From a famous music stars to sports legends, take a look at the notable deaths of 2013.
Jan. 4: Tony Lip, actor ("The Sopranos," "The Godfather," "GoodFellas")
Jan. 7: Huell Howser, California public television icon
Jan. 11: Aaron Swartz, digital activist and co-developer of RSS, Reddit
Jan. 14: Conrad Bain, actor ("Diff'rent Strokes")
Jan. 16: Pauline Phillips, founder of the "Dear Abby" advice column
Jan 19: Earl Weaver, Hall of Fame baseball manager with the Baltimore Orioles
Jan. 20: Stan Musial, Hall of Fame baseball player with St. Louis Cardinals
Jan. 30: Patty Andrews, the last surviving member of the Andrews Sisters
Jan. 31: Caleb Moore, freestyle snowmobiler
Feb. 1: Ed Koch, former New York City mayor
Feb. 2: Chris Kyle, former Navy SEAL and author of "American Sniper"
Feb. 4: Essie Mae Washington-Williams, biracial daughter of longtime Senator Strom Thurmond
Feb. 17: Mindy McCready, country singer
Feb. 18: Jerry Buss, Los Angeles Lakers owner
Feb. 18: Damon Harris, singer, former member of The Temptations
Feb. 25: C. Everett Koop, former surgeon general
Feb. 27: Van Cliburn, classical pianist
Feb. 27: Richard Street, lead singer of the Temptations
March 1: Bonnie Franklin (left), actress ("One Day at a Time")
March 3: Bobby Rogers, singer from The Miracles
March 5: Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela.
March 6: Alvin Lee, guitarist Ten Years Later
March 18: Henry Bromell, author, screenwriter, director and executive producer for TV shows such as 'Homeland.'
March 19: Harry Reems, porn star (best known for playing Dr. Young in the 1972 adult film classic "Deep Throat")
March 22: Chunua Achebe, author ("Things Fall Apart")
March 23: Joe Weider, legendary publisher, promoter and weightlifter
March 26: Don Payne, writer ("The Simpsons," "Thor")
March 28: Richard Griffiths, actor
March 29: Paul Williams, rock journalist and founder of Crawdaddy magazine
March 30: Phil Ramone, music producer and innovator
April 1: William Ginsburg, attorney who represented former White House intern Monica Lewinsky
April 2: Jane Nebel Henson, instrumental in the development of the world-famous puppets
April 4: Roger Ebert, film critic and journalist
April 7: Lilly Pulitzer Rosseau, fashion designer
April 8: Margaret Thatcher, former British prime minister
April 8: Annette Funicello, actress and member of the original "Mickey Mouse Club"
April 10: Sir Robert Edwards, a "co-pioneer" of the in vitro fertilization technique and Nobel Prize winner
April 11: Jonathan Winters, comedian known for his improv work that inspired many a contemporary stand-up comic including Robin Williams, Jim Carrey and others.
April 16: Pat Summerall, football player turned NFL play-by-play announcer
April 19: Al Neuharth, USA Today founder
April 19: Allan Arbus, actor (M*A*S*H). Left to right: Arbus, Loretta Swit, Mike Farrell, Burt Metcalfe and Alan Alda
April 21: Chrissy Amphlett, lead singer of the Divinyls
April 22: Richie Havens, folk singer
April 26: George Jones, country singer
May 1: Chris Kelly (right), one-half of the 1990s rap duo Kris Kross
May 8: Jeanne Cooper, actress (Katherine Chancellor on "The Young and the Restless")
May 13: Joyce Brothers, pioneered the television advice show and was called the mother of media psychology
May 20: Ray Manzarek, founding keyboardist for The Doors
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