Famous People Who Died At 86

The list of famous people who died at 86 includes Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Nikola Tesla, John Forbes Nash Jr., Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon, Bea Arthur. Famous personalities featured on this list, include political leaders, artists, composers and journalists and from other domains of life. This list of celebrities who died at 86 includes people from United States, United Kingdom, Germany & France and many more countries.

Nikola TeslaNikola Tesla
Austrian, American
Inventor, Father of Radio

Bea ArthurBea Arthur
American
Actress

Alec GuinnessAlec Guinness
British
Actor

John Forbes Nash Jr.John Forbes Nash Jr.
American
Mathematician

Maya AngelouMaya Angelou
American
Author
James GarnerJames Garner
American
 

Andy GriffithAndy Griffith
American
Actor

Claude MonetClaude Monet
French
Painter

Saeed JaffreySaeed Jaffrey
Indian, British
Actor
Rosemary KennedyRosemary Kennedy
American
John F. Kennedy's Sister

Julius Henry MarkGroucho Marx
American
Comedian
Anthony QuinnAnthony Quinn
Mexican, American
Actor

Paul von HindenburgPaul von Hindenburg
German
General, Second President of Weimar Republic

Sarvepalli RadhakrishnanSarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Indian
Confident, Ambitious
James CagneyJames Cagney
American
Actor, Dancer

Susan B. AnthonySusan B. Anthony
American
Women’s Rights Activist
Tony AccardoTony Accardo
American
Gangster

Roy RogersRoy Rogers
American
King of the Cowboys

Martin HeideggerMartin Heidegger
German
German Philosopher
Franz Joseph I of AustriaFranz Joseph I of Austria
Austrian
Emperor of Austria

Gore VidalGore Vidal
American
 
B. F. SkinnerB. F. Skinner
American
American psychologist

Jimmy DuranteJimmy Durante
American
Actor, Comedian, Singer, Pianist

Jacques ChiracJacques Chirac
French
Former President of France

Georgy MalenkovGeorgy Malenkov
Russian
Politician
Isabel SanfordIsabel Sanford
American
Actress
Deborah Kerr Deborah Kerr
British
Actress

Margaret SangerMargaret Sanger
American
Educator

Jorge Luis BorgesJorge Luis Borges
Argentinian
Poet

Cab CallowayCab Calloway
American
Singer
Sidney LumetSidney Lumet
American
Film Director

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Ivan PavlovIvan Pavlov
Russian
 

Frances BavierFrances Bavier
American
Actress

Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
American
Actor

John D. Rockefeller Jr.John D. Rockefeller Jr.
American
Philanthropist & Businessman
Bud SpencerBud Spencer
Italian
Actor

Camille Saint-SaensCamille Saint-Saëns
French
Composer, Organist, Pianist
Richard ProennekeRichard Proenneke
American
Naturalist

Man RayMan Ray
American
Modernist Artist

Della ReeseDella Reese
American
Singer, Actress
Jomo KenyattaJomo Kenyatta
Kenyan
Former Prime Minister of Kenya

Edd ByrnesEdd Byrnes
American
Actor
Ray WalstonRay Walston
American
Actor & Comedian

Elizabeth Cady StantonElizabeth Cady Stanton
American
Women’s Rights Activist

E. B. WhiteE. B. White
American
 

Walter GropiusWalter Gropius
German, American
Architect

Teresa WrightTeresa Wright
American
Actress
Klemens von MetternichKlemens von Metternich
Austrian, German
Former Chancellor of Germany

Amrita PritamAmrita Pritam
Indian
Writer

Tove JanssonTove Jansson
Finnish
Novelist

Alfred North WhiteheadAlfred North Whitehead
British, American
Mathematician, Philosopher
Jeanette NolanJeanette Nolan
American
Actress

Chief SeattleChief Seattle
American
 
Ida TarbellIda Tarbell
American
Journalist

PolycarpPolycarp
Turkish
Saint

Chiune SugiharaChiune Sugihara
Japanese
Diplomat
Carl OrffCarl Orff
German
Composer

Anna FreudAnna Freud
Austrian
Founder of psychoanalytic child psychology

Alexander GrothendieckAlexander Grothendieck
French
Mathematician

David Paul ScofieldPaul Scofield
British
Actor
Mollie SugdenMollie Sugden
British
Actress

Glen T. SeaborgGlenn T. Seaborg
American
Chemist
Mary Edwards WalkerMary Edwards Walker
American
Surgeon, Feminist, Activist

Otto Heinrich WarburgOtto Heinrich Warburg
German
Physiologist & Physician

Garrett MorganGarrett Morgan
American
Inventor

Louise TracyLouise Tracy
American
Founder of The John Tracy Clinic
Giovanni BelliniGiovanni Bellini
Italian
Renaissance Painter
Ayatollah KhomeiniAyatollah Khomeini
Iranian
Led the Famous Iranian Revolution in 1979

Mervyn LeRoyMervyn LeRoy
American
Film Director and Producer

Ilya PrigogineIlya Prigogine
Belgian
Physical Chemist

Alan CranstonAlan Cranston
American
Former United States Senator
Thomas ClarksonThomas Clarkson
British
Abolitionist

Charles MessierCharles Messier
French
Astronomer

Henry HathawayHenry Hathaway
American
Film Director

Robert FogelRobert Fogel
American
Economist

Edward B. LewisEdward B. Lewis
American
Geneticist
Gillo PontecorvoGillo Pontecorvo
Italian
Film Director

Mary WigmanMary Wigman
German
Dancer, Choreographer
Donald A. GlaserDonald A. Glaser
American
Physicist & Molecular Biologist

Georges Charpak Georges Charpak
French, Polish, Ukrainian
Physicist

Tarsila do AmaralTarsila do Amaral
Brazilian
Artist
Prudence CrandallPrudence Crandall
American
Connecticut's official State Heroine

Neville Cardus Neville Cardus
British
Writer & Critic
Edward Calvin KendallEdward Calvin Kendall
American
Biochemist

John Henninger ReaganJohn Henninger Reagan
American
Former United States Senator from Texas

Frank KingFrank King
American
cartoonist

Frederick Chapman RobbinsFrederick Chapman Robbins
American
Virologist and Paediatrician
Henry FauldsHenry Faulds
British
Scientist

Ricardo PalmaRicardo Palma
Peruvian
Author
Krishna Prasad Bhattarai Krishna Prasad Bhattarai
Nepalese
Former Prime Minister of Nepal

Ignacy DomeykoIgnacy Domeyko
Polish
Geologist
Wilhelm WeberWilhelm Weber
German
Physicst

Henry Graham GreeneHenry Graham Greene
British
Novelist
Karl HerzfeldKarl Herzfeld
Austrian
Physicist