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R.I.P. Jessica Walter, the 'Arrested Development' star with six decades of TV credits
She worked with everyone from Ron Howard and William Shatner to Wonder Woman and Mannix.
R.I.P. Cicely Tyson, a pioneering TV icon who garnered countless awards
She was the first black actor with a lead role in a primetime television drama.
R.I.P. Cloris Leachman, Phyllis from Mary Tyler Moore and most awarded actress in Emmy history
The actress appeared on television in eight different decades.
R.I.P. Linda Cristal, the Golden Globe-winning star of The High Chaparral
The Argentinian actress was 89.
R.I.P. Honor Blackman, Sixties spy stunner of Goldfinger and The Avengers
The actress known as Dr. Cathy Gale and Pussy Galore was 94.
R.I.P. Ja'Net Dubois, singer of The Jeffersons theme song and star of Good Times
She worked with a young Janet Jackson and created a theme song still referenced today by the likes of Jeff Goldblum
R.I.P. Kellye Nakahara, who played Nurse Kellye on 10 seasons of M*A*S*H
She appeared in more than 150 episodes of the classic Korean War sitcom.
R.I.P. Paula Kelly, dancer and Night Court star
She earned Night Court its first Emmy nomination.
R.I.P. Orson Bean, star of Dr. Quinn, Twilight Zone, and voice of The Hobbit
The actor, comedian and variety show regular was 91 years old.
R.I.P. John Karlen, star of Dark Shadows and Cagney & Lacey
The actor, frequently seen on police shows, was 86 years old.
R.I.P. Carol Serling, the wife of Rod Serling who made a cameo in Twilight Zone: The Movie
The caretaker of the Twilight Zone legacy was 91.
R.I.P. Natalie Trundy, who went from Perry Mason client to Planet of the Apes regular
The actress was married to the Planet of the Apes franchise in more than one way. She was 79.
R.I.P. Caroll Spinney, the Muppeteer who performed Big Bird for half a century
He also played Oscar the Grouch beginning in 1969.
R.I.P. Shelley Morrison, Sister Sixto of The Flying Nun and Rosario Salazar of Will & Grace
She drew on her Spanish heritage in a career spanning four decades. She was 83.
R.I.P. Karen Pendleton, one of the original Mickey Mouse Club Mouseketeers
The youngest of the original Mouseketeers was 73.
R.I.P. Diahann Carroll, the groundbreaking star of Julia and Dynasty
The award-winning actress was 84.
R.I.P. Carol Lynley, 1950s teen covergirl turned blonde ingénue of the 1960s
The Golden Globe winner went from Playboy to The Poseidon Adventure.
R.I.P. Valerie Harper, pioneering star of 'Rhoda' and 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show'
The sitcom legend passed away at 80.