From standup comedians to musicians and Hollywood actors, we have already lost a lot of famous stars in 2017. These popular faces may be gone from this world, but their memories live on. No doubt, 2017 has been a tough year as we had to say goodbye to some of our favorite figures, including Roger Moore, Tim Pigott-Smith, Robert Miles, and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson. Also, George Michael, Carrie Fisher, and David Bowie breathed their last in 2017. Here is a look at four celebrities we lost this year.

Roger Moore

Born in October 1927, Roger George Moore was a famous English actor and film producer.

His most memorable works include “Gold,” “Shout at the Devil,” “The Wild Geese,” “North Sea Hijack,” “The Cannonball Run,” “Curse of the Pink Panther,” and “The Sea Wolves.”

In 2009, Roger appeared in a commercial for the Post Office, and played a secret agent on a BBC show titled “Victoria Wood Christmas Special.” In 1946, he married to Doorn Van Steyn, and they lived together in Streatham for several years. Later on, Moore met Welsh singer Dorothy Squires, and they tied the knot in 1952. On May 23, 2017, he died of cancer in Switzerland.

Robert Miles

Born in November 1969, Robert Miles was a Swiss-Italian musician, DJ, and record producer. His most famous singles are "Children," "Fable," "One and One," "Freedom," "Everyday Life," "Paths," "Improvisations: Part 2," and "Connections." In 1984, he worked as a DJ in Italy and served several radio networks.

In 2012, Robert finished working on the movie “The Turn of This Century,” co-produced and directed by Peter Beyak. On May 9, 2017, he died of stage 4 metastatic cancer and was buried in Ibiza, Spain.

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson

Born in December 1971, Tara Claire Palmer-Tomkinson was a television personality and a socialist. She is best known for her works in the reality TV show titled “I'm a Celebrity - Get Me Out of Here.” In 2016, it was reported that Tara was diagnosed with a pituitary tumor.

She passed away on February 8, 2017. As a columnist, Tara contributed to GQ, The Spectator, InStyle, The Mail on Sunday, Harpers and Queen, Eve, The Observer, and Tatler.

Tim Pigott-Smith

Born in May 1946, Tim Pigott-Smith was a famous English actor and author. He rose to prominence with his appearance on “The Jewel in the Crown,” for which he received a British Academy Award in 1985.

Other appearances include “The Chief,” “The Vice,” “Bloody Sunday,” “North and South,” “Doctor Who,” “The Claws of Axos,” and “The Masque of Mandragora.” Pigott-Smith died of cardiac arrest on April 7, 2017.