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With the untimely death of “Jackass” star Ryan Dunn, we decided to pay respect to the many other reality television stars that have left us too soon.

PHOTOS: Ryan Dunn Of “Jackass” Is Dead!

It’s always sad to find out when a celeb goes, but it’s even worse when they enter your television screen and you get to know and love the stars just as their friends and family have.

PHOTOS: Ryan Dunn Accident Scene

Ryan Dunn was more than just a funny man and he will truly be missed. Our condolences go out to his famly and the families of other reality stars who have died.

Click next for Jennifer Lyon, Pedro Zamora and Julien Hug ― all reality stars who are gone but not forgotten.

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Jennifer Lyon was a contestant on ‘Survivor’ in 2007,and at just 37 years old, she died after a long battle with breast cancer.

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Julien Hug was one of the eligible bachelors fighting for Jillian Harris on “The Bachelor.” At 35 years old, Julien committed suicide.

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Kandice Hutchinson was a contestant on MTV’s “Double Shot of Love” and at the tender age of 22, she was killed in a car accident.

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Pedro Zamora was the openly gay and HIV positive cast member on MTV’s “The Real World-San Francisco.” He died just 5 months after taping the show at 22.

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“Kitchen Nightmares” star Joseph Cernigflia commited suicide; he jumped off the George Washington Bridge at age 39.

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Margaretta Groark was one of the oldest contestants on the hit-show “The Amazing Race.” She passed on at age 67 after a battle with cancer and pulmonary fibrosis.

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Frankie Abernathy died at the age of 25 from a long bout with cystic fibrosis. She starred on MTV’s “The Real World: San Diego.”

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Nathan Clutter appeared on FOX’s “Paradise Island 2” and before the show aired the 26-year-old committed suicide by jumping off a cellphone tower in Texas.

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“Deadliest Catch” Captain Phil Harris died after suffering a stroke at 53 years old.

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Ryan Jenkins was a contestant on VH1’s “Megan Wants A Millionaire” but sadly he took his own life at 32 years old.