Sunday, Sept. 3, will bring a finale to the saga of "Twin Peaks," one of the greatest cult classics in television history – but not all the actors who've been on the show, either in its original run 25 years ago or during the relaunched series of 2017, are still with us for the big goodbye. Today, we mourn those performers who didn't make it to see the end of the show that, perhaps more than any other single TV series, led the way toward the television Renaissance we've been enjoying over the past two decades. Right from the "Twin Peaks" series debut in 1990, viewers were captivated by the offbeat, surreal tale of the congenial FBI Agent Cooper and his small-town quest to discover who killed Laura Palmer. A soap opera infused with equal parts mystery, horror, and ironic comedy, there was nothing else like it in its day. Retro 1950s chic tinged with 1990s grunge, an eerie soundtrack, intense colors – in many ways, "Twin Peaks" was more poetry than prose. When the show ended abruptly after just two seasons, fans grieved for the loss of the eccentric characters they had come to know and love. Now, decades later, the 2017 Showtime reboot is finally letting fans old and new see the fates of many of the same characters from the original series – those who've returned to the screen, and those whose actors have died since the original debuted. So, grab a piece of cherry pie and a damn fine cup of coffee, and join us as we remember those "Twin Peaks" actors who have passed away.