January 9, 2022 | 8:10pm | Updated

Hollywood is in mourning in the new year over the deaths of celebrities including NFL legend Dan Reeves and Oscar-nominated “Last Picture Show” director Peter Bogdanovich.

Below, Page Six remembers the actors, singers and other stars we’ve lost in 2022.

Bob Saget

May 17, 1956 – January 2022

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Bob Saget died at age 65.
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Bob Saget died on Jan. 9 at age 65. According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, the “Full House” actor was found dead in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, Fla. His cause of death was not immediately revealed.

Sidney Poitier

Feb. 20, 1927-January 2022

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Legendary actor Sidney Poitier died in January 2022.
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Academy Award-winning actor Sidney Poitier died at the age of 94, Bahamian Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell announced on Jan. 7. His cause of death was not immediately confirmed.

Poitier was a staple in Hollywood for 71 years, appearing in iconic films including “A Raisin in the Sun” and “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.” He won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in “Lilies of the Field” in 1963, and was later given an Honorary Academy Award in 2001.

Peter Bogdanovich

July 30, 1939-Jan. 6, 2022

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Director Peter Bogdanovich died on Jan. 6.
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Filmmaker and historian Peter Bogdanovich died at age 82 on Jan. 6 from natural causes.

Bogdanovich most famously directed the 1971 drama “The Last Picture Show,” which received eight Oscar nominations. He also helmed 1973’s “Paper Moon,” 1981’s “They All Laughed” and 1985’s “Mask,” among other films.

Bogdanovich was an actor as well, appearing in “The Sopranos” and 2018’s “The Other Side of the Wind.”

Kim Mi-soo

March 16, 1992-Jan. 5, 2022

Kim Mi-soo standing on a red carpet in a white lace dress.
South Korean actress Kim Mi-soo died on Jan. 5.
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South Korean actress Kim Mi-soo died at age 29 on Jan. 5. The cause was not immediately released.

Mi-soo was known for her role in the JTBC series “Snowdrop.” She had also started filming the Disney+ show “Sixth Sense Kiss” before her death.

Joan Copeland

June 1, 1922-Jan. 4, 2022

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Broadway star Joan Copeland died on Jan. 4.
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Broadway star Joan Copeland died at age 99 on Jan. 4.

The younger sister of playwright Arthur Miller made a name for herself with roles in the 1976 revival of “Pal Joey” her brother’s 1981 play “The American Clock.” Copeland also starred in soap operas including “Search for Tomorrow” and “One Life to Live.”

Jay Weaver

July 18, 1979-Jan. 2, 2022

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Big Daddy Weave bassist Jay Weaver died on Jan. 2.
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Big Daddy Weave bassist Jay Weaver died at age 42 on Jan. 2 of COVID-19 complications.

Max Julien

July 12, 1933-Jan. 1, 2022

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“The Mack” star Max Julien died on Jan. 1.
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Actor Max Julien died at age 88 on Jan. 1.

Julien was best known for his role as Goldie in the 1973 film “The Mack.” He also appeared in 1970’s “Getting Straight” and 1997’s “Def Jam’s How to Be a Player” and wrote 1973’s “Cleopatra Jones.”

Dan Reeves

Jan. 19, 1944-Jan. 1, 2022

Dan Reeves standing on a football field.
Former NFL player and coach Dan Reeves died on Jan. 1.
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NFL legend Dan Reeves died at age 77 on Jan. 1 of dementia complications.

Reeves was a running back for the Dallas Cowboys from 1965 to 1972. He played in nine Super Bowls, winning in 1972 against the Miami Dolphins. Reeves went on to coach teams including the Cowboys, Denver Broncos and New York Giants before retiring in 2003.