Another Entertainer Dies from the 70's

@lelin1123 (15645)
Puerto Rico
June 29, 2009 2:10pm CST
Comedian Fred Travelena died at the age of 66 from cancer. He was the comedian who's face would change into different characters from Frank Sinatra to Dean Martin. He was known as the man of a thousand faces. He appeared on Johnny Carson numerous times. So it looks like the deaths in Hollywood are continuing.
2 responses
@Uroborus (910)
• Canada
29 Jun 09
Yeah, I remember this guy. He certainly had a unique talent. Well, there's no reason why the deaths in Hollywood would continue. It has a sizable population after all. The length of time that TV has been around is quite a long time now. With all the shows, and movies made, there would be many current as well as ex stars. So , statistically, there should be deaths fairly often. Oh, technically, I don't think you can call Michael Jackson a Hollywood person.
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
29 Jun 09
Oh I guess I should have said entertainment industry. Yes there are alot of stars around but when people die at the age of 50, 62, 66 that is young to me. Thanks for responding.
@amybrezik (2123)
• United States
29 Jun 09
Does that make 5 now? Maybe we will hit 6 and the rule of 3's will still apply. It's really sad that this many of our "stars" are going at once.
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
29 Jun 09
It was David Carradine on June 4, Ed McMahon on June 23, Farrah Fawcett & Michael Jackson on June 25, Gale Storm on June 27, Billy Hayes on June 28, and Fred Travelena today June 29. We are up to 7 now! Will there be two more?