Mr. McGrath joined the inaugural cast of “Sesame Street” in 1969 as Bob Johnson, the affable neighborhood music teacher.

During 11 terms in office, he was a social moderate and a fiscal conservative and sparred with fellow Republicans over his strong support of free trade.

Often using the Midwest as a backdrop, Ms. Reichert explored themes of race, gender and the workplace.

Mr. Jones performed mostly with the Young Bucks rhythm-and-blues band and the Legendary Orioles doo-wop group, and he won rapturous reviews.

He won the Cy Young Award twice in the 1970s, and was the first pitcher to do so in both the American and National leagues.

Her autobiographical, raunchy, and darkly absurd comics in the 1970s made her a feminist heroine to a generation of women. She was married to fellow underground cartoonist Robert Crumb.

He was the first living Japanese American, and the second overall, to receive the nation's highest award for valor.

Ms. McVie’s credits include some of Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hits, among them “Don't Stop,” about her crumbling marriage to bandmate John McVie

In a 37-year career, he covered political leaders and captured everyday residents going about their lives.

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One of few women in her era to practice criminal law, she helped win the release of two Florida defendants known as the Death Row Brothers.

He presided over a period of extraordinary economic growth that by some measures tripled the size of China’s economy.

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He was among the dozens of Jewish comedians who honed their craft at the all-inclusive resorts in the Catskill Mountains. He joked that his cholesterol level was 9-1-1.

He was a regular on TV shows "Matlock” and “Walker, Texas Ranger,” and in his later film career, he had roles in religiously themed dramas.

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One of the major Black nightclub singers of her era, she left entertainment in 1955 to pursue missionary work but later returned to the stage as an opera singer.

His unorthodox poems and essays made him one of postwar Germany’s leading authors. He also found a global audience with his children’s book “The Number Devil.”

Ms. Cara sued for allegedly unpaid royalties in the 1980s in a long legal battle that appeared to derail her career.

She brought Sinatra, then a singing waiter, to the attention of her husband, bandleader Harry James.

In office from 1979 to 1983, he had an extra dose of celebrity as the husband of sportscaster and former Miss America Phyllis George.

A self-styled Marxist, pacifist and existentialist, he became “one of the visible saints of the modern American left," in the description of the Nation magazine.

He also recorded with singer Roger Daltrey of the Who and played the mute executioner Ilyn Payne in the HBO series “Game of Thrones."

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