Famous People Who Died of Car Accident - Celebrities with Car Accident

Celebrity deaths—as shocking as they might be—are also undeniably fascinating, albeit in a morbid way. In 1997, the world was shaken by the news of the horrific car crash following which the much beloved Princess Diana died. Several years prior to this incident, Hollywood suffered a similar loss when the blonde sex bomb Jayne Mansfield was killed in a car crash at the age of 34, along with two others. The untimely and tragic deaths of James Dean, Paul Walker and Norman Burton in car crashes also shook the world. Accidental deaths become even more sensational when shrouded in mystery as in the case of Victor Davis, an Olympic gold medallist, who was struck by a car whose driver fled the scene. The death of basketball player Bryan Gahol who was killed along with companion Rosemarie Manalo in a multiple-vehicle collision was yet another car crash case which wiped out promising young lives. Famous writers Albert Camus and Margaret Mitchell are also among the unfortunate victims of fatal car crashes. Here we bring to you more information about famous people who died in car accidents.

List of famous people who died in car accidents. Check out their biographies that include trivia, interesting facts, timeline and life history.

The Most Famous People Who Died of Car Accident

Brandon BurlsworthSeptember 20, 1976AmericanBrandon Burlsworth was a football player who played for the Arkansas Razorbacks
Jennifer SymeDecember 7, 1972AmericanJennifer Syme was an American actress and personal assistant
Ariel CamachoJuly 8, 1992MexicanAriel Camacho was a popular Mexican singer-songwriter
Dodi FayedApril 15, 1955EgyptianDodi Fayed was an Egyptian heir and a film producer
Lisa LopesMay 27, 1971Spanish, AmericanLisa Lopes was an American hip-hop singer, rapper, songwriter, and producer
Paul WalkerSeptember 12, 1973AmericanPaul Walker was an American actor famous for his starring role in ‘The Fast and the Furious’ franchise
Alexander DubcekNovember 27, 1921Czech, SlovakAlexander Dubcek was a Slovak politician who played a pivotal role during the period of the Prague Spring
Albert CamusNovember 7, 1913Algerian, FrenchAlbert Camus was a French philosopher, author & journalist, who contributed greatly to the rise of the philosophy known as absurdism
Roland BarthesNovember 12, 1915FrenchRoland Barthes was a French literary theorist, critic and semiotician
Steve PrefontaineJanuary 25, 1951AmericanSteve Roland "Pre" Prefontaine was a renowned American middle and long-distance runner
Dodi Fayed

Dodi Fayed

Dodi Fayed was an Egyptian heir and a film producer

EgyptianApril 15, 1955894 views

Lisa Lopes

Lisa Lopes was an American hip-hop singer, rapper, songwriter, and producer

SpanishMay 27, 1971467 views

T. E. Lawrence

Thomas Edward Lawrence, also known as TE Shaw, was a British archeologist, scholar, writer, military officer, strategist, and diplomat

BritishAugust 16, 1888138 views

Bessie Smith

Bessie Smith was a famous blues and jazz singer from America who is known for her songs like ‘Downhearted Blues’ and ‘The St

AmericanApril 15, 1894220 views

John Forbes Nash Jr.

John Forbes Nash Jr

AmericanJune 13, 1928195 views

Steve Allen

Steve Allen was a television personality best known as the host of ‘The Tonight Show’

AmericanDecember 26, 1921195 views

Herb Brooks

Herb Brooks was an American ice-hockey player and coach – he was the head coach of the gold medal-winning U.S

AmericanAugust 5, 1937133 views

Cliff Burton

Cliff Burton was an American musician and the lead bassist of the renowned band “Metallica.” This biography gives information about his profile, childhood, life, achievements and timeline.

AmericanFebruary 10, 1962149 views

Dale Earnhardt

Ralph Dale Earnhardt Sr

AmericanApril 29, 1951130 views

Jennifer Syme

Jennifer Syme was an American actress and personal assistant

AmericanDecember 7, 19722,366 views