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In a statement, his wife Elissa said, "With heavy hearts we announce the passing of a life eminently worthy of celebration: Clark Tinsley Middleton, 63 – beloved actor, writer, director, teacher, hero, husband, beacon, friend. Let’s celebrate all he achieved in his short life and cherish his legacy.” He also featured in the movies “It’s Alive” and “The Fourth Kind” – both released in 2009.
He became the first backup quarterback to play in a Super Bowl in over 13 seasons at the time of the game. The Green Bay Packers player died of natural causes at the age of 83 in Washington, D.C., U.S. Wood suffered from advanced dementia for more than a decade. The Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist died of unknown causes. The South African anti-apartheid human rights lawyer, who defended Nelson Mandela on treason charges, died at the age of 92. He also led Australia to a Davis Cup victory in 1957. Best known for playing the antagonist Hugo Drax in the James Bond film “Moonraker” (1979), Lonsdale died at his home in Paris, France. The actor, best known for movies such as "Enter the Dragon" (1973) and "Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984), died of pneumonia in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, U.S., his wife, Gloria, told the Hollywood Reporter. ... Tarvaris Jackson… Valance is best known for his 1960 single "Tell Laura I Love Her," which made him the first Welsh singer to hit U.K. Hailed as one of the greatest pitchers in the history of baseball, Ford died at his home in Long Island, New York, U.S. The actress and author, who performed on Broadway and appeared in a movie alongside Audrey Hepburn, died due to COVID-19.