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- Malibu, California - Monday 16th July 2007

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- New York City, USA - Monday 16th July 2007

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Golden Globe Award-winning actor and comedian Eddie Murphy on the set of his new movie ' Starship Dave ' at Barneys New York in Manhattan - New Yourk City, USA - Sunday 24th June 2007

New York in Manhattan - New Yourk City, USA - Sunday 24th June 2007

Golden Globe Award-winning actor and comedian Eddie Murphy on the set of his new movie ' Starship Dave ' wearing a pointy silver shoes in Manhattan - New york City, USA - Thursday 21st June 2007

File Photo** * KAREN BLACK LOSES CANCER BATTLE Actress KAREN BLACK has lost her battle with cancer. The 74-year-old Easy Rider star passed away on Thursday (08Aug13) in Los Angeles, according to her husband Stephen Eckelberry, who broke the sad news on his Facebook.com page. In a post he writes, "It is with great sadness that I have to report that my wife and best friend, Karen Black has just passed away, only a few minutes ago. Thank you all for all your prayers and love, they meant so much to her as they did to me." Black was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010, a rare form of the disease which affects the bile duct, and she had one-third of her pancreas removed. She went public with her health battle in 2012 and in March (13) launched an appeal to help fund her treatment on fundraising website Kickstarter.com, which managed to smash its 7,000 (£10,000) target. Black earned an Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces, for which she also won a Golden Globe and a New York Film Critics Award for her portrayal of waitress Rayette Dipesto. She also starred in movies including The Great Gatsby (1974) and Nashville (1975). (LM/DL&FCB/KL)** Karen Black Premiere of Volver AFI Film Festival held at the ArcLight Theaters Los Angeles, California - 02.11.06 Featuring: Karen Black Where: Los Angeles, California, United States When: 02 Nov 2006

File Photo** * KAREN BLACK LOSES CANCER BATTLE Actress KAREN BLACK has lost her battle with cancer. The 74-year-old Easy Rider star passed away on Thursday (08Aug13) in Los Angeles, according to her husband Stephen Eckelberry, who broke the sad news on his Facebook.com page. In a post he writes, "It is with great sadness that I have to report that my wife and best friend, Karen Black has just passed away, only a few minutes ago. Thank you all for all your prayers and love, they meant so much to her as they did to me." Black was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010, a rare form of the disease which affects the bile duct, and she had one-third of her pancreas removed. She went public with her health battle in 2012 and in March (13) launched an appeal to help fund her treatment on fundraising website Kickstarter.com, which managed to smash its 7,000 (£10,000) target. Black earned an Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces, for which she also won a Golden Globe and a New York Film Critics Award for her portrayal of waitress Rayette Dipesto. She also starred in movies including The Great Gatsby (1974) and Nashville (1975). (LM/DL&FCB/KL)** Karen Black AFI Fest presented by Audi, tribute to Penelope Cruz and gala screening of Pedro Almodovar's 'Volver' Los Angeles, California - 02.11.06 Featuring: Karen Black Where: Los Angeles, California, United States When: 01 Nov 2006

File Photo** * KAREN BLACK LOSES CANCER BATTLE Actress KAREN BLACK has lost her battle with cancer. The 74-year-old Easy Rider star passed away on Thursday (08Aug13) in Los Angeles, according to her husband Stephen Eckelberry, who broke the sad news on his Facebook.com page. In a post he writes, "It is with great sadness that I have to report that my wife and best friend, Karen Black has just passed away, only a few minutes ago. Thank you all for all your prayers and love, they meant so much to her as they did to me." Black was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010, a rare form of the disease which affects the bile duct, and she had one-third of her pancreas removed. She went public with her health battle in 2012 and in March (13) launched an appeal to help fund her treatment on fundraising website Kickstarter.com, which managed to smash its 7,000 (£10,000) target. Black earned an Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces, for which she also won a Golden Globe and a New York Film Critics Award for her portrayal of waitress Rayette Dipesto. She also starred in movies including The Great Gatsby (1974) and Nashville (1975). (LM/DL&FCB/KL)** Karen Black at the Hollywood Collectors show Held at the Beverly Garland hotel in North Hollywood WENN Featuring: Karen Black at the Hollywood Collectors show Where: Los Angeles, California, United States When: 06 Apr 2002

File Photo** * KAREN BLACK LOSES CANCER BATTLE Actress KAREN BLACK has lost her battle with cancer. The 74-year-old Easy Rider star passed away on Thursday (08Aug13) in Los Angeles, according to her husband Stephen Eckelberry, who broke the sad news on his Facebook.com page. In a post he writes, "It is with great sadness that I have to report that my wife and best friend, Karen Black has just passed away, only a few minutes ago. Thank you all for all your prayers and love, they meant so much to her as they did to me." Black was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010, a rare form of the disease which affects the bile duct, and she had one-third of her pancreas removed. She went public with her health battle in 2012 and in March (13) launched an appeal to help fund her treatment on fundraising website Kickstarter.com, which managed to smash its 7,000 (£10,000) target. Black earned an Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces, for which she also won a Golden Globe and a New York Film Critics Award for her portrayal of waitress Rayette Dipesto. She also starred in movies including The Great Gatsby (1974) and Nashville (1975). (LM/DL&FCB/KL)** Karen Black The Blank Theater Company world premier of 'Missouri Waltz', a play written by and starring Academy Award nominee Karen Black, songs by Grammy nominee Harriet Schock and directed by Angela Garcia Combs held at The Blank 2nd Stage Theater Hollywood, California - 25.05.07 Featuring: Karen Black Where: United States When: 25 May 2007

File Photo** * KAREN BLACK LOSES CANCER BATTLE Actress KAREN BLACK has lost her battle with cancer. The 74-year-old Easy Rider star passed away on Thursday (08Aug13) in Los Angeles, according to her husband Stephen Eckelberry, who broke the sad news on his Facebook.com page. In a post he writes, "It is with great sadness that I have to report that my wife and best friend, Karen Black has just passed away, only a few minutes ago. Thank you all for all your prayers and love, they meant so much to her as they did to me." Black was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010, a rare form of the disease which affects the bile duct, and she had one-third of her pancreas removed. She went public with her health battle in 2012 and in March (13) launched an appeal to help fund her treatment on fundraising website Kickstarter.com, which managed to smash its 7,000 (£10,000) target. Black earned an Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces, for which she also won a Golden Globe and a New York Film Critics Award for her portrayal of waitress Rayette Dipesto. She also starred in movies including The Great Gatsby (1974) and Nashville (1975). (LM/DL&FCB/KL)** Karen Black Universal Studios Hollywood 'Halloween Horror Nights' Eyegore Awards - Arrivals Universal City, California - 23.09.11 Daniel Tanner/ Featuring: Karen Black When: 23 Sep 2011

File Photo** * KAREN BLACK LOSES CANCER BATTLE Actress KAREN BLACK has lost her battle with cancer. The 74-year-old Easy Rider star passed away on Thursday (08Aug13) in Los Angeles, according to her husband Stephen Eckelberry, who broke the sad news on his Facebook.com page. In a post he writes, "It is with great sadness that I have to report that my wife and best friend, Karen Black has just passed away, only a few minutes ago. Thank you all for all your prayers and love, they meant so much to her as they did to me." Black was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010, a rare form of the disease which affects the bile duct, and she had one-third of her pancreas removed. She went public with her health battle in 2012 and in March (13) launched an appeal to help fund her treatment on fundraising website Kickstarter.com, which managed to smash its 7,000 (£10,000) target. Black earned an Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces, for which she also won a Golden Globe and a New York Film Critics Award for her portrayal of waitress Rayette Dipesto. She also starred in movies including The Great Gatsby (1974) and Nashville (1975). (LM/DL&FCB/KL)** Karen Black Los Angeles WoMen In Music honors the career achievements of Harriet Schock and also KOST 103.5 FM radio station on their 25th anniversary of broadcasting at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel Hollywood, California - 06.05.07 Featuring: Karen Black Where: United States When: 07 May 2007

File Photo** * KAREN BLACK LOSES CANCER BATTLE Actress KAREN BLACK has lost her battle with cancer. The 74-year-old Easy Rider star passed away on Thursday (08Aug13) in Los Angeles, according to her husband Stephen Eckelberry, who broke the sad news on his Facebook.com page. In a post he writes, "It is with great sadness that I have to report that my wife and best friend, Karen Black has just passed away, only a few minutes ago. Thank you all for all your prayers and love, they meant so much to her as they did to me." Black was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010, a rare form of the disease which affects the bile duct, and she had one-third of her pancreas removed. She went public with her health battle in 2012 and in March (13) launched an appeal to help fund her treatment on fundraising website Kickstarter.com, which managed to smash its 7,000 (£10,000) target. Black earned an Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces, for which she also won a Golden Globe and a New York Film Critics Award for her portrayal of waitress Rayette Dipesto. She also starred in movies including The Great Gatsby (1974) and Nashville (1975). (LM/DL&FCB/KL)** Karen Black after her performance in "Karen Black's How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Sing the Song" at the Metropolitan Room Featuring: Karen Black Where: New York City, NY, United States When: 26 Jul 2008

File Photo** * KAREN BLACK LOSES CANCER BATTLE Actress KAREN BLACK has lost her battle with cancer. The 74-year-old Easy Rider star passed away on Thursday (08Aug13) in Los Angeles, according to her husband Stephen Eckelberry, who broke the sad news on his Facebook.com page. In a post he writes, "It is with great sadness that I have to report that my wife and best friend, Karen Black has just passed away, only a few minutes ago. Thank you all for all your prayers and love, they meant so much to her as they did to me." Black was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010, a rare form of the disease which affects the bile duct, and she had one-third of her pancreas removed. She went public with her health battle in 2012 and in March (13) launched an appeal to help fund her treatment on fundraising website Kickstarter.com, which managed to smash its 7,000 (£10,000) target. Black earned an Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for 1970 movie Five Easy Pieces, for which she also won a Golden Globe and a New York Film Critics Award for her portrayal of waitress Rayette Dipesto. She also starred in movies including The Great Gatsby (1974) and Nashville (1975). (LM/DL&FCB/KL)** Karen Black "Hitchcock" World Premiere - AFI FEST 2012 Presented By Audi, held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre Hollywood, California - 01.11.12 Featuring: Karen Black Where: CA, United States When: 01 Nov 2012

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