All the arts have deplored unfortunate disappearances in recent months.

In terms of cinema and television, 2022 was notably marked by the death of Olivia Newton-John.

The Grease


has passed away at the age of 73 after a long battle with breast cancer.

As for Angela Lansbury, the unforgettable Jessica Fletcher of the


series , she breathed her last breath last October, just five days before her 97th birthday.

Anne Heche was, for her part, only 53 years old when she succumbed last August following a car accident from which she had left seriously injured.

And how not to mention the disappearance of Robbie Coltrane who will remain in the memory of lovers of the

Harry Potter

saga in the guise of the endearing Hagrid.

However, the actor had shone in many other roles and in particular in two opuses of the

James Bond

franchise , namely

The World is not enough




He was 72 years old.

Great artists and a great queen

Still in the cinema, but on the other side of the camera, it is Jean-Luc Godard who bowed out last September at the age of 91.

We will also remember the departure of the Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake, at the age of 84, but also of the French novelist and cartoonist Jean Teulé, who died of cardiac arrest at the age of 69.

As for Daniel Lévi, star of the musical

The Ten Commandments

, cancer killed him at just 60 years old.

Conversely, the causes of the death of Coolio, the interpreter of the 1995

hit Gangsta's Paradise

, who died suddenly in September at the age of 59, are unknown.

And we end the penultimate part of our retrospective of the disappearances of the year with a death that shook the entire planet.

Of course, we want to talk about the departure of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8 at the age of 96 after leaving her mark on the beginning of this century as much as the one that preceded it.


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  • People

  • Jean-Luc Godard

  • Retrospective

  • Queen Elizabeth II