2001 in American Television - Deaths

Deaths

  • January 1 – Ray Walston, 86, actor (My Favorite Martian )
  • January 18 – Al Waxman, 65, actor (Lt. Samuels on Cagney & Lacey)
  • February 20 – Bob Weiskopf, 86, writer (I Love Lucy)
  • February 27 – Stan Margulies, 80, producer (Roots, The Thorn Birds)
  • March 8 – Edward Winter, 63, actor
  • March 12 – Morton Downey, Jr., 67, television personality
  • March 15 – Ann Sothern, 92, actress (Private Secretary, My Mother the Car)
  • March 21 – Norma MacMillan, 79, voice actor
  • March 22 – William Hanna, 90, cofounder (with Joseph Barbera) of famous Hanna-Barbera animation studio
  • April 11 – George Hersee, 76, BBC engineer who designed Test Card F
  • April 15 – Joey Ramone, 49, actor/songwriter of the Ramones
  • May 2 – Ted Rogers, 65, Comedian and host of 3-2-1
  • May 12 – Perry Como, 88, singer, TV host
  • May 19 – Pat Falken Smith, 75, soap opera writer
  • May 22 – Whitman Mayo, 70, actor (Grady Wilson on Sanford and Son)
  • May 23 - Harry Townes, 86, actor The Fugitive
  • May 31 – Arlene Francis, 93, actress and game show panelist (What's My Line?)
  • June 2 – Imogene Coca, 92, actress and comedienne (Your Show of Shows)
  • June 21 – Carroll O'Connor, 76, actor who played Archie Bunker on All in the Family
  • August 3 – Christopher Hewett, 79, actor (Mr. Belvedere)
  • August 4 – Lorenzo Music, 64, writer and actor who co-created The Bob Newhart Show and did the voices of Carlton the doorman on Rhoda and Garfield the cat in the animated version of Jim Davis comic character
  • August 25 – Aaliyah, 22, singer
  • September 3 - Thuy Trang, 27, actress (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)
  • September 11 – David Angell, 55, writer (Cheers, Frasier), killed in the World Trade Center attacks
  • October 9 – Dagmar, 79, 1950s television sex symbol
  • October 15 – Ralph Levy, 81, director
  • October 17 – Jay Livingston, 86, songwriter (themes to Bonanza and Mister Ed)
  • November 29- George Harrison 58 songwriter The Beatles guest on the The Ed Sullivan Show
  • December 22 – Lance Loud, 50, member of the family documented in An American Family
  • December 26 - Nigel Hawthorne, 72, actor (Yes, Prime Minister)

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