Famous People Who Died At 80

The list of famous people who died at 80 includes Kofi Annan, Marlon Brando, Gautama Buddha, Rabindranath Tagore, Plato. Famous personalities featured on this list, include political leaders, actors, philosophers and lawyers and from other domains of life. This list of celebrities who died at 80 includes people from United States, United Kingdom, Germany & France and many more countries.

Marlon BrandoMarlon Brando
American
Actor
Gautama BuddhaGautama Buddha
Nepalese
Founder of Buddhism

Aaron BurrAaron Burr
American
3rd Vice President of United States

PlatoPlato
Greek
Philosopher

Mary Tyler MooreMary Tyler Moore
American
Actress
P. T.  BarnumP. T. Barnum
American
American politician

Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
British, American
Film Director

Wyatt EarpWyatt Earp
American
 

John LewisJohn Lewis
American
Former United States Representative
Anne BonnyAnne Bonny
Irish, American
18th Century Pirate

John DeLoreanJohn DeLorean
American
Inventor, Engineer

Burt LancasterBurt Lancaster
American
Actor
Pierre TrudeauPierre Trudeau
Canadian
15th Prime Minister of Canada

Alexandra of DenmarkAlexandra of Denmark
British
Queen of Great Britain (1901-1910)

Meyer LanskyMeyer Lansky
Polish, American
Gangster

Edvard MunchEdvard Munch
Norwegian
Painter
Jean Merilyn SimmonsJean Simmons
British
Actress

Mickey HargitayMickey Hargitay
Hungarian, American
Actor
Chester W. NimitzChester W. Nimitz
American
Commander in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet in

Golda MeirGolda Meir
Israeli, Ukrainian
Former Prime Minister of Israel

Jonas SalkJonas Salk
American
Medical researcher
Frank VincentFrank Vincent
American
Actor

Jose Ferrer José Ferrer
Puerto Rican
Actor, Director
Norma ShearerNorma Shearer
Canadian, American
Actress

Kofi AnnanKofi Annan
Ghanaian
Former UN Secretary General

John RuskinJohn Ruskin
British
Art Critic and Painter
Sir Syed Ahmad KhanSir Syed Ahmad Khan
Indian
Founder of Aligarh Muslim University

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Pope Paul VIPope Paul VI
Italian
Pope
Margaret RutherfordMargaret Rutherford
British
Actress

Walter BrennanWalter Brennan
American
Actor

Robert A. HeinleinRobert A. Heinlein
American
Science Fiction Writer

William RehnquistWilliam Rehnquist
American
Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Jack BennyJack Benny
American
Comedian, Vaudevillian
Anne FrancisAnne Francis
American
Actress

Doris DukeDoris Duke
American
Correspondent

Paul Thomas MannThomas Mann
Swiss, German
Novelist, Short Story Writer

Eileen BrennanEileen Brennan
American
Actress
Stanley BaldwinStanley Baldwin
British
Former British Prime Minister

Jacques LacanJacques Lacan
French
Psychoanalyst, Psychiatrist

Edda GöringEdda Göring
German
Daughter of Hermann Göring

Lewis Howard LatimerLewis Howard Latimer
American
Inventor

Stewart GrangerStewart Granger
British
Actor
EpictetusEpictetus
Greek, Turkish
Philosopher

Muhammad Ali of EgyptMuhammad Ali of Egypt
Albanian, Greek
Ottoman Governor of Egypt
DonatelloDonatello
Italian
Sculptor

Anna KashfiAnna Kashfi
American
Actress

Joan BennettJoan Bennett
American
Actress
Clarence DarrowClarence Darrow
American
Lawyer

Hedda HopperHedda Hopper
American
Actress
Samuel MorseSamuel Morse
American
Painter

Otto PremingerOtto Preminger
American
Director

Richard FarnsworthRichard Farnsworth
American
Actor, Stuntman

Lois NettletonLois Nettleton
American
Actress

Mahadevi VarmaMahadevi Varma
Indian
Poet

Ralph CaponeRalph Capone
Italian, American
Al Capone's Brother

Ralph Waldo EllisonRalph Waldo Ellison
American
Novelist
Pearl BuckPearl Buck
American
American writer

John B. WatsonJohn B. Watson
American
Psychologist
Phyllis GatesPhyllis Gates
American
Interior Decorator

Felix YusupovFelix Yusupov
Russian
Nobleman

Rudolf VirchowRudolf Virchow
German
Doctor, Anthropologist
Louis L’AmourLouis L’Amour
American
Novelist

Maureen StapletonMaureen Stapleton
American
American actress
Elliott RooseveltElliott Roosevelt
American
Pilot

Wayne HuizengaWayne Huizenga
American
Businessman

Roger BaconRoger Bacon
British
Philosopher
SolonSolon
Greek
Laid the foundations for Democracy in Athens.

Adriana CaselottiAdriana Caselotti
American
Voice Actor
Samuel ReshevskySamuel Reshevsky
American
Chess Player

William GodwinWilliam Godwin
British
Journalist

Queen NzingaQueen Nzinga
Angolan
17th Century Queen of Angola

AriusArius
Libyan
Religious Leader
Thomas TallisThomas Tallis
British
Composer, Organist
Abbey LincolnAbbey Lincoln
American
Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Civil Rights Activist

Henry ParkesHenry Parkes
Australian
Politician

Bidhan Chandra RoyBidhan Chandra Roy
Indian
Political Leader, Physician

Henry AdamsHenry Adams
American
Historian
William McMahonWilliam McMahon
Australian
Former Prime Minister of Australia

Heydar Aliyev Heydar Aliyev
Azerbaijani
Former President of Azerbaijan

Leo BaekelandLeo Baekeland
Belgian, American
Chemist & Inventor

Maria FitzherbertMaria Fitzherbert
British
George IV of the United Kingdom's wife

Yaa AsantewaaYaa Asantewaa
Central African, Ghanaian
Queens Mother
Jean-Philippe RameauJean-Philippe Rameau
French
Music composer and theorist

Charles WesleyCharles Wesley
British
Poet
Anatole FranceAnatole France
French
Writer

William ByrdWilliam Byrd
British
Music composer
Havelock EllisHavelock Ellis
British
Physician
Johann BernoulliJohann Bernoulli
Swiss
Mathematician