Next Episode of Autopsy: The Last Hours Of... is
Season 6 / Episode 13 and airs on 25 June 2017 01:00
Celebrity fact and fiction are forever separated as Autopsy: The Last Hours Of... reveals the truth behind the controversial deaths of some of the most famous celebrities. The sudden and tragic passing of these global mega-stars sent the world into a frenzy fueled by hearsay and rumor. Now crucial medical evidence gained from the actual autopsies explains what killed the stars and reveals how they died, finally putting an end to the speculation. Interviews with friends and family shed light on the decisions that set them on the path towards their deaths, and by combining medical fact with personal revelation, Autopsy: The Last Hours Of... investigates not only the untimely deaths but also the extraordinary lives of these global icons. In new episodes Dr. Richard Shepherd will investigate the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson, River Phoenix, Robin Williams.
Daughter of Nat 'King' Cole, Natalie Cole was a unique singing legend but in 2008 her dark past caught up with her and set off an extraordinary chain reaction of medical conditions.
Best known for his roles in "Dirty Dancing'' and "Ghost,'' Patrick Swayze was a legendary actor, dancer and singer but he died at 57 years old in 2009 from cancer.
Steve Jobs was a visionary product designer who revolutionized the computer world with much-loved products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad, but in 2011 he died of a treatable cancer.
Bernie Mac was one of the best-loved stand-up comics of his generation and along with working his way out of poverty, he spent 12 years performing in Chicago clubs before hitting the big time; in 2008 he died at the age of 50.
Gary Coleman soared to success in the hit 80's TV show, "Diff'rent Strokes,'' but at the height of his fame he was plagued by health problems and when his career stalled he hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Darren Oderinde(Kanye West)
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