Morley Safer (died May 19, age 84)
As a celebrated Vietnam correspondent, the Canadian-born Safer was accused by President Lyndon Johnson of undermining U.S. war efforts. He later became one of the longest-serving correspondents on CBS' "60 Minutes."
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Noel Neill (died July 3, age 95)
Neill's career stretched back to the early 1940s. She played Lois Lane on the '50s series "The Adventures of Superman" and later turned up in small parts in later incarnations of the superhero franchise.
Jack Riley (died August 19, age 80)
A veteran character actor, Riley was most famous for playing the neurotic Mr. Carlin on "The Bob Newhart Show."