R.I.P Alan Rickman..repin for our fandom. #AlanRickman #Snape #HarryPotter

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Rest in peace Alan! You were an incredible actor and such an amazing Severus Snape. You will be/are truly missed. I just can't believe it, thank you Alan for showing us your brilliant talent.

Mickey Rooney--what an amazing actor who's been starring in movies, commercials, stage performances since 1926! Basically non-stop, too.

RIP Mickey Rooney-- age an amazing actor who's been starring in movies, commercials, stage performances since Basically non-stop, too.

Omar Sharif: A just-as-handsome older man. Class never gets old!! Plus a fine actor.

Omar Sharif

Omar Sharif (aka Michel Demitri Shalboub) - ) - Franco-Arabic Actor, Soundtrack, Writer - Most notable: "Dr. Zhivago" "Funny Girl" "Juggernaut" 1974 - Nominated for Academy Award Best Actor in a Supporting Role - "Lawrence of Arabia" 1962

Actor Leonard Nimoy, who portrayed the beloved Vulcan 'Spock' on the original "Star Trek" TV show, died today (Feb. 27) at 83 years old. Goodbye both Leonard Nimoy a great humorist and black belt in sarcasm, and Admiral Spock an implacable foe to the enemies of the Federation and peace throughout the galaxy.

Actor Leonard Nimoy, who portrayed the beloved Vulcan 'Spock' on the original "Star Trek" TV show, died today (Feb. at 83 years old.

Lee Marvin left school to join the Marine Corps, serving as a Scout Sniper in the South Pacific. Wounded during the Battle of Saipan where most of his platoon was killed. Wounded by machine gun fire, severing his sciatic nerve, he was awarded the Purple Heart medal and given a medical discharge. Marvin died of a heart attack in 1987 and was buried at Arlington National Cemetery. His headstone reads “Lee Marvin, PFC US Marine Corps, World War II”. Once a Marine, always a Marine.

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Lee Marvin in Combat. Lee Marvin was in the Marines and was wounded during the battle of Saipan. He was not a sergeant as shown in this picture but was a private.

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Actor Russell Johnson, best known as "The Professor" on Gilligan's Island, served in the US Army Air Force during WWII. He flew 44 combat missions as a bombardier in B-25 bombers. In March 1945, he and two other B-25s were shot down in the Philippines. He broke both his ankles and the radioman next to him was killed. Johnson earned a Purple Heart, among other honors. He was honorably discharged and later served in the Army Reserve. He used his GI Bill to fund his acting lessons.

Actor Russell Johnson, best known as "The Professor" on Gilligan's Island, served in the US Army Air Force during WWII. He flew 44 combat missions as a bombardier in bombers. In March he and two other were shot down in the Philippines.

Today is not that day and tomorrow doesn't look good either

I'll stop pinning Tom Hiddleston today. WAIT a pin of Tom that I haven't seen before! *pin* WHY YOU Tom Hiddleston, Why!

No one can make you react to anything like John Candy! Great actor, amazing comic. We miss you John!

John Candy - October 1950 - March 1994 - was a Canadian actor and comedian. My favorite movie of his is "Summer Rental.

Yul Brynner: Russian-born United States based film & stage actor. He was best known for his portrayal of the 'King of Siam' in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I (YB) Born: July 11, 1920, Vladivostok, Russia - Died: October 10, 1985, New York City, New York, United States - http://dunway.us

Yul Brynner in Magnificent Seven ;my favorite actor and my favorite cowboy movie!

He is actually the only famous person who has died that I am genuinely torn up about... I feel like my heart is seriously aching today :(

The fact Alan Rickman knew the song is the best thing ever.

John Wayne, tearing up after he won an Oscar award. He truly was a humble, genuine, actor  who EARNED the award. Anyone can sing or act if you know somebody nowadays.

Real men do cry! John Wayne, tearing up after he won an Oscar award. He truly was a humble, genuine, actor who EARNED the award. Anyone can sing or act if you know somebody nowadays.

Catherine Zeta-Jones panics fans with Sean Connery post  Catherine Zeta-Jones panicked James Bond fans on Tuesday when she took to Instagram to say she was thinking about the amazing actor.  The film icon posted a picture of herself starring alongside Sean Connery 87 in the 1999 film Entrapment with the caption thinking of this amazing man today such wonderful memories and friendship.  Catherines 45 caption seemingly came out of the blue for fans who subsequently filled the comments section…

Catherine Zeta-Jones panics fans with Sean Connery post Catherine Zeta-Jones panicked James Bond fans on Tuesday when she took to Instagram to say she was thinking about the amazing actor. The film icon posted a picture of herself starring alongside Sean Connery 87 in the 1999 film Entrapment with the caption thinking of this amazing man today such wonderful memories and friendship. Catherines 45 caption seemingly came out of the blue for fans who subsequently filled the comments section…

I raise my wand in memorium of David Legeno, the talented actor who portrayed Fenrir Greyback, who died from heat-related illnesses in Death Valley. Thank you sir, for helping make Harry Potter what it is.

I raise my wand in memorium of David Legeno, the talented actor who portrayed Fenrir Greyback, who died today from heat-related illnesses in Death Valley. Thank you sir, for helping make Harry Potter what it is.

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