The stars we've lost so far in 2023

Burt Bacharach -
The prolific songwriter, best known for hits such as 'I Say A Little Prayer' and 'Walk On By,' died on February 8. He was 94.

Sylvia Syms -
The veteran English actress passed away on January 27, at the age of 89.

Raquel Welch -
The iconic actress and sex symbol passed away on February 15, aged 82.

Paco Rabanne -
The famous Spanish-French fashion designer left us on February 3, at the age of 88.

Bobby Hull -
The Canadian Hockey Hall of Famer died on January 30, at age 84.

Annie Wersching -
The actress, best known for roles on shows such as '24' and 'Timeless,' died on January 29, at the age of 45.

Lisa Loring -
The actress, best known for playing Wednesday Addams in the 1960s sitcom 'The Addams Family,'  passed away on January 28. She was 64.

Walter Cunningham -
The last surviving Apollo 7 astronaut died on January 3, at the age of 90.

Cindy Williams -
The 'Laverne & Shirley' (1976–1983) actress passed away on January 25. Cindy Williams was 75.

David Crosby -
The folk rock pioneer and founding member of The Byrds died on January 18. He was 81.

Edward R. Pressman -
The film producer behind movies such as 'The Crow' (1994) passed away on January 17. Pressman was 79.

Gina Lollobrigida -
The iconic Italian actress left this world on January 16, at the age of 95.

Robbie Knievel -
The stunt performer, son of the legendary daredevil Evel Knievel, left us on January 13. Robbie Knievel was 60.

Lisa Marie Presley -
The singer-songwriter and daughter of Elvis and Priscilla Presley passed away on January 12. Lisa Marie Presley was 54.

Tatjana Patitz -
German supermodel Tatjana Patitz passed away on January 11, at the age of 56.

Gangsta Boo -
Rapper Lola Mitchell, better known as Gangsta Boo and for being a former member of Three 6 Mafia, died on January 1. She was 43.

Gianluca Vialli -
Italian soccer legend Gianluca Vialli, who lifted several trophies with Juventus FC and Chelsea FC, died on January 6. He was 58.

Ken Block -
The American rally driver and co-founder of DC Shoes passed away on January 2. Ken Block was 55.

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