello King
- Off the Grid (2015) ... Pops (as Charlie Robinson)
2017/II Maybe Someday...Edgar
2016 Grey's Anatomy (TV Series)...Leo Polson
- You're Gonna Need Someone on Your Side (2016) ... Leo Polson (as Charlie Robinson)
2016 Pee-wee's Big Holiday...Police Captain (as Charlie Robinson)
2015 How Sarah Got Her Wings...Max (as Charlie Robinson)
2015 Come Away With Me (Short)...Michael Blake
2013-2015 Key and Peele (TV Series)...Dying father / Pawn Shop Owner
- The End (2015) ... Dying father
- Episode #3.12 (2013) ... Pawn Shop Owner
2015 Sweet Kandy...Eddie Morehouse
2012-2015 Hart of Dixie (TV Series)...Sergeant Jeffries
- End of Days (2015) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Kablang (2014) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Second Chance (2014) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Back in the Saddle Again (2014) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- A Good Run of Bad Luck (2014) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Should've Been a Cowboy (2014) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- One More Last Chance (2014) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Something to Talk About (2014) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- How Do You Like Me Now? (2013) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Who Says You Can't Go Home (2013) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- On the Road Again (2013) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Why Don't We Get Drunk? (2013) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (2013) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Baby, Don't Get Hooked on Me (2012) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- Always on My Mind (2012) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
- I Fall to Pieces (2012) ... Sergeant Jeffries (as Charlie Robinson)
2015 Russell Madness...Mike (as Charlie Robinson)
2015 Hoovey...Coach Wilson
2007-2014 The Game (TV Series)...Thomas Pitts / Mr. Thomas Pitts
- The Jersey Episode: Part 1 (2014) ... Thomas Pitts (as Charlie Robinson)
- The Jersey Episode: Part 2 (2014) ... Thomas Pitts (as Charlie Robinson)
- Just the Three of Us (2008) ... Thomas Pitts (as Charlie Robinson)
- It's Hard Being Kelly Pitts (2007) ... Mr. Thomas Pitts
2012 Rosita Lopez for President (Short)...Thomas Hamilton
2012 Swerve (Video)...Charlie
2012 The Soul Man (TV Series)...Ike
- Lost in the Move (2012) ... Ike
2012 Falling Away...Mr. King
2011 Light, Streets of Redemption....Store Clerk (as Charlie Robinson)
2011 Harry's Law (TV series) ...Judge Marvin Baum
-Bangers in the House
2010 $#*! My Dad Says (TV series)...Mr. Campbell
-You Can't Handle the Truce
2010 Krews...Mr. Davis
2010 The Secret Life of the American Teenager (TV series)
-Ben There, Done That (2010) (as Charlie Robinson)
2009 Hank (TV series)...Reuben
-Relax, Don't Do It
2009 Big Love (TV series)
-Come, Ye Saints (2009) (as Charlie Robinson)
2009 Alligator Point (TV movie)
2007-2008 The Game (TV series)...Mr. Thomas Pitts
-Just the Three of Us
-It's Hard Being Kelly Pitts
2008 The House Bunny...Francis
2008 McBride: Requiem (TV movie)...Judge Jeffries
2008 Natural Disasters...Charlie
2007 Steam...Reverend Patterson
2007 King Baby (short)...Chuck
2007 My Name Is Earl (TV series)...Doctor
-Two Balls, Two Strikes
2007 The Riches (TV series)...Dr. Dibadeaux
-The Big Floss
2007 McBride: Dogged (TV movie)...Judge Jeffries
2006 Mercy Street...Mr. King
2006 How I Met Your Mother (TV series)...Bank President
2006/I Even Money...Coach Washington (as Charlie Robinson)
2004-2006 Still Standing (TV series)...Scully
-Still Bill's Dad
2005 Triple Cross (video)...Alex
2005 Cold Case (TV series)...Anton - 2005
2005 Taco! (short)...Detective Furlong
2005 House M.D. (TV series)...Robert
2005 Break a Leg...Captain Stevens (as Charlie Robinson)
2005 Charmed (TV series)...Mike
2005 Committed (TV series)...Marvin
-The Mother Episode
2005 River's End...Deputy 'Fetch'
2004 The Passage of Mrs. Calabash (short)...The Professor (as Charlie Robinson)
2004 The Bernie Mac Show (TV series)...Earl Davis
2003 Secret Santa (TV movie)...Russell (as Charlie Robinson)
2003 Carnivale (TV series)...Walter
2003 Andy Richter Controls the Universe (TV series)...Warden
-Charity Begins in Cellblock D
2003 Abby (TV series)...Hank Newton
-The Mama and the Papa
2003 Yes, Dear (TV series)...Goodwill Guy
2002 Miss Lettie and Me (TV movie)...Isaiah Griffin
2002 Santa, Jr. (TV movie)...Judge Wheeler (as Charlie Robinson)
2002 Antwone Fisher...Howard (as Charlie Robinson)
2002 My Wife and Kids (TV series)...Joe Kyle
-Failure to Communicate
2001 Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (TV series)...Officer Harris
-Should I Stay or Should I Go?
2001 First Years (TV series)...Judge
-The First Thing You Do
2001 Soul Food (TV series)...Reverend Pryor
-Take Me to the Water
2001 DAG (TV series)...Russell Daggett
-Mr. Daggett Goes to Washington
2001 Scam (short)...Larry The Lawyer
2001 The Trouble with Normal (TV series)...Mr. Lindquist
2000 The Last Dance (TV movie)...Ned (as Charlie Robinson)
2000 The Playaz Court...Ike
1995-1999 Home Improvement (TV series)...Bud Harper
1999 Touched by an Angel (TV series)...Cyrus
-Black Like Monica
1999 Beowulf...Weaponsmaster (as Charlie Robinson)
1999 Malevolence...Henry Wilson (as Charlie Robinson)
1998 Land of the Free...Matt McCaster (as Charlie Robinson)
1998 Buddy Faro (TV series)...El Jefe
1997-1998 Malcolm & Eddie (TV series)...Marcus McGee
-The Courtship of Eddie's Mother
1996 Set It Off...Nate Andrews (as Charlie Robinson)
1996 The Crew (TV series)...Reverend Edwards
-The Man We Love
1996 In the House (TV series)...Major
-A Major Problem
1996 Project: ALF (TV movie)...Dr. Stanley
1996 The John Larroquette Show (TV series)...Norm
-John's Lucky Day
1996 Ink (TV series)...Ernie Trainor
1992-1995 Love & War (TV series)...Abe Johnson
1995 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (TV series)...Ernest
-To Thine Own Self Be Blue... and Gold
1993 CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV series)...Sam Raynor
1984-1992 Night Court (TV series)...Mac Robinson
1990 Murder C.O.D. (TV movie)...Lt. Silk
1988 Crash Course (TV movie)...Larry Pearle
1986 Hotel (TV series)
-Hidden Talents (1986) (as Charlie Robinson)
1984 The River...Truck
1983-1984 Buffalo Bill (TV series)...Newdell
1982 St. Elsewhere (TV series)...Bill Austin
-Tweety and Ralph
1982 Rehearsal for Murder (TV movie)...The Second Officer (as Charlie Robinson)
1982 Hill Street Blues (TV series)...Roy
1981 Flamingo Road (TV series)...Phil
1980 Haywire (TV movie)...Male Nurse
1979 Buffalo Soldiers (TV movie)...Pvt. Wright
1979 Roots: The Next Generations (TV mini-series)...Luke Bettiger
1979 Lou Grant (TV series)...Don
-Vet (1979) (as Charlie Robinson)
1978 The White Shadow (TV series)...Jackie Solomon
1978 Gray Lady Down...McAllister (as Charlie Robinson)
1978 King (TV mini-series)...Detective Ed Redditt
1977 The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald (TV movie)...Melvin Johnson
1977 A Killing Affair (TV movie)...Buck Fryman (as Charlie Robinson)
1975 Caribe (TV series)...Kishara
1975 The Black Gestapo...Colonel Kojah (as Charles P. Robinson)
1974 Sugar Hill...Fabulous (as Charles P. Robinson)
1973 Set This Town on Fire (TV movie)...Brad Wells
1971 Ironside (TV series)...Bernie Simmons
-Class of '57
1971 Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law (TV series)...Cal Morgan
-The Forest and the Trees
1971 Drive, He Said...Jollop
To see Then & Now pictures of Charles Robinson, visit: Celebrity Nooz
--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Timothy Dalton - ALIVE
Irene Dunne - DEAD (Heart failure)
Born: 12/20/1901 Died: 09/04/1990
Lauren Hutton - ALIVE
WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...
Anatoly Adoskin, 91, Russian actor (Seven Old Men and a Girl, The Brothers Karamazov, Moscow-Cassiopeia), People's Artist of the Russian Federation (1996).
Randy Jackson, 93, American baseball player (Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians).
Donald Kalpokas, 75, ni-Vanuatu politician, Prime Minister (1991, 1998-1999).
Nobuhiko Higashikuni, 74, Japanese Imperial prince.
Pierre Chanoine-Martiel [fr], 91, French pilot.
Terje Nilsen, 67, Norwegian singer-songwriter.
Arthur Bartman, 46, South African footballer (Kaizer Chiefs, Maritzburg United).
Thanasis Giannakopoulos, 88, Greek businessman (Panathinaikos A.O.).
Chuck Harmon, 94, American baseball player (Cincinnati Redlegs, St. Louis Cardinals).
Marlen Khutsiev, 93, Georgian-born Russian film director (I Am Twenty, July Rain, Infinitas), People's Artist of the USSR (1986).
Brenda Muntemba, 48, Zambian diplomat, High Commissioner to Kenya, traffic collision.
Mick Murphy, 77, English rugby player (St Helens).
Ian Thorogood, 82, Australian football player (Melbourne) and coach (Carlton).
Makota Valdina [pt], 75, Brazilian Mãe-de-santo and activist.
György Baló, 71, Hungarian broadcaster.
John Carl Buechler, 66, American visual effects artist and film director (Troll, Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood), prostate cancer.
Marcel-Pierre Cléach, 86, French politician, Senator (1995-2014), mayor of Lombron (1995-2011).
Jackie Fahey, 91, Irish politician, Teachta Dála (1965-1992).
José Galat [es], 90, Colombian politician and academic.
Leif Henriksson, 75, Swedish ice hockey player (Frölunda HC).
Roger Kirby, 79, American professional wrestler (NWA, WWA), pneumonia.
Roy McDowell, 71, Scottish footballer (Berwick Rangers).
Pioneerof the Nile, 13, American racing thoroughbred, heart attack.
Kenneth To, 26, Hong Kong-born Australian swimmer, Youth Olympics champion (2010).
Augusto Victa, 87, Filipino radio drama actor.
Gil da Costa Alves [de], 60, East Timorese politician and entrepreneur.
Jorge Insunza Becker, 82, Chilean engineer and politician, Deputy (1969-1973).
Ulf Bengtsson, 59, Swedish table tennis player.
Dan Blankenship, 95, Canadian treasure hunter (Oak Island).
Bill Burlison, 88, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Missouri's 10th district (1969-1981).
Mick Carley, 78, Irish Gaelic footballer (Westmeath).
Cristina Cervià Sancho [ca], 53, Spanish actress (Exorcismus).
René Fontès [fr], 77, French politician.
Víctor Genes, 57, Paraguayan football player (Cerro Porteño) and manager (Trinidense, national team), heart attack.
Norman Hollyn, 66, American film and television editor (Heathers, Wild Palms, The Equalizer), coronary embolism and cardiac arrest.
Viktor Kutergin [ru], 66, Russian hockey player (Dinamo-Energija Yekaterinburg).
Cino Marchese, 81, Italian sport manager.
Mario Marenco [it], 85, Italian actor (In the Pope's Eye, Sing) and comedian (Another Side of Sunday).
João Carlos Marinho, 83, Brazilian writer (O Gênio do Crime)
Paul-André Massé, 71, Canadian politician.
Wolfgang Meyer, 64, German clarinetist.
Philippe Mohlitz [fr], 78, French artist.
Manohar Parrikar, 63, Indian politician, MP (2014-2017), Minister of Defence (2014-2017) and Chief Minister of Goa (2000-2005, 2012-2014, since 2017), pancreatic cancer.
Osvaldo Raffo [es], 88, Argentine medical examiner, expert witness at death of Alberto Nisman trial, suicide by gunshot.
Enrico Riccardi [it], 84, Italian composer and lyricist.
Chinmoy Roy, 79, Indian actor (Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne, Ekhoni, Subarna Golak), heart attack.
Richie Ryan, 90, Irish politician, Teachta Dála (1959-1982), MEP (1973-1977, 1979-1982) and Minister for Finance (1973-1977).
William Sabatier [fr], 95, French actor (The Sleeping Car Murders, The Clockmaker, Flic Story).
José Musalem Saffie [es], 94, Chilean politician, Senator (1965-1973) and Deputy (1953-1965).
Yuri Schiller [ru], 76, Russian film documentary director.
Peter Semyonov [ru], 84, Russian writer and translator.
Viktor Solntzev [ru], 72, Russian athletics coach.
Bernie Tormé, 66, Irish guitarist, singer and songwriter (Gillan, Guy McCoy Tormé, Desperado), pneumonia.
Yuya Uchida, 79, Japanese singer (Flower Travellin' Band) and actor (Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, Black Rain), pneumonia.
David White, 79, American singer-songwriter (Danny & the Juniors, The Spokesmen).
Andre Williams, 82, American R&B musician ("Shake a Tail Feather"), colon cancer.
Tunku Puan Zanariah, 78, Malaysian royal, Raja Permaisuri Agong (1984-1989).
Dick Dale, 81, American guitarist and surf music pioneer ("Let's Go Trippin'", "Misirlou"), heart failure.
Larry DiTillio, 71, American television writer (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Beast Wars: Transformers, Babylon 5).
Richard Erdman, 93, American actor (Community, Stalag 17, Tora! Tora! Tora!).
Joe Fafard, 76, Canadian sculptor, stomach cancer.
Bengt Gustafsson, 85, Swedish military officer, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces (1986-1994).
Barbara Hammer, 79, American filmmaker (Nitrate Kisses, Tender Fictions), ovarian cancer.
Tom Hatten, 92, American actor (The Secret of NIMH) and media personality (KTLA, KNX).
Gilbert Hottois, 72, Belgian philosopher.
Yann-Fañch Kemener, 61, French singer.
Alan Krueger, 58, American economist, suicide.
Mohamed Mahmoud Ould Louly, 76, Mauritanian military officer and politician, Chairman of the Military Committee for National Salvation (1979-1980).
Yulia Nachalova, 38, Russian singer, actress and television presenter, cerebral edema.
Virachai Plasai, 58, Thai diplomat, myelodysplastic syndrome.
Stephen Rolfe Powell, 67, American glass artist.
Luca Alinari, 75, Italian painter.
Juan Manuel Arza Muñuzuri [es], 86, Spanish politician, President of Navarre (1980-1984).
Atta Elayyan, 33, Kuwaiti-born New Zealand footballer (national futsal team) and IT entrepreneur, shot.
Okwui Enwezor, 55, Nigerian art critic and writer, curator of the Venice Biennale (2015), cancer.
Dave Hood Jr., 64, American politician, member of the Florida House of Representatives (2012-2014), brain cancer.
Lam Jones, 60, American sprinter and football player (New York Jets, Dallas Cowboys), Olympic champion (1976), myeloma.
Helena Khan, 91, Bangladeshi children's writer.
Wieslaw Kilian, 66, Polish politician, member of the Sejm (2005-2007, 2010-2011), Senator (since 2011).
Patty Klein, 73, Dutch poet and comics writer (Noortje).
Derek Lewin, 88, English footballer (Bishop Auckland, Great Britain Olympic football team).
Günther Lohre, 65, German Olympic athlete (1976).
W. S. Merwin, 91, American poet, Pulitzer winner (1971, 2009).
Dominique Noguez, 76, French writer, Prix Femina winner (1997).
Ron Peplow, 83, English footballer (Brentford).
Y. S. Vivekananda Reddy, 68, Indian politician, member of the Lok Sabha (1999-2009), stabbed.
Jean-Pierre Richard, 96, French literary critic.
Tom K. Ryan, 92, American cartoonist (Tumbleweeds).
Ezequiel Santiago, 45, American politician, member of the Connecticut House of Representatives (since 2009), heart attack.
Gerhard Skiba, 71, Austrian politician, mayor of Braunau am Inn (1989-2010).
Mike Thalassitis, 26, English-born Cypriot footballer (Boreham Wood, Ebbsfleet United) and reality show personality (Love Island), suicide by hanging.
Surinarayan Venkatrathnam, 84, South African political prisoner and writer.
Paul Adams, 82, American football player and coach (Deerfield High School).
Birch Bayh, 91, American politician, U.S. Senator (1963-1981), member (1954-1962) and Speaker (1958-1960) of the Indiana House of Representatives, pneumonia.
Rosamma Chacko, 91, Indian politician, MLA (1982-1997).
Godfried Danneels, 85, Belgian Roman Catholic cardinal, Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels (1979-2010).
Terry Donahue, 93, Canadian baseball player (Peoria Redwings).
Thomas Goddard, 81, Polish-born New Zealand jurist, Chief Employment Court Judge (1989-2005).
Henry S. Horn, 77, American ecologist.
Paul Hutchins, 73, British tennis player, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Joe Knowland, 88, American actor (Escape from Alcatraz, Little Miss Marker) and newspaper publisher (Oakland Tribune).
Masahiko Kobe, 49, Japanese chef.
Pat Laffan, 79, Irish actor (Father Ted, The Snapper).
Mate Mahadevi, 74, Indian Hindu sect leader, author and Lingayatism activist, sepsis.
Ralph Metzner, 82, American psychologist.
Ilona Novák, 93, Hungarian swimmer, Olympic champion (1952).
Onigu Otite, 80, Nigerian sociologist.
Jake Phelps, 56, American skateboarder and magazine editor (Thrasher).
Anita Silvers, 78, American philosopher.
Michael Skråmo, 33, Norwegian Islamic militant (ISIL).
Lester H. Smith, 76, American oil executive and philanthropist.
Jan Šplíchal [cs], 89, Czech photographer and photomontagist.
Charlie Whiting, 66, British motorsports director, FIA Formula 1 race director (since 1997), pulmonary embolism.
Stanislav Zindulka [cs], 86, Czech actor, Czech Lion and Thalia Award recipient.
Keith Butler, 80, British racing cyclist.
Frank Cali, 53, American mobster, head of Gambino crime family (since 2015), shot.
Edmund Capon, 78, British-born Australian art historian and curator, director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales (1978-2011), melanoma.
Zofia Czerwinska [pl], 85, Polish actress (A Generation, Ashes and Diamonds, The Pianist).
Beril Dedeoglu, 57, Turkish politician and academic, Minister of European Union Affairs (2015), brain hemorrhage.
Harry Hughes, 92, American politician, Governor of Maryland (1979-1987), member of the Maryland House of Delegates (1955-1959) and Senate (1959-1971).
Ghazali Jaafar, 75, Filipino militant (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) and politician, Speaker of the Bangsamoro Parliament (since 2019), kidney failure.
Demie Mainieri, 90, American Hall of Fame baseball coach (Miami Dade College).
Ken McKinnon, 82, Canadian politician, Commissioner of Yukon (1986-1995), member of the Yukon Territorial Council (1961-1964, 1967-1978).
Areg Nazaryan [hy], 54, Armenian musician, composer and film director.
Joseph Hanson Kwabena Nketia, 97, Ghanaian ethnomusicologist and composer.
Carlos Ossa Escobar [es], 71, Colombian economist and politician, Comptroller General (1998-2002).
Andrea Pollack, 57, German swimmer, Olympic champion (1976, 1980), cancer.
Valeriy Potanin [ru], 64, Russian stage actor and director.
Leroy Stanton, 72, American baseball player (New York Mets, California Angels, Seattle Mariners), traffic collision.