The year 2019 I would call 'the troubled year for Hollywood' as countless celebrities have passed away either mysteriously or by natural causes.
We rewind to the celebrities that tragically lost their lives.
Broadway actress Laurel Griggs died in November at just 13 years old. Her family told the New York Post at the time Griggs died after suffering a "massive asthma attack." According to her grandfather, Griggs was rushed to the hospital, but doctors were unable to save her.
Eldest Son of Christian Rapper TobyMac:
The eldest son of Christian rapper TobyMac, Truett Foster McKeehan, died in October at the family's Nashville home. He was 21.
Celebrities We Lost in 2019
Charles Levin's Body Found:
"Seinfeld" actor Charles Levin's body was found on July 13 in a slope near the road where it had been partially consumed by what police believe to be turkey vultures. Levin's son had reported him missing on June 28 after the 70-year-old actor called a friend to say he was lost near Cave Junction, Oregon.
The wife of Dog the Bounty Hunter was first diagnosed with stage 2 throat cancer in November 2017. She underwent successful surgery but learned that it had returned a year later and spread to her lungs. After one round of chemotherapy, she had announced that she would not seek further treatment.
More Celebrities We Lost in 2019
Joy-Anna Forsyth's miscarriage:
In July, “Counting On” stars Joy-Anna Forsyth, formerly Duggar, and husband Austin Forsyth suffered a miscarriage five months into her second pregnancy.
Racecar driver and TV personality Jessi Combs was driving the jet-powered North American Eagle across Oregon’s Alvord Desert on Aug. 27 when the vehicle was seen losing control and bursting into flames. She was trying for the land speed record-chaser when the accident occurred.
Disney actor Cameron Boyce died unexpectedly from epilepsy. The "Descendants" star was found unresponsive at home on July 6 and later pronounced dead at the scene. Boyce's family said previously that the 20-year-old died due to an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated.
Country Singer Granger Smith's Son's Death
Granger Smith's young son's death:
Granger Smith's son River died in June. The country music singer-songwriter shared the tragic news about his 3-year-old son in a heartbreaking statement at the time while a rep for Smith confirmed to Fox News that River died in a "drowning accident at home."
"I have to deliver unthinkable news. We’ve lost our youngest son, River Kelly Smith," Smith wrote. "Following a tragic accident, and despite doctor’s best efforts, he was unable to be revived.
"Amber and I made the decision to say our last goodbyes and donate his organs so that other children will be given a second chance at life. Our family is devastated and heartbroken, but we take solace in knowing he is with his Heavenly Father," he continued. "Riv was special. Everyone that met him knew that immediately.