List of celebrities and famous people who died on July 16th
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 2019 - 20102010
American actor (Born in 1940).
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 2009 - 20002008
American singer of traditional pop music (Born 1917).
Italian singer and folk music historian (Born 1943).
Sr., American professional wrestler (Born 1929).
American politician, 13th Lieutenant Governor for Arkansas (Born 1948).
Korea (Born 1931).
Luxembourgish singer, lyricist, and entertainer (Born 1920).
Italian sculptor (Born 1920)
American politician, the 77th Governor for Georgia (Born in 1927).
American pilot and general (d. 2004).
Cuban salsa singer (Born 1924)
American-Canadian playwright and poet (d. 2003).
Belgian cartoonist, known for the comic western that he created in 1946, "Lucky Luke," the adventures of a poor lonesome cowboy with his talking horse, Jolly Jumper. Since 1947, it has been translated into more than 30 languages and has sold more than 300 millions albums worldwide. Morris’ sartorial trademark is a bow tie.
American professional wrestler (Born 1961).
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1999 - 19901999
Japanese actress and singer (Country Musume). (d. 1999).
After her marriage to John F. Kennedy, Jr., on Georgia's remote Cumberland Island, she was a well-known American family. She is a six-foot blonde and a six-inch tall, and she is also a size six. She is classy, Catholic, and elegant. Carolyn, a former Calvin Klein executive, was six years older than John and moved into John's loft in the …
American scholar and historian (Born 1915).
German politician and lieutenant
American drummer (Styx) (Born 1948)
Argentine Formula One driver (d. 1995)
Belgian-American author who has produced seven decades worth of writing material. Her books included a dozen novels and a dozen poetry books. She also wrote her moving journals. Publication of one her journals was considered a significant event. It revealed her inner and outer views of reality and her love for solitude and nature. Sarton was in a lesbian relationship, …
Hungarian / French / US conductor (Dutch Opera), dies at 83
Actress (Wide Open Sap Twin Beds, Sap), dies at 91
Writer dies at 86
Publisher dies at 83
English poet and author (d. 1995).
Belg/US writer (Land of Silence), is killed at 83
He was an Israeli politician and was the 10th Chief Of Staff for the Israel Defense Forces. He commanded the division that entered the Old City of Jerusalem during the Six-Day War (1967) and broadcast the famous words "The Temple Mount in our hands!" He was the Chief of Staff and responsible for the execution of Operation Entebbe (1976), which …
British ballet dancer, teacher, and director. He traveled to South Africa and Australia with Victor Dandre’s Russian Ballet, the company that was a foundation for Anna Pavlova. Kemp married Molly Lake, an English ballerina. They ran a ballet school together in later years. Kemp died in Nottingham, 16 July 1995.
American physicist, academic Nobel Prize laureate
French-Canadian priest and writer, preacher, and broadcaster (Born in 1908)
At 78, Dr. John Surgeon (first Dutch kidney transplant) dies.
International hockey star and tennis player dies at 91
NFL defensive lineman (KC Chiefs) dies at 51
Wrestler dies at 84
American politician. He was a high school dropout and joined the police force in 1943. He rose through the ranks to become Police Commissioner. He resigned in 1977 to run for Philadelphia mayor. Wilson Goode defeated him in 1987. From 11/09/1988 to 08/15/1990, he hosted a radio talkshow.
American writer and artist, he was the dominant abstract expressionist painter of the second half of the 20th century. He is also one of the leading spokespersons for the movement. He is also the author of "The Dedalus Sketches", "Alphabet Series", "Black Sounds", "The Cubist Painters" as well as "The Collected Writings of Robert Motherwell".
Radio actor / film narrator (Radio Days), dies at 81
Suriname granman / gaanman
Irish educationist (Born 1927)
English composer, conductor, and organist (Born in 1908)
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1989 - 19801989
Austrian conductor and manager
American saxophonist (Born 1901), songwriter, and bandleader
French leading man in films of the 1970s. He is a second-generation actor. In 1968, he started performing with an improve group. He quickly became a well-known leading man and starred with Gerard Depardieu's most famous film, "Going Places", which was released in 1974. He appeared in 15 films.
Writer / sculptor (White World).
South African politician, 1st South African State President (Born in 1894)
American singer, musician, trumpeter, and guitarist. He was an activist who played 250 concerts in 1980. More than half of which were for the relief of world hunger. After playing trumpet with his father and two brothers, he moved to guitar folk music. His song "Cats in the Cradle" was his most well-known.
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1979 - 19701979
English countertenor (Born 1912)
Los Angeles Archbishop, Dies at 93
Spanish diplomat (assassinated) (Born 1921)
Author (Fries dorpsleven), is killed at 91
Composer dies at 65
Composer dies at age 70
Dies at 65
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1969 - 19601962
Historian (Breaking of Two Ages).
Actress (English Prof), passes away at 88
American novelist (Born in 1893)
Novelist dies at 66
German Field Marshal (Italy), Dies at 74
German pilot and military commander in chief of German troops in Italy. He was one of the most important German field and air commanders during World War II. the countries of the enemy must be razed, every resistance must be broken." In 1945, he surrendered the German southern half to the Americans.
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1959 - 19501955
Belgian Princess, Dies at 81
French-British writer, Catholic controversialist. He attacked secularism as well as capitalist plutocracy. While defending traditional views with strong but elegant prose, he was a French-British writer. He was educated at the Balliol College, Oxford, and won many awards. After completing his education, he joined the French Army. Later, he became a naturalized citizen in England in 1902. Belloc was a …
Author (Path to Rome), is killed at 82
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1949 - 19401949
Russian poet (Born 1866)
Swedish humanitarian (exact death date unknown) (Born 1912).
Dutch farmer/resistant fighter (passage fight), executed
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1939 - 19301939
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1929 - 19201923
Writer / poet (Books of Small Soles), who dies at 60
Famous deaths on July 16th for the celebrities who died in the years 1919 - 19101917
German composer (Album Polonaise), passes away at 70
Russ bacteriologist, Nobel 1908)
German composer (Album Polonaise), passes away at 70
Russian microbiologist, Nobel laureate (Born 1845)
American co-founder of Seventh-day Adventist Church (Born in 1827).