So sad. R.I.P. Brad!
And now it seems we have lost Ray Lovelock too.
Gutted to hear this.
Yep and only 67 years old. Cancer it seems. Now that’s bloody sad…
Oh no… that’s horrible news…
67 is relatively young these days, and it’s sad that he never got to enjoy his golden years.
Yes R.I.P . He did enjoy a cig or two.
Just notice the master composer Luis Bacalov died, sad news from one the big names of our beloved genre
Lovelock and Bacalov gone in quick succession. Terrible news.
Yeah that’s rotten.
These losses seem to be coming thick and fast at the moment.
cant believe it
To Malcom Young, I can only say thank you!
RIP Johnny Hallyday
Much more of a star in the French speaking world obviously but sad to read this earlier.
It seems France remembered Johnny Hallyday today with an entourage of bikers and a sign on the Eiffle Tower. A fitting sendoff to France’s Elvis
and yesterday it became known: Thomas Hunter
Here’s the lowdown…
Too many names…
John Mahoney, star of many films over a distinguished career but probably best known for his role on Frasier as Frasier Crane’s father, retired Seattle cop Martin “Marty” Crane, passed away on Sunday. He was 77.
Terribly sad, this. Frasier is a huge favourite of mine. I can’t sleep without a DVD of some sort playing in the background and Frasier is to this day a nightly favourite among a handful of other shows. We probably watch the series in its eleven-season entirety at least twice a year. We know every word and, once you know a piece like that, the characters start to just feel like old friends in the room. If I’d had a dad worthy of the title, I would’ve been happy if he’d been anything like Marty Crane. Besides all that, John Mahoney was a canny character actor who brought something to every role, even if it was a cameo.
Wonderful actor! I just watched him in In the Line of Fire. I’m a big fan of Frasier, too.
“Private Pyle, I’m gonna give you three seconds, exactly three f#cking seconds to wipe that stupid looking grin off your face or I will gouge out your eyeballs and skull-f#ck you! ONE! TWO! THREE!”
R. Lee Ermey has died from complications following a bout of pneumonia. He was 74.