• Marcheline Bertrand (1950-2007) - Actress (pictured) who appears in Lookin' to Get Out and The Man Who Loved Women. She also was executive producer of Trudell. Her ex-husband is Jon Voight and her children are Angelina Jolie and James Haven. She died of cancer January 27, in Los Angeles. (AP)
  • Sheila Brown (1935-2007) - Animator who worked on The Little Mermaid, Oliver & Company and Tom & Jerry: The Movie. She died of cancer January 17. (LA Times)
  • Bob Carroll, Jr. (1918-2007) - Writer of the story for Yours, Mine and Ours. He passed away January 27, in Los Angeles. (Lucyfan.com)
  • Caris Corfman (1955-2007) - Actress who appears in No Mercy, Funny Farm and Dreamchild. She died of a stroke January 13, in Rockville, Maryland. (Washington Post)
  • Curt Dempster (1935-2006) - Actor, playwright and director who appears in Desperately Seeking Susan, The Manhattan Project and Last Ball. He died January 19, in New York. (Variety)
  • Brian Eatwell (c.1939-2007) - Production designer for Nicolas Roeg's Walkabout and The Man Who Fell to Earth, Richard Lester's The Three Musketeers and Butch and Sundance: The Early Days, plus Madame Sin, The Onion Fields, Godspell and, more recently, The Watcher. He died January 20, in Los Angeles. (Variety)
  • Tudor Gates (1930-2007) - British writer of Barbarella, Danger: Diabolik, The Optimists and Twins of Evil. He also produced and directed adult films under the name Teddy White, including 007 director Martin Campbell's The Sex Thief. He died January 14, in Kent, England. (BECTU)
  • Becky Gonzalez (c.1955-2007) - Actress who appears in Young Doctors in Love and Night Shift. She passed away January 5. (NY Times)
  • E. Howard Hunt (1918-2007) - CIA agent who figured prominently in the Watergate scandal. He was portrayed by Ed Harris in Nixon. He also apparently was a screenwriter for a short time in the 1940s. He died of pneumonia January 23, in Miami. (NY Times)
  • Charlotte Lesher (c.1926-2007) - Mother of Ramones singer Joey Ramone. She appears in the documentary End of the Century. She died of a heart attack January 28. (Ramones.com)
  • Robert Libott (1922-2006) - Writer of The Groom Wore Spurs, which starred Ginger Rogers, and All American, which starred Tony Curtis, along with many other B movies and TV shows. He died December 26. (The Desert Sun)
  • Thomas Loizeaux (c.1945-2007) - Director of photography for John Waters' Desperate Living and second unit DP for Wedding Crashers. He was also a camera operator on Syriana, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Hannibal, Clear and Present Danger, Runaway Bride and many more. He died of a heart attack January 20, in Louisville, Kentucky. (Baltimore Sun)
  • Emanuele Luzzati (1921-2007) - Oscar-winning director of the animated shorts La Gazza Ladra (The Thieving Magpie) and Pulcinella. He died January 27, in Genoa, Italy. (AP)
  • Kim Mills (c.1931-2006) - Producer and director for television who also worked as an assistant director for The Giant Behemoth and Inn for Trouble. He died August 28. (Variety)
  • Brian Phillips (1963-2007) - Producer of gay pornographic movies and convicted sex offender. He was murdered in his home January 24, in Dallas, Pennsylvania. (Times Leader)
  • Peer Raben (1940-2007) - Read my separate tribute here.
  • Liz Renay (1926-2007) - Stripper and actress who appears in John Waters' Desperate Living and in Peeper, The Thrill Killers and The Naked and the Dead. She died of complications from a fall January 22, in Las Vegas (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
  • Dave Ritchie (c.1950-2007) - Set dresser who worked on X-Men, New York Minute, The In-Laws and Get Over It. He died January 25 while working on Doug Liman's latest, Jumper, in Toronto. He was crushed by a concrete wall during the dismantling of the set. Read Ryan's post on the story here.
  • Bart Roen (c.1945-2007) - Producer, writer, director and special effects producer. He died of melanoma January 7. (Variety)
  • Peter Ronson (1934-2007) - Actor who appears in Journey to the Center of the Earth. He died January 16, in Orange County, California. (IMDb)
  • Laurence Starkman (1951-2007) - Screenwriter, producer and director who also designed title sequences for Glenglarry Glen Ross, Halloween H2O, Jade and Escape from L.A. He also edited a closing montage for the portmanteau film Aria. He was also Karl Malden's son-in-law. He died January 22, in Los Angeles. (Variety)
  • Karel Svoboda (c.1938-2007) - Czech composer who scored Three Nuts for Cinderella, Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea and A Nice Plate of Spinach. He also acted in films early in his life and played in the rock group Mefisto. He committed suicide January 29, in Jevany, Czech Republic. (CeskeNoviny.cz)
  • Gisela Uhlen (1919-2007) - Read my separate tribute here.