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Life In Legacy - Week ending Saturday, January 29, 2022

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Barry Cryer
Comedy Writer/Actor
Saturday, 23rd March 1935 - Thursday, 27th January 2022 (86)
Although he achieved recognition as a performer and game show panellist, his function as a gag writer for other comic talents made him the backbone of 70s and 80s British comedy. Morecambe and Wise, The Two Ronnies, Bob Hope, Tommy Cooper and Kenny Everett all benefited from his talents.
Leonard Fenton
Thursday, 29th April 1926 - Saturday, 29th January 2022 (95)
Howard Hesseman
Tuesday, 27th February 1940 - Saturday, 29th January 2022 (81)
Started with improvisational comedy, Hesseman moved on to acting using the name Don Sturdy but soon reverted and by 1978 had assumed his most well known role, that of John “Dr. Johnny Fever” Caravella on WKRP in in Cincinnati.
Jo Kendall
Saturday, 17th February 1940 - Saturday, 29th January 2022 (81)
Prolific British actress of TV, radio and stage equally at home with comedy or drama.
Rosalie Kunoth-Monks
1936 - Wednesday, 26th January 2022
Vachik Mangassarian
1943 - Monday, 24th January 2022
Donald May
Tuesday, 22nd February 1927 - Friday, 28th January 2022 (94)
Sister Janet Mead
1938 - Wednesday, 26th January 2022
Sister Janet Mead became an unlikely rock star when she set The Lord's Prayer to music in 1973. Sister Janet devoted her life to charitable causes being awarded Australian of the Year in 2004. Died from cancer aged 83.
Moses J. Moseley
Thursday, 23rd December 1993 - Wednesday, 26th January 2022 (28)
Pursued modelling career after substantial weight loss eventually catching the eye of casting directors. Cultdom assured after becoming am armless, jawless zombie pet on The Walking Dead.
Thierry Mugler
Fashion Designer
Tuesday, 21st December 1948 - Sunday, 23rd January 2022 (73)
Peter Robbins
Friday, 10th August 1956 - Tuesday, 25th January 2022 (65)
Born Louis G. Nanasi, Robbins became the definitive voice of comic strip character, Charlie Brown, in a series of beloved animated specials. Made many more TV appearances before moving on from acting in 1972.
Morgan Stevens
Tuesday, 16th October 1951 - Wednesday, 26th January 2022 (70)