He won three Soap Opera Digest awards for outstanding villain. Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez , one of baseball's brightest stars, was killed in a boating accident September 25, Florida authorities said. Scotty Moore, a legendary guitarist credited with helping to launch Elvis Presley's career, died at the age of 84 on June
Remembering 'Superman' actress Margot Kidder. Dance music DJ Avicii dead at Actor Verne Troyer dead at People we lost in Debbie Reynolds , one of Hollywood's biggest stars in the s and s, died December 28, one day after her daughter, actress Carrie Fisher, passed away. Actress Carrie Fisher , best known for her role as Princess Leia in the "Star Wars" franchises, died December 27, according to her daughter's publicist. Fisher had suffered a cardiac event on December She was 60 years old.
Singer George Michael , who shot to fame with the '80s band Wham! He was 53 years old. English novelist Richard Adams , author of the famous children's book "Watership Down," died at the age of 96 on December Zsa Zsa Gabor , the Hungarian beauty whose many marriages, gossipy adventures and occasional legal scuffles kept her in tabloid headlines for decades, died December 18, said her former longtime publicist Ed Lozzi.
Craig Sager , the longtime Turner Sports sideline reporter best known for his colorful -- and at times fluorescent -- wardrobe, died December 15 after battling acute myeloid leukemia, the network said. Actor Alan Thicke , known for his role as the father in the sitcom "Growing Pains," died on December 13, according to his agent, Tracy Mapes.
Thicke's career spanned five decades -- one in which he played various roles on and off screen, from actor to writer to composer to author. He's seen here at left with bandmates Keith Emerson, center, and Carl Palmer in Actor Ron Glass , known for his role on the police sitcom "Barney Miller," died November 25, his agent said.
Glass also starred in "Firefly" and its film sequel "Serenity. Florence Henderson , whose "Brady Bunch" character Carol Brady was one of television's most famous mothers, died November 24 at the age of 82, her manager, Kayla Pressman, said. Leon Russell , who emerged as a rock 'n' roll star in the s after working behind the scenes as a session pianist for other musicians, died November 13, his wife told CNN.
Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen died at the age of 82, according to a post on his official Facebook page on November A highly respected artist known for his poetic and lyrical music, Cohen wrote a number of popular songs, including the often-covered "Hallelujah. Janet Reno , the first female US attorney general, died November 7 following a long battle with Parkinson's disease, her sister Maggy Hurchalla said.
Reno, 78, served in the Clinton White House from to Tom Hayden , a peace activist whose radical views helped spur the anti-Vietnam War movement, died October Actor and comedian Kevin Meaney , who had been a regular on late-night TV and was famous for delivering the line, "That's not right," died, his agent said October Meaney's age and the cause of death weren't immediately known.
Phil Chess , the co-founder of the iconic rock-and-roll and blues label Chess Records, died October 18, according to his son. Phil and his brother Leonard founded Chess Records in the late s and helped spawn the careers of many popular musicians in the s.
Dylan Rieder , a professional skateboarder and model, died on October 12 due to complications from leukemia, according to his father.
Actor Tommy Ford , best known for his role as Tommy in the s hit sitcom "Martin," died in Atlanta, a spokeswoman for his family announced on October Award-winning author Gloria Naylor , whose explorations of the lives of black women in the s and s earned her wide acclaim, died on September Golfing legend Arnold Palmer , who helped turn the sport from a country club pursuit to one that became accessible to the masses, died September 25 at the age of 87, according to the U.
Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez , one of baseball's brightest stars, was killed in a boating accident September 25, Florida authorities said. Confidential" director and writer Curtis Hanson , 71, died of natural causes on September 20, Los Angeles police said.
He won an Oscar with Brian Helgeland for the screenplay on "L. Confidential," and he also directed "8 Mile" and "Wonder Boys. Charmian Carr , best known for her role as Liesl in "The Sound of Music," died September 17 at the age of 73, according to her family.
Carr died of complications from a rare form of dementia. Kinsella, the author of "Shoeless Joe," the award-winning novel that became the film "Field of Dreams," died at 81 on September Albee died September 16 at his home in Montauk, New York. Actress and transgender rights activist Alexis Arquette died September The Lady Chablis , the unabashed Savannah, Georgia, transgender queen who became a gay icon after finding fame in the s through the "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" book and movie, died September 8.
Fred Hellerman , a singer and composer who was the last surviving member of the iconic and influential folk music quartet the Weavers, died September 1 at the age of He is on the right along with the other members of his quartet.
Actor Gene Wilder , who brought a wild-eyed desperation to a series of memorable and iconic comedy roles in the s and s, died August 29 at the age of Mexican music icon Juan Gabriel, who wooed audiences with soulful pop ballads that made him a Latin American music legend, died August 28 at the age of Matt Roberts , former guitarist of the band 3 Doors Down, died August 21, his father said. Roberts, seen here at center, was A cause of death was not immediately known. Actor David Huddleston , perhaps best known for his role in the film "The Big Lebowski," died August 2 at the age of Youree Dell Harris , better known as "Miss Cleo," the pitchwoman for the Psychic Readers Network, died July 26 of cancer, according to an attorney for her family.
Timothy LaHaye , the evangelical minister and co-author of the "Left Behind" book series, died July 26 following a massive stroke. He was 90 years old. Here, he is seen at left with co-author Jerry B. Wiesel's book "La Nuit" is the story of the Wiesel family being sent to Nazi concentration camps.
Scotty Moore, a legendary guitarist credited with helping to launch Elvis Presley's career, died at the age of 84 on June Pat Summitt , who built the University of Tennessee's Lady Volunteers into a perennial power on the way to becoming the winningest coach in the history of major college basketball, died June 28 at the age of Her death came five years after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Cunningham was a street-life photographer; a cultural anthropologist; a fixture at fashion events; and a celebrity in spite of his desire to keep the camera focused on others, not himself. Bluegrass music pioneer Ralph Stanley died June 23 at the age of 89, publicist Kirt Webster announced on Stanley's official website. Stanley was already famous in bluegrass and roots music circles when the hit movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?
He provided a haunting a cappella version of the dirge "O Death" and ended up winning a Grammy. Anton Yelchin , who played Pavel Chekov in the most recent "Star Trek" movies, died June 19 after a freak car accident outside his home, police said. Bradley said Lester died of organ failure -- specifically his liver and his kidneys. Lester had openly talked about his struggle with his illness on Twitter. Dawn, died June 17 after suffering from diabetes and renal kidney disease, according to a statement from the group.
Michu Meszaros , the actor who played "Alf" in the popular '80s sitcom, died June 12, according to his longtime friend and manager Dennis Varga. Singer Christina Grimmie died June 11 from gunshot wounds. The year-old singer, who finished third on season 6 of "The Voice" on NBC, was shot while signing autographs after a concert in Orlando.
Howe, also known as "Mr. Hockey," died June 10 at the age of 88, his son Marty said. Mixed martial arts fighter Kimbo Slice died June 6 at the age of Slice, whose real name was Kevin Ferguson, initially gained fame from online videos that showed him engaging in backyard bare-knuckle fights. He then became a professional fighter with a natural charisma that endeared him to fans. Muhammad Ali , the three-time heavyweight boxing champion who called himself "The Greatest," died June 3 at the age of Fans on every continent adored him, and at one point he was the probably the most recognizable man on the planet.
Drummer Nick Menza , who played on many of Megadeth's most successful albums, died after collapsing on stage during a show with his current band, Ohm, on May Ed," died on May Grammy-winning songwriter Guy Clark died May 17 at the age of The Texas native died after a long illness, according to a statement from his publicist. William Schallert , a familiar face in television and film thanks to roles on "The Patty Duke Show," "Star Trek" and many more, died May 8 at age 93, his son said.
The actress, who played the jilted girlfriend of Rick Humphrey Bogart in the movie, was Papa Wemba , one of Africa's most flamboyant and popular musicians, died after collapsing on stage at a music festival in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, on April 23, according to a statement from the Urban Music Festival. The musician Prince died at his home in Minnesota on April 21 at age The medical examiner later determined he died of an accidental overdose of the opioid fentanyl.
Stefan managed to get away from Hope, and went up to the room where Gabby told him Chad was there, and Stefan promised to handle Chad. Stefan planted drugs on Chad and told security, which resulted in Chad getting arrested. Gabby started to fall for Stefan, and wanted to sleep with him. Stefan left the room, and came back to find Abby was back. Abby was confused as to why she was wearing a wig, and GabiChic clothes. Stefan tried to explain to Abby that she wore them as part of a fashion experiment, but then Dr.
Laura took over and left Stefan to find Chad. Stefan returned to Salem and Dr. Stefan maintained his story that it was a coincidence and that security have him the phone. Bound and determined to get some answers, Chad continued to pressure Stefan into what was going on. Stefan decided to play a game of chess with Chad, and for every piece Chad took, he would get to ask Stefan a question. The first question Chad asked was if Stefan planted drugs on him in Hong Kong. Stefan confessed that he did, and said he was kind of proud of it.
Next, Chad asked about the woman in Hong Kong, and asked if she killed Andre. Chad thought Stefan was talking about Gabi and still lying. Laura was on the phone, Gabby tried to break out, and Stefan encouraged Gabby to break out.
Gabby broke free, but then Marlena showed up. Feeling cornered, Gabby hit Marlena over the head and knocked her out. Gabby and Stefan planned to run away together, but they had to lock Kate up as well when Kate discovered Gabby. Vivian refused to let them run away, so Stefano led her away with the other woman. Gabby talked Stefan into making love to her before they ran away.
As Stefan and Gabby cuddled and were ready to make love a second time. Chad burst in, and when he realized the mystery woman was Gabby, he went m berserk and mercilessly beat Stefan. As Gabby cuddled Stefan, he weakly told Gabby to run.
Gabby escaped and Chad continued to beat on Stefan until Rafe and Hope arrived. Stefan was taken to the hospital where he eventually regained consciousness. Gabby set up a call with Stefan where she announced she got him immunity and promised not to leave him, but then Abby broke free and hung up on Stefan, who weakly begged Gabi to come back to him.
Vivian visited Stefan in the hospital, and was devastated to see him badly beaten, but also said he deserved it for betraying her. Steve also visited Stefan and lashed out at him for what he did to Abigail.
Steve demanded Stefan stay away from Abigail. Stefan was released from the hospital and went to the Salem PD where Marlena advised Stefan to stay away from Abigail for both of their own sakes. Stefan approached Chad and Dr. Laura in the park and offered the wig to her as he professed his love for Gabby.
Gabby broke free, and Stefan believed she had overpowered Abigail, but she told Stefan she was here to say goodbye. Gabby did her best to comfort Stefan and thanked him for making her feel real. Stefan kissed Gabby, and Chad pulled them apart as the wig fell off and Abigail collapsed. When Abigail awoke, Gabby was gone, and Stefan realized it was over and walked away. Stefan returned to the mansion where he heard a gunshot and rushed into the main room where he saw Vivian unconscious on the floor, bleeding from a gunshot wound while Kate stood, holding the gun.
Stefan urged Kate to call , and Vivian was taken to the hospital where she later died. Stefan visited Vivian in the morgue where he apologized for locking Vivian in the room against her will, and vowed revenge. When Gabi got out of prison, Stefan offered for her to come back and work for DiMera. Gabi agreed since it was the only way she could get he company back. Stefan convinced Abigail not to go through with the abortion. Slapped across the face by Abigail Deveraux. Sign In Don't have an account?
He revealed to everyone he is Stefano's son with Vivian. He arrives at the mansion just in time to stop a fight between Vivian and Kate.
Stefan proves to his newfound family he is Stefano's son through a new DNA test. Stefan reveals he owns DiMera mansion While doing so Stefan revealed to Chad and Abigail that he's the new owner of the mansion and he and his mother are moving in. He allowed Chad, Abigail, Thomas, Andre and Kate to stay at the mansion and to keep their jobs if they please. In the end, Chad and Abigail decided to stay. He expressed interest in Abigail to his mother, who reminded him that she was his brother's wife.
Stefan comforting Abigail over Andre's death After Andre was found murdered, he and his mother made sure their stories checked out and when he found Abigail depressed over losing Andre he comforted her. Stefan stops Gabby from killing his mother Chad enters and the brothers argue. Laura After changing her look, the alter introduces herself as Dr.
Laura to speak with Gabby Stefan was inspired by Vivian to go into the secret tunnel that she saw Gabby leave. Laura, who refused to let Stefan speak to Gabby. Stefan threatens to call the police and tell them that Abby murdered Andre, so Dr.
32 rows · Stefano DiMera is a fictional character from the American soap opera, Days of Our Lives. Created by head writer Pat Falken Smith, he was portrayed by actor Joseph Mascolo. Dec 10, · Joseph Mascolo as Stefano DiMera on Days of our Lives. NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images The West Hartford, Connecticut, native joined the show in and played the villainous role all the way up until the character’s death earlier this loadingbassqz.cf: Joyce Chen. Stefan Octavius DiMera is a fictional character from the NBC soap opera, Days of Our Lives. The role is originated by Tyler Christopher and he made his first appearance on December 29, Portrayed by: Tyler Christopher (present).