Here are the American Celebrities that Tragically Passed Away This November

November 20, 2017Nov 20, 2017

This November, some fan-favorite Hollywood celebrities have tragically passed away. Below is a list of the famous actors/actresses or singers who have passed away this month.

November 19

86-year-old singer and actress, Della Reese, died in the company of her family and close friends. The famous "Touched by an Angel" star touched many lives throughout her career. 

85-year-old Mel Tillis died from respiratory failure. The famous country singer-songwriter was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and was a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

November 18

Long-time musician Malcolm Young passed away at 64. The guitarist helped bring the popular band AC/DC much of its initial success.

November 17

91-year-old Earle Hyman passed away in his New Jersey home. The actor was best known for his role as Russell Huxtable on "The Cosby Show."

November 16

83-year-old Ann Wedgeworth passed away after a long, successful career. The Tony Award-winning actress was best known for her role in "Three's Company."

November 14

TV host Nancy Zieman passed away after a long battle with cancer. The 64-year-old was best known for hosting the longest-running sewing program on television. 

November 12

53-year-old Wendy Pepper, a reality TV star, passed away. Pepper appeared in the very first season of Project Runway and was also a chef and entrepreneur.

November 11

79-year-old Don Pedro Colley passed away at his home in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The TV and movie actor, best known for his role in "Dukes of Hazzard," died after a long battle with cancer. 

November 9

84-year-old John Hillerman passed away from natural causes. The TV actor was best known for his role on "Magnum, P.I."

Chuck Mosley, 57-year-old ex-lead singer of "Faith No More" passed away. The rock singer experienced a sudden death after a long battle with an addiction. 

November 6

Karin Dor, star of the iconic "James Bond" series passed away. The 79-year-old died after a successful career of acting that spanned 5 decades. 

November 5

84-year-old Frank Liberto, the "father of nachos" passed away peacefully in his home. His death was just one day shy of National Nachos Day. 

72-year-old Robert Knight passed away after an unrevealed illness. The singer was best known for his classic song, "Everlasting Love."

November 1

34-year-old Brad Bufanda tragically took his own life. The TV actor was best known for his role on "Veronica Mars."

The world has lost several people this month who made an impact in acting or singing. Please pray for their family and friends as they walk through their difficult losses. In other breaking news, a top Democrat just resigned amid sexual harassment allegations.

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