Who Died: November 2022, Week 4 | News

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November 2022 Week 4 (2022 Episode 48)
This video features “Fame” and “Flashdance… What a Feeling” singer and actress Irene Cara, “Walker, Texas Ranger” and “Die Hard” actor Clarence Gilyard Jr., Borscht Belt comedian Freddie Roman, big band singer Louise Tobin, Maple Leafs NHL player Börje Salming, De La Soul and 3rd Bass musician Don Newkirk, U.S. Representative from Virginia Donald McEachin, “The Sword and the Sorcerer” filmmaker Albert Pyun, “It Was a Very Good Year” oboist Gene Cipriano, former Chinese president Jiang Zemin, FTC chief Michael Pertschuk, Medal of Honor recipient Hiroshi Miyamura, ADA pioneer Robert Silverstein, San Diego Chargers quarterback John Hadl, Cy Young Award-winning pitcher Gaylord Perry, and Fleetwood Mac singer and songwriter Christine McVie.

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Irene Cara
Clarence Gilyard Jr.
Freddie Roman
Louise Tobin
Börje Salming
Don Newkirk
Donald McEachin
Albert Pyun
Gene Cipriano
Jiang Zemin
Michael Pertschuk
Hiroshi Miyamura
Robert Silverstein
John Hadl
Gaylord Perry
Christine McVie

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