Famous People Who Died At 85

The list of famous people who died at 85 includes Hedy Lamarr, Agatha Christie, Shirley Temple, Mary of Teck, V. S. Naipaul. Famous personalities featured on this list, include political leaders, artists, actors and poets and from other domains of life. This list of celebrities who died at 85 includes people from United States, United Kingdom, France & Germany and many more countries.

James MadisonJames Madison
American
4th President of the United States
Agatha ChristieAgatha Christie
British
Writer

Mary of TeckMary of Teck
British
Queen consort of the United Kingdom

Shirley TempleShirley Temple
American
Actress

Tony CurtisTony Curtis
American
Film actor

Hedy LamarrHedy Lamarr
Austrian, American
Actress, Co-inventor of technology for spread
Carl JungCarl Jung
Swiss
Psychiatrist

Bettie PageBettie Page
American
 

Lloyd BridgesLloyd Bridges
American
Film & TV Actor
Karl LagerfeldKarl Lagerfeld
German
Fashion Designer

Daniel BooneDaniel Boone
American
Pioneer
Shelley WintersShelley Winters
American
Actress

Jessica TandyJessica Tandy
British
Actress

Sojourner TruthSojourner Truth
American
American women's rights activist

Robert LoggiaRobert Loggia
American
Actor

Anne MearaAnne Meara
American
Actress
Enoch PowellEnoch Powell
British
 

Svetlana AlliluyevaSvetlana Alliluyeva
Russian
Joseph Stalin's Daughter

George RaftGeorge Raft
American
Actor

Lee RadziwillLee Radziwill
American
Socialite, Actress, Interior Decorator
Harriet Beecher StoweHarriet Beecher Stowe
American
American author

Grace HopperGrace Hopper
American
Computer Scientist
Ralph WaiteRalph Waite
American
Actor

Carmine PersicoCarmine Persico
American
Boss of the Colombo Crime Family

Hermann HesseHermann Hesse
Swiss, German
Poet
Mutsuhiro WatanabeMutsuhiro Watanabe
Japanese
Imperial Japanese Army Corporal

Joshua ChamberlainJoshua Chamberlain
American
Educator & War Hero
Don AmecheDon Ameche
American
Actor

Ariel SharonAriel Sharon
Israeli
Prime Minister of Israel

Erich von MansteinErich von Manstein
German
Military Leader
Annie BesantAnnie Besant
British
Member of the London School Board

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Mary WickesMary Wickes
American
Actress
Art CarneyArt Carney
American
Actor

K. R. NarayananK. R. Narayanan
Indian
President of India

Zhao ZiyangZhao Ziyang
Chinese
Former Prime Minister of China
Haakon VII of NorwayHaakon VII of Norway
Danish, Norwegian
King of Norway
Howard KeelHoward Keel
American
Actor

Howard MorrisHoward Morris
American
Actor, Director

Joe PaternoJoe Paterno
American
American Football Player

V. S. NaipaulV. S. Naipaul
British
Writer
Thomas CarlyleThomas Carlyle
Scottish
Philosopher

Carl RogersCarl Rogers
American
Psychologist

Emilie SchenklEmilie Schenkl
Austrian
Wife of Subhash Chandra Bose

Alexander HaigAlexander Haig
American
Former United States Secretary of State

Grace Lee WhitneyGrace Lee Whitney
American
Actress
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsRalph Vaughan Williams
British
Composer

Dorothy McGuireDorothy McGuire
American
Actress
Pope Pius IXPope Pius IX
Italian
Religious Leader

Fred PerryFred Perry
British
 

Hugo BlackHugo Black
American
Former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of
Richard CromwellRichard Cromwell
British
Statesman

Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna of RussiaGrand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna of Russia
Russian
Grand Duchess of Russia
Bhupen HazarikaBhupen Hazarika
Indian
Musician, Singer, Poet, Filmmaker, Lyricist

Marjorie MainMarjorie Main
American
Actress

V. V. GiriV. V. Giri
Indian
Fourth President of India

Cato the ElderCato the Elder
Ancient Roman
Historian

Ernst HaeckelErnst Haeckel
German
Biologist, Physician, Philosopher & Artist
ChespiritoChespirito
Mexican
Actor

Maila NurmiMaila Nurmi
Finnish, American
Actress

Walter KeaneWalter Keane
American
Real-Estate Entrepreneur

Walter LippmannWalter Lippmann
American
First to introduce the concept of Cold War
Casey StengelCasey Stengel
American
American baseball manager

Jean-Baptiste LamarckJean-Baptiste Lamarck
French
Naturalist
Edmond HalleyEdmond Halley
British
Astronomer

Frances PerkinsFrances Perkins
American
Activist

William C. DurantWilliam C. Durant
American
Entrepreneur
Charles G. DawesCharles G. Dawes
American
Vice President of the United States

Joyce BrothersJoyce Brothers
American
American psychologist
Konrad LorenzKonrad Lorenz
Austrian
Zoologist

H. L. HuntH. L. Hunt
American
Businessman

Girija Prasad Koirala Girija Prasad Koirala
Nepalese
Former Prime Minister of Nepal
Morihei UeshibaMorihei Ueshiba
Japanese
Martial Artist

Arthur MaletArthur Malet
British, American
Actor
Robert Andrews MillikanRobert Andrews Millikan
American
Physicist

Dorothea DixDorothea Dix
American
Social Reformer

Henry BessemerHenry Bessemer
British
Inventor

Delores TaylorDelores Taylor
American
Actress
Jamini RoyJamini Roy
Indian
Indian painter
Konstantin KuzakovKonstantin Kuzakov
Russian
Joseph Stalin's Son

Walter Houser BrattainWalter Houser Brattain
American
Physicist

Judith Wright Judith Wright
Australian
Poet, Environmentalist, Campaigner for Aboriginal

Daniel Carleton GajdusekDaniel Carleton Gajdusek
American
Physician and medical researcher
Piero SraffaPiero Sraffa
Italian
Founder of the Neo-Ricardian School of Economics

Franco ModiglianiFranco Modigliani
Italian
Economist

Camilo José CelaCamilo José Cela
Spanish
Writer

Melvin Ellis CalvinMelvin Calvin
American
Biochemist

Nicholas Murray ButlerNicholas Murray Butler
American
Philosopher, Educator
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
American
Writer, Physician

Carl David AndersonCarl David Anderson
American
Physicist
Selman WaksmanSelman Waksman
Ukrainian
Discoverer of Streptomycin

Baruch Samuel BlumbergBaruch Samuel Blumberg
American
Physician, Geneticist
Pavel Alekseyevich CherenkovPavel Cherenkov
Russian
Physicist
Jack Butler YeatsJack Butler Yeats
Irish, British
Irish artist