Remembering ‘Moon Knight’s Gaspard Ulliel & More Stars We’ve Lost in 2022

Gaspard Ulliel
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It’s a new year and already 2022 is making way for some fond farewells as we say goodbye to some of TV’s biggest stars. And though they may be gone, audiences can still enjoy their work on television and in some cases on film. Here, we’re celebrating and remembering them for years to come.

Scroll down to see which television stars have left us so far this year.

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Gaspard Ulliel
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Gaspard Ulliel

1984-2022

Cause of death: Injuries sustained during a skiing accident

Best Known for: The French actor died just weeks before his debut in Marvel’s Disney+ series Moon Knight. His other TV credits include Twice Upon a Time. Ulliel was better known for his film work which included roles in titles ranging from Hannibal Rising and Paris je t’aime to A Very Long Engagement.

Jordan Cashmyer on 16 and Pregnant
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Jordan Cashmyer

1995-2022

Cause of death: Unknown

Best Known for: Jordan Cashymer was featured in MTV’s docuseries 16 and Pregnant. Her episode, which aired in 2014, chronicled the weeks leading up to the birth of her daughter, Evie, with then-boyfriend Derek Taylor. The Marylander’s parents shared the news of her death on Facebook.

Ralph Emery
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Ralph Emery

1933-2022

Cause of death: Natural Causes

Best Known for: The country music broadcaster and announcer was best known for Nashville Now, Dolly, and Pop! Goes the Country. Among Emery’s scripted credits was a role in the 1982 television film Country Gold. Emery died of natural causes surrounded by his family in Nashville where he was inducted into the Country Musical Hall of Fame in 2007.

Bob Saget
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Bob Saget

1956-2022

Cause of death: Unknown

Best Known for: Bob Saget was known for making people laugh, particularly in his role as single father Danny Tanner in Full House and later in Fuller House. The actor and comedian also originated the hosting role on ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos. He also had a memorable recurring guest role on HBO’s Entourage, playing a version of himself. Among one of Saget’s most recent TV appearances was on Fox’s The Masked Singer as the competitor Squiggly Monster.

Sidney Poitier
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Sidney Poitier

1927-2022

Cause of death: Unknown

Best Known for: Best known as being the first Black man to win the Oscar for Best Actor, Poitier was also a trailblazing activist. Along with his Oscar-winning role in Lilies of the Field, Poitier is also known for TV roles in The Last Brickmaker in America, The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn, David and Lisa, Free of Eden, Mandela and de Klerk, To Sir, With Love II, Children of the Dust, Separate But Equal, and many more.

The Sopranos Peter Bogdanovich
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Peter Bogdanovich

1939-2022

Cause of death: Natural Causes

Best Known for: The Oscar-nominated director was best known for his work behind the camera on films like Paper Moon, The Last Picture Show, What’s Up, Doc?, and Targets. Bogdanovich had a prominent role on HBO’s The Sopranos as Dr. Melfi’s (Lorraine Bracco) therapist, Dr. Elliot Kupferberg, a show for which he also directed the 2004 episode “Sentimental Education.” The actor appeared in other shows including Out of Order, Get Shorty, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. He also had one episode stints in 8 Simple Rules, Moonlighting, and How I Met Your Mother among many others.

Joan Copeland
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Joan Copeland

1922-2022

Cause of death: Natural Causes

Best Known for: The Broadway star and Soap veteran was best known on television for her roles in How to Survive Marriage, Search for Tomorrow, and Law & Order. She had small roles in One Life to Live, As the World Turns, All in the Family, Chicago Hope, Loving, and more. She was also known for being the sister of American Playwright Arthur Miller.

Robert Bruce Comic Book Men
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Robert Bruce

1959-2022

Cause of death: Unknown

Best Known for: Robert Bruce was best known for his role on AMC’s series Comic Book Men. The docuseries followed collectors as they had their prized items appraised by experts like Bruce who worked at Kevin Smith’s store Jay & Silent Bob’s Stash in Red Bank, New Jersey.

Dwayne Hickman in The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
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Dwayne Hickman

1934-2022

Cause of death: Complications related to Parkinson’s disease

Best Known for: The actor, producer, and television director played the titular character in The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, a sitcom that aired from 1959 to 1963, as well as TV movies in 1977 and 1988. His other TV roles included The Lone Ranger, The Bob Cummings Show, Murder, She Wrote, and Clueless. He also directed episodes of Charles in Charge, Designing Women, Sister, Sister, and more.