Celebrity Justice

2020 In Memoriam – 60 Icons and star celebrities we lost in 2020

2020 ended, and with it, a brutal year has gone by. Last year we did a 25 icons we lost video, but sadly, this year we have to do a much larger video. As we have 60 icons we lost. An in memoriam for 2020 video that is heartbreaking as we say goodbye to the biggest stars of film, television, music, sports and cultural icons.

Of course many more people passed, and probably you will feel I missed someone from this list, but all in all, I decided on these 60 people with a big impact on our culture.
I hope you enjoy this In Memoriam video for Icons.

2020 In Memoriam – Cultural Icons we lost this past year

David Stern, 77, Commissioner of the NBA
Neil Peart, 67, HOF drummer and lyricist (Rush)
Terry Jones, 77, Comic actor, screenwriter, film director (Monty Python)
Kobe Bryant, 41, Basketball player (LA Lakers), Olympic champion (2008, 2012) Oscar winner (2018)
Mary Higgins Clark, 92, Author (A Stranger Is Watching)
Willie Wood, 83, HOF football player (Green Bay Packers)
Kirk Douglas, 103, Actor (Spartacus, Paths of Glory)
Robert Conrad, 84, Actor (Hawaiian Eye, The Wild Wild West)
Max von Sydow, 90, Actor (The Seventh Seal, The Exorcist)
Kenny Rogers, 81, HOF singer (“The Gambler”, “Just Dropped In”), songwriter and actor
Bill Withers, 81, Singer-songwriter (“Ain’t No Sunshine”)
Honor Blackman, 94, Actress (The Avengers, Goldfinger)
Brian Dennehy, 81, Actor (First Blood, Tommy Boy, Cocoon)
Willie Davis, 85, HOF football player (Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers)
Roy Horn, 75, Magician (Siegfried & Roy)
Little Richard, 87, HOF rock and roll singer (“Tutti Frutti”), pianist, songwriter and actor
Jerry Stiller, 92, Actor (Seinfeld, The King of Queens) and comedian
Fred Willard, 86, Actor (Best in Show, Modern Family)
Don Shula, 90, HOF football player (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Colts) and coach (Miami Dolphins)
Jerry Sloan, 78, Basketball player (Chicago Bulls) and HOF coach (Utah Jazz)
Mary Pat Gleason, 70, Actress (Guiding Light, A Cinderella Story, Mom)
Sir Ian Holm, 88, Actor (Alien, Chariots of Fire, The Lord of the Rings)
Joel Schumacher, 80, Film director (The Lost Boys, Falling Down, Batman Forever)
Carl Reiner, 98, Actor, film director and writer (The Dick Van Dyke Show, Ocean’s Eleven)
Wes Unseld, 74, HOF basketball player and coach
Ennio Morricone, 91, Film composer (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon a Time in the West)
Naya Rivera, 33, Actress (Glee, The Royal Family), model and singer
Kelly Preston, 57, Actress (Jerry Maguire, Sky High)
Al Kaline, 85, HOF baseball player (Detroit Tigers)
Regis Philbin, 88, Entertainer (Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire)
Dame Olivia de Havilland, 104, Actress (Gone with the Wind), Oscar winner
Sir Alan Parker, 76, Film director (Midnight Express, Pink Floyd – The Wall, Mississippi Burning)
Wilford Brimley, 85, Actor (The Natural, The Thing, Cocoon)
Trini Lopez, 83, Singer (“If I Had a Hammer”, “Lemon Tree”) and actor
Ben Cross, 72, Actor (Chariots of Fire, Star Trek, First Knight)
Chadwick Boseman, 43, Actor (Black Panther, 42, Get on Up)
Dame Diana Rigg, 82, Actress (The Avengers, Game of Thrones)
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
Sir Sean Connery, 90, Actor (Dr. No, The Untouchables, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade)
Eddie Van Halen, 65, HOF musician (Van Halen) and songwriter (“Eruption”, “Jump”)
Tony Lewis, 62, Bassist, singer and songwriter (The Outfield)
Spencer Davis, 81, Singer and guitarist (The Spencer Davis Group)
Whitey Ford, 91, HOF baseball player (New York Yankees), Cy Young Award, Multiple World Series champion
Joe Morgan, 77, HOF baseball player (Cincinnati Reds, Houston Astros, SF Giants), NL MVP and World Series champion
Fred Dean, 68, HOF football player (San Diego Chargers, SF 49ers)
Kenzō Takada, 81, Fashion designer, founder of Kenzo
Alex Trebek, 80, Game show host (Jeopardy!)
David Prowse, 85, Actor (Star Wars, A Clockwork Orange, Jabberwocky)
Tom Heinsohn, 86, HOF basketball player, coach (Boston Celtics), Multiple NBA Champion
Diego Maradona, 60, Footballer (Barcelona, Napoli, national team), World Cup winner (1986)
Jake Scott, 75, Football player (Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins), Super Bowl champion and MVP
Dawn Wells, 82, Actress (Gilligan’s Island)
Jeremy Bulloch, 75, Actor (Star Wars)
Charley Pride, 86, HOF singer (“Kiss an Angel Good Mornin'”)
Armando Manzanero, 85, Singer-songwriter (“Somos Novios)
Paolo Rossi, 64, Footballer (Juventus, national team), world champion (1982)
K. C. Jones, 88, HOF basketball player and coach, Olympic champion, Multi NBA champion
Brodie Lee, 41, PRO wrestler (AEW, WWE, ROH)
Chuck Yeager, 97, First person to exceed the speed of sound
Pierre Cardin, 98, Fashion designer

#2020YearInReview #InMemoriam #InMemoriam2020

May they rest in peace…

Video by
Guillermo Paz

Barely Small by Freedom Trail Studio
Bring me your sorrows and Coming Home by Dan Lebowitz
Just Stay by Aakash Gandhi

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

AOC Tells Rachel Maddow She Couldn’t Tell Good Cops From the Bad During Capitol Riot
Deion Sanders’ Priceless Boombox Stolen From Truck, ‘I Want That Back’
Best Action Movies 2020 Full Movie English Top Action Movies
Jason Statham Best Action Movies 2020 Full Movie English New Hollywood Action Movies 2020
‘Worst Cooks in America’ Winner Ariel Robinson Charged with Killing a Child

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *