Life is a journey, and it always comes to an end. No human being is immortal unless in the movies, and despite how successful, wealthy or how old you are, there will come a day when you will take the last bow. This year, the entertainment industry has already lost many entertainers. Here is a list of Hollywood stars who have died since #September.

1. Tom Petty

According to People, the rock legend passed away on October 2 aged 66 after suffering a cardiac arrest. He married Jane Benyo in 1974, and they had two daughters, Adria and AnnaKim Violette before splitting up in 1996. Five years later, he married Dana York Epperson.

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His 40th-anniversary tour happened early this year, and he said that it was likely his last one.

2. Hugh Hefner

The star died on September 27, according to the Mirror. A spokesman for the family stated that Hefner died peacefully from natural causes at The Playboy Mansion in Hollywood, surrounded by his family. He launched the Playboy magazine in 1953. The Mirror also wrote that he claimed to have slept with over 1,000 women before his demise. He left behind his 31-year-old wife Crystal and four children, Christie, David, Marston, and Cooper.

3. Chuck Low

According to the US Magazine, the “Goodfellas” actor died in a New Jersey nursing home on September 18, aged 89. He was a major in the army for four years, was part of the U.S. Army Reserve for three decades, and he served in the U.S. National Guard for eight years from 1957.

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Chuck Low and Robert De Niro starred in films like “Goodfellas,” “The King of Comedy,” and “The Mission.”

4. Monty Hall

It’s Hall who co-created and also hosted “Let’s Make a Deal.” According to People, the star was 96 when he passed away on September 30. Hall worked in television and radio before creating the iconic game show in 1963, alongside Stefan Hatos. The show involved contestants vying for chances to make deals, and Hall himself hosted it in 1986 and 1991. Wayne Brady emceed the 2009 version of the show.

5. Charles Bradley

Bradley was an American funk singer, and he passed away on September 23, at the age of 68 after a long fight with stomach cancer. According to the Mirror, the news was announced via his Twitter account. Bradley rose to fame after he was spotted moonlighting like James Brown, and got signed with Daptone Records in 2002. He released three albums, “Changes,” “No Time For Dreaming” and “Victim of Love.” His music was featured in a couple of hot TV shows.

6. Michelle Rounds

Michelle died on September 11 at the age of 46, after apparently committing suicide, according to US Magazine. Her ex-husband, Rosie O’Donnell, said that she was saddened by the tragic event and stated that mental illness was a serious issue affecting many people. Michelle left behind her wife Krista, and her daughter with Rosie, who they had adopted in 2013. #Tom Petty #Michelle Rounds