We’ve already had to say goodbye to some big names this year in the worlds of entertainment and beyond.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the musicians, celebrities and other cultural figures we’ve lost so far in 2023.
Guitar icon and two-time Rock &Roll Hall of Fame inductee.
Gangsta Boo of Three 6 Mafia
Singer/songwriter and only child Elvis and Priscilla Presley.
Co-founding member/drummer for Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Singer-songwriter best known for his work with the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash (& Young)
Drummer for Modest Mouse.
Founding member of the Pointer Sisters.
“Father of Instant Replay” in the NFL
Child Star on ‘Eight Is Enough’
Actress, international sex symbol, photojournalist and politician.
"Diamond" of conservative media personalities "Diamond and Silk"
Former head of Volkswagen that helped popularize the VW Beetle.
Actress best known for playing Shirley Feeney in the 1970s sitcom 'Laverne & Shirley.'
Legendary songwriter who wrote hits for Dionne Warwick, Aretha Franklin, Jackie DeShannon, Tom Jones, Dusty Springfield and more.
Actress and iconic sex symbol of the 1960s.
One-third of the influential hip-hop group De La Soul
Songwriter and husband of Kellie Pickler.
Actor of stage, screen and television. Best known for playing Jim Dial on the hit CBS sitcom 'Murphy Brown.'
Confectioner best known for inventing Peeps.
Hockey Hall of Famer best known for his 15 seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks.
Co-creator of 'Sesame Street'
Iconic Philadelphia DJ, "The Geator with the Heater" and "The Big Boss with the Hot Sauce."
Songwriter and guitarist from influential punk band Television.
Actress best known for playing Wednesday Addams on ABC's 'The Addams Family' from 1964-1966.
Actor and singer/songwriter best known for his roles on 'Hollywood Heights' and 'Days of Our Lives.'
MLB All-Star and two-time World Series Champion that went on to be a Hall of Fame broadcaster.
Noted superfan of 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show.'