Roth won the Pulitzer Prize for 1997's "American Pastoral." Tom Wolfe, author and journalist behind the New Journalism movement, died on May 15, 2018, his agent said. Wolfe was the bestselling author of "The Right Stuff" and "Bonfire of the Vanities." A Virginia native, Wolfe moved to New York City in 1962 when he began working for the New York Herald Tribune, according to the New York Times. Margot Kidder, "Superman's" Lois Lane, died on May 13, 2018, according to a representative at Montana Funeral Home. The actress starred in the 1978 "Superman" film alongside Christopher Reeve.
In total, she portrayed the superhero's reporter love interest in four "Superman" flicks -- in 1987, 1983, 19.
Krauthammer, who died of cancer of the small intestine, was a fixture on the Fox News Channel as well as on editorial pages of The Washington Post and other national newspapers.
Rapper XXXTentacion was shot dead in South Florida on Monday, June 18, 2018, TMZ first reported.
Silva has claimed that Frances gave the instrument to him as a wedding gift, something she has denied in the past.
"He lived a very full life and through the History television show 'Pawn Stars' touched the lives of people all over, teaching them the value of loving your family, hard work and humor," his son wrote on Instagram in tribute to his late father.American astronaut Alan Bean, who walked on the moon in 1969 during the Apollo 12 mission and commanded a crew on the Skylab space station in 1973 before giving up his career to become a full-time painter, died in Houston on May 26, 2018, officials said. Bean had fallen ill two weeks earlier while traveling in Indiana, his family said.He was only one of 12 people to ever set foot on the moon, and when he gave up his career at NASA, he created paintings that focused on the Apollo missions and sold for tens of thousands of dollars each.In addition to his role in the "Austin Powers" films, Troyer had more than 25 other film credits to his name.EDM star Avicii, known for his radio hits like "Wake Me Up" and "Hey Brother," died Friday, April 20, 2018, his representative Diana Baron said in a statement. A cause of death was not immediately released, though his family later said he "struggled" with the meaning of life and "could not go on any longer." Avicii received two Grammy nominations for best dance recording, in 2013 for "Levels" and in 2012 for "Sunshine." He retired from touring in 2016 citing health reasons.