All the Celebrities We've Lost in 2018

by Allie Gemmill
Feb 21, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. ET

Sadly, it's that time again. It’s time to remember those famous faces who have contributed to our world in one memorable way or another. It’s time to salute those who have gone before us and left an indelible mark on the culture around us. It's time to remember the celebrities — in various disciplines — who have died in 2018.

There's no doubt 2018 has already taken away some of your favorite celebrities (and likely will take more before it’s up). We lost major artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, sports figures and even an astronaut. It's never fair when someone we admire dies, but it's always worth taking a moment to remember them for the life and legacy they leave behind.

And so, let's take a look at the famous folks we've lost thus far in 2018. I can't promise you'll be happy clicking through, but there may be fond memories or feelings stirred up; that's what's important.

This slideshow was originally published Jan. 2018 and updated Feb. 2018. 

1 /23: Rev. Billy Graham

1/23 :Rev. Billy Graham

Reverend Billy Graham, noted televangelist and spiritual advisor to a number of presidents in recent history, passed away in February at age 99.

2 /23: Prince Henrik of Denmark

2/23 :Prince Henrik of Denmark

Prince Henrik of Denmark died at 83 in February after sickness-related health complications.

3/23 :Marty Allen

The veteran comedian, who gained fame as part of the comedy duo Allen & Rossi in the '50s and ’60s, died at age 95 in February.

4/23 :Reg E. Cathey

An established actor, whose recent credits includes House of Cards and Oz, Cathey died in February at age 59.

5/23 :John Gavin

Best known for his role in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, Gavin passed away in early February at 86.

6/23 :Mickey Jones

Maybe best remembered as one of the stars of Home Improvement, Jones passed away in February at age 76. 

7 /23: John Mahoney

7/23 :John Mahoney

Mahoney, best known for his role on Frasier and the '80s romance Say Anything, passed away at age 77 in February.

8/23 :Louis Zorich

Louis Zorich, who played Paul Reiser's dad on Mad About You, died on Jan. 30 at the age of 93.

9/23 :Mark Salling

The former Glee star was found dead at the age of 35 near his home in California. His reportedly died by suicide. 

10/23 :Connie Sawyer

Known for her later start in showbiz with roles in Pineapple Express and New Girl, Sawyer died in January at 105.

11 /23: Simon Shelton

11/23 :Simon Shelton

The character actor best remembered as Tinky-Winky on Teletubbies died in January at age 52.

12 /23: Dolores O'Riordan

12/23 :Dolores O'Riordan

The iconic lead singer of the notable '90s band The Cranberries died unexpectedly at age 46 in January 2018.

13 /23: Robert Arthur

13/23 :Robert Arthur

Best remembered as the music director on The Ed Sullivan Show, Arthurdied in January at age 89.

14 /23: Jerry Van Dyke

14/23 :Jerry Van Dyke

The Coach actor and comedian (pictured on the left with brother Dick Van Dyke) died in January 2018 from unknown causes.

15/23 :Bobby Zarin

The fabrics and real estate developer (pictured left), who was married to RHONY star Jill Zarin (right), died from cancer-related complications on January 13.

16 /23: Bradford Dillman

16/23 :Bradford Dillman

The actor best known for his performances in The Way We Were and Escape from Planet of the Apes died in January at age 87.

17/23 :Hugh Wilson

The director, whose credits include the Police Academy films and The First Wives Club, passed away in January at age 74.

18 /23: Donnelly Rhodes

18/23 :Donnelly Rhodes

The actor (pictured left), best known for his work on Battlestar Galactica and Soap, died of cancer at age 81 in January. 

19 /23: 'Fast' Eddie Clarke

19/23 :'Fast' Eddie Clarke

Best remembered as a guitarist with '70s rock band Motörhead, Clarke died in January at age 67from possible pneumonia-related complications.

20 /23: Doreen Tracey

20/23 :Doreen Tracey

Tracey, one of the original Mickey Mouse Club Mouseketeers, died of pneumonia after a long battle with cancer in January.

21/23 :John Young

The longest-serving astronaut in NASA history, Young died in January at age 87 of complications from pneumonia.

22/23 :Keith Jackson

Sports announcer Keith Jackson (pictured center), most recognizable for his "Whoa, Nellie!" catchphrase, died in January at age 89.

23 /23: Jessica Falkholt

23/23 :Jessica Falkholt

The Australian actorpassed away at age 29 after surviving for weeks in a coma resulting from a car crash that killed three of her family.