Through the Halfway Year, we've already lost several stars in Hollywood. Here is a list of some of the celebrities and industry professionals in film, TV, music and sports that have gone so far in 2018.
John Paul Stewar
Former child actor John Paul Stever starred in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and recently rock band P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S. Johnny Jules, stage name on January 1, died on January 1.
B-Movie Studio Crown International Pictures President and CEO Mark Tensor, Died On January 1st. At their request did not reveal their age.
Frank Buckston, writer and director, is known for his work as "The Add Couple" and "Happy Days". Died On January 2, he was 87 years old.
The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Baptiste at the "Battlestar Galactica" reboot. Canadian actor Donnelly Rhodes, who played Sherman Cottal, Died On January 8, he was 80 years old.
John Thompson, chief producer and chief of production at Millennium Films, Died On January 9 after the war in Leukemia. He was 71 years old.
"Fast" Eddie Clark
Motorhead guitarist "Fast" Eddie Clark Died He was admitted to a pneumonia hospital on January 10 at 67. He was the last member of the band's 1976-1982 team.
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The lead singer Dolores O'Reilly is the leading Irish rock band, The Cranberry, for hits such as "Linger," "Dreams" and "Zombie,". Died On January 15th at age 46. She suddenly died while recording in London.
Jo Joe White
Hall of Fame basketball player Joe Joe White for the Boston Celtics, Died Cancer on January 16. He was 71 years old.
Hugh Wilson, the comedy director of "Hospital Academy" and "The First Wives Club" and the creator of the hit TV series "Cincinnati in WKRP" Died On January 16, she was 74 years old.
Cult British actor Peter Wingard, who has been inspired by Mike Myers for Austin Powers, Died On January 18, he was 90 years old.
Hollywood glamor Queen Dorothy Malone, who won the 1956 Best Supporting Actress Oscar Award for "Written on the Wind", died on January 19 for natural causes. He was 92 years old.
Chicago rapper Fred Santana, who came with his cousin Chief Keyf, Died Died on January 20th. Immediately did not reveal the cause of death, but in October, Santhana was admitted to hospital due to the failure of the kidney and liver. He is 27 years old.
The late flowering actress Connie Sawyer starred in "When Harry Met Sally" and "Pineapple Express". Died On January 22nd. He was 105, and the oldest member of the Screen Actors Guild.
Larry White, a singer named "Now Na No" and "That's My Baby," and "Cast Away" and "No Regrets" Died On January 23 after the war with cancer. He was 52 years old.
Ursula K. Le Guine
Ursula K. Le Guinn, a well-known fantasy and science fiction writer, Died At her home in Portland, Oregon on January 23. He was 88 years old.
Joel Taylor, star of the Discovery Channel reality show "Storm Chassers" Died On January 23, he was 38 years old.
Louis Zorich, star of "Mad About You" and "Fiddler on the Roof" Died On January 30, she married "Moonstroak" star Olympia Ducacis since 1962.
Former baby star Anne Gillis, who appeared in the Golden Age of Hollywood and in Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey,". Died On January 31. She was 90 years old.
Former NBA star Racial Butler Killed In a car accident on January 31. He is 38 years old.
Between 1968 and 1984, Dennis Edwards, lead singer of The Temptations of Motown Soul Group, Died On February 2. One day before their 75th birthday.
John Mahoney plays Martin Crane in "Frazier" and starred in "Moonstroke" and "Tin Men". Died On February 4th. He is 77 years old.
Mickey Jones, best known for his role in "Total Recall" and "Sling Blade" Died After "long illness" on February 7. He was 76 years old.
Senior studio executive, producer and former managing actress and activist Jill Messic Rose McGowan, Committed suicide On February 8th. The Messic family is devastating Statement Specifically threatening Messik with the fight between Rose McGowan and Harvey Weinstein, alleging "the willingness to actually accept our new culture and statements of unlimited data sharing." She was 50 years old.
Margot Kidder, who played Lois Lane in the original "Superman" films and died on May 13 in "Sisters" and "The Amityville Horror". He was 69 years old.