Legendary entertainer and TV personality Al Pacino, 76, was diagnosed with cancer and died Monday night, according to his family.
His daughter, Barbara, said Pacino died Monday at his Los Angeles home.
The cause of death was unspecified, according, according the Los Angeles Times.
Pacino was an early champion of the movie and television industry, known for his roles on “Seinfeld,” “The Cosby Show,” “Friends” and other television shows.
He also starred in the musical “The Rockford Files.”
He is survived by his wife, Jeanie Pacino; daughter Barbara; son Joe; and grandchildren.
Pacinos death was the latest in a string of celebrity deaths.
Actor/comedian Jerry Lewis, 82, died on Saturday, Aug. 14 at his home in Atlanta.
He was found with a gunshot wound to the head and pronounced dead, the Associated Press reported.
The Associated Press also reported that former tennis star Andre Agassi, 90, died Sunday at his Beverly Hills home.
Agassi had been hospitalized since June 30 with a hip injury and heart failure.
He had previously been hospitalized with a pneumonia and had not been discharged, according CNN.
He reportedly had a history of heart issues and was on a ventilator for several days before he died.
Actor and comedian Gary Busey, 85, died of a heart attack Saturday in his home on the Pacific Coast Highway in San Diego, California.
He died of congestive heart failure, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
Buseys daughter, Kristin, said Busezys death was not related to cancer.
She said Buses health had been “good” for the past two years.
Actor James Garner, 75, died Monday, Aug 16, from cancer at his Hollywood Hills home, his publicist said.
Garner was diagnosed in 2013 with advanced cancer, the Los Angles Times reported.
Garner died Saturday night at his hospital bedside, the New York Daily News reported.
He has also starred on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “Breaking Bad,” “Beverly Hills Cop II” and “The West Wing.”
Garner had appeared in films such as “Jaws” and the “Star Wars” series “Starwars.”
Garner’s mother, Joan, said he had been in hospice care for more than a year.
Garner’s last known public appearance was in March when he appeared on “Saturday Night Live” with Kate McKinnon and Melissa McCarthy.
Actor Mark Ruffalo, 75 and comedian Eddie Murphy, 77, have also died from chronic lung disease, according a statement from Murphy’s publicist, the Hollywood Reporter reported.
Both died Sunday night, the paper reported.
Actor Robert De Niro, 70, died at his Rancho Santa Margarita, California, home from pneumonia, the LA Times reported Monday.
He suffered from lung cancer and underwent surgery at UCLA Medical Center on Saturday.
His publicist did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the LA Time.
Actor Peter Dinklage, 78, died from pneumonia at his West Hollywood home on Sunday, the Daily Mail reported.
Dinklery, best known for playing the role of John Malkovich on “The Office,” passed away at his Santa Monica home Sunday night.
His family, the press release stated, confirmed he was in good health.
Dinks life had been plagued by respiratory problems, the release said.
He is also survived by daughters Ann and Rachelle Dinklers.
Actor Bruce Willis, 69, died Aug. 13 at the UCLA Medical Institute in Los Angeles, his rep said.
Willis was diagnosed last year with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, a lung disease.
He did not have any medical conditions related to the disease, his reps said.
Actor George Clooney, 82 and his wife Rosalind, 69 died Monday morning, Aug 18, at their Beverly Hills, California home.
Clooney had been battling lung cancer for some time, his wife said.
His illness, which he was battling, was not diagnosed until this summer, his daughter said.
The couple had been married for 40 years and had two children.
Cloones death was first reported by TMZ.
Actor Billy Crystal, 77 and his daughter, Rosalynn, 50, died Saturday, Oct. 3, from multiple gunshot wounds to the stomach and neck, according police reports.
Crystal was shot and killed in Los Alamitos, New Mexico, on Saturday after being pulled over by police, according his publicists.
Crystal had recently been released from a hospital in Santa Monica, California after being treated for his pneumonia, his press release said, adding that Crystal was on “a ventilators ventilatory machine” for several hours before his death.
Crystal is survived in his wife’s name by his sons, Ben and Matt.
Crystal also had a son, James, who is currently in his late teens.
Crystal, who had been dating