Jerry Lewis was 91. He was a slapstick-loving comedian, innovative filmmaker and generous fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Bryan Murray was 74. He won the Jack Adams award as NHL coach of the year in 1984 with the Washington Capitals and executive of the year as general manager of the Florida Panthers in 1993. He coached 1,239 regular-season games over his NHL career, compiling a record of 620 wins (10th most in NHL history), 465 losses, 131 ties and 23 overtime losses.
Glen Campbell was 81. He was the singer and guitarist best remembered for a string of country-inflected hits that ran from the mid-'60s to the late '80s: "Gentle on My Mind," "Rhinestone Cowboy," "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "Wichita Lineman," "Galveston," "Southern Nights" and "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" among them.
Don Baylor was 68. He won the 1979 American League MVP with the California Angels, playing for six teams over a 19-year MLB career. He later went on to manage the Colorado Rockies and Chicago Cubs.
Darren Daulton was 55. He played 1,109 of his 1,161 career games for the Philadelphia Phillies, leading them to the World Series in 1993 before winning it with the Florida Marlins in 1997.
Chester Bennington was 41. He was best known as the frontman for the rock band Linkin Park.
Martin Landau was 89. He was the versatile actor who won an Oscar for his role as Bela Lugosi in Tim Burton's "Ed Wood".
George Romero was 77. His 1968 film "Night of the Living Dead" spawned an entire school of zombie movies while revolutionizing the horror genre.
Dave Semenko was 59. He had 65 goals, 88 assists and 1,175 penalty minutes in 575 NHL games with Edmonton, Hartford and Toronto. He won two Stanley Cups with the Oilers and is best remembered as Wayne Gretzky's on-ice bodyguard.
Don Matthews was 77. He was the head coach who won 231 games in the CFL, the second highest win total by a head coach in the league's history. He coached our Toronto Argonauts in 1990, from 1996-1998 and again in 2008, winning two Grey Cups.
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