19 Celebrity Deaths That Were Difficult to Accept and Left People Heartbroken

The passing of famous personalities may stun individuals, particularly their devoted fans and those who admired their contributions. Certain deaths leave a more profound impact than others. An internet survey recently asked, “What celebrity death saddened you the most? Here are the top 20 responses:

Alan Rickman

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“My first movie intro to him was the Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, and I still threaten to take someone’s heart out with a spoon.”

“The thing with Alan Rickman is that when we lost him, we lost all his future performances. We’ll never get to see his old-age performances, and we are worse off for it.”

Lance Reddick

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“A friend talked me into seeing John Wick 4, and I really loved everything Lance had been in and was excited to go. Then he just passed away, which really saddened me as it was so unexpected.”

“Lance Reddick was shocking. He was someone I was always delighted to see when he would pop up in anything.”

Steve Irwin

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“I imagine that if he had survived the stingray attack, he’d be back swimming with a school of stingrays in the next show. To show that there is nothing to fear and that the stingray that hit him didn’t really mean to do it. Then he would explain how they defend themselves, and also he’d kiss a ray at the very end of the show and call it his “little mate” before releasing it.”

“He was one of the purest people I have ever seen to this day, and the world lost a great one. I can only imagine what he would be doing today.”

Anton Yelchin

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“Poor guy had the whole world in front of him. He was in great movies ( even his voice work in Trollhunters was great), and the way he went is just so random and awful. Not to say other deaths aren’t tragic.”

“This was the one that hit most for me, probably because he was around my age and so young when he passed. No drugs or depression, unlike most young Hollywood deaths, just a horrific freak accident.”

Heath Ledger

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“He still had so much more to show us as an actor.”

“His death hit me hard. I have no idea why. I liked him as an actor, but I don’t really follow actors too much. Maybe it was because I was blown away by his Joker. Or maybe because he was around my age. It really haunted me for a while. Just the senselessness of it, the loss of talent. I don’t even have words for how it messed with me.”

Chris Cornell

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“His loss felt very personal to me. He had a beautiful voice, and Temple of the Dog came at an important time in my life. I still feel emotional when I hear his Johnny Cash cover “You Never Knew My Mind” which I think was written as a breakup song but now sounds like a posthumous note to family and fans.”

“I still tear up sometimes hearing his voice. There will never be anything like that voice ever again. A true original.”

Grant Imahara

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“His death was so random and unexpected that I genuinely didn’t believe he died. For a couple of days, after it happened, I was silently convinced it was an internet prank. Watching the videos of Adam Savage touring his workshop was really hard, too.”

“The mythbuster had such an impact on me growing up. I still cry when I think he’s not among us anymore.”

Sir Terry Pratchett

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“He and his works both made the world a better, more interesting place.”

“He died towards the end of my pregnancy with my youngest. It was a horrible, very traumatic pregnancy and a very dark time for me. His death made it worse, especially as his books always brought comfort. It has been several years since then, and I still cannot bring myself to read the last book as I am still not ready for it to be over.”

Anthony Bourdain

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“It’s hard rewatching all his stuff now. Some of the things that he said really made me sit up and think to myself that we all missed the signs and taught me to listen to people more carefully.”

“That one hit hard. It seemed like he had made some major improvements and was happy. Turns out it was not the case. Just insanely sad.”

Leonard Nimoy

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“It wasn’t unexpected, but Star Trek has been in my family forever. I don’t think I watched through TOS until after his passing, but he was just background to my life, a real figure.”

“I logged into Star Trek Online that day and went down to Vulcan. There were literally hundreds of people there gathered in silence. I was truly amazed. They actually have a statue of Spock now in the place where we all gathered. It’s very touching.”

Jim Henson

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“Every time I go to Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World, I have to go to the Muppets 3D movie. It was the last thing he did as Kermit. It makes me sad that he died before the paperwork with Disney was complete, and because of that, a lot of the plans for the muppets at that park never happened.”

“Balled my eyes out watching his funeral on TV.”

Cameron Boyce

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“We basically watched that kid grow up. He was ridiculously talented. Had comedic timing down. Could dance crazily well. And he just seemed like an all-around good human being. Didn’t deserve to go that young. So unfair.”

“Made me so sad. I grew up watching him on Disney channel, and he was only a little older than me.”

Brittany Murphy

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“The documentary put out on her made it seem so preventable. Her story truly hurt my heart.”

“It really makes me think about how so many stars are used and manipulated for their worth, with no regard given to their personal health. If 1 or 2 strong friends or family members had stepped up and said/done something, we’d still have some of these people. RIP.”

James Gandolfini

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“I binged all of The Sopranos a couple of years ago and then googled to see what James Gandolfini was up to recently. Was absolutely gutted to find out he died.”

“The documentary about him with the Sopranos cast is stunning. Such a memorial to a great, talented man.”

Chester Bennington

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“Losing Chris Cornell and Chester this quickly, and the context of their friendship, was/is truly devastating.”

“That moment in the memorial concert when they play Numb without the vocals but have a spotlight on an empty microphone wreathed in flowers kills me every time. That the crowd picked up on it right away and sang the whole song, too.”

Carrie Fisher

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“The way people talked about her, it was like she lit up every room she was in.”

“I met her at a Comic-Con right before she died. She was still so beautiful, funny, and classy. I was heartbroken when I heard she died.”

Robin Williams

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“The one was especially weird for me because he died right around the time my oldest brother died. I saw Good Will Hunting for the first time before the wake.”

“A few days after he died, I saw What Dreams May Come at a local theater that was playing his movies. My friend and I held hands, and ugly cried the whole time.”

Alex Trebek

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“I haven’t watched a single episode of Jeopardy since his last episode.”

“It was like Alex was a part of our family for 30 mins every evening. So it was very sad when he passed.”

Naya Rivera

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“Not her fan, but the way she died was really tragic. Thinking of her child left alone on that boat for hours looking for his mama hurts my chest.”

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