1992 in American television

The year 1992 in television involved some significant events. Below is a list of television-related events during 1992.

EventsEdit

Date Event
January 6 The weekly overnight news program World News Now debuts on ABC.
January 10 The Days of Our Lives nighttime special One Stormy Night is broadcast by NBC.
January 26 During halftime of CBS' telecast of Super Bowl XXVI, Fox counter-programs with a special live-edition of the sketch comedy program In Living Color.
February 14 Green Bay Fox station WXGZ goes dark, and former Green Bay independent station WGBA-TV took the Fox affiliation.
February 24 CBS acquires the assets of Midwest Communications, owners of the network's dominant affiliate in the Twin Cities, WCCO-TV. This also results in an affiliation swap in both Marquette, Michigan and Green Bay, Wisconsin: WJMN-TV, the Midwest-owned satellite station of Green Bay's ABC affiliate WFRV-TV, swaps its own ABC affiliation with primary CBS/secondary NBC affiliate WLUC-TV on this date, while WFRV-TV itself swaps with CBS affiliate WBAY-TV on March 15. (The delay in Green Bay occurs since WBAY-TV wanted to swap on or near March 17, the 39th anniversary of its first sign-on.)
February 29 Full Moon Over Miami, a one-off programming block of a three-way, two-hour crossover event airs on NBC. It involves three television sitcoms created by Susan Harris: The Golden Girls, Empty Nest and Nurses. The event depicts a fictional full moon on Leap Day storming into the storylines of the three series set in Miami, Florida.
March 28 CBS broadcasts the East Regional men's basketball final between Duke and Kentucky. With 2.1 seconds remaining in overtime, Christian Laettner hit a jumper as time expired to give Duke the 104–103 win. The game which was called by Verne Lundquist and Len Elmore, has since been considered by many to be the greatest college basketball game ever played.[1][2]
April 4 TBS' Saturday afternoon/early evening World Championship Wrestling program is renamed WCW Saturday Night.
April 6 Barney & Friends debuts on PBS.
April 18 Sean McDonough makes his debut as the new lead play–by–play announcer for Major League Baseball telecasts on CBS. Replacing Jack Buck, who was dismissed by the network following the 1991 World Series, McDonough would serve in that capacity alongside analyst Tim McCarver for the final two years of CBS' contract with Major League Baseball.
April 29 Batman (1989 film) makes its broadcast television premiere on CBS.
April 30 The Cosby Show airs its series finale on NBC.
The Nickelodeon time capsule was buried at Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida.
May 1 Sesame Street broadcasts its 3,000th episode.
May 19 Vice President of the United States Dan Quayle speaks at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco. During his speech,[3] he criticizes the Murphy Brown character for "mocking the importance of fathers by bearing a child alone".[4][5][6][7]
May 22 After 30 years, 66-year-old Johnny Carson hosts The Tonight Show on NBC for the 4,531st and last time.
May 25 Jay Leno debuts as host of NBC's The Tonight Show.
May 30 The final Hee Haw airs in syndication.
June 1 In New York City, NBC's flagship television station WNBC dropped the "-TV" suffix from its call letters (following the sale in 1988 of its sister radio station WNBC-AM by NBC's then-parent company General Electric) in favor of the new branding slogan "4 New York". The accompanying station image campaign was titled We're 4 New York and featured a musical theme composed by Edd Kalehoff. The campaign is revived two times, one is during the 2002 Winter Olympics and once again in 2007.
June 3 Presidential candidate Bill Clinton appears on The Arsenio Hall Show and sits in with the house band on saxophone.
June 10 The first ever edition of the MTV Movie Awards is broadcast.
June 23 Another World broadcasts its first and only primetime episode on NBC, named Summer Desire, right before the Daytime Emmy Awards.
June 29 On CBS, Family Feud with Ray Combs becomes the hour-long Family Feud Challenge.
July 16 The hit Nickelodeon favorite Rugrats begins in Malaysia on TV3.
August 7 After Growing Pains actress Tracey Gold loses a massive amount of weight due to anorexia nervosa, she is placed in hospital care. As a result, she is written out of most of the ABC sitcom's final episodes.
August 10 Children's television series Shining Time Station goes to air on Channel 2 in New Zealand, with only the later forty-five episodes being shown. The Thomas stories had previously aired on Channel 2 as a stand alone program after airing on TV3 for two years prior to its American spinoff series airing in the country.
August 15 Nickelodeon begins a Saturday night programming block called SNICK.
August 16 Ron Simmons defeats Big Van Vader for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship on WCW Main Event to become the first recognized black world champion in professional wrestling history.[8]
August 31 The fifth annual SummerSlam event airs on pay-per-view. Taking place in Wembley Stadium, London, England, two days prior, this was the first major World Wrestling Federation pay-per-view to take place outside of North America.
September 2 TBS airs World Championship Wrestling's Clash of the Champions XX from the Center Stage Theater in Atlanta. The event was not only the 20th time WCW held a Clash of the Champions show but also marked the 20th anniversary of professional wrestling being shown on TBS as Mid-Atlantic Wrestling in 1972. It also was the final wrestling TV appearance for André the Giant, who died several months later.
September 4 Scared Silent: Ending and Exposing Child Abuse, a one-hour live special hosted by Oprah Winfrey, is simulcast on CBS and NBC. Two nights later, the special is rebroadcast on ABC.[9]
September 5 Batman: The Animated Series premieres on Fox Kids.
September 8 NY1, a 24-hour news channel dedicated to New York City, launches.
September 12 NBC is the first network to cancel all their Saturday morning cartoons in favor of four shows, Saved By The Bell, California Dreams, NBA Inside Stuff, and Name Your Adventure under the TNBC banner. A weekend version of Today, which debuted on August 1, is also added. Animated programming would not return to NBC until 2006.
September 21 Square One TV begins its fifth and final season on PBS.
September 24 The Sci-Fi Channel launches with a broadcast of Star Wars.
September 27 Marlon Wayans and Alexandra Wentworth join the cast of the Fox sketch comedy show In Living Color. Wayans only joins the cast for 13 episodes, but Wentworth stays full-time for both this and the next season (which would turn out to be the show's fifth and final season).
October 1 The Turner Broadcasting System's Cartoon Network goes on the air. The Merrie Melodies short, Rhapsody Rabbit, was the very first cartoon to be broadcast on the network.
October 3 Sinéad O'Connor causes controversy when she rips up a picture of Pope John Paul II on NBC's Saturday Night Live.
October 10 Michael Jackson's concert Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour airs on HBO.
October 12 James Doohan guest stars as Montgomery Scott in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
October 17 Kristy McNichol's last episode of Empty Nest, entitled The Boomerang Affair, is broadcast on NBC. (McNichol would return for the series finale in 1995.)
October 31 The pilot episode for X-Men airs on Fox Kids.
November 1 Texas billionaire Ross Perot acquires blocks of TV time for his presidential campaign.
November 18 The Seinfeld episode "The Contest" is broadcast on NBC. (Despite its controversy, the episode will win an Emmy Award and be named as the number one episode of all time by TV Guide.)
November 21 An episode of Captain Planet and the Planeteers titled "A Formula for Hate" becomes the first episode in an American children's animated series to directly deal with the HIV/AIDS pandemic.[10]
November 27 The TV movie Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style is broadcast by NBC.
December 1 On CBS, The Young and the Restless broadcasts its 5,000th episode. In celebration of this, a Y&R-themed Showcase is presented on The Price is Right, which also airs on CBS.

Television programsEdit

DebutsEdit

Date Show Network
January 4 Nick Arcade Nickelodeon
January 6 World News Now ABC
January 10 Hearts Are Wild CBS
January 17 Tequila and Bonetti
January 20 The Dennis Miller Show Syndication
January 25 MTV Sports MTV
January 27 Inside Politics CNN
January 29 Nightmare Cafe NBC
January 31 Billy ABC
Capitol Critters
February 23 I Witness Video NBC
February 26 Bodies of Evidence CBS
February 28 Scorch
Fish Police
February 29 The Boys of Twilight
March 4 The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles ABC
March 7 The Powers That Be NBC
March 24 Room for Two ABC
March 31 Dateline NBC NBC
April 5 Mann & Machine
Stand By Your Man Fox
April 6 Barney & Friends PBS
April 11 Code 3 Fox
April 17 The Fifth Corner NBC
April 18 Nick News with Linda Ellerbee (then known as Nick News W-5) Nickelodeon
May 21 The Real World MTV
May 25 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno NBC
May 30 Julie ABC
Vinnie & Bobby Fox
June 15 Doctor Dean NBC
Grapevine CBS
June 19 Raven
June 20 On the Air ABC
June 21 Down the Shore Fox
June 27 Red Shoe Diaries Showtime
June 29 The Grind MTV
July 1 Def Comedy Jam HBO
July 8 Melrose Place Fox
July 20 Human Target ABC
August 11 Freshman Dorm CBS
August 15 The Larry Sanders Show HBO
Are You Afraid of the Dark? Nickelodeon
Roundhouse
August 16 Secret Service NBC
August 23 2000 Malibu Road CBS
August 25 Covington Cross ABC
August 27 The Heights Fox
Martin
August 31 Vicki! Syndication
September 1 Going to Extremes ABC
September 5 Batman: The Animated Series Fox Kids
Goof Troop Disney Channel and ABC
September 10 Lamb Chop's Play-Along PBS
September 11 Likely Suspects Fox
The Little Mermaid Disney Channel and CBS Toontastic
September 12 Fievel's American Tails
The Addams Family ABC
Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa
California Dreams TNBC
Name Your Adventure
Eek! The Cat Fox Kids
The Plucky Duck Show
September 13 Flying Blind Fox
Frannie's Turn CBS
King Arthur and the Knights of Justice Syndication
September 14 Hearts Afire CBS
Crossroads ABC
That's Amore Syndication
Rush Limbaugh: The Television Show
The Whoopi Goldberg Show
ComicView BET
September 15 American Justice A&E
Delta ABC
September 16 The Hat Squad CBS
Beakman's World Syndication
September 18 Bob CBS
The Golden Palace CBS
Picket Fences CBS
Camp Wilder ABC
Final Appeal NBC
The Round Table
September 19 The Amazing Live Sea Monkeys CBS
Raw Toonage CBS and Disney Channel
Renegade Syndication
Nickelodeon Guts Nickelodeon
The Edge Fox
Here and Now NBC
Out All Night
September 21 Love & War CBS
September 22 Hangin' with Mr. Cooper ABC
September 23 Mad About You NBC
September 24 Street Stories with Ed Bradley CBS
Rhythm & Blues NBC
September 25 What Happened? NBC
September 26 Dog City Fox Kids
September 27 The Ben Stiller Show Fox
Woops!
September 30 Laurie Hill ABC
October 1 ToonHeads Cartoon Network
October 4 Ghostwriter PBS
Great Scott! Fox
October 5 Born Lucky Lifetime
October 17 I Witness Video NBC
October 31 X-Men Fox Kids
December 1 The Jackie Thomas Show ABC
December 27 Shaky Ground Fox

Returning this yearEdit

Show Last aired Previous network New title New network Returning
The Ben Stiller Show 1990 MTV Same Fox September 27

Ending this yearEdit

Date Show Debut
January 3 Pacific Station 1991
January 4 P.S. I Luv U
January 24 Best of the Worst
March 2 James Bond Jr.
March 5 Drexell's Class
March 13 Candid Camera (returned in 1996) 1948
Hearts Are Wild 1992
Fish Police
Scorch
March 14 Capitol Critters
April 3 Nightmare Cafe
April 12 Eerie, Indiana 1991
April 17 Tequila and Bonetti 1992
April 25 Growing Pains 1985
Who's the Boss? 1984
April 30 The Cosby Show
May 6 Jake and the Fatman 1987
Sibs 1991
May 9 The Golden Girls 1985
May 13 The Royal Family 1991
May 17 Superboy 1988
Stand By Your Man 1992
May 21 MacGyver 1985
May 22 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1962
May 30 The Trials of Rosie O'Neill 1990
May 31 Night Court 1984
The Adventures of Mark & Brian 1991
June 1 NHL on SportsChannel America 1988
June 3 Anything but Love 1989
June 26 Club MTV 1987
July 4 Billy 1992
Julie
July 13 Man of the People 1991
July 14 Mann & Machine 1992
July 22 Dear John 1988
July 24 The Dennis Miller Show 1992
September 12 Salute Your Shorts 1991
October 24 Rhythm & Blues 1992
November 1 Donald Duck Presents 1983
November 5 Saturday Night's Main Event 1985
November 6 Square One TV 1987
Nick Arcade 1992
November 26 The Heights
November 28 Good Morning, Mickey! 1983
The Amazing Live Sea Monkeys 1992
November 29 Great Scott!
December 1 Wild & Crazy Kids (returned in 2002) 1990
December 5 Fievel's American Tails 1992
Goof Troop
Raw Toonage
December 6 Tiny Toon Adventures 1990
December 12 The Plucky Duck Show 1992
Darkwing Duck 1991
December 26 Back to the Future: The Animated Series
Widget 1990

Entering syndication this yearEdit

A list of programs (current or canceled) that have accumulated enough episodes (between 65 and 100) or seasons (3 or more) to be eligible for off-network syndication and/or basic cable runs.

Show Seasons
Murphy Brown 4
Roseanne 4

Changes of network affiliationEdit

The following shows aired new episodes on a different network than previous first-run episodes:

Show Moved From Moved To
Monday Night Baseball ABC ESPN
Hi Honey, I'm Home! Nick at Nite
Davis Rules CBS
In the Heat of the Night NBC
Matlock ABC
Tiny Toon Adventures Syndication Fox Kids
The Ben Stiller Show MTV Fox

Made-for-TV movies and miniseriesEdit

Premiere date Title Channel
November 15–18 The Jacksons: An American Dream ABC
December 13 Charles and Diana: Unhappily Ever After
December 26–27 Lincoln

Television stationsEdit

Sign-onsEdit

Date City of License/Market Station Channel Affiliation Notes/Ref.
January Lafayette, Louisiana W40AV 40 Independent
January 1 Flagstaff, Arizona KKTM 13 Independent
January 18 Twin Falls, Idaho KIPT 13 PBS Part of Idaho Public Television
February 21 Bristol, Virginia
(Tri-Cities, TN/VA)
W56CT 56 America One
February 22 Bullhead City, Arizona K25HD 25 Cornerstone TV
April 20 Fairbanks, Alaska K07UU 7 Fox
May 11 Ellendale, North Dakota KJRE 19 PBS Part of Prairie Public Television
June 30 Greenville, North Carolina
(New Bern/Washington, North Carolina)
WYDO 14 Fox
April 2 Providence, Rhode Island WOST-TV 69 Independent
April 3 Springfield, Missouri K08LX 8 Classified ads
The Box
April 9 Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan WFUP 45 Fox Satellite of WFQX/Traverse City
May 6 Fresno, California KKAK 61 Independent
July 1 Tucson, Arizona KHRR 40 Telemundo
July 8 Rocky Mount, North Carolina
(Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina)
WRMY 47 Independent
August 3 Omaha, Nebraska K65FL 65 HSN
August 13 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania WGTW-TV 48 Independent
August 16 W07CB 7 Channel America / Family Net
September 11 Fresno, California KGMC 43 The Box
September 24 Utica, New York W27BJ 27 Cornerstone Television
September 24 Hendersonville/Nashville, Tennessee WPGD-TV 50 TBN
October 5 Charleston, South Carolina WCTP 36 Independent
October 12 McAllen, Texas
(Brownsville/Harlingen, Texas, United States/Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico)
KNVO 48 Univision
October 15 Miami, Florida WMLB-TV 35 Independent
November 1 Indio/Palm Springs, California K40DB 40 CBS Translator of KECY/El Centro
Medford, Oregon K49DH 49 Main Street TV
HomeNet
December 12 Longview/Tyler, Texas K10NT 10 Inspiration Channel Now KLGV-LD channel 38
Unknown date Abilene, Texas K54DT 54 Fox
Bozeman, Montana KDBZ-CD 42 NBC Translator of KTVM
Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands WBIV-LP 38 Independent
Colorado Springs, Colorado K51CE 51 LeSEA
Lafayette, Louisiana K46DG 46 Channel America
Madison, Wisconsin W08CK 8 Independent
Wichita, Kansas K55FS 55

Network affiliation changesEdit

Date City of License/Market Station Channel Old affiliation New affiliation Notes/Ref.
January 10 Bowling Green, Kentucky WKNT
(recalled from WQQB)
40 Independent Fox
Unknown date Auburn, Indiana W07CL 7 Main Street TV Network One
March 15 Green Bay, Wisconsin WBAY-TV 2 CBS ABC
WFRV-TV 5 ABC CBS
February 24 Marquette, Michigan WJMN-TV 3 ABC CBS
WLUC-TV 6 CBS ABC

BirthsEdit

Date Name Notability
January 17 Nate Hartley Actor (Zeke and Luther)
January 19 Logan Lerman Actor (Jack & Bobby)
Mac Miller Rapper, reality television star (Mac Miller and the Most Dope Family). Performed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Today, Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (d. 2018)
February 1 Kelli Goss Actress (Big Time Rush, The Young and the Restless, The Ranch)
February 6 Dylan Efron Actor
February 8 Karle Warren Actress (Judging Amy)
February 9 Avan Jogia Canadian actor (Victorious, Twisted)
February 10 Lexi Atkins Actress
Karen Fukuhara Actress (Craig of the Creek, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, The Boys)
February 11 Taylor Lautner Actor (Danny Phantom, Cuckoo, Scream Queens, The Twilight Saga)
February 14 Freddie Highmore Actor (Bates Motel, The Good Doctor)
February 15 Greer Grammer Actress (Awkward.) and daughter of Kelsey Grammer
February 17 Meaghan Martin Actress (10 Things I Hate About You, Awkward.) and singer
Laivan Greene Actress (All of Us)
February 18 Logan Miller Actor (I'm in the Band, Ultimate Spider-Man)
Melinda Shankar Canadian actress
February 19 Kaili Thorne Actress
February 28 Annie Bovaird Canadian voice actress (Caillou)
February 29 Caitlin EJ Meyer Actress
Jessie Usher Actor (Level Up, The Boys)
March 2 Maisie Richardson-Sellers English actress (Legends of Tomorrow, Of Kings and Prophets)
March 7 Justin Kelly Canadian actress
March 9 Luis Armand Garcia Actor (George Lopez)
March 10 Emily Osment Actress (Hannah Montana, Cleaners, Young & Hungry, Mom), voice actress (Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil, Family Guy)
March 11 Austin Swift Actor
March 13 Kaya Scodelario English actress (Skins)
March 15 Anna Shaffer English actress (Harry Potter)
March 16 Brett Davern Actress (Cold Case, Awkward)
March 23 Vanessa Morgan Canadian actress
March 25 Elizabeth Lail Actress (Once Upon a Time, Dead of Summer)
March 26 Haley Ramm Actress (Without a Trace, Chasing Life)
March 30 Caitlin Carver Actress (The Fosters)
April 4 Alexa Nikolas Actress (Zoey 101, The Walking Dead)
April 8 Shelby Young Actress (Days of Our Lives)
April 10 Daisy Ridley British actress
April 13 Emma Degerstedt Actress (Unfabulous)
April 18 Chloe Bennet Actress (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.)
April 24 Doc Shaw Actor (Tyler Perry's House of Payne, The Suite Life on Deck, Pair of Kings)
Joe Keery Actor (Stranger Things)
May 4 Courtney Jines Actress
Grace Phipps Actress (The Nine Lives of Chloe King, The Vampire Diaries, Baby Daddy, Scream Queens, Z Nation) and singer
Ashley Rickards Actress (One Tree Hill, Awkward, The Flash)
May 7 Alexander Ludwig Canadian actor (Vikings)
May 8 Ana Mulvoy-Ten English actress (House of Anubis)
May 12 Ali Sepasyar Actor (Dude, What Would Happen)
Malcolm David Kelley Actor (Lost) and rapper
May 18 Spencer Breslin Actor (Teamo Supremo, Center of the Universe)
May 19 Sam Smith English singer
May 20 Jack Gleeson Irish actor (Game of Thrones)
May 21 Hutch Dano Actor (Zeke and Luther)
Olivia Olson Voice actress (Phineas and Ferb, Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls)
May 24 Travis T. Flory Actor (Everybody Hates Chris)
May 29 Gregg Sulkin British actor (Wizards of Waverly Place, Faking It, Runaways)
June 10 Kate Upton Actress and model
June 11 Eugene Simon English actor (House of Anubis)
June 12 Allie DiMeco Actress (The Naked Brothers Band)
Ryan Malgarini Actor (Gary Unmarried)
June 14 Daryl Sabara Actor (Weeds, Wizards of Waverly Place, Generator Rex, Ultimate Spider-Man, Ben 10)
June 21 Max Schneider Actor (How to Rock)
June 23 Kate Melton Actress (Scooby-Doo)
June 24 Raven Goodwin Actress (Just Jordan, Good Luck Charlie)
June 26 Jennette McCurdy Actress (iCarly, Sam & Cat, Between)
July 3 Nathalia Ramos Spanish actress (House of Anubis)
July 13 Dylan Patton Actor (Days of Our Lives)
July 17 Billie Lourd Actress (Scream Queens) and daughter of Carrie Fisher
Harrison Chad Voice actor (Dora the Explorer, Little Einsteins)
July 20 Jordan Rodrigues Australian actor (Dance Academy, The Fosters)
July 22 Selena Gomez Actress (Barney & Friends, Wizards of Waverly Place) and singer
July 28 Spencer Boldman Actor (Lab Rats)
August 2 Hallie Eisenberg Actress (Pepsi commercials)
August 4 Dylan Sprouse Actors (Grace Under Fire, Friends, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, The Suite Life on Deck, Riverdale)
Cole Sprouse
August 8 Casey Cott Actor (Riverdale)
August 9 Burkely Duffield Canadian actor (House of Anubis)
August 12 Cara Delevingne English actress, model
August 20 Demi Lovato Actress (Barney & Friends, As the Bell Rings, Sonny with a Chance, Glee, The X Factor) and singer
Alex Newell Actor (Glee) and singer
August 21 Brad Kavanagh Actor (House of Anubis)
August 22 Ari Stidham Actor (Scorpion)
Erin Unger Actress
August 27 Blake Jenner Actor (Glee)
September 12 Molly Tarlov Actress (Awkward)
September 16 Nick Jonas Actor (Jonas, Scream Queens) and singer (Jonas Brothers)
September 27 Sam Lerner Actor (The Secret Saturdays, Suburgatory, The Goldbergs, Trolls: The Beat Goes On!)
Jake Burbage Actor (Dora the Explorer, Grounded for Life)
September 28 Keir Gilchrist Actor (United States of Tara)
October 9 Tyler James Williams Actor (Everybody Hates Chris)
October 12 Josh Hutcherson Actor
October 15 Vincent Martella Actor (Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, Everybody Hates Chris, Phineas and Ferb, Milo Murphy's Law)
October 17 Jacob Artist Actor (Glee)
October 19 Taylor Masamitsu Voice actor (Eubie on Higglytown Heroes)
October 22 Sofia Vassilieva Actress (Medium)
October 27 Charles Cottier Australian actor (Home and Away)
October 28 Lexi Ainsworth Actress (General Hospital)
October 30 Tequan Richmond Actor (Everybody Hates Chris, General Hospital) and rapper
October 31 Vanessa Marano Actress (The Young and the Restless, Scoundrels, Switched at Birth)
November 4 Jessa Duggar Seewald Actress (19 Kids and Counting, Counting On) and television personality
November 7 Christopher Tavarez Actor
November 12 Macey Cruthird Actress (Hope & Faith, Two and a Half Men)
November 18 John Karna Actor (Scream Valley of the Boom)
Nathan Kress Actor (iCarly, Star Wars Rebels, Pinky Malinky)
November 23 Miley Cyrus Actress (Hannah Montana), singer and daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus
November 25 Zack Shada Actor
November 28 Adam Hicks Actor (Titus, Zeke and Luther, Jonas, Pair of Kings, Texas Rising, Freakish)
Cameron Ansell Canadian voice actor (The Save-Ums!, Arthur, Time Warp Trio)
December 14 Tori Kelly American singer
December 18 Bridgit Mendler Actress (Wizards of Waverly Place, Good Luck Charlie, Undateable) and singer
December 23 Spencer Daniels Actor (Mom)
December 25 Rachel Keller Actress (Fargo)
December 30 Michael Eric Reid Actor (Victorious)

DeathsEdit

Date Name Age Notability
January 7 Richard Hunt 40 Puppeteer (The Muppet Show)
January 26 José Ferrer 80 Actor (Newhart recurring role)
February 2 Bert Parks 77 Longtime host of the Miss America beauty pageant
February 20 Dick York 63 Actor (the 1st Darren Stephens on Bewitched)
March 6 Hugh Gibb 76 English drummer and bandleader
March 25 Nancy Walker 69 Actress (Ida on Rhoda, Rosie the Bounty lady)
April 10 Sam Kinison 38 Comedian and actor (Charlie Hoover)
May 12 Robert Reed 59 Actor (Mike Brady on The Brady Bunch)
May 17 Lawrence Welk 89 Accordionist and bandleader (The Lawrence Welk Show)
June 6 Larry Riley 38 Actor (Knots Landing)
June 15 Chuck Menville 52 Animator and writer (The Smurfs)
June 22 Chuck Mitchell 64 Actor (General Hospital)
July 9 Eric Sevareid 79 News commentator
October 16 Shirley Booth 94 Actress (Hazel)
October 22 Cleavon Little 53 Actor (Temperatures Rising)
November 7 Jack Kelly 65 Actor (Bart Maverick on Maverick)
November 10 Chuck Connors 71 Actor (Lucas McCain on The Rifleman)
November 22 Sterling Holloway 87 Actor (original voice of Winnie-the-Pooh)
December 18 Mark Goodson 77 Producer of game shows (Match Game, Blockbusters, The Price Is Right)
December 24 Peyo 64 Also known as "Peyo"; Belgian creator of (The Smurfs)


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ Mike Douchant – Greatest 63 games in NCAA Tournament history. The Sports Xchange, published in USA Today, March 25, 2002
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  8. ^ "Twenty-Three Years Ago, Ron Simmons Became the First African-American Professional Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion". Complex.
  9. ^ Oprah Winfrey Documentary Breaks Silence Of Child Abuse
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