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Cameron Boyce, Luke Perry and Kristoff St. John Honored in Touching SAG Awards In Memoriam

Cameron Boyce, Luke Perry and Kristoff St. John Honored in Touching SAG Awards In Memoriam
Luke Perry, Cameron Boyce and Kristoff St. John were among the more than three dozen late stars and members of the entertainment industry whose lives were honored at the 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday.

Presented by Sterling K. Brown, the tribute featured footage and photos of 90210 star Perry, who died from a stroke at age 52 on March 4; Descendants lead Boyce, who died after suffering a seizure due to epilepsy at age 20 on July 6; and Young and the Restless fan favorite St. John, who died because of heart disease at age 52 on Feb. 3.

“Although their passing leaves an emptiness in our hearts,
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SAG Awards 2020: In Memoriam segment will honor Diahann Carroll, Doris Day, Luke Perry and who else?

SAG Awards 2020: In Memoriam segment will honor Diahann Carroll, Doris Day, Luke Perry and who else?
Sunday’s telecast of the 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards will feature a special In Memoriam segment devoted to many of the actors and actresses who have died since last year’s ceremony in late January. Sure to be among those saluted include Oscar-nominated actresses Diahann Carroll and Doris Day, plus nominated “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” actor Luke Perry. Visit our own Gold Derby memoriam gallery for the year of 2019.

The 26th annual ceremony will be live on TNT and TBS on Sunday, January 19, at 8:00 p.m. Et; 5:00 p.m. Pt. The SAG life achievement award will be presented to Robert De Niro.

SEE2020 SAG Awards nominations: Full list of Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees

Over 100 people in SAG/AFTRA have passed away in the past 12 months. Which of the following 50+ names will also be featured in the televised tribute?

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Remembering Celebrities Who Died in 2019

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Remembering Celebrities Who Died in 2019
The man inside the yellow Big Bird suit; TV’s Rhoda; and a “Beverly Hills 90210” heartthrob are just a few of the beloved entertainment figures who died in 2019. Here are some of the unforgettable stars and creators of movies, TV and music who we lost this year.

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Several notable directors died in 2019, including pioneering French New Wave director Agnes Varda, who died March 29 at 90. “Singin’ in the Rain” director Stanley Donen died Feb. 21 at 94, while cult movie director Larry Cohen, who helmed “It’s Alive,” died March 23 at 77. “Boyz N the Hood” director John Singleton suffered a stroke and died April 29 at 51, and renowned documentarian D.A. Pennebaker, who made “Don’t Look Back,” died Aug. 1 at 94. “Romeo and Juliet” director Franco Zeffirelli died June 15 at 96. The colorful studio executive and producer of “Chinatown” and many other films, Robert Evans, died Oct. 26 at 89.

Movie stars who died in 2019 included Doris Day,
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Notable Hollywood & Entertainment Industry Deaths In 2019 – Photo Gallery

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Notable Hollywood & Entertainment Industry Deaths In 2019 – Photo Gallery
Amid the chaos that was 2019, the show business industry lost some major players. There were icons of the big screen and TV, along with such legends as Broadway director Harold Prince and actress Carol Channing; singers Eddie Money, Ric Ocasek and José José; musicians Peter Tork, Ginger Baker and Dr. John; and composers Michel Legrand, André Previn and Jerry Herman, to name just a few of the year’s high-profile passings.

Hollywood also lost groundbreaking directors, unforgettable writers, and executives.

Familiar actors who left us this year include Robert Forster, Luke Perry, Katherine Helmond, Rutger Hauer, Jan-Michael Vincent, Arte Johnson, Rip Torn, Diahann Carroll, Peter “Chewbacca” Mayhew, Cameron Boyce, Bob Einstein, Seymour Cassel, Michael J. Pollard and Danny Aiello.
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In Memoriam 2019: Gallery of 40 celebrity deaths includes Doris Day, Diahann Carroll, Tim Conway, Luke Perry

In Memoriam 2019: Gallery of 40 celebrity deaths includes Doris Day, Diahann Carroll, Tim Conway, Luke Perry
With 2019 now ending, Gold Derby celebrates over 40 celebrities who died in the past 12 months. Tour our photo gallery above as we feature tributes to these actors, actresses, musicians, producers and entertainers from this past year.

Just a few of the people honored in our special photo gallery:

Iconic singer and actress Diahann Carroll died at age 84 on October 4. She was the first African-American woman to star on her own TV show. She also starred in “Dynasty” and was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame in 2011. She was an Oscar nominee for “Claudine” in 1974.

Tim Conway died on May 14 at age 85. The comedy legend won six Emmy Awards during his lengthy career, including four for “The Carol Burnett Show,” one for “Coach” and one for “30 Rock.” He was inducted into the TV Academy Hall of Fame in 2002.

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Legendary singer and
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Celebrity Deaths 2019: In Memoriam Gallery

Celebrity Deaths 2019: In Memoriam Gallery
Throughout 2019, we will continue to update this photo gallery with major celebrity deaths from film, television, theater and music.

The year has included the losses of Oscar winner Andre Previn, Oscar nominees Doris Day, Diahann Carroll, Albert Finney, Peter Fonda, Robert Forster and John Singleton, Emmy winners Tim Conway and Rip Torn, Tony Awards champ Hal Prince, comedian and actor Bob Einstein, TV producer and writer John Falsey, actress Carol Channing, actress Katherine Helmond, actor Luke Perry, singer James Ingram and Daytime Emmy winner Kristoff St. John.
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Competition: Win ‘It’ on 4K Ultra HD

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Stephen King’s Horror masterpiece comes to life for a new generation. In Derry, Maine, seven young friends unite against a terrifying supernatural creature that has been hunting their small town for centuries. Calling itself Pennywise the Dancing Clown, It is a monster of unspeakable power that takes the form of everyone’s most horrific fears. Threatened by their worst nightmares, the only way these kids can survive It is together.

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To win a copy just answer the following question:

Who played Pennywise in the
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Emmys Apologize for Showing Incorrect Andre Previn Photo During In Memoriam Tribute

The 71st Emmy Awards featured a major gaffe during the In Memoriam tribute when a photo of living composer Leonard Slatkin was used to honor the late André Previn. The Television Academy issued the following statement reacting to the In Memoriam segment error: “The producers for the 71st Emmy Awards, the Television Academy and Fox sincerely apologize for this error. All In Memoriam mentions on the Television Academy’s website feature accurate imagery for Mr. Previn.”

Previn was nominated for 11 Academy Awards throughout his career, winning the Best Original Score prize for “Gigi,” “Porgy and Bess,” “Irma la Douce,” and “My Fair Lady.” Additional movies composed by Previn include “All in a Night’s Work,” “Designing Woman,” “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse,” and “Paint Your Wagon.” The composer passed away in February at the age of 89. The 75-year-old Slatkin is the Music Director Laureate of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and
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Sandra Oh, Lena Headey and 6 more overdue actors overlooked again by unsentimental Emmy voters

Sandra Oh, Lena Headey and 6 more overdue actors overlooked again by unsentimental Emmy voters
The Emmys are a notoriously unsentimental bunch, as we saw last week with the guest categories, passing over overdue favorites Phylicia Rashad and Adam Sandler. Several actors went into Sunday’s Emmy telecast with numerous losses under their belt, hoping this may finally be their time to go from bridesmaid to bride. Would Sandra Oh finally find herself wielding an Emmy statuette? Could actors on the last seasons of their shows get a farewell hug, like Lena Headey? (See full list of Emmy winners.)

The TV academy has gone for a few performers in their final seasons, like Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”) and Matthew Rhys (“The Americans”), but there are also countless instances of actors never winning for iconic performances, like Steve Carell in “The Office,” Martin Sheen in “The West Wing” and Amy Poehler in “Parks and Recreation.” Unfortunately, there were no instances of majorly overdue actors winning at this year’s Emmys,
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Emmys’ In Memoriam Photo Of Andre Previn Was Not Andre Previn

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The Fox broadcast of the Primetime Emmys on Sunday featured the usual In Memoriam segment, this year highlighted by Halsey’s live rendition of Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time.” It also showed the wrong picture of composer Andre Previn during the montage of photos accompanying the song.

Previn is the four-time Oscar-winning composer and conductor who died in February at age 89. But the photo shown was that of fellow Grammy-winning composer Leonard Slatkin, who is 75, very much alive and currently Music Director Laureate of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Directeur Musical Honoraire of the Orchestre National de Lyon.

Slatkin, whose Hollywood credits include working on the music for Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One and A Capitol Fourth while conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra, took the high road Monday about the gaffe on Twitter.

I saw that @theemmys posted a photo of me "In Memoriam" rather than the intended Andre Previn.
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Watch Halsey’s Stunning Performance of ‘Time After Time’ at the 2019 Emmy Awards

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Watch Halsey’s Stunning Performance of ‘Time After Time’ at the 2019 Emmy Awards
As part of Sunday night’s In Memoriam tribute at the 2019 Emmy Awards, Halsey performed a version of Cyndi Lauper’s 1983 classic “Time After Time,” over a montage of television stars who died over the past year.

Introduced by actress Regina King, the singer performed accompanied only by a pianist and honored Katherine Helmond, Tim Conway, Gloria Vanderbilt, Penny Marshall, Luke Perry, Peter Fonda, Stan Lee, Rip Torn, and many others. The awards received some criticism online for omitting Peter Tork of the 1960s rock-group comedy “The Monkees.”

Halsey’s next album, “Manic,” is due in January.

While two shows that ended last season, “Game of Thrones” and “Veep,” were expected to win big, only the former did — at Sunday’s ceremony, “Game of Thrones” won the drama series trophy and supporting drama actor for Peter Dinklage, while “Veep” was shut out.

There were some other repeat names called this year,
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Emmys ‘In Memoriam’ paid tribute to Tim Conway, Valerie Harper and Doris Day – but who was left out?

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Emmys ‘In Memoriam’ paid tribute to Tim Conway, Valerie Harper and Doris Day – but who was left out?
As alt-pop singer Halsey stirred emotions with her moving rendition of “Time After Time,” the 2019 Emmy Awards that aired on Fox on September 22 paid tribute to the television legends who left us in the last year during the show’s “In Memoriam” segment. They included actors Tim Conway, Valerie Harper, Katherine Helmond, Penny Marshall, Luke Perry, Doris Day and Rip Torn.

Let’s look back at some of the contributions made by these beloved TV icons.

SEECelebrity Deaths 2019: In Memoriam Gallery

Tim Conway died on May 14 at age 85. The comedy legend won six Emmy Awards during his lengthy career, including four for “The Carol Burnett Show,” one for “Coach” and one for “30 Rock.” He was inducted into the TV Academy Hall of Fame in 2002. And he took pride in getting his co-stars on Burnett’s variety show to laugh at his antics and break character.

Legendary singer and
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See Halsey Perform ‘Time After Time’ for In Memoriam Tribute at 2019 Emmys

See Halsey Perform ‘Time After Time’ for In Memoriam Tribute at 2019 Emmys
As part of the In Memoriam tribute at the 2019 Emmy Awards ceremony, Halsey performed a piano rendition of the Cyndi Lauper’s classic “Time After Time,” over a presentation of television entertainers who had passed away earlier this year. Introduced by actress Regina King, the pop star helped honor Katherine Helmond, Tim Conway, Gloria Vanderbilt, Penny Marshall, Luke Perry, Peter Fonda, Stan Lee, Rip Torn, and many more familiar faces from the silver screen.

Performing for the In Memoriam segment is such a huge honor! I'm so happy for Halsey being asked to do this!
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Complete Emmys 2019 ceremony rundown in show order for all 27 categories

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Complete Emmys 2019 ceremony rundown in show order for all 27 categories
Gold Derby is backstage in the Emmys 2019 press room and can now reveal the complete ceremony rundown in the show order for all 27 categories. A full list of presenters is also listed below. Pop star Halsey will be performing for the In Memoriam segment. The 71st annual Emmy Awards air live on Fox at 8:00 Et; 5:00 Pt. Don Mischer Productions and Done+Dusted are the producers. The ceremony will have no host this year.

SEE2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories [Updating Live]

Homer Simpson with Show Opening

1. Comedy Supporting Actor

2. Comedy Supporting Actress

3. Comedy Writing

4. Comedy Directing (Jane Lynch Luke Kirby)

5. Comedy Actor

6. Comedy Actress

7. Competition Program (Kardashians)

Game of Thrones reunion

8. Limited Series Supporting Actress (Game of Thrones cast)

9. Limited Series Directing

10. Limited Series Supporting Actor

11. Limited Series Writing

12. Limited Series Actor

13. TV Movie (James Corden)

Veep cast reunion

14. Limited Series Actress

15. Limited Series
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2019 Emmys explained: ‘Fleabag,’ ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Chernobyl’ top a night full of surprises and historic victories

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Who won at the 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night, September 22? We at Gold Derby have been handicapping these kudos since the spring, and now it’s time to find out which actors, writers, directors and programs it all paid off for. You can check out the full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories here as they’re announced, and refresh your memory about last weekend’s Creative Arts champs here and here. But there was a lot of potential for history to be made, so make sure to check back in here for complete analysis of the results, updating live throughout the night.

Game of Thrones” had the potential to make lots of history. It came into these awards with 57 total wins, more than any other narrative series in history. It earned 32 nominations this year alone; that’s more than any continuing series has ever earned in a single year.
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2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories [Updating Live]

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2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories [Updating Live]
It all came down to this. The 2019 Primetime Emmys presented their top 27 categories on Sunday night, September 22. So who took home the gold? Scroll down for the full list of nominees and winners, updating live as they’re announced.

Game of Thrones” came into these awards with a whopping 32 nominations, more than any other series this year and more than any other series has ever earned in a single year. It already won 10 times at the Creative Arts Awards that aired last Sunday, September 15 (check out the complete list of those winners here).

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There was a lot of history at stake for “Thrones” when the final trophies were handed out. A victory for Best Drama Series would have been its fourth, tying the record held by “Hill Street Blues,” “L.A. Law,” “The West Wing” and “Mad Men.” It was also
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Watch our live streaming Emmys 2019 pre-show with predictions and analysis from Gold Derby Editors

While the celebrities are making their grand entrances on the 2019 Emmy Awards red carpet (actually purple carpet this year), Gold Derby presents our annual tradition of a live pre-show. Watch our two-hour program above at 6:00 p.m. Et; 3:00 p.m. Pt and make your own comments below about our final predictions and analysis for all 27 categories.

Gold Derby editors Matt Noble and Riley Chow will be co-hosting. Joining them will be editors Joyce Eng and Daniel Montgomery, plus contributors Charles Bright, Sam Eckmann, Luca Giliberti, Zach Laws and Tony Ruiz.

See Emmys 2019 exclusive: Ceremony seat cards secretly show which nominees are attending and 2 Oscar winners who are not

Marcus Dixon and I will be on the red carpet and in the press room Sunday bringing you exclusive videos. You can also follow our Twitter feed and participate in our exciting forums thread for more coverage. We’ll also
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Emmys 2019: In Memoriam to honor Doris Day, Tim Conway, Valerie Harper and which other TV legends?

Emmys 2019: In Memoriam to honor Doris Day, Tim Conway, Valerie Harper and which other TV legends?
The special “In Memoriam” segment on the 2019 Emmy Awards ceremony will be especially tearful this year. Beloved television legends Tim Conway, Doris Day, Bob Einstein, Valerie Harper, Katherine Helmond, Peggy Lipton, Penny Marshall, Luke Perry, John Singleton and Rip Torn will certainly be just a few people honored with in a musical tribute performed by pop star Halsey.

Let’s take a look back at these TV icons as well as over 60 others who have died since mid-September last year. Many will be included in the memoriam for the live Emmys ceremony for Fox on September 22.

SEECelebrity Deaths 2019: In Memoriam Gallery

Tim Conway died on May 14 at age 85. The comedy legend won six Emmy Awards during his lengthy career, including four for “The Carol Burnett Show,” one for “Coach” and one for “30 Rock.” He was inducted into the TV Academy Hall of Fame in 2002.

Legendary singer and actress
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Ranking the 50 greatest male TV stars ever, including Johnny Carson, Bob Newhart, Mr. Rogers

Ranking the 50 greatest male TV stars ever, including Johnny Carson, Bob Newhart, Mr. Rogers
Who is the best male TV star of all time? Our new photo gallery above takes on the tough task of ranking the 50 greatest actors and performers. Agree or disagree with our choices?

With over 70 years of television to consider, we had to provide ourselves with a few rules to help simplify things. One of those was that every man in our gallery must have been an ongoing leading star at some point, preferably more often than not. That’s why you will not see such classic supporting actors as Art Carney, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Peter Dinklage and more. We also do not include any news/sports anchors or journalists such as Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow, Peter Jennings, Howard Cosell since they are not performers.

SEE30 Greatest Female TV Stars Ever, Ranked [Photos]

In order to place them in the rankings, we were looking at a combination of quality
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50 Greatest Male TV Stars Ever, Ranked

50 Greatest Male TV Stars Ever, Ranked
Who is the best male TV star of all time? Our new photo gallery above takes on the tough task of ranking the 50 greatest actors and performers. Agree or disagree with our choices?

With over 70 years of television to consider, we had to provide ourselves with a few rules to help simplify things. One of those was that every man in our gallery must have been an ongoing leading star at some point, preferably more often than not. That’s why you will not see such classic supporting actors as Art Carney, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Peter Dinklage and more. We also do not include any news/sports anchors or journalists such as Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow, Peter Jennings, Howard Cosell since they are not performers.

In order to place them in the rankings, we were looking at a combination of quality (top rated shows with the public or
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