Best of 2011

A Farewell to the Stars We Lost This Year

From Elizabeth Taylor to Amy Winehouse, we pay tribute to the people whose lives touched us all

JACKIE COOPER

The former child star, who died on May 3 at 88, was the youngest person ever nominated for a Best Actor Oscar at age 9 for 1931's Skippy. Though he didn't win the Academy Award, an adult Cooper went on to nab an Emmy for his directorial talents on M*A*S*H, and is best remembered for his performance in four Superman films as Clark Kent's gruff editor Perry White at The Daily Planet.



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