Famous People Who Died At 97

The list of famous people who died at 97 includes John D. Rockefeller, Louis Zamperini, Bertrand Russell, Marc Chagall, John Kenneth Galbraith. Famous personalities featured on this list, include spiritual & religious leaders, mathematicians, political leaders and philosophers and from other domains of life. This list of celebrities who died at 97 includes people from United States, United Kingdom, Italy & Canada and many more countries.

John D. RockefellerJohn D. Rockefeller
American
Businessman
Doris DayDoris Day
American
Film actress

Bertrand RussellBertrand Russell
British, Welsh
Philosopher

Louis ZamperiniLouis Zamperini
American
Prisoner of War Survivor

Elizabeth Schuyler HamiltonElizabeth Schuyler Hamilton
American
Alexander Hamilton's Wife

Joseph BonannoJoseph Bonanno
Italian, American
Gangster
Millvina DeanMillvina Dean
British
Cartographer

Marc ChagallMarc Chagall
Belarusian, French, Russian
Artist

Karl MaldenKarl Malden
American
Actor
Nanette FabrayNanette Fabray
American
Actress

John Kenneth GalbraithJohn Kenneth Galbraith
Canadian
Economist
Lazar KaganovichLazar Kaganovich
Ukrainian, Russian
Politician

Caroline HerschelCaroline Herschel
German
Astronomer

Gordon B. HinckleyGordon B. Hinckley
American
Religious Leader

Mrinalini Sarabhai Mrinalini Sarabhai
Indian
Classical Dancer and Choreographer

Khan Abdul Ghaffar KhanKhan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Pakistani
Political and Spiritual Leader
Theodore HesburghTheodore Hesburgh
American
15th President of the University of Notre Dame

Nicolaas BloembergenNicolaas Bloembergen
American
Physicist

Renato DulbeccoRenato Dulbecco
Italian, American
Virologist

Sir John MillsSir John Mills
British
Actor
Max FabianiMax Fabiani
Italian
Architect

Al LópezAl Lopez
American
Former American Baseball Player
Dora GabeDora Gabe
Bulgarian
Poet

Aleksandr ScriabinAleksandr Scriabin
Russian
Russian Symbolist Composer

Carol ChanningCarol Channing
American
Actress
Bill MacyBill Macy
American
Actor

Art LinkletterArt Linkletter
Canadian, American
Actor, Television presenter, Radio personality
Margaret Chase SmithMargaret Chase Smith
American
Politician

June HavocJune Havoc
Canadian, American
Actress

Leon AskinLeon Askin
Austrian
Screenwriter, Stage actor, Film actor
Joseph WapnerJoseph Wapner
American
Judge

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Lal Shahbaz QalandarLal Shahbaz Qalandar
Pakistani
poet
Bess TrumanBess Truman
American
politician

Léon ThereminLéon Theremin
Russian
Inventor, Engineer, Physicist, Scientist

Qian XuesenQian Xuesen
Astronautical engineer

Raja RaoRaja Rao
Indian
Author, Writer
ErtéErté
French, Russian
Artist
Joaquín RodrigoJoaquín Rodrigo
Spanish
Composer, Choreographer, Pianist, Educationist,

George PólyaGeorge Pólya
American
Mathematician

Huston SmithHuston Smith
Philosopher

Gene SarazenGene Sarazen
American
Golfer
Kenan EvrenKenan Evren
Turkish
Politician

Thomas SumterThomas Sumter
American
General

David EastonDavid Easton
Canadian
Political scientist, University teacher

Pinetop PerkinsPinetop Perkins
American
Jazz Pianist

Walter ScheelWalter Scheel
German
Politician, Military personnel
Patricio AylwinPatricio Aylwin
Chilean
Former President of Chile

Steven RuncimanSteven Runciman
British
Historian
Lindy BoggsLindy Boggs
American
Politician

Raymond SmullyanRaymond Smullyan
American
Mathematician, Pianist, Philosopher, University

Liam CosgraveLiam Cosgrave
Irish
Politician
Edmond HoyleEdmond Hoyle
British
Writer

Mary GilmoreMary Gilmore
Australian
Journalist, Poet, Writer
Lilian Jackson BraunLilian Jackson Braun
American
Novelist

Henri DutilleuxHenri Dutilleux
French
Composer, Musicologist, Film score composer

Clarence BrownClarence Brown
American
Film Director

Jacques HadamardJacques Hadamard
French
Mathematician, Professor

Maurice WilkesMaurice Wilkes
British
Computer scientist, Engineer, Physicist,
Willem Johan KolffWillem Johan Kolff
Physician, Internist, University teacher,

Gabriel OkaraGabriel Okara
Nigerian
Poet

Vincent ScullyVincent Scully
American
Art historian

Ernest HilgardErnest Hilgard
American
Psychologist, University teacher
Peter GeachPeter Geach
Polish, British
Philosopher, University teacher, Philosophy

Christopher FryChristopher Fry
British
Playwright, Screenwriter, Translator, Writer
Roger Nash BaldwinRoger Nash Baldwin
American
Sociologist, Trade unionist

Anna Hyatt HuntingtonAnna Hyatt Huntington
American
Sculptor

Julian RotterJulian Rotter
American
Psychologist, University teacher, Non-fiction
Ion Gheorghe MaurerIon Gheorghe Maurer
Romanian
Politician

Harold JeffreysHarold Jeffreys
British
Mathematical statistician
Leo SternbachLeo Sternbach
Croatian, Polish
Chemist

Charles Stewart MottCharles Stewart Mott
American
Businessman

Santiago CarrilloSantiago Carrillo
Spanish
Politician
Julien GreenJulien Green
French, American
Writer

Edmund Morgan (historian)Edmund Morgan (historian)
American
Historian
Peter AbrahamsPeter Abrahams
South African
Novelist

William Montgomery WattWilliam Montgomery Watt
Scottish
 

John Neville KeynesJohn Neville Keynes
British
Economist

Stanley KauffmannStanley Kauffmann
American
Writer, Journalist
George WhippleGeorge Whipple
American
Physician
Béla KirályBéla Király
Hungarian
Army officer

Helene DeutschHelene Deutsch
Polish, American
Psychologist, Psychiatrist

Raymond AubracRaymond Aubrac
French
Civil Engineer

Julien GracqJulien Gracq
French
Writer
Muhammad Mahdi al-JawahiriMuhammad Mahdi al-Jawahiri
Iraqi
Poet

Johnny KelleyJohnny Kelley
American
Runner

Marcus KlingbergMarcus Klingberg
Israeli
epidemiologist, university teacher, spy, officer

Carol RamaCarol Rama
Italian
Painter

Johnnie CarrJohnnie Carr
American
Civil rights activists
Lucia dos SantosLucia dos Santos
Portuguese
Nun

Paul Henry NitzePaul Henry Nitze
American
Military strategist
Hovhannes TcholakianHovhannes Tcholakian
Turkish
Priest

Innocent LotockyInnocent Lotocky
Ukrainian, American
Priest
John MooresJohn Moores
British
Businessman
Michael Pearse LaceyMichael Pearse Lacey
Canadian
Catholic priest