March 9: William Guarnere, a World War II veteran popularized by the "Band of Brothers" miniseries died at age 90.
March 9: Sheila MacRae, actress, "The Honeymooners", "The Jackie Gleason Show", "I Love Lucy", "Murder She Wrote"
March 9: William Clay Ford Sr., director emeritus of Ford Motor Company, owner of the Detroit Lions and last surviving grandson of Henry Ford
Feb. 26: Tim Wilson, comedian and musician
Feb 26: Legendary Spanish guitarist Paco de Lucia
Feb. 24: Harold Ramis, actor, writer and director ("Ghostbusters," "Groundhog Day," "Caddyshack")
Feb. 22: Maria von Trapp, last of the Trapp Family Singers featured in the play and film "The Sound of Music."
Feb. 21: Garrick Utley, former broadcast news reporter and anchor who served NBC News as a foreign correspondent for decades before reporting for ABC and CNN
Feb. 18: Bob Casale (L), guitarist for the band Devo
Feb. 13: Ralph Waite, actor from "The Waltons" and other shows
Feb. 12: Sid Caesar, pioneering TV comedian
Feb. 11: Actress Shirley Temple
Feb. 6: Ralph Kiner, Baseball Hall of Fame outfielder and longtime New York Mets broadcaster
Feb. 3: Joan Mondale, wife of former Vice President Walter Mondale
Feb. 2: Philip Seymour Hoffman, actor best known for his Oscar-winning role in "Capote"
Jan. 31: Maximilian Schell, actor best known for his Oscar-winning role in 1961's "Judgment at Nuremberg"
Jan. 31: Anna Gordy Gaye, ex-wife of singer Marvin Gaye and inspiration for songs including "Pride and Joy" and "You're a Wonderful One." She was also the sister of Motown founder Berry Gordy, who she is pictured with here.
Jan 28: Pete Seeger, folk singer
Jan. 16: Russell Johnson, better known as "The Professor" on the hit TV series "Gilligan's Island."
Jan. 11: Ariel Sharon, who served as a military and political leader in Israel for half a century.
Jan. 10: Larry Speakes, who served as President Ronald Reagan's press secretary.
Jan. 5: Eusebio da Silva Ferreira, soccer legend from Portugal
Jan. 3: Phil Everly, half of musical duo the Everly Brothers
Jan. 3: Alicia Rhett, actress best known as India Wilkes in "Gone With the Wind"