By InTouch Weekly
2014 has undoubtedly been a year of tragedy in Hollywood with the passing of numerous celebrities. Which faces will we miss the most in 2015? Click to find out.
The beloved comedian was rushed to the hospital due to complications from a throat procedure, which ultimately ended in the larger-than-life TV personality's death on Sep. 4.
Philip had been struggling
with addiction well before his tragic death by heroin overdose on Feb. 2. His untimely passing sent shockwaves around Hollywood.
Robin's suicide rocked the entertainment industry in mid-August, shocking fans, friends, and family. Many of his co-stars took to social media to mourn the loss of the comedy icon.
Simone is best known as a
member of the girl group G.R.L, and as an ‘X-Factor’ contestant. On Sept. 5, she committed suicide in her West Hollywood apartment. She was only 25-years-old.
Ruby passed away on June 11. Not only was she a celebrated actress (you may remember her from ‘American Gangster’), but she also played a central role during the civil rights movement.
L'Wren was found dead on
March 17 in her Manhattan apartment. The cause of death was ruled as a
suicide, and her tragic passing rocked the fashion industry and longtime beau Mick Jagger.
Who could forget James' performance as the elderly Noah in 'The Notebook?' The Hollywood veteran died
of natural causes, and will be missed in 2015.
The well-known socialite
tragically passed at the young age of 25 due to an alleged heroin overdose, echoing the death of her mother, Paula Yates, in 2000.
This MTV 'Challenge' star should be commended for her bravery and perseverance. Diem was only 32-years-old when the cancer that she'd been fighting since 2006 claimed her life.
This radio legend's health may have been the source of numerous heated debates before his passing, but Casey Kasem's death still left a huge impact on the entertainment industry.
After more than 70 years in the film and entertainment business, and with two Oscars under his belt, Richard passed away on Aug. 24 at the age of 90.
Lauren is positively a Hollywood legend! Having starred in numerous films, three of which were with her husband, the equally iconic Humphrey Bogart, Lauren died on Aug. 12.