List of celebrities and famous people who died on April 5th
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 2009 - 20002009
Greek-American academic and businessman (d. 2009).
Swedish journalist and author (d. 2007.
American musician, Kiss (Born 1956).
American actress, whose films include "American Graffiti," the "The Candidate" and "Dirty Harry." Her TV shows include guest spots on "Lisa," Bright and Dark, "Welcome Back Kotter" and "Star Games."
American illustrator and author (d. 2005).
American writer. Bellow received the Pulitzer Prize for Literature in 1976, the Nobel Prize for Literature in Literature in 1976, and the National Medal of Arts for his literary contributions. Bellow is the only author to have won the National Book Award for Fiction a total of three times. In 1990, he was awarded the Foundation's Medal for Distinguished Contribution …
British television and film director (Born 1937).
Polish soldier (Born 1915)
German mathematician (Born 1936)
US rock singer / guitarist (Alice in Chains-Dirt)
German comedian (Born 1906).
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1999 - 19901999
Montreal Heart Institute was founded by a Canadian politician and cardiologist (d. 1999).
Turkish politician (MHP) dies.
At 67, a civil servant/historian dies.
He was a French politician in the Fourth Republic. In 1955, he was Minister of Foreign Affairs and Prime Minister for one week.
musician (Nirvana) (Born 1967)
musician (Nirvana) (Born 1967)
Winemaker dies at the age of 92.
Death of a guitarist/banjoist at 94
US writer/director/producer (Ethnic notions), dies at age 37.
Bishop dies at 65
Indian Bollywood actress (Born 1974).
American entrepreneur and founder of Wal-Mart, Sam's Club, and the embodiment of the American Dream of self-made prosperity. He was a scrappy and feisty boy who grew up in poverty. He was a high school quarterback and earned his living delivering papers and milking the family cow. He also served in the military during World War II. He was able …
At 65, a leader of a large band dies.
Age 80, Polish/US Chess Grandmaster dies.
American politician and autobiographer. He was a former radio announcer, teacher, and insurance salesman. After three years of service in the military, he graduated from university with a degree that included Political-Science and was able to take up a position as a professor at the University.
At age 43, US Navy/astronaut (STS33) dies.
American astronaut (Born 1947).
Dutch poet/columnist, dies at the age of 59.
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1989 - 19801989
Salvadoran Teacher (Born 1938)
Swedish actor/director (Juggler).
Swedish writer, photographer and naturalist (d. 1987).
Dutch sportscaster, dies in auto-accident at age 54.
Marshal of the British Royal Air Force, dies (born in 1892).
American musician (Danny & the Juniors), (Born in 1941).
Dutch shipbuilder dies at the age of 80.
American singer-songwriter "Canned Heat" (d. 1981).
Rocker (Canned Heat) dies at 36 from a heart attack
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1979 - 19701979
Russian artist and biologist (Born in 1893)
At the age of 83, he dies.
American film producer, industrialist and aviator. Howard, aged 19, inherits $650,000 from his father's Hughes Tool Co. investment and the patent for the drill bit. Howard's estate was worth $2.5 billion at his time of death. In the 1930's, he set three world speed records and twice won the International Harmon Trophy, which is awarded annually to the best aviator …
American-Canadian neurosurgeon, academic (d. 1976).
Dutch Premier (1963-1965) dies at 58
Dies at 67
New Zealand-Australian engineer (d. 1978)
Canadian painter (Born in 1882)
Australian rules footballer (Born 1928).
American actress on stage, film and television. Her films include "A Tale of Two Cities", 1935, and "Lost Horizon," 37. She also directed "The Snake Pit," the "Bishop's Wife", and "The Leopard Man". Actor Paul Marion was her divorce.
American producer and actor from Ireland (d. 1972).
American geneticist (Born in 1891)
At the age of 78, he dies.
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1969 - 19601969
Estonian Nazi (Born in 1903)
French Author (La Peur), Dies at 73
American television producer (Born 1917).
Lung cancer deaths at 44
American geneticist, Nobel laureate. (Born 1890).
Ukrainian-American violinist (d. 1967).
Writer dies at 91
American military officer who was the Supreme Commandant of the Allied Forces Pacific in 1942.
Composer dies at 78
Actor (Made for Each Other), dies in 88
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1959 - 19501958
Flemish apostole vicar in Denmark dies at the age of 87.
Widor was a French composer and musician. His works included comedy opera, ballet, and chamber music.
GWR chief mechanical engineer (Born in 1871)
Dies at 72
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1949 - 19401946
American composer and producer (d. 1946).
American composer, Tea For Two, dies at 47 from tuberculosis.
German SS-officer (Born in 1897).
Swiss composer (Born in 1903)
German poetess/writer (Meine Mutter) dies at the age of 90
singer ("Hello Bandoeng"), dies.
Czech anthropologist (Born in 1869).
Steam locomotive engineer (Born 1876)
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1939 - 19301935
Composer dies at 64
Italian poet, songwriter and playwright, he was also a fascist intellectual who signed the Manifesto of the Fascvist Intellectuals.
Australian Racehorse (Born in 1926)
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1929 - 19201928
Scholar / archaeologist
5th Earl Carnarvon (Born 1866).
At 85 years old, the victim dies.
At the age of 58, she dies.
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1919 - 19101918
At the age of 73, he dies.
Famous deaths on April 5th for the celebrities who died in the years 1909 - 19001908
At the age of 55, he dies.
At the age of 65, dies.
French/South African General dies in battle
French mathematician (Born in 1822).