Celebrities and Personalities who we lost to COVID-19
Died on March 24, 2020
Terrence McNally is known for his work in “Master Class”, “Love! Valour! Compassion!” and “Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune”. He was four-time Tony Award winning playwright.
Died on March 23, 2020
Lucia Bosè worked in the movies such as “Story of a Love Affair”, “Death of Cyclist”. She died of pneumonia after contracting Covid-19.
Died on March 26, 2020
Mark Blum starred in movies such as “Desperately seeking Susan”, “Crocodile Dundee”. And his latest work was Lifetime/Netflix series “You”. He won an Obie Award for his role in the play Gus and Al.
Died on March 29, 2020
Maria Mercader was a CBS News veteran, worked as a reporter and a talent director for 30 years. She won a business Emmy Award in 2004.
Died on March 29, 2020
Joe Diffie was an American country music singer and songwriter. He won a Grammy Award in 1998.
Died on March 29, 2020
Alan Merril was an American rock musician, who co-wrote and recorded the original version of “I love Rock n Roll”.
Died on March 29, 2020
Ken Shimura was a Japanese Comedian, who worked in films such as “Poppoya”, “ The Lorex”, “Yell”,etc
Died on March 31, 2020
Andrew Jack was a dialect coach. He was recently hired for Robert Pattinson’s, the new “Batman” movie. He also worked in “Star Wars: Episode VII”.
Died on April 1, 2020
Adam Chlesinger was an American songwriter, who was a founding member of the bands “Fountains of Wayne”, “Ivy” and “Tinted Windows”. He won three Emmy Awards and a Grammy Award.
Died on April 2, 2020
Patricia Bosworth was an American journalist who penned celebrity biographies and won the Front Page Award for her journalistic achievement.
Died on April 7
Allen Daviau was an American cinematographer best known for his collaborated work with Steven Spielberg on films such as “E.T. The Extra Terrestial”,“The Color Purple” and “Empire of the Sun”. He was nominated five times for the Academy Awards and two times for the British Academy Film Awards, with one win.
Died on April 21, 2020
Matteo De Cosmo was a New-York based Art Director, who contributed in films such as “Emergence”, “The Punisher” and “Luke Cage”.
Died on Dec10, 2020
Carol Sutton was an American actress who acted in HBO’s “Lovecraft Country” and OWN’s “Queen Sugar” and contributed in films such as “Monster’s Ball”, “Ray” and “The Help”.
Died on Dec 12, 2020
Charley Pride was a performer who won four Grammys. He died after just weeks after his last performance at the CMA Awards show.