2014 Obituaries

Name these notable people who left us in 2014.
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Last updated: December 31, 2014
First submittedDecember 21, 2014
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He was Mork, Genie, Patch Adams, etc...
Robin Williams
Red carpet interviewer, comedienne, and plastic surgery patient
Joan Rivers
Three-named actor who starred in "Capote", "The Master", and "Almost Famous"
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Dimpled child actress who became an ambassador
Shirley Temple Black
Colombian novelist: "One Hundred Years of Solitude"
Gabriel García Márquez
Dominican-American fashion designer. He designed clothes for Jackie Kennedy
Oscar de la Renta
Israeli military commander and 2001-2006 Prime Minister
Ariel Sharon
Portuguese-Mozambican footballer called "The Blank Panther".
Scored 9 goals in the 1966 World Cup
Starred as Egon in "Ghostbusters". Also wrote and directed several comedies
Harold Ramis
American businessman who owned Manchester United and the Tampa Bay Bucs
Malcolm Glazer
Level 35
Dec 31, 2014
The "Hint" and "Age" headings are switched.
Level ∞
Dec 31, 2014
Level 81
Dec 31, 2014
.... and plenty of others: Joe Cocker, Lauren Bacall, Elaine Stritch, Gerry Goffin, Bobby Womack, Jimmy Ruffin, Tommy Ramone, Phil Everly, Richard Kiel (Jaws), Mickey Rooney, James Garner, Maya Angelou, Jack Brabham, Philip Hughes, Pete Seeger. The older I get the more familiar the names are.
Level 79
Dec 31, 2014
Yeah can't believe Maya Angelou got left out. and Bacall, Rooney, and Womack (and probably Seeger) are all better known than Malcolm Glazer or the football player.
Level 79
Dec 31, 2014
James Garner, too
Level 74
Dec 31, 2014
you are just upset because you didn't get glazer
Level 79
Dec 31, 2014
So you're saying Malcolm Glazer is more famous than Maya Angelou? I guess that's why there were so many nationwide tributes to the man and why after his death my FB timeline was filled with stuff he had written for like two weeks.
Level 79
Jul 24, 2015
That "football player" is considered one of the best ever, is therefore well-known in football minded nations and hence his inclusion is well deserved.
Level 78
Dec 31, 2014
Was surprised at the number of great ones missing from this one. I never heard of several, but then I don't follow Colombian literature or world football.
Level 57
Jan 29, 2015
Gabriel Garcia Marquez was one of the most widely celebrated writers of our times. Calling him only a 'colombian writer' sounds almost a travesty
Level 36
Jan 2, 2015
I agree. This is an extremely dissapointing and sort of insulting quiz.
Level 44
Jul 17, 2015
What about Mickey Rooney and Sid Caesar? Two of comedy's greats. And James Garner?
Level 63
Jun 18, 2016
Haha, former front page :D