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Notable deaths of 2019

Click through to see which notable entertainers, athletes, politicians and celebrities we've lost this year.

Eddie Murphy left enduring mark on 'SNL'

In June of 1982, NBC held a lunch in Los Angeles to publicize its then 7-year-old series, "Saturday Night Live," which had all but died two years earlier, when the producer chosen to succeed creator Lorne Michaels, Jean Doumanian, had presided over a disastrous season.

Harry and Meghan are in Canada

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been spending "private family time" in Canada, and have been introducing their young son to "the warmth of the Canadian people" spokesperson for the couple confirmed to CNN.

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine sentenced to 2 years

Tekashi 6ix9ine, the flamboyant Brooklyn rapper who carried out a series of violent crimes before informing on his former gang associates, was sentenced to 2 years in prison on Wednesday.

Kumail Nanjiani reveals how he got so fit for Marvel's 'Eternals'

Kumail Nanjiani, the talented comedian, writer and actor who you've possibly seen in HBO's "Silicon Valley" or the film "The Big Sick," is still a talented comedian, writer and actor -- but he now also has muscles. And people have taken note, largely because it's hard to miss when someone posts shirtless photos of their veiny, muscled body on Instagram.