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    Another icon of my formative years bites the dust. Great stage presence. RIP.
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    Wow, shocking. RIP.
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    Awww, Bob Brozman died. Beautiful musician. All the bro's who slap and pop their way to their girlfriend's knickers on a $100 acoustic guitar owe a gigantic debt.

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    James Gandolfini passes away

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    gutted, so bummed out. RIP
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    Hadn't noticed, but Tom Sharpe died about a month ago. I guess he's not really a fashionable author any more, which is why his death doesn't seem to have created any ripples. Still, he wrote some pretty funny farces.

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    Was very sad to hear of the passing of that young fellow from Glee, Corey Monteith. It wasn't a show I saw a lot of, though the twins occasionally watched it.

    Always a terrible waste when a young person succumbs, no matter the cause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Was very sad to hear of the passing of that young fellow from Glee, Corey Monteith. It wasn't a show I saw a lot of, though the twins occasionally watched it.

    Always a terrible waste when a young person succumbs, no matter the cause.
    RIP. I'm not ashamed to say I thought Glee was pretty good for the first series, and he seemed a good guy.

    This was posted in the Football thread, but I think he had Bert Trautmann interesting enough life to interest people out of the Football sphere.

    Oh and some oddly conflicting reports about Mel Smith having died, the comic. Loved Not The Nine O'Clock News, and I know Brumby is the fan of Colins Sandwich

    RIP if dead, if not what a bizarre hoax. Seems it's kosher, and the rumours of an hoax was the hoax, weird world we live in.
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    Gutted.

    Massive fan of the big fella. Portrayed that kind of blundering Englishness so well.

    I saw him playing a copper in Rock & Chips (the Fools and Horse prequel) a year or two back and thought he didn't look a well man then.

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    Mel Smith had the finest hang dog expression the world has seen - there have been a few comics who can make me laugh without saying a word, but only Big Mel and Les Dawson ever did so without moving a muscle either

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    Gutted. Can't have been much of an age really. 60-odd?

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