2016 was a tough year, as we said goodbye to some of our best known and well-loved figures – from George Michael and Carrie Fisher to Prince and David Bowie. And the losses have continued into 2017 with the sad news that Bill Paxton had passed away, following the deaths of stars such as Gorden Kaye, John Hurt and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson. Here’s a look at all of the celebrities we’ve lost in 2017 so far who have inspired generations. NOVEMBER Keith Barron Actor Keith Barron died on November 15 aged 83 after a short illness. Barron was most famous for his role in sitcom Duty Free in the 1980s. He also starred in ITV drama Where the Heart Is and in 2007 appeared on Coronation Street as George Trench. Antonio Carluccio Italian chef Antonio Carluccio died on November 8 aged 80, after a fall at home. London-based Antonio’s career spanned an epic 50 years, but he was best known for BBC Two’s Tow Greedy Italians, which he hosted with fellow Italian chef Gennaro Contaldo. He also opened the much loved Carluccio’s chain of restaurants, which started life as a humble Italian food shop opened by Antonio and his wife in… Read full this story
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