Famous People Who Died At 36

The list of famous people who died at 36 includes Marilyn Monroe, Bob Marley, Doc Holliday, Sage Stallone, Lord Byron. Famous personalities featured on this list, include emperors & kings, political leaders, soldiers and poets and from other domains of life. This list of celebrities who died at 36 includes people from United States, France, United Kingdom & Germany and many more countries.

Marilyn MonroeMarilyn Monroe
American
Actress
Bob MarleyBob Marley
Jamaican
Singer-Songwriter

Ada LovelaceAda Lovelace
British
Countess of Lovelace

Doc HollidayDoc Holliday
American
Gambler, Gunfighter

Lord ByronLord Byron
British
Poet, Politician

Sage StalloneSage Stallone
American
Actor, Director
Henry V Of EnglandHenry V of England
British
King of England (1413-1422)

Catherine ParrCatherine Parr
British
Queen of England & Ireland

MadhubalaMadhubala
Indian
Actress
GG AllinGG Allin
American
Musician, Singer-Songwriter

George Armstrong CusterGeorge Armstrong Custer
American
Military Officer
Claus von StauffenbergClaus von Stauffenberg
German
Military Leader

Phil LynottPhil Lynott
Irish, British
Singer

Buford PusserBuford Pusser
American
Sheriff

VercingetorixVercingetorix
French
King of Arveni Tribe
Gilles de RaisGilles de Rais
French
Serial Killer of Children

Yakov DzhugashviliYakov Dzhugashvili
Georgian, Russian
Joseph Stalin's Son

OthoOtho
Ancient Roman
Emperor

Mary ReadMary Read
British
Pirate
Georges BizetGeorges Bizet
French
Composer

Brenda BenetBrenda Benet
American
Actress
Cyrano de BergeracCyrano de Bergerac
French
Dramatist and Playwright

Henry PurcellHenry Purcell
British
Composer

Heinrich HertzHeinrich Hertz
German
Physicist
Jessica SavitchJessica Savitch
American
News Anchor

James III of ScotlandJames III of Scotland
Scottish
King of Scotland
Patrick PearsePatrick Pearse
Irish
Politician

Princess DianaPrincess Diana
British
Member of the British Royal Family

Peter WarlockPeter Warlock
British
Composer
Maximilien de RobespierreMaximilien de Robespierre
French
Influential Figure of the French Revolution

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Herman PotočnikHerman Potočnik
Croatian
Engineer
Raymond FernandezRaymond Fernandez
American
Serial Killer

Peyo YavorovPeyo Yavorov
Bulgarian
Poet

Sadi CarnotSadi Carnot
French
Physicist and Scientist

Manuel Ortiz GuerreroManuel Ortiz Guerrero
Paraguayan
Poet
Diana, Princess of WalesDiana, Princess of Wales
French
Princess
Steve McNairSteve McNair
American
American Football Player

Frantz FanonFrantz Fanon
Algerian, French, Martiniquan
Psychiatrist

Shankar NagShankar Nag
Indian
Actor

Charles XII of SwedenCharles XII of Sweden
Swedish
King
John RolfeJohn Rolfe
British
English settlers of North America

Lloyd Avery IILloyd Avery II
American
Actor

Lupe VélezLupe Vélez
Mexican
Film actor, Stage actor

Robin HarrisRobin Harris
American
Comedian

Gail RussellGail Russell
American
Actress
Gene VincentGene Vincent
American
Musician

Richard HauptmannRichard Hauptmann
German
Carpenter
Ismail IIsmail I
Iranian
sovereign, poet, writer

Vladimir MayakovskyVladimir Mayakovsky
Russian
Poet

Ana MendietaAna Mendieta
American
Performance artist, Artist, Painter, Visual artist
Joe HillJoe Hill
American
Songwriter, Trade unionist

Scott HutchisonScott Hutchison
British
Singer
Maria MandlMaria Mandl
Austrian
Prison officer, Torturer

Iris ChangIris Chang
Chinese, American
Historian, Journalist, Writer

Blind Lemon JeffersonBlind Lemon Jefferson
American
Guitarist, Singer-songwriter, Street artist,

Alberto AscariAlberto Ascari
Italian
Italian racing driver

Franz MarcFranz Marc
German
Painter
Anne of BrittanyAnne of Brittany
French
queen

Sandra SchmirlerSandra Schmirler
Canadian
Curler

Shiv Kumar BatalviShiv Kumar Batalvi
Indian
Author, Poet, Lyricist, Songwriter

Michel PetruccianiMichel Petrucciani
French
Pianist, Jazz musician, Composer
Elis ReginaElis Regina
Brazilian
Singer, Jazz musician

Eduard WirthsEduard Wirths
German
Military physician, Torturer
Edmund HeinesEdmund Heines
German
Politician

Malik BendjelloulMalik Bendjelloul
Swedish
Actor, Film director, Journalist, Screenwriter

Thomas MüntzerThomas Müntzer
German
Preacher
Wiley PostWiley Post
American
Aviator

Claus Schenk Graf von StauffenbergClaus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg
German
German officer
Ai IijimaAi Iijima
Japanese
Adult Film Star, AV idol, Seiyū, Tarento, Glamor

JehoiakimJehoiakim
Israeli
king

Dagobert IDagobert I
French
King of Austrasia
François-Noël BabeufFrançois-Noël Babeuf
French
Journalist, Writer, Archivist, Politician

Frederick V, Elector PalatineFrederick V, Elector Palatine
German
King
Jan Ernst MatzeligerJan Ernst Matzeliger
American
Patent inventor

Jules Bastien-LepageJules Bastien-Lepage
French
Painter

Sigmund RascherSigmund Rascher
German
Physician, Torturer

Gaetano ScireaGaetano Scirea
Italian
Association football player, Scout, Association
Adam GoldsteinAdam Goldstein
American
 
AhazAhaz
Israeli
King of Judah

Andrew III of HungaryAndrew III of Hungary
Hungarian, Italian
prelate

Jacques HébertJacques Hébert
French
Journalist

Patrick CleburnePatrick Cleburne
American
Military personnel
Graham BondGraham Bond
British
Saxophonist

Demetrius of ThessalonikiDemetrius of Thessaloniki
Greek
soldier, religious servant

Maurice WilsonMaurice Wilson
British
Mountaineer

Rob BironasRob Bironas
American
American football player

Ole BeichOle Beich
Danish
bassist, guitarist
Billy LyallBilly Lyall
British
Singer

Daniil KharmsDaniil Kharms
Russian
writer, playwright, children's writer, poet
TotilaTotila
Italian
Military leader

Patrick FergusonPatrick Ferguson
British
Military personnel
Fritz WittFritz Witt
German
Officer
Vissarion BelinskyVissarion Belinsky
Finnish, Russian
Literary critic