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Death: an unfortunate, inescapable part of life, and it'll eventually come for everyone - even the famous. So, when actors in the middle of filming a hit TV series pass away, the cast, crew, and even audience are frequently left with friend-shaped hole in their hearts. But the show must go on, right? Here are some of TV's most memorable characters who were written off after the actors playing them passed away. Beware of spoilers, and probably a couple of tears...
Mister Hooper | 0:29
Coach | 1:46
Bill McNeal | 3:04
John Ritter | 4:07
Leo McGarry | 5:15
Owen Granger | 6:30
Finn Hudson | 7:39
Debbie Wolowitz | 8:43
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Definitely Hartman. I'm still sad about all the characters I'll never see or hear again because he's gone. Gotta ask, though... why do your captions say "passing" even when the audio says "death" or "died"?
When the classic game 'Legend of Zelda and the Ocarnia of Time' was being developed, the voice actor that was to be links voice passed away after falling down a flight of stairs. They had finished Links karate grunts, yells and grunts when the person died. It was decided that in their honor, Link would only use those sound files for the entire game.
Nicholas Colasanto was the best. Coach was one of those characters that surpassed all the rest in the series. When he passed, “Cheers” lost some, but not all, of its charm. We continued to watch the show, but we missed Ernie Pantusso. Thanks for the laughs, Coach.
Wait! Wait!! Wait!!! I don’t understand. Hartman’s character is depicted as having a heart attack and dying in the series when he was actually shot to death by his real life wife. Why wasn’t that the way he died in the series? I mean, realism is realism.
Put Mr. Hooper in a cell with a hundred of _my_ closest friends and in No Time they'll be draggin' his shit around the room sucking glue _back_ into the floorboards.
Mr. Hooper: He'll Wear Your Head For A Hat And You Know How
The sopranos is the greatest show ever on television, and we will never know how the story was truly meant to unfold because Nancy Marchand died a mere half season before her story arc was meant to reach its climax...was she going to be murdered by her own son???? The world will never know, and her portrayal as livia was arguably the best on the show...you truly hated her, and that’s the mark of the most powerful acting possible!!! A little taste of her character——her husband suggested moving the family (her, her husband, and three children) to Las Vegas to take advantage of the burgeoning casino business in the late 1960s, and livia’s response referring to her children “I’d rather smother them with a pillow, then take them to Nevada”
Americans have to stop taking make-Believe for reality. The Leftist Communist media have been sliming and ridiculing President Trump since he won the election to the Whitehouse. In truth Americans were wise to avoid electing Hillary and the Pro-Death agenda of the left. I made a mistake and voted for Clinton, but in the 2020 election I will vote for Donald Trump, mainly because I know that when the media hates and acts against anyone as they have this President, we must all go in the opposite direction, lest evil triumph with lies.
correction a aortic dissection happens when the arterial wall becomes so thin that the pressure of blood flow through the heart causes a rupture . most often caused by a genetic abnormality like Marfans disease.
You completely glossed over the fact that Mr. Hooper was written out of the show because he was portrayed by someone who could be recognized. Kermit continues on decades after Jim Henson died. Bold move my ass!
I'd like to add Don S. Davis to that. He played Major General George Hammond on Stargate SG-1 for 10 years, and died in 2008 of a heart attack. In the series finale of the spinoff Stargate Atlantis, they mention the character died of a heart attack, and they renamed a spaceship after him. It's double sad because both shows were over at that point.
Even if you include movies, the death of Severus Snape was written into the script, and probably the book, from the start. He did not die because of the actor's death, which happened about 5 years later. And since this was based on books, had Rickman died earlier, they would have found another actor to play the part, like they did with Dumbledore...
The subtext generator has a filter that renders all words related to "dying" as "passing". Then, at 6:51, the character Death is mentioned, and the name is also translated as "passing". (And yes, it becomes "kiss of passing".)
Mrs. Wolowitz's death really got me the hardest because her tendency to keep every scrap of leftover food in her fridge was a lot like my late grandmother. We went through her freezer and fridge after her sudden passing and brought all the baked goods (sweet breads and such) to the gathering after the memorial service. Grandma was always one to be prepared for every contingency, even having food prepared to serve posthumously.
In our stress to control and politically manipulate the minds of the young (good intentions or not)...
we are losing characters and narratives that are so valuable and warm (Sesame Street, Peanuts, mr Rogers, etc), characters that are such a warm and sincere voice to all children
I agree with sesame Street telling children he had died, it's good practice for them to learn to deal with emotions when it's someone close to them. Years ago when it was on in the UK and I was teaching we'd do letter assessments. Kids would say zee not zed,
Do you watch sesame Street I'd ask. I get an enthusiastic nod and ticked it as correct. Who really cares if they say zee or zed, just a letter name not the sound.
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As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.