Famous people died this week

Find out the Famous Peoples died this week who are Film & Theater Personalities, Writers, Actors and more. This list contain Famous people died this week including Sarojini Naidu, John Belushi, Davy Crockett, Stanley Kubrick, Danny Kaye and many more Celebrities.

The Most Famous people died this week

NameBirthdayNationalityBio
Sarojini NaiduFebruary 13, 1879IndianSarojini Naidu was an Indian freedom fighter and poet
John BelushiJanuary 24, 1949AmericanJohn Adam Belushi was an American comedian, musician and actor
Davy CrockettAugust 17, 1786AmericanDavy Crockett was a 19th century American soldier who served and died in the Battle of Alamo
Stanley KubrickJuly 26, 1928AmericanStanley Kubrick was a screenwriter and film director known for his movies like ‘The Clockwork Orange’ and ‘The Shining’
Danny KayeJanuary 18, 1911AmericanDanny Kaye was an American actor and comedian famous for his dancing, impersonations and improvisations
HergéMay 22, 1907BelgianGeorges Prosper Remi, better known by his pen name Herge, was a Belgian cartoonist and illustrator, who created the iconic Tintin comic strip
D. H. LawrenceSeptember 11, 1885BritishD
Lolo SoetoroJanuary 2, 1935IndonesianLolo Soetoro was an Indonesian geologist, who is best known as the stepfather of Barack Obama
Gutzon BorglumMarch 25, 1867AmericanGutzon Borglum was an artist and sculptor from America
Arthur KoestlerSeptember 5, 1905Hungarian, BritishArthur Koestler was a Hungarian-British author and journalist best known for his book ‘Darkness at Noon.’ This biography of Arthur Koestler provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline.
Lou Costello

Lou Costello

Louis Francis ‘Lou’ Cristillo, better known by stage name Lou Costello, was a famous American burlesque comedian and actor

AmericanMarch 6, 1906223 views

John Candy

John Candy was a Canadian actor known for his work in Hollywood films

CanadianOctober 31, 1950216 views

John Wesley

John Wesley was an Anglican cleric & theologian, who founded the Methodist movement

BritishJune 17, 1703131 views

John Philip Sousa

John Philip Sousa was an American composer and conductor who was renowned for his unmatched mastery in military march compositions

George Stevens

George Stevens was an American director, producer, screenwriter and cinematographer

AmericanDecember 18, 1904129 views

George A. Olah

George A

HungarianMay 22, 1927131 views

Arthur Koestler

Arthur Koestler was a Hungarian-British author and journalist best known for his book ‘Darkness at Noon.’ This biography of Arthur Koestler provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline.

Gregory La Cava

Gregory La Cava was an American film director best known for his comedies ‘My Man Godfrey’ and ‘Stage Door.’ This biography of Gregory La Cava provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline.

AmericanMarch 10, 189275 views

Teresa Wright

Teresa Wright was an American actress best known for her performance in ‘Mrs

AmericanOctober 27, 1918106 views

Paul Winfield

Paul Winfield was an American actor who was well known for the quality roles he portrayed in theatre, television and films

AmericanMay 22, 193997 views