Famous People Who Died At 74

The list of famous people who died at 74 includes Fred Rogers, Joseph Stalin, Muhammad Ali, Jawaharlal Nehru, Mark Twain. Famous personalities featured on this list, include poets, political leaders, actors and novelists and from other domains of life. This list of celebrities who died at 74 includes people from United States, United Kingdom, Germany & France and many more countries.

Fred RogersFred Rogers
American
Television Personality
Muhammad AliMuhammad Ali
American
 

Joseph StalinJoseph Stalin
Georgian, Russian
Communist Revolutionary & Ruler of former USSR

Jawaharlal NehruJawaharlal Nehru
Indian
First PM of India & Freedom Fighter

Bing CrosbyBing Crosby
American
American singer

Rosemary ClooneyRosemary Clooney
American
Singer
Roald DahlRoald Dahl
British, Welsh
Novelist, Short Story Writer

Mark TwainMark Twain
American
Author and Humorist

AryabhataAryabhata
Indian
 

Shah JahanShah Jahan
Indian
Mughal Emperor
Dennis HopperDennis Hopper
American
Actor

Stan LaurelStan Laurel
British, American
Actor
Jean-Paul SartreJean-Paul Sartre
French
Philosopher

Lana TurnerLana Turner
American
Actress

Werner HeisenbergWerner Heisenberg
German
Physicist
Charlotte of Mecklenburg-StrelitzCharlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
British
Queen Consort of Great Britain and Ireland

James CoburnJames Coburn
American
Actor
Carlo GambinoCarlo Gambino
Italian, American
Criminal

Marquis de SadeMarquis de Sade
French
Erotic Novelist

Millard FillmoreMillard Fillmore
American
President of the U.S.A
Leopold II of BelgiumLeopold II of Belgium
Belgian
Founder of Congo Free State

George Frideric HandelGeorge Frideric Handel
German, British
Composer
Richard KielRichard Kiel
American
Actor

Sam WaltonSam Walton
American
Businessman

Franz LisztFranz Liszt
German, Hungarian
Composer, pianist, conductor and teacher
Friedrich EngelsFriedrich Engels
German
Philosopher
Sam WanamakerSam Wanamaker
American
Actor

A. A. MilneA. A. Milne
British
Novelist, Playwright, Poet

Ty CobbTy Cobb
American
American Major League Baseball (MLB) outfielder

Jacques DerridaJacques Derrida
Algerian, French
Philosopher
Giuseppe GaribaldiGiuseppe Garibaldi
Italian
Italian Nationalist

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Kasturba GandhiKasturba Gandhi
Indian
Wife of Mahatama Gandhi

Alan ShepardAlan Shepard
American
Astronaut, Aviator, Entrepreneur

Seamus HeaneySeamus Heaney
Irish
Poet

Karen BlackKaren Black
American
Actress
Woody HayesWoody Hayes
American
American Football Player and Coach

Antoninus PiusAntoninus Pius
Ancient Roman
Roman Emperor
H. R. GigerH. R. Giger
Swiss
Painter

Jane AddamsJane Addams
American
 

Leopold I of BelgiumLeopold I of Belgium
Belgian, German, British
King of Belgium
Noor JehanNoor Jehan
Pakistani
Singer and Actress

Edgar Rice BurroughsEdgar Rice Burroughs
American
Creator of Tarzan
Dhyan ChandDhyan Chand
Indian
 

Jack AlbertsonJack Albertson
American
Actor

Beth HowlandBeth Howland
American
Actress

Jean CocteauJean Cocteau
French
Novelist, Poet, Artist & Filmmaker

Eadweard MuybridgeEadweard Muybridge
British
Photographer
Maurice WhiteMaurice White
American
Singer

Chico MarxChico Marx
American
American comedian

Broderick CrawfordBroderick Crawford
American
Actor

Charles Sanders PeirceCharles Sanders Peirce
American
Scientist, Philosopher
Trevor Howard Trevor Howard
British
Actor

Meher BabaMeher Baba
Indian
Religious Leader
Robert II of ScotlandRobert II of Scotland
Scottish
King of Scots

Albert KesselringAlbert Kesselring
German
War Criminal

Guy MadisonGuy Madison
American
Actor
Dan HaggertyDan Haggerty
American
Actor

William BoeingWilliam Boeing
German, American
Founder of Boeing Company
Alfred Thayer MahanAlfred Thayer Mahan
American
Naval Officer

Gary MerrillGary Merrill
American
Actor

Joanne DruJoanne Dru
American
Actress
Benjamin BannekerBenjamin Banneker
American
Compiler of Almanacs

Winslow HomerWinslow Homer
American
Painter
Hendrik LorentzHendrik Lorentz
Dutch
Physicist

Henry Cabot LodgeHenry Cabot Lodge
American
Former American Senator

Hans AspergerHans Asperger
Austrian
Paediatrician

Pierre de CoubertinPierre de Coubertin
French
Father of the Modern Olympic Games
vNikos Kazantzakis
Greek
Philosopher and Writer
David BohmDavid Bohm
American
Scientist

Hosea WilliamsHosea Williams
American
Civil Rights Leader

Lamar HuntLamar Hunt
American
Businessman

Walter WinchellWalter Winchell
American
Journalist, Radio Personality
samuel gompersSamuel Gompers
British, American
Labor leader, Cigar Maker

Ray TomlinsonRay Tomlinson
American
Inventor of the First Email System

Thomas De QuinceyThomas De Quincey
British
Essayist

Fernand LégerFernand Léger
French
Cubist Painter

George PeabodyGeorge Peabody
American
Entrepreneur & Philanthropist
Eduardo GaleanoEduardo Galeano
Uruguayan
Writer

Giovanni Battista TiepoloGiovanni Battista Tiepolo
Italian
Painter, Printmaker
Leigh HuntLeigh Hunt
British
English Essayist, Poet & Critic

Stephen LeacockStephen Leacock
Canadian
Canadian writer

Hideki Yukawa Hideki Yukawa
Japanese
Physicist
Leonid KantorovichLeonid Kantorovich
Russian, Russian
Economist

Max DelbrückMax Delbrück
German
Biophysicist
Charles SturtCharles Sturt
British
British explorer

Alfred G. GilmanAlfred G. Gilman
American
Pharmacologist, Biochemist

Karl ZieglerKarl Ziegler
German
Chemist
Orison Swett MardenOrison Swett Marden
American
Inspirational Author

Léon BourgeoisLéon Bourgeois
French
French Statesman

August KroghAugust Krogh
Danish
Zoophysiologist
Allan McLeod Cormack Allan McLeod Cormack
British, American, South African
Physicist

P.G.T. BeauregardP.G.T. Beauregard
American
Army General
Arthur Harden Arthur Harden
British
Biochemist