Famous People Who Died At 88

The list of famous people who died at 88 includes Charlie Chaplin, Harry S. Truman, Michelangelo, Edmund Hillary, Aurangzeb. Famous personalities featured on this list, include political leaders, poets, artists and actors and from other domains of life. This list of celebrities who died at 88 includes people from United States, United Kingdom, Germany & France and many more countries.

Harry S. TrumanHarry S. Truman
American
33rd President of the United States

Ram DassRam Dass
American
Spiritual Teacher

AurangzebAurangzeb
Indian
Mughal Emperor

MichelangeloMichelangelo
Italian
Sculptor

Fred AstaireFred Astaire
American
Dancer
Toni MorrisonToni Morrison
American
Novelist

Robert FrostRobert Frost
American
Poet

Bhumibol AdulyadejBhumibol Adulyadej
Thai, American
Former King of Thailand
Akira KurosawaAkira Kurosawa
Japanese
Filmmaker

William Randolph HearstWilliam Randolph Hearst
American
Newspaper Baron
L. S. LowryL. S. Lowry
British
Artist

ChanakyaChanakya
Indian
Philosopher

Edmund HillaryEdmund Hillary
New Zealander
First person to climb Mt. Everest

Omar N BradleyOmar Bradley
American
Former U. S. Army General

Tony BennTony Benn
British
Former British Politician
George W. RomneyGeorge W. Romney
American
43rd Governor of Michigan

James BestJames Best
American
Actor

Ruth GordonRuth Gordon
American
Actress

Milton S. HersheyMilton S. Hershey
American
Confectioner & Philanthropist
Katsushika HokusaiKatsushika Hokusai
Japanese
Artist

Ann B. DavisAnn B. Davis
American
Actress

TitianTitian
Italian
Painter

Cliff RobertsonCliff Robertson
American
Actor
Bill BowermanBill Bowerman
American
Co-founder of Nike, Inc.

Matthew HensonMatthew Henson
American
First African-American to explore the North Pole
Francis CrickFrancis Crick
British
Co-discoverer of the Structure of the DNA

Francis GaltonFrancis Galton
British
Polymath

M. S. SubbulakshmiM. S. Subbulakshmi
Indian
Carnatic Musician
Jackie CooperJackie Cooper
American
Actor

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Ian SmithIan Smith
Zimbabwean
Former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe
Amos Bronson AlcottAmos Bronson Alcott
American
Teacher and Educator

Denis ThatcherDenis Thatcher
British
Husband of Margaret Thatcher

Ian PaisleyIan Paisley
Irish
Politician

George SantayanaGeorge Santayana
Spanish, Italian
Philosopher, Essayist, Poet, & Novelist
Miklós HorthyMiklós Horthy
Hungarian
Military Leader
Shelby FooteShelby Foote
American
Writer

Wilhelm WundtWilhelm Wundt
German
Philosopher

Marie TussaudMarie Tussaud
Swiss, French
Artist

Sylvia SidneySylvia Sidney
American
Actress
Kurt WaldheimKurt Waldheim
Austrian
Former President of Austria & UN Secretary General

Henry MooreHenry Moore
British
 

Sir Isaiah BerlinIsaiah Berlin
British
Philosopher

Cy YoungCy Young
American
 

Abdul Sattar EdhiAbdul Sattar Edhi
Pakistani
Philanthropist
Samuel HahnemannSamuel Hahnemann
German
Founder of Homeopathy

Kliment VoroshilovKliment Voroshilov
Russian
Military Officer
Galina UlanovaGalina Ulanova
Russian
Ballet Dancer, Choreographer

King VidorKing Vidor
American
Film Director and Producer

Isaac Bashevis SingerIsaac Bashevis Singer
Polish, American
Writer
Caspar WeinbergerCaspar Weinberger
American
Politician

Robert M. PirsigRobert M. Pirsig
American
Writer, Philosopher
Billie Mae RichardsBillie Mae Richards
Canadian
Voice Actress

James OglethorpeJames Oglethorpe
British
Founder of the colony of Georgia

Paul BowlesPaul Bowles
American
Writer, Music Composer

Carrie Chapman CattCarrie Chapman Catt
American
Women’s Rights Activists

Bernard Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of AlameinBernard Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein
British
Allied Commander in World War II
C. L. R. JamesC. L. R. James
Trinidadian, British
Journalist, Writer, Historian, Theorist, Socialist

Gunnar MyrdalGunnar Myrdal
Swedish
Economist

Wisława SzymborskaWisława Szymborska
Polish
Nobel Laureate in Literature

Piri ReisPiri Reis
Turkish
Ottoman Admiral, Geographer, Cartographer.
Robert BunsenRobert Bunsen
German
Chemist

Agnes de MilleAgnes de Mille
American
American dancer and choreographer
John VennJohn Venn
British
Mathematician

Jacques VergèsJacques Vergès
French
Lawyer

Severo OchoaSevero Ochoa
Spanish
Physician and Biochemist
William GlasserWilliam Glasser
American
Developer of reality therapy and choice theory

Anna HarrisonAnna Harrison
American
Former First Lady of America
John Franklin EndersJohn Franklin Enders
American
The Father of Modern Vaccines

René CassinRené Cassin
French
French Jurist

Leo RostenLeo Rosten
American
American humorist
Gustav Ludwig HertzGustav Ludwig Hertz
German
Physicists

James MeadeJames Meade
British
Economist
Elisabeth Bergner Elisabeth Bergner
British
Actress

Ernst Otto FischerErnst Otto Fischer
German
Chemist

Konrad BlochKonrad Emil Bloch
German, Polish, American
Biochemist

Arthur KeithArthur Keith
Welsh
Father of Modern Nationalism
Paul BernaysPaul Bernays
Swiss
Mathematician
Anna Katherine GreenAnna Katharine Green
American
Detective Fiction Writer

Sune BergströmSune Bergström
Swedish
Biochemist

David OgilvyDavid Ogilvy
French, British
Businessman

Paul TournierPaul Tournier
Swiss
Physician
Robert Robinson Robert Robinson
British
Scientist

Alfred Day HersheyAlfred Day Hershey
American
Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine

Georges ClemenceauGeorges Clémenceau
French
Former French Prime Minister

James ArnessJames Arness
American
actor, television actor, film actor
Dev AnandDev Anand
Indian, Pakistani
Actor

Ricardo MontalbánRicardo Montalbán
Mexican
Television actor, Film actor, Character actor,
Perry ComoPerry Como
American
Singer

Blake EdwardsBlake Edwards
American
American filmmaker
June AllysonJune Allyson
American
Actress
Eunice Kennedy ShriverEunice Kennedy Shriver
American
Political Activists