There were many famous people throughout history to be born in Upstate New York, but did you know there are also many buried here as well? We have actors, writers, and musicians whose final resting place is a short drive away. If you love the historical element of cemeteries, then you'll love these 7 celebrity burial sites.
The whole world is mourning the loss of musical icon Prince. He was not only a genius musician, but also a tremendous humanitarian. When an artist of Prince's caliber passes away, the whole music industry mourns. That is why so many country artists, including our newly added FrogFest guest Lindsay Ell, are remembering this pop culture royal.
17 years after her hilarious role as the rapping granny, Rosie, in Adam Sandler's 'The Wedding Singer,' 101-year-old actress, Ellen Albertini Dow, has passed away. You may also remember her from 'The Wedding Crashers' starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Hunt.
In 1993 Scott Stuart joined the ESPN team and he was famous for quotes like "Booyah" and "Cooler Than The Other Side of the Pillow." He was well known in the sports community and well loved by many. In November of 2007, Scott was diagnosed with cancer and on Sunday morning, he passed away at the age of 49.
Actress Nicole Kidman, wife of Keith Urban, has suffered a major loss. Her father Dr. Antony Kidman has unexpectedly passed away at the age of 75. The details of his death are not clear at this time, the only thing we do know is that it was a tragic accident. As of right now it appears to have been some kind of fall in his hotel room while visiting his other daughter Antonia Kidman in Singapore.
According to her daughter, legendary comedian Joan Rivers has died at the age of 81. She went into a New York City medical clinic for a procedure on her vocal cords, when she stopped breathing. She was then rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital and that is where she spent the rest of her days.