Famous Deaths in 1995 (Part 2)

Deaths 201 - 400 of 1,081

  • Feb 28 Herman "Ace" Wallace, blues guitarist/singer, dies at 69
  • Feb 28 Keith Rigg, cricketer (8 Tests for Australia 1931-37), dies
  • Feb 28 Max Rudolf, conductor, dies at 92
  • Mar 1 Edmund Boyd Fisher, publisher, dies at 56
  • Mar 1 Vladislav Listyev, Russian TV-journalist, murdered at 38
  • Mar 2 Hugo Cole, British composer and critic, dies at 77
  • Mar 2 Vladislav Listyev, TV journalist, dies at 48
  • Mar 3 Gilbert Gadoffre, French scholar, dies at 84
  • Mar 3 Howard Hunter, US leader of Mormon Church (1994-95), dies at 87
  • Mar 3 Howard Yanks, founder of the Philadelphia folk festival, dies at 65
  • Mar 3 Pierre Tisseyre, publisher (Circle du livre de France), dies at 85
  • Mar 4 Eden Ahbez, American songwriter (Nature Boy), dies at 86
  • Mar 5 Ed Flanders, actor (Dr Westphal-St Elsewhere), dies
  • Mar 5 Marguerite Kelsey, Engl painter/sculptor model (Haunting), dies at 86
  • Mar 5 Peter John Norton, naval diplomat/artist, dies at 82
  • Mar 5 Vivian Stanshall, British musician (Magical Mystery Tour), dies at 51
  • Mar 5 Gregg Hansford, Australian motorcycle and touring car racer (b. 1952)
  • Mar 5 Lord Benson, British accountant, dies at 85
  • Mar 6 David Beinhoff, mayor, dies at 24
  • Mar 6 Delroy George Wilson, singer, dies at 46
  • Mar 6 Emile van Moerkerken, photographer (Ice Princess), dies at 78
  • Mar 6 Helene Weijel, author (In Two Worlds), dies at 44
  • Mar 7 Don Cook, British foreign correspondent, dies at 74
  • Mar 7 Jaap van den Hurk, TV-director (NCRV), dies
  • Mar 7 Jacques Lefebvre, Belgian air force gen, commits suicide at 64
  • Mar 7 John Arthur Neill Lambert, composer teacher organist, dies at 69
  • Mar 7 Paul-Emile Victor, French pole explorer, dies at 87
  • Mar 7 Thijmen Kuijt, resistance fighter/co-found paper (Typhoon), dies at 82
  • Mar 8 Ota Adler, Czech/British fur trader (Jewish Aid Fund), dies at 83
  • Mar 8 Paul George Vincent O'Shaughnessy Horgan, novelist, dies at 91
  • Mar 8 Ingo Schwichtenberg, German drummer (b. 1965)
  • Mar 9 Ian Ballantine, publisher, dies of heart attack at 79
  • Mar 9 Ruud van den Hende, Dutch sports reporter, dies at 63
  • Mar 10 Alexander Hyatt-King, Mozart scholar, dies at 84
  • Mar 10 Carel Birnie, ballet producer, dies at 69
  • Mar 10 Hendrik W van Leeuwen, Dutch musician, dies at 79
  • Mar 10 Richard Baerlein, racing writer, dies at 84
  • Mar 11 Carel Birnie, found Utrecht Opera/Dutch Dance Theater, dies at 69
  • Mar 11 Ernest Kabushemeye, Burundese minister of Mijnbouw, murdered
  • Mar 11 Frank Fidler, English artist, dies at 84
  • Mar 12 Juanin Clay, American actress (b. 1949)
  • Mar 13 Abdul Ali Mazari, Afghan Shiite leader, shot to death
  • Mar 13 John Silverlight, journalist, dies at 75
  • Mar 13 Leo Kaplan, lawyer (ASCAP), dies at 89
  • Mar 13 Leon Day, pitcher (Negro Leagues), dies of heart failure at 78
  • Mar 13 Lorraine Macleod, dancer (Girls Just Want to Have Fun), dies at 65
  • Mar 13 P C J van Lierde, Dutch vicar-gen of Vatican (1951-91), dies at 87
  • Mar 14 Gerard Thomas Victory, composer, dies at 73
  • Mar 14 Johan W "Jo" van Marle, CEO (KNVB, 1980-93), dies at 70
  • Mar 14 William A Fowler, US nuclear/astro physicist (Nobel 1983), dies at 83

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Mar 14 John Peters Humphrey, Canadian jurist and human rights advocate, dies at 89

  • Mar 15 Carlos Menem Jr, son of Argentine pres, dies at 26

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Mar 15 Florence Chadwick, American swimmer, dies at 86

  • Mar 16 Albert Maurice Hackett, playwright/screenwriter, dies at 95
  • Mar 16 Clan Fraser of Lovat, soldier/Landowner, dies at 83
  • Mar 16 Lord Lovat, [Shimi], Scottish landowner, dies at 83
  • Mar 16 Sydney Simone, band leader, dies at 80
  • Mar 17 Ahmad Khomeini, youngest son of Iran ayatollah Khomeini, dies at 48
  • Mar 17 Donald Baverstock, television Producer, dies at 71
  • Mar 17 Marcus Jan Adriani, biologist/director (Weevers' Duin), dies at 56
  • Mar 17 Rick Aviles, US comic/actor (Ghost), dies of AIDS
  • Mar 17 Ronnie Kray, English gangster (The Firm), dies at 61
  • Mar 17 Sunnyland Smart, jazz/blues singer/pianist (Delta Blues), dies at 87
  • Mar 18 Charles Drain, American soul singer, dies at 65
  • Mar 18 Frederic Ramsey Jr, folklorist/author, dies at 80
  • Mar 18 Heinrich Sutermeister, Swiss composer (Raskolnikov), dies at 84
  • Mar 19 Fernand Lodewick, literature historian (Literature), dies at 85
  • Mar 19 Gerard Tebroke, 5/10 km-dasher, dies at 45
  • Mar 19 Kenneth Norman Joseph Loveless, priest folk musician, dies at 83
  • Mar 20 Merv Harvey, cricketer (scored 12 & 31 in Test Aus v Eng 46-47), dies
  • Mar 20 Rachida Hammadi, Algerian TV journalist, murdered at 32
  • Mar 20 Sidney Kingsley, US playwright (Pulitzer prize 1934), dies at 88
  • Mar 21 Daan Wildschut, Dutch painter/author, dies at 81
  • Mar 21 Etienne Martin, French sculptor, dies at 82
  • Mar 21 Norman Schwartz, record Producer, dies at 66
  • Mar 21 Robert Urquhart, actor (Dunkirk, Bulldog Breed), dies at 72
  • Mar 22 Peter Woods, newsreader, dies at 64
  • Mar 23 Alan Barton, singer (Smokie, Black Lace), dies in a bus crash
  • Mar 23 Daniel George "Danny" Apolinar, composer/songwriter, dies at 61
  • Mar 23 Davie Cooper, soccer star, dies at 39
  • Mar 23 Irving Shulman, author/screenwriter, dies at 81
  • Mar 23 Ripley L. Ingram, singer, dies at 65
  • Mar 23 Robert Turner, winner of 1st All-American Soap Box Derby, dies at 72
  • Mar 23 Russell Reading Braddon, author, dies at 74
  • Mar 24 Anthony Standerwick Heal, businessman, dies at 88
  • Mar 24 Joey Long, blues/cajun guitarist, dies at 62
  • Mar 24 Trevor Oswald Ling, religious Studies Professor, dies at 75
  • Mar 25 James Gardner, designer, dies at 87
  • Mar 25 Peter Herbert Penwarden, priest, dies at 73
  • Mar 25 Warren E Burger, chief justice of US (1969-86), dies
  • Mar 25 James Coleman, American sociologist (b. 1926)
  • Mar 26 Rapper-E (Eazy Eric Wright), dies at 31
  • Mar 27 Albert Drach, Austrian-Jewish writer, dies at 92
  • Mar 27 Bernard Cornfeld, Romanian/US financier (Fund of Funds), dies at 67
  • Mar 27 Chet Gierlach, music publisher/composer, dies at 75
  • Mar 27 Rene Allio, film Director, dies at 70
  • Mar 28 Hugh Edward R O'Connor, actor (In the Heat of the Night), ODs at 32
  • Mar 28 Jack Regan, broadcaster, dies at 53
  • Mar 28 Vivienne Byerley, publicist, dies at 88
  • Mar 29 Carl E Jefferson, record company owner, dies at 74
  • Mar 29 Eddie Williams Wiggins, alto saxophone/comedian, dies at 78
  • Mar 29 James Eric Storrar, fighter Pilot, dies at 74
  • Mar 29 John Elliott Terry, film financier, dies at 82
  • Mar 29 Baltimora, British singer (b. 1957)
  • Mar 30 Graham Anthony Richard Lock, cricketer, dies at 65
  • Mar 30 Paul A Rothchild, record producer, dies at 59
  • Mar 30 Rozelle Claxton, pianist/arranger, dies at 82
  • Mar 30 Tony Lock, cricketer (174 wickets for England), dies
  • Mar 31 Carl Story, American bluegrass musician (Rambling Mountaineers), dies at 78
  • Mar 31 Selena [Quintanilla-PĂ©rez], Mexican-American singer-songwriter known as the Queen of Tejano music (Grammy-1994), killed by a fan at 23
  • Apr 1 Cheryl Waltz, author/film producer, dies at 50
  • Apr 1 Francisco Moncion, dancer, dies at 73
  • Apr 1 Johnny Nicholss, footballer, dies at 63
  • Apr 1 Lucie Rie, Austrian-born British potter, dies at 93
  • Apr 1 Richard Pool, naval Officer, dies at 75
  • Apr 1 Sampson DeBrier, actor (Inauguration of Pleasure Dome), dies at 86
  • Apr 1 Lucy Rie, American potter (b. 1902)
  • Apr 1 H. Adams Carter, American Alpine Club President, 10th Mountain Division trainer (b. 1914)
  • Apr 2 Hannes Alfven, physicist (Nobel prize), dies at 86
  • Apr 2 Harvey Penick, premier golf instructor/author, dies at 90
  • Apr 2 Julius Arthur Hemphill, saxophonist, dies at 57
  • Apr 3 David Alexander Reginald Herbert, writer, dies at 86
  • Apr 3 Harvey Pennick, golfer/teacher, dies at 89
  • Apr 4 Kenny Everett [Maurice James Christopher Cole], British TV personality and disc Jockey, dies at 50 of an AIDS related illness
  • Apr 4 Peter Brinson, dance educationalist, dies at 67
  • Apr 4 Priscilla Lane, actress (Saboteur, Bodyguard), dies at 77
  • Apr 4 Jo Sinclair [Ruth Seid], American writer (Wasteland), dies at 81
  • Apr 5 Christian Pineau, French politician, dies
  • Apr 6 Vieno J Sukselainen, PM of Finland (1959-61), dies
  • Apr 7 Philip Vincent Belloc Jebb, architect, dies at 68
  • Apr 8 Maurice Allom, cricketer (14 Test wickets-NZ debut hat-trick), dies
  • Apr 9 James Bullock, colliery manager, dies at 92
  • Apr 10 Chen Yun, VPM of China (1949-75, 79-80), dies
  • Apr 10 Glyn Jones, writer, dies at 90
  • Apr 10 Gunter Guillaume, German politician, dies
  • Apr 10 Joseph Anthony "Joe" Richards, singer/actor (Colo Ranger), dies at 44
  • Apr 10 Morarji Desai, PM of India (1977-79), dies
  • Apr 10 Betty Askwith, British writer and biographer, dies at 85
  • Apr 12 Chris Pyne, trombonist, dies at 56
  • Apr 13 Edward Firth Henderson, arabist, dies at 77
  • Apr 13 Lawrence Allan Laurie Scott, script writer, dies at 87
  • Apr 14 Brian Coffey, Irish poet (Advent), dies at 89
  • Apr 14 Burl Ives, folk singer/actor (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof), dies at 85
  • Apr 14 Donald Keech, entrepreneur, dies at 74
  • Apr 14 James Daniel "Danny" Turner, saxophonist, dies at 75
  • Apr 14 Michael Scott Montague Fordham, jungian analyst educator, dies at 89
  • Apr 15 Cleo Brown, American jazz pianist, dies at 85
  • Apr 15 Denis Harding, soldier, dies at 79
  • Apr 16 Arthur English, comedian, dies at 75
  • Apr 16 Cheyenne Brando, daughter of Marlon, commits suicide
  • Apr 16 Cyril Enfield, film Director, dies at 80
  • Apr 16 Stewart Myles MacPherson, Canadian-born British broadcaster, dies at 86
  • Apr 16 Iqbal Masih, Pakistani child slave labourer, activist (b. 1982)
  • Apr 17 A R A (Anton) Murray, cricketer (289 runs & 11 wkts in 10 Tests), dies
  • Apr 17 Nancy Mayhew Youngman, English painter and educationalist, dies at 88
  • Apr 18 Arturo Frondizi, President of Argentina (1958-62), dies
  • Apr 19 "King" Herbert Whitaker, tenor sax, dies at 66
  • Apr 19 Igor Hajek, translator/writer, dies at 64
  • Apr 19 J Peter Grace Jr, CEO (W R Grace), dies from cancer at 81
  • Apr 19 Kenneth Burslam Gardner, librarian/Orientalist, dies at 70
  • Apr 20 Milovan Djilas, Yugoslavian politician (1945-54), dies
  • Apr 20 R E S Wyatt, cricketer (England capt 16 times), dies
  • Apr 20 Sunil Jayasinghe, Sri Lankan wicketkeeper (1979 World Cup), suicide
  • Apr 20 Tessie O'Shea, entertainer, dies at 81
  • Apr 21 Bob Wyatt, English cricketer (1927-37), dies at 93
  • Apr 21 Stafford Heginbotham, toymaker/Football Club Chairman, dies at 61
  • Apr 22 Don Pullen, pianist/composer, dies at 53
  • Apr 22 Maggie Kuhn, activist (Gray Panthers), dies at 89
  • Apr 23 Howard Cosell, sportscaster (Monday Night Football), dies at 77
  • Apr 23 John Stennis, (Sen-D-MS), dies at 93
  • Apr 23 Lonesome Sundown, blues singer/guitarist, dies at 66
  • Apr 23 Robert Selby Taylor, bishop, dies at 86
  • Apr 24 Douglas Gunsekera, banker, dies at 77
  • Apr 25 Art Fleming, game show host (Jeopardy), dies at 74
  • Apr 25 Francis Henry Smith, librarian, dies at 85

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Apr 25 Ginger Rogers, American actress, dancer and singer (Top Hat, Stage Door), dies at 83

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  • Apr 25 Joseph Heifitz, film director, dies at 89
  • Apr 26 Alexander Knox, actor/writer (Gorky Park, Accident), dies at 88
  • Apr 27 Willem Frederik Hermans, Dutch writer (b. 1921)
  • Apr 28 Andrew Salkey, author editor/broadcaster, dies at 67
  • Apr 28 Henry C Rogers, press Agent, dies at 81
  • Apr 28 Peaches Roy Davis, baseball pitcher, dies at 89
  • Apr 29 Robert Gibb, zoo/theme park creator, dies at 57
  • Apr 29 Angier Biddle Duke, American diplomat and the youngest American ambassador in history, dies at 79
  • Apr 30 Donald Edwin White, ad copywriter/opera administrator, dies at 59
  • Apr 30 Reinaldo de Carvalho, carnival king, dies at 34
  • May 2 Michael Hordern, English actor (b. 1911)
  • May 3 Michael Horden, actor (Fool, Green Man, Scoop), dies at 83
  • May 4 Lewis T Preston, banker, dies at 68
  • May 4 Louis Krasner, violinist, dies at 91
  • May 5 Anthony Wagner, genealogist, dies at 86
  • May 5 Bernard Benjamin Gillis, judge, dies at 89
  • May 5 Esther Waterhouse, doctor/methodist, dies at 86
  • May 5 James Pack, naval officer museum curator, dies at 81
  • May 5 Lionel Alexander Bethune [Alastair] Pilkington, engineer, dies at 75
  • May 5 Mikhail Moseyevich Botvinnik, world chess champ, dies
  • May 5 Thomas Eden Binkley, musician, dies at 63
  • May 6 Dona Maria Pia de Braganca, pretender to Port throne, dies at 88
  • May 6 Leanoard "Red" Truss, R&B singer, dies at 47
  • May 6 Nicholas Palmer, TV writer/producer, dies at 57