April 20: Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, a middleweight boxer who was wrongly convicted of murder in the 1960s and spent 19 years in prison. He was profiled in the 1975 Bob Dylan song "Hurricane" and the 1999 film "The Hurricane" starring Denzel Washington.
April 8: The Ultimate Warrior, one of professional wrestling’s biggest superstars, died at age 54.
April 7: Peaches Geldof, model, TV personality and daughter of Irish musician and Live Aid organizer Bob Geldof
April 6: Mickey Rooney, legendary actor who had more than 200 film credits and was awarded two honorary Oscars.
April 5: John Pinette, comedian
March 30: Kate O'Mara, British actress best know for her role in the 1980s soap opera 'Dynasty'
March 27: James Schlesinger, former CIA director, defense secretary (under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford) and the nation's first energy secretary (under President Jimmy Carter)
March 25: Ralph Wilson, longtime Buffalo Bills owner and co-founder of the American Football League
March 23: Dave Brockie, Gwar lead singer
March 23: James Rebhorn, actor, "Scent of a Woman", "Seinfeld"
March 20: Fred Phelps, American pastor who headed the Westboro Baptist Church
March 17: L'Wren Scott, fashion designer
March 15: David Brenner, comedian, guest on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show"
March 10: Author Joe McGinniss, who wrote "Fatal Vision" and other books, died at age 71 after battling prostate cancer for two years.
March 9: William Guarnere, a World War II veteran popularized by the "Band of Brothers" miniseries died at age 90.
March 9: Sheila MacRae, actress, "The Honeymooners", "The Jackie Gleason Show", "I Love Lucy", "Murder She Wrote"
March 9: William Clay Ford Sr., director emeritus of Ford Motor Company, owner of the Detroit Lions and last surviving grandson of Henry Ford
Feb. 26: Tim Wilson, comedian and musician
Feb 26: Legendary Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia
Feb. 24: Harold Ramis, actor, writer and director ("Ghostbusters," "Groundhog Day," "Caddyshack")
Feb. 22: Maria von Trapp, last of the Trapp Family Singers featured in the play and film "The Sound of Music."
Feb. 21: Garrick Utley, former broadcast news reporter and anchor who served NBC News as a foreign correspondent for decades before reporting for ABC and CNN
Feb. 18: Bob Casale (L), guitarist for the band Devo
Feb. 13: Ralph Waite, actor from "The Waltons" and other shows
Feb. 12: Sid Caesar, pioneering TV comedian
Feb. 11: Actress Shirley Temple
Feb. 6: Ralph Kiner, Baseball Hall of Fame outfielder and longtime New York Mets broadcaster
Feb. 3: Joan Mondale, wife of former Vice President Walter Mondale
Feb. 2: Philip Seymour Hoffman, actor best known for his Oscar-winning role in "Capote"
Jan. 31: Maximilian Schell, actor best known for his Oscar-winning role in 1961's "Judgment at Nuremberg"
Jan. 31: Anna Gordy Gaye, ex-wife of singer Marvin Gaye and inspiration for songs including "Pride and Joy" and "You're a Wonderful One." She was also the sister of Motown founder Berry Gordy, who she is pictured with here.
Jan 28: Pete Seeger, folk singer
Jan. 16: Russell Johnson, better known as "The Professor" on the hit TV series "Gilligan's Island."
Jan. 11: Ariel Sharon, who served as a military and political leader in Israel for half a century.
Jan. 10: Larry Speakes, who served as President Ronald Reagan's press secretary.
Jan. 5: Eusebio da Silva Ferreira, soccer legend from Portugal
Jan. 3: Phil Everly, half of musical duo the Everly Brothers
Jan. 3: Alicia Rhett, actress best known as India Wilkes in "Gone With the Wind"