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Actor and comedian Bob Saget was found dead January 9 in an Orlando hotel room, according to a statement from the Orange County Sheriff's Office. "Detectives found no signs of foul play or drug use in this case," the sheriff's office said via Twitter. Saget was 65.

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Updated 8: 44 PM ET, Sun January 9, 2022

Actor and comedian Bob Saget was found dead January 9 in an Orlando hotel room, according to a statement from the Orange County Sheriff's Office. "Detectives found no signs of foul play or drug use in this case," the sheriff's office said via Twitter. Saget was 65.

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Here are some of the most famous people who have died in 2022.

Michael Lang, famed co-creator of the Woodstock music festival, died Saturday, January 8. He was 77 years old.

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Award-winning lyricist Marilyn Bergman died Saturday, January 8, at age 93. Along with her husband and collaborator Alan, Bergman was nominated for 16 Academy Awards over the course of her career and won three, including for the song "The Way We Were" from the 1973 film that shared its name and starred Barbra Streisand.

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Lani Guinier, a legal scholar and champion for voting rights who was once nominated to be assistant attorney general by then-President Bill Clinton, died on Friday, January 7, her cousin, Sherrie Russell-Brown, confirmed to CNN. She was 71.

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Peter Bogdanovich, the Oscar-nominated director of movies like "The Last Picture Show" and "Paper Moon," whose off-screen life was as colorful as his films, died Thursday, January 6. He was 82.

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College Football Hall of Fame inductee Ross Browner, a two-time All-American defensive lineman and national champion at Notre Dame, and a 10-year NFL veteran, died Thursday, January 6. He was 67.

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South Korean actress Kim Mi-soo died at the age of 29, her agency, Landscape Entertainment, announced Wednesday, January 5. The budding TV star and model appeared in the Disney+ series "Snowdrop" and Netflix's "Hellbound."

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Kenyan paleoanthropologist and conservationist Richard Leakey, who unearthed evidence that helped prove humankind evolved in Africa, died Sunday, January 2 at the age of 77.

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Dan Reeves, the former National Football League head coach and Dallas Cowboys running back, died Saturday, January 1. He was 77.

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