Actress Audrey Totter in a pin-up from Yank Magazine, an Army Weekly, in August 1945. Totter, the film noir actress known for her tough girl roles died December 16 at the age of 95.
Joan Fontaine and Cary Grant star in the 1941 Hitchcock thriller, 'Suspicion,' for which Fontaine won an Academy Award for Best Actress. Joan Fontaine, the actress who became a star playing troubled wives in early Hitchcock films, died at the age of 96 on December 16. (RKO Radio Pictures)
The famed U.S. singer-songwriter and Velvet Underground front man Lou Reed has died on October 27th. He was 71. The rock icon underwent a liver transplant last May and was hospitalized during the summer for dehydration. UPI/John Angelillo
U.S. actor Paul Walker, star of "The Fast and the Furious" movies, died on November 30 a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT he was a passenger in struck a light pole in Los Angeles County.
Walker and the driver of the car, his friend Roger Rodas, were pronounced dead at the scene. UPI/Keizo Mori
Helen Thomas, who covered 10 presidents in nearly 60 years with United Press International, died July 20, at the age of 92. Pictured here,
President Ronald Reagan greets Thomas on April 22, 1981 in the Treaty Room at the White House in Washington. Reagan granted an interview with UPI and described the March 30 attempt on his life. (UPI Photo/Don Rypka/Files)