In June 2009 & this week Celebrity Deaths
Hi guys, This month is very bad for the American people because they lost their three best iconic American stars: David Carradine, Ed McMahon, Farrah Fawcett, Michael Jackson and Billy Mays. Ed McMahon was died in the last week and his death was quickly overshadowed by actress Farrah Fawcett’s death, who will now be pushed aside because of the death of Michael Jackson.
David Carradine(72) - June 3, 2009
Ed MacMahon (86) – June 23, 2009
Farrah Fawcett (62) – June 25, 2009
Michael Jackson (50) – June 25, 2009
Billy Mays (50) – June 28,2009
Fitrst David Carradine
Actor David Carradine was died on June 3, 2009 at the age of 72 by suicide in Thailand. TV and film fixture David Carradine both enjoyed and eluded fame. He was recurrent artist in the genres of Western and Kung Fu flicks. He will always be remembered as the infamous title character of the Kill Bill movie franchise. He showed in more than 100 features films and he was nominated for four times of the Golden Globe Award. He was a fantastic actor in the Hollywood.
Second Ed McMahon
Ed McMahon was known for his typical voice as he was for his welcoming smile. We have lost one of the great personalities from TV’s golden age. McMahon was very friendly for The Tonight Show, with Johnny Carson. His job was to announce the show, and introduce Johnny Carson. Then he sat out there, played straight man to Johnny, laughed at his jokes, made Carson look good. They also work as an announcer for such TV institutions as Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. But in his last years he suffered innumerable medical problems and financial setbacks, virtually losing his home and finding himself deep in debt. He was died at the age of 86 on Tuesday June 23, 2009.
Third Farrah Fawcett
American Actress Farrah Fawcett died at the age of 62 from cancer on Thursday June 25, 2009. She was the “Charlie’s Angels” television star whose big smile and feathered blond mane made her one of the reigning sex symbols of the 1970s. First she was playing as Jill Munroe role in the wildly popular Charlie’s Angels TV series and then she was taking some difficult television and film roles. She gave many n*de posed in Playboy Magazine at the age of 50. She also showed the will power to be happy on her own terms. Her personal life was very happy and her relationship with actor Ryan O’Neal solidified into partnership and both had enjoyed up until her death. In fact Farrah busy to her long-time love three days before to her death.
Fourth Michael Jackson
The great singer and dancer Michael Jackson died at the age of 50 on Thursday June 25, 2009 of heart attack. He had spent the great part of his last decade either in court or in seclusion. His Virgo sense of perfectionism awarded him an outstanding career, from endearing child star to King of Pop to eccentric legend. He was identified for his career and was powerfully prejudiced by his surrounds, which encouraged him to make his own paradise in California, Neverland Ranch. The ‘Thriller’ singer was made-up to embark on a 50-night ‘This Is It’ nationality tour at London’s O2 arena next month.
Fifth Billy Mays
American pitchman and television host Billy Mays has died on yesterday morning at the age of 50. He was worked with many commercials and infomercials promoting household products such as Orange Glo, OxiClean, and Kaboom! He also promoted ESPN’s web venture, ESPN360, in a series of parody spots that began airing last year. Billy recently embarked on a reality TV career with fellow pitchman Anthony Sullivan. The show was properly entitled as, ‘Pitchmen.’ He started his career as a salesman on the Atlantic City boardwalk. He was found dead in his home by his wife.