In 2019, we had to shed tears for many celebrities. Though the year has been happening for the global entertainment world, it made us cry many a time. in 2019, we lost many popular celebrities who have left a void in the world.
Today, let’s have a look at the name of those celebrities who left the world in 2019 after having written history in their successful career.
Cameron Boyce- The 20-year-old actor left the world shockingly on July 6.
Arte Johnson- the prolific actor of Hollywood died this year. He was 90 years old.
Beth Chapman- ‘The Dog the Bounty Hunter’ actress died on June at the age of 51.
Max Wright- Best known for sitcom ‘ALF’, the veteran actor left the world on June 26
Gloria Vanderbilt- The American fashion icon died at 95 on June 17.
Franco Zeffirelli- Best known for the direction of Romeo and Juliet, the Italian director took his last breath on June 15.
Edith Gonzales- Edith lost a 3-year long battle with cancer on June 13 and slept forever.
Bushwick Bill- The famous rapper died at the age of 52 on June 10 and left the world in grief.
Mary Duggar- the grandmother of The Duggers family, Mary left the world on June 9.
Dr. John- The legendary musician bid the world adieu on June 6.
Paul Darrow- the handsome British actor took his last breath on June 4. He was 78 years old.
Daniel Wright- After battling with Leukaemia for almost 2 years, Daniel left the world in May 2019.
Carmine Caridi- ‘The Godfather’ famed actor died at 83 on May 28.
Niki Lauda- The Australian car-racing champion took his last breath in May. He was 70 years old.
Tim Conway- The man, who made us laugh our heart out with his witty comedy, died on May 14 at the age of 85.
Doris Day- One of the most loved actresses in 1950s, Doris left the world on May 13 at 97.
Peggy Lipton- ‘Twin Peaks’ famed actress Peggy died on May 11 at the age of 72.
Peter Mayhew- Best known for his jaw-breaking acting in English cinema, the actor took his last breath on April 30 at the age of 74.
Alvin Sargent- Two-timed Oscar winner Alvin Sargent bid the world adieu on May 9. He was 92 years old.
John Singleton- This Oscar-nominated director died of a major stroke on April 29. He was the first black director to win an Oscar nomination.