More Top 10 Celebrities That Died Too Soon

Since I did my ‘Top 10 Celebrities That Died Too Soon’, here are more that I found out that passed away too soon. Only in this top 10 list, none of them were addicted to drugs, alcohol or anything poisonous for them.

Note: Some voice actors are included on this one. Unfortunately, Chadwick Boseman is not included in this, cause I wasn’t a fan of him when he passed away in 2020; as he never told us he was suffering from colon cancer for 4 years.

10. Robin Williams (1951-2014). Starting off on the list, is the most kindest and hilarious American actor that everyone loved on. He was the nanny in “Mrs. Doubtfire”, a hilarious penguin in both “Happy Feet” movies, the good doctor in “Patch Adams”, a hologram cartoon doctor in “A.I.- Artificial Intelligence”, Theodore Roosevelt in those “Night at the Museum” movies, and more. He was close to retirement until he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and something going on in his mind. Not a brain tumour, but both were making him suffer. When he was getting a lot worse in 2014, he had no choice but to commit suicide by hanging himself in his own home. He was 63 years old when he passed away.

9. Michael Clarke Duncan (1957-2012). Our loving John Coffey from “The Green Mile”, as he was really a gentle giant. He also appeared in “Kung Fu Panda”, “A Night in Roxbury”, the first two “Cats and Dogs” movies, “The Scorpion King”, “Talladega Nights”, two episodes of “Jimmy Neutron”, and four episodes of “Loonatics: Unleashed”. After he was the voice of an alien named Kilowog in “Green Lantern” with Ryan Reynolds, he suddenly had a heart attack and was brought to the hospital in August of 2012. A month later by September, he was 54 years old when he kicked the bucket. Tom Hanks had never forgotten his friend ever since.

8. Anthony Bourdain (1956-2018). He was both a famous chef and a great actor than angry and feisty Gordon Ramsey himself. Kind and noble, he knew his ways around food as he travelled the world to look at cultural cuisine. He got into mostly television shows, and only one movie as himself which is “The Big Short” which won four Oscar awards. Later on, by 2018 after having too much drugs, he did the same thing as how Robin Williams did. Committed suicide by hanging himself. He was 61 years old. And later, his body was cremated in France, as they brought his ashes to the United States two days later. Now it’s still Gordon Ramsey we have to face.

7. Phil Hartman (1948-1998). Like Chris Farley, he was on “Saturday Night Live”. And they loved his jokes. Phil also appeared in “Loaded Weapon 1”, “Sgt. Bilko”, “Three Amigos”, “The Pagemaster”, and some episodes in “The Simpsons”. During his career, his wife grew jealous of him. So while he was sleeping one night, she murdered him in his own bed, with a .38 caliber handgun, and then used it to blow her brains out before the police showed up. But luckily, there are the last two movies of his career. He was the voice Jiji the cat in “Kiki’s Delivery Service”, and a neighbour in “Small Soldiers”. He was 49 years old when he murdered in cold blood, no thanks to his wife.

6. James Franciscus (1934-1991). Star of “The Cat O’Nine Tails”, “The Valley of Gwangi”, “City on Fire”, “The Outsider” and “Beneath the Planet of the Apes” as a sequel to the original 1968 classic movie by joining Charlton Heston & Linda Harrison, he was a real good looking actor indeed. Even with or without his facial hair. He was also in “Mr. Novak”, “Naked City” and “Longstreet” with a canine, and Bruce Lee too which is cool in these old fashioned television shows. While he working as both an actor and a screenwriter, he smoked too much cigarettes until his death of emphysema in July of 1991. He was 57 years old when he passed away.

5. Steve McQueen (1930-1980). The man who loves cars and motorcycles himself. And never gets hurt at all. He escaped numerous times in both “The Great Escape” & “Papillon”, fought against an extraterrestrial slime-ball in “The Blob”, saved many lives in “The Towering Inferno”, fought against the Chinese and Mexicans in “The Sand Pebbles” along with “The Magnificent Seven”, played very well on poker in “The Cincinnati Kid”, and was the boss in “The Thomas Crown Affair”, they also call Steve McQueen ‘The King of Cool’. By early 1980, he had a heart failure and died in his sleep at 3:45 am on November 7th. He was exactly 50 years old.

4. Bill Paxton (1955-2017). Ron Howard, James Cameron and Jim Kyte’s favourite actor that they ever loved on. Bill Paxton was also hilarious. For he was in “Apollo 13”, “The Terminator”, “Aliens”, “Predator 2”, “Weird Science”, “Navy SEALS”, “Titanic”, “U-571”, and “Twister”. After his last movie, “Edge of Tomorrow”, that was when he had a problem with his heart. He went to heart surgery on Valentine’s Day in 2017. Eleven days later, just before the 89th Academy Awards, he was 61 years old when he died of complications from his heart surgery. Jennifer Anniston who loved him, was really emotional, as she explained about what happened.

3. Michael Lindsay (1963-2019). An American voice actor, who took his career mostly in anime tv shows. He was both Joe Kido and Greymon in the first two seasons of “Digimon: Digital Monsters”, including the movie, one of the soul reapers in “Bleach”, Apollo in “Zatch Bell” one of the ninjas in the “Naruto” series, and more. He completely retired from voice acting in 2012, as most of his anime roles were recasted by American actor Doug Erholtz. Seven years later while living in Laurel, Maryland with his family, he went to bed one night, suddenly passed away in his sleep, as his wife and two children found out the next morning. He was 56 years old when he kicked the bucket.

2. Kirby Morrow (1973-2020). Not a famous Canadian actor, but he was critically acclaimed for his work in some television movies, TV shows, some cartoons and of course, mostly anime. He was a perverted monk named Miroku in “InuYasha”, one of the robot fighter pilots in “Mobile Suit Gundam Wing”, Captain Dave Kleinman in “Stargate” both ‘Atlantis’ & ‘Universe’, Goku in the Ocean Dub version of “Dragon Ball Z”, ElecMan in “MegaMan: NT Warrior” and more. In November of 2020, like Michael Lindsay, he went to bed, suddenly died in his sleep, and never woke up. He was 47 years old when he passed away. Anime fans will miss him very much indeed.

1. Sharon Tate (1943-1969). Taking the number 1# spot on the list is a real Hollywood bombshell. Married to film director Roman Polanski, she was in numerous roles in movies & tv shows. Then came that fateful night of August 8-9th, 1969. She was 8 and a half months pregnant. While her husband was doing a movie in Europe, she and other Hollywood stars were with her having a baby shower late at night, until those hippie weirdos, lead by Charles Manson broke in and murdered them in cold blood. She was 26 year old, when she was stabbed several times. The hippie weirdos were arrested and sent to prison in their separate ways. They described Charles Manson, ‘Mad as a hatter’ before his death in late 2017. Since her death, throughout 50 years, I’ve seen a few actresses that remind me of her. The McKillip Sisters, Carly and Britt are one example than Hilary Duff. Then came Margot Robbie who looked exactly like her. And thanks to her portrayal as her and Quentin Tarantino in his comedy/drama movie “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, we look at an alternate timeline in 1969 that instead of Sharon Tate and her friends getting murdered, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt’s characters prevented that from happening. As they beat the living hell out of those hippie weirdos to their deaths. Dog bitten, crunched, bashed, stabbed, and torched. All three as dead as the Viet Cong.

Do you agree with my picks? Which are your favourite celebrities that died too soon?

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  1. I forgot about Michael Lindsay. I like him in Bleach as Kisuke.

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