Before finding fame many of your favorite celebrities had regular jobs, working in restaurants, hospitals, night clubs and more.
Louie Anderson, an Emmy winner whose career spanned from stand-up and game show host to starring roles in TV and film, died Friday in Las Vegas from complications related to cancer, his publicist Glenn Schwartz confirmed to CNN.
French actor Gaspard Ulliel, best known for playing Hannibal Lecter in "Hannibal Rising," has died at the age of 37 after a skiing accident in southeastern France.
André Leon Talley, the former longtime creative director for Vogue and a fashion icon in his own right, has died at age 73, according to a statement on his official Instagram account.
America was in mourning as their beloved sweetheart passed away aged 99 on New Year's Eve 2020. Betty was just weeks away from celebrating her 100th birthday, an incredible milestone.
Jordan Cashmyer, whose struggle as an unhoused, young, expectant mother was documented on MTV's "16 and Pregnant," has died, according to her family.
Tennis legend Chris Evert, who won 18 Grand Slam singles titles and three Grand Slam doubles titles in her career, said Friday she has been diagnosed with stage 1 ovarian cancer.
Ronnie Spector, the swaggering 1960s pop icon with the sky-high beehive whose sultry, quavering voice powered numerous hits for The Ronettes, including "Be My Baby," has died, her family announced in a statement Wednesday.
Bob Saget, the comedian and actor arguably known best by audiences as wholesome patriarch Danny Tanner on the sitcom "Full House," has died, his family confirmed in a statement to CNN.
Sidney Poitier, whose elegant bearing and principled onscreen characters made him Hollywood's first Black movie star and the first Black man to win the best actor Oscar, has died. He was 94.
Peter Bogdanovich, the Oscar-nominated director of movies like "The Last Picture Show" and "Paper Moon," whose off-screen life was as colorful as his films, has died, according to multiple reports, citing his daughter Antonia Bogdanovich.
At a time when stories of recovery, vaccinations and hope are already emerging, some celebrities have made it clear that COVID-19 still needs to be taken seriously.
A New Year is just about to begin and some celebrities will have a very joyous 2022 when they welcome a new addition to their families.
French TV star Igor Bogdanoff has died of Covid-19, six days after his twin brother Grichka died due to the same disease, the brothers' lawyer confirmed to CNN Tuesday.
During holiday season, family and friends gather all over the world to spend time together, share some laughs and receive gifts.
Each year, December 31st and January 1st mark the end of one year and the beginning of a new one, with all the hopes and dreams that go with it.
Betty White, the self-described "lucky old broad" whose sweetly sarcastic senior citizen characters were a beloved fixture on TV shows and movies such as "The Golden Girls," "Boston Legal" and "Hot in Cleveland," died Friday, her agent and close friend Jeff Witjas told People magazine in a s…
Tiffini Hale, a former cast member on "The All New Mickey Mouse Club" and singer in the pop group The Party died on Christmas Day, according to some of her costars and bandmates.
A business manager who had worked with several high-profile celebrities, including the Kardashian-Jenner family, was found dead this week, according to the Los Angeles Police Department's Valley Bureau Homicide division.
Ro compiled a list of 10 celebrities whose illnesses garnered awareness, affecting both research and treatment, as well as how society looked at those conditions .
Sunday Citizen compiled a list of celebrities’ favorite holiday traditions, using information taken from interviews, personal blogs, and social media posts.
Brazilian country music star Marília Mendonça died in a plane crash on Friday in a rural region of the southeastern state of Minas Gerais, according to her public relations firm.
Stacker dug deep to find 30 celebrities who were previously college athletes. This list includes a range of sports and covers celebrities from a wide array of industries including entertainment, politics, and literature.
Marc Pilcher, the award-winning hair stylist and makeup designer who won an Emmy for his work on the hit Netflix show "Bridgerton," has died of Covid-19 at the age of 53, weeks after winning the award.
Harry Potter star Tom Felton suffered a "medical incident" while playing in a celebrity golf match at Whistling Straits, Wisconsin, ahead of the Ryder Cup.
Honolulu, HI (KITV) -- Legendary Hawaii entertainer Al Harrington died on Tuesday afternoon suffering a stroke last week, his family confirmed.
EATONTON – He did not look or act like Kevin Costner, Kurt Russell or even Burt Lancaster. But Wyatt Earp was one of the most famous sheriffs in American history. His legendary fight at the O.K. Corral in 1881 in Tombstone, Ariz., was the subject of many popular films. The real history, howe…
Blink-182 singer and bassist Mark Hoppus is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer, he said Wednesday on his social media accounts.
ATLANTA (WGCL) -- As in his 2009 hit, Every Little Step, Grammy Award winning performer Bobby Brown walks with new new purpose and truth.
The 2021 BRIT Awards took place at London's O2 Arena on Tuesday night (11.05.21), and marked the first major indoor music event in over a year as bosses released 2,500 free tickets to key workers in the UK who have been on the front line in the battle with COVID-19.
To celebrate Josephine Baker's political, professional, and personal accomplishments, Stacker has created a list of 25 facts from her life that some fans may not know.
This year is a special one for 1960s glamour gal Diane McBain who turns 80 on May 18. It's also 60 years ago this year that her favorite film, "Claudelle Inglish," was released in which she portrayed a "good girl" who turns very bad.
Spring is a time for reflection and renewal, and Lifetime Television's April movies tap into feelings of faith with a trio of new releases that include one inspirational biography and two cautionary tales.In "Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia," which debuts on April 3, viewers are treated to t…
Random House Children’s Books in the U.S. and Penguin Random House Children’s UK have announced the forthcoming publication of “Grandude’s Green Submarine,” the picture book sequel to “Hey Grandude!” written by one of the world’s most famous and best-loved grandfathers, Paul McCartney.
Oprah Winfrey's bombshell interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex has caused shockwaves, with the couple accusing the royal "institution" of failing to protect them when they needed it most.