Covid-19 Casualties
Quote:Mark Blum, a character actor known for playing a number of notable roles across stage and screen, has died due to complications associated with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). He was 69.

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Quote:CBS News Veteran Journalist Maria Mercader Dies From Coronavirus
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Quote:Country star Joe Diffie dead from coronavirus complications at age 61
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Quote:Alan Merrill passed away on March 29 due to complications from the coronavirus.
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best known for writing the hit song, “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll.”
Quote:Spain's Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma has become the first royal in the world to die from coronavirus, according to a statement from her brother, Prince Sixto Enrique.

The princess, a distant cousin of King Felipe VI, was 86 and died in Paris on Thursday, her brother said.
Adam Schlesinger, a musician and songwriter highly regarded for his work as a member of Fountains of Wayne and an Emmy-winning songwriter for TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” has died as a result of coronavirus complications, Variety has confirmed. He was 52
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Quote:Andrew Jack, a British actor and dialect coach who appeared in multiple “Star Wars” films, has died at 76 due to complications from the coronavirus.
Jack, who played General Ematt in “Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens” and “Star Wars Episode VIII — The Last Jedi,” also served as dialect coach for films including “Avengers: Endgame,” “The Nightingale” and “Eastern Promises,” for actors including Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Robert Downey Jr.
Jack died in a hospital in Surrey on Tuesday, his agent Jill McCullough said in a statement Wednesday.
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Quote:Julie Bennett (1932–2020), “Yogi Bear” voice actress

Bennett began voicing the parasol-carrying Cindy Bear in 1961, and she continued for decades, including in the 1964 feature film “Hey There, It’s Yogi Bear!” and in TV shows “Yogi’s Treasure Hunt” and “The New Yogi Bear Show.” Other cartoons that feature Bennett’s voice work include “The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show,” where she worked on the “Fractured Fairy Tales” segment, as well as “The Bugs Bunny Show,” “Mister Magoo,” “Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels,” “The Real Ghostbusters,” and dozens more. She voiced Lois Lane in “The Superman/Aquamam Hour of Adventure” and Aunt May in “Spider-Man: The Animated Series.” Bennett was also a live-action actress, with credits including the “Dragnet” TV series, “Gunsmoke,” and “Love, American Style.” Bennett later worked as a personal manager.
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